having masculine, especially sexual, vigor and strength; procreative power, Knowing that when you want to perform, you can perform.
First millennium Cave Man didn't live long enough to get Type 2 diabetes and erectile dysfunction (ED). He might have averaged just 40 winters around the camp fire with his Cave Men clan, but they were four action packed decades, hunting, (arrow) shooting and fishing. No confusion about What Women Really Want or dreams of What Could Be if he didn't feel so damned tired.
Sexual Power From Nature
For ancient people, sexual power is fertility. It's reproduction. You want your animals to reproduce, your fields to reproduce, and your people to reproduce.
So when Adam's descendants needed to boost their virility, they watched what happened in nature around them. Stalking wild stallions for food long before he climbed on their backs and tamed them. Millennial man saw the most sexually active animals were also the ones who grazed most heavily on Avena Sativa – Wild Oats. Soon he too was “sowing his own wild oats”.
From those days to these, high or low born men of all ages have sought enhanced sexual virility, and found it in the fruits and plants around them. As an ancient Greek noted, Man does not love to eat, he eats to love.
The Sexual Secrets of Randy Romans
Tunic clad Greeks and turbaned Indians were eating puncture vine (Tribulus Terrestris) to increase sexual potency about the same time the Biblical Jacob's wives Rachel and Leah were brawling over the mandrake root they believed would help them to produce sons. (Rumor has it Cuban Grandpapa of the revolution Fidel Castro still uses mandrake.)
When the sex obsessed Romans and Greeks weren't waging war and inventing indoor plumbing, they supported a flourishing bathhouse sex industry and bought an amazing array of love potions. They too looked for their aphrodisiacs from plants, herbs and the Greeks. Doubtless included in their concoctions were the herbs which have become a mainstay - wild oats, tribulus terrestris and horny goat weed - a herb discovered when a Chinese goat herder noticed the flock's frisky sexual behavior after his animals grazed on a particular wild plant.
Hundreds of years later London apothecaries were prescribing Horny Goat Weed to lusty Elizabethans.
A Man Needs His Mates
Even before the Emperor Caligula gave orgies a bad name, sexual virility had come to mean something more sophisticated than a rude ability in bed.
A real man also had self awareness and cunning intelligence, the ability to speak and make war with equal vigor. Mateship flourished in an influential network of guilds, military units, family firms, businesses, universities and men's clubs.
For the next thousand years, through to the early 20th century, man to man relationships were what counted. Women were something to fight over, not talk to. Men proved themselves in intense rivalry with other blokes, winner takes all. A man's main duty was to bear sons – Henry VIII's wives learnt this the hard way – so they could leave someone to inherit.
Sexual Herbs for Modern Men
The traditional herbs that lusty monarchs used to enhance virility have been researched and refined by modern science so today's man can enjoy quality controlled extracts of concentrated active ingredients.
If anyone tells you that a declining sex drive is something that you just have to put up with as you get older – they're wrong. Many of the active ingredients in traditional sex boosters have been investigated to work out just what it is in the herb which gives the good results.
Thousands of men and women are discovering the benefits of natural supplements like tribulus terrestris, horny goat weed, maca, muira puama, and ginseng.
However do not expect these natural products to work as quickly as pharmaceuticals, Natural sex boosters work a little slower, and while they may take a few days to work, they often provide additional benefits such as boosting libido and enhancing sensations.