Fenugreek DOES have a positive effect on libido – it’s official!!!

I promised to update you all on my experiments with fenugreek and luscious libido, but have been reluctant to commit it to print. This is because while I genuinely think it makes a difference – and so do some of my readers – I’m on other sprouts too so how can I be sure it’s just the fenugreek alone giving me that extra zing? Luckily a new study has answered that for me. Published in Climeratic magazine, it looked at all the studies that have ever been on plant hormones and libido. (1)
They found that plant oestrogen isolated from fenugreek, macca, fennel and pine bark significantly improved sexual function which is wonderful. But only one had a positive effects on libido and that was fenugreek!
So it’s not my imagination. I don’t have to come off my other sprouts to find that out.
What makes fenugreek and its sprouts stand out from the crowd, is that it’s jam packed with ALL the different kinds of plant hormones. (2,3) Plus fenugreek also has a host of minerals such as iron and zinc, as well as high amounts of vitamin C and other trace elements. These all nudge us towards health, wellbeing and libidinousness. No wonder it was used in Greek and Roman times, as well as in Ayurvedic medicine as an aphrodisiac. Right now it’s very popular in Hastings as I am getting all my friends to try it!
Test it for yourself NOW. It’s very easy to sprout some today. Your first batch will be ready in a week. It packs a powerful hormonal punch which means it’s not suitable for pregnant or lactating women. But for the rest of us, we have nothing to lose. It’s natural, it’s safe and it might well save your marriage.


[1] Najaf Najafi M, Ghazanfarpour.  Effect of phytoestrogens on sexual function in menopausal women: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Climacteric. 2018 Aug

[2] Tucci M and Benghuzzi H. Structural changes in the kidney associated with ovariectomy and diosgenin replacement therapy in adult female rats. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2003

[3] Arch Physiol Biochem. 2010 Jul;116(3):146-55. doi: 10.3109/13813455.2010.486405. Potential protective effect on key steroidogenesis and metabolic enzymes and sperm abnormalities by fenugreek steroids in testis and epididymis of surviving diabetic rats. Hamden K1, Jaouadi B, Carreau S, Aouidet A, El-Fazaa S, Gharbi N, Elfeki A.