Herbal Remedy Female Enhancement Review
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LAST UPDATED: January 2019.
Author: Ben is a rugby player, Army Reserve soldier and keen gym enthusiast while dabbling in a bit of cycling and skiing.
He established this site in 2015 to provide a free resource for those interested in fitness. It has now become a full time commitment.
Prior to this he graduated in 2005 with a bachelors degree and worked within commercial property for over a decade.
Can Female Enhancement increase testosterone for women?
There are three sex hormones that women have circulating their body.
Of the three, there is testosterone, often mistaken for being a male only hormone.
Testosterone also has similar roles in women as it does in men.
Therefore, it can help with the development of muscle and bones, it also has an effect on vitality, or well being.
Importantly, the production of estrogen is made possible by testosterone.
So, women have testosterone, and, just like men, their levels also deplete over time.
So much so, that when a women hits her 40’s, it is not unreasonable to consider that her testosterone levels are half of that in her 20’s. 
A rise in natural testosterone can increase libido , sexual thoughts but also reduce fat levels and increase muscle tone.
This is all without making you look bulky or like a man.
“…research studies indicate that many women reporting low sexual function (loss of libido or sexual desire)…” 
Who are Herbal Remedy?
I cannot find any information regarding Herbal Remedy online. I cannot even see a Facebook page.
This begs many questions.
What Are the claims for Female Enhancement?
Nutra Mina claim that their testosterone booster called Alpha Male can do the following:
- Increased sex drive
- More orgasms
- Improved sexual performance
May reduce stress
Improve cognitive performance
Lack of proven ingredients
Can be dangerous
Ingredients: A look at the evidence
So, let’s list through each ingredient and look at the associated studies:
– Tribulus Terrestris
The many tests on Tribulus have found no increases in testosterone levels.
It has failed to increase natural testosterone levels. Research shows that it does not increase physical performance.
Studies regarding sexual desire have drawn no definite conclusions that tribulus can improve sexual desire in women.
It can also be dangerous for women to use.
   
– Tongkat Ali
Tongkat Ali does not increase testosterone or help stimulate more testosterone secretion.
However, it can reduce everyday stress related to diet, excessive exercise and other factors.
Studies have demonstrated that it is stress which can lower natural testosterone levels.
– Ginseng Root
Studies have shown that Panax Ginseng can increase mental and physical work capacity. 
– Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica)
A legendary plant in China and Indonesia that as been used for many ailments, however, nothing to do with raising testosterone levels. 
Ginkgo appears to help some people with cognitive function and memory speed. But this is not across the board.
Overall results are mixed. 
How To Take Female Enhancement
You are to take four capsules per day.
The recommendation is to take two at once.
We would advise that it is better to spread the dose out over the course of the day.
This ensures our body has a constant supply of nutrients to work with.
This will prevent peaks and troughs.
If you supply your body with lots of the same nutrients at once it will pass what is not required.
Thus, a higher chance of waste and less benefits.
It is better to have a continued trickle effect.
A daily dose is 2000mg per two caps.
This dose is a third less than what you would find in the best natural testosterone boosters which will consist of around 3000mg or more.
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Yes, unfortunately this offers very limited benefits.
There’s only two beneficial ingredients according to the studies.
That means just Ginseng and TongKat Ali will work.
Ginseng will help increase cognitive and physical performance and TongKat Ali will reduce stress.
Too many uncertainties.
Research suggests that tribulus can have a negative impact on fetal development if you are pregnant. 
You should also avoid taking tribulus supplements if you are breast feeding.
Tribulus may also alter blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Be sure to notify a medical specialist if you take tribulus.
We are not made aware which ginseng is included. Panax ginseng can be beneficial but other forms are not as beneficial.
Gotu Kola and Ginkgo just have very little clear evidence that they can increase testosterone or bring any positive effects.
Unwanted Side Effects
There’s a few unwanted side effects you should be aware of.
Tribulus may lower blood sugar levels. This could cause health problems for people who suffer from diabetes.
Tribulus may cause fetal development issues and could be harmful to woman who are breast feeding.
There is only one testimonial on Amazon. This is probably due to their lack of presence online…
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What Improvements Could Be Made?
There are plenty of other proven and effective nutrients available that can increase testosterone stimulation for both men and women.
These are all safe and have supporting evidence of their effectiveness.
Look at the ingredients listed below which would be of benefit:
Some of these proven ingredients are included in the best testosterone boosters such as TestoFuel.
Female Enhancement Conclusion
There’s little benefit taking this.
With just two useful ingredients this testosterone booster from women seems to offer no, to very little positive effects.
Too many of these ingredients have a lack of scientific studies to bolster any claims.
The dose is no high and it does not include many other ingredients that are proven to help improve testosterone levels for men and women.
Any final words for this review..?
Herbal Remedy are not offering a viable option.
 Rogerson S, et al. The effect of five weeks of Tribulus terrestris supplementation on muscle strength and body composition during preseason training in elite rugby league players. J Strength Cond Res. (2007)
Ben established this site to be a free resource in 2015. Since then it has gained over half a million visits. It explores the many avenues of fitness and uses supporting scientific evidence for any reviews or analysis of products.
Ben himself has been interested in fitness from an early age. He started playing rugby at the age of 6 for his town, county and school where he gained his full colors while also being in the Army Cadets. After graduating from university in 2005 with a BA(Hons) Ben moved to London and nurtured his love for weightlifting to support his rugby, he also became heavily involved with cycling. Ben also started skiing and recently joined the Army Reserve to further develop his capabilities.