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Pomegranate: a natural ally for boosting your libido

Discover the fascinating results of a study by Queen Margaret University [1] in Edinburgh: pomegranate juice, when consumed daily, offers benefits not only for vitality, but also for the sexual mechanism, in both men and women! Immerse yourself in the exciting discoveries that could boost your health and your intimate life.


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As well as improving vitality, pomegranate plays a crucial role in the sexual mechanism, promoting vasodilation and offering benefits for both men and women!


What is vasodilation?


Vasodilatation is the dilation of blood vessels, i.e. an increase in the diameter of blood vessels by relaxing the muscles that make up their walls. This also leads to an increase in blood flow. These muscles relax in response to a stimulus, which may be the secretion of a chemical substance or information from the nervous system. When a substance induces vasodilation, it is called a vasodilator.


Pomegranate, a natural vasodilator to boost your libido:


Pomegranate is obviously a vasodilator, and a natural one at that!


Pomegranates contain antioxidant polyphenols, including anthocyanins, which are the most effective phenolic compounds for inducing vasodilation. [2] To be more precise, the vasodilatory effect of polyphenols is due to the production of nitric oxide.


How can pomegranate, as a natural stimulant, make your Valentine's Day special?


The question is why this phenomenon of vasodilation is an important part of the sexual mechanism. One explanation is the increased blood flow to the genitals and its effects.


The effects of vasodilation on our sexual mechanism:


  • The phenomenon of increased blood flow to the genitals will have a beneficial effect on erections in men. [3]

  • The antioxidants present in pomegranates help protect cells from oxidative damage, which can help maintain healthy genital tissue and prevent problems such as vaginal dryness or infections, and will therefore improve lubrication in women during intercourse.

  • This increased flow of blood to the genitals will stimulate the sensitive nerves in the genitals, leading to more intense and prolonged sensations.

  • Beneficial effect on oxidative stress: Studies have shown that drinking pomegranate juice has a beneficial effect on oxidative stress. [4] So you can have a stress-free Valentine's Day and keep your libido at its peak!


In conclusion, the pomegranate is much more than just an exotic fruit; it's a real ally for a memorable and passionate Valentine's Day. Acting as a natural vasodilator, pomegranates encourage blood flow to the genitals, stimulating libido and improving erectile function in men, while promoting lubrication in women. What's more, the powerful antioxidants found in this exotic fruit protect genital cells from oxidative damage, contributing to optimal sexual health. By adding pomegranate to your Valentine's Day menu, you can be sure of a fiery, stress-free celebration where love and passion flow freely, rekindling the flame in your relationship.


On our website, you will find a range of culinary aids such as Granaline organic pomegranate concentrate or Granaline organic pomegranate vinegar to add to your Valentine's Day meal. And why not accompany your meal with our pure Granaline organic pomegranate juice!



Warning: Under no circumstances can the information and advice offered on the Granaline.be site be used as a substitute for a consultation or diagnosis by a doctor or health professional, the only people who can properly assess your state of health.


References:
[2] S Martin, R Andriantsitohaina, Mécanismes de la protection cardiaque et vasculaire des polyphénols au niveau de l’endothélium, Annales de Cardiologie et d'Angéiologie, Volume 51, Issue 6, 2002, Pages 304-315, ISSN 0003-3928,https://reader.elsevier.com/reader/sd/pii/S0003392802001385?token=B465614A2177F82189BB5F68766DE7EC70D58E8A2B1AA36D3B5D3064924D10A0E1C6B688F0B2D393C5D9AB1EC0E9E822&originRegion=eu-west-1&originCreation=20230208101222
Kirsten Jordan, PhD, Peter Fromberger, MSc, Georg Stolpmann, MD, Jürgen Leo Müller, MD, The Role of Testosterone in Sexuality and Paraphilia—A Neurobiological Approach. Part I: Testosterone and Sexuality, The Journal of Sexual Medicine, Volume 8, Issue 11, November 2011, Pages 2993–3007, https://academic.oup.com/jsm/article/8/11/2993/6966878
Emad Al-Dujaili & Nacer Smail, La consommation de jus de grenade augmente les niveaux de testostérone salivaire et améliore l’humeur et le bien-être chez les hommes et les femmes en bonne santé, Endocrine Abstracts, 2012, Volume 28, P313 https://www.endocrine-abstracts.org/ea/0028/ea0028p313?crsi=662497590&cicada_org_src=healthwebmagazine.com&cicada_org_mdm=direct
Mohsen Ghaleb Al-Mutary, Gasem Mohammad Abu-Taweel, Effects of pomegranate juice on the sexual behavior, fertility and protective activity against aluminum exposure in male mice, Journal of King Saud University - Science, Volume 32, Issue 6, 2020, Pages 2688-2695, ISSN 1018-3647
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