You Need Maca In Your Man’s Diet For More (and Sexier) Bedroom Time
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You Need Maca In Your Man’s Diet For More (and Sexier) Bedroom Time


How much sex is normal for a couple?

The normal amount of sex a couple in their 20s to 30s will have is once to twice per week. As we get older, it is more common to have sex once a week. But let’s say you don’t want to be average, you want it three to four times a week, what’s a woman to do? Well, the good news is you have options and one of those options is a good men’s multi-vitamin that will enhance your man’s libido. A vitamin that focuses on a man’s sexual health might include ingredients like Forskolin, Maca, and Fenugreek Seed



In this article, we’re going to talk about Maca...and how it encourages more bedroom time if you know what we mean


What affects a man’s libido?

We have some good news. Your man is going to maintain some degree of sexual interest until he’s Hugh Hefner’s age (60 to 70 years old). The reality is how much sexual interests he has can be impacted by several things. The Mayo Clinic lists “depression, stress, alcoholism, illicit drug use, and fatigue,” as determinants of your man’s sex drive. Encourage your partner to speak with his health care provider if he’s experiencing any of these symptoms. Talking about the under-laying causes could be easier for him than discussing sexual dysfunction right off the bat. 

For example, sleep apnea directly links to low testosterone, so having your partner speak with their doctor about chronic fatigue could reverse the effects of low sexual desire. 

For men in their 20s, another factor could be at play. Anxiety about sexual performance could lower their desire to take a tumble in the bed. Web MD reports that 8% of men in their 20s experience erectile dysfunction. 


What Is Maca?

Maca, also known as Peruvian Ginseng, has experienced growing popularity within the global wellness community since the 90s but has been used for centuries. The benefits of maca are many. In a research article recounting maca’s ethnobiology (how humans use living things) and ethnopharmacology (how people derive medicines from plants,) researcher Gustavo F. Gonzales takes us into the medicinal world of maca. Gonzales has 45 articles on Maca alone, published on the National Library of Medicine’s We think he’s kind of an expert at this point. 

Here are some benefits Gonzales says experimental scientific evidence has shown for maca medicinal use: 

  • Maca use increased fertility in both men and women. 
  • Maca has energizing properties. 
  • Maca increased sperm count and mobility. 
  • Maca shows potential as an adaptogen
  • Ultra-violet radiation skin protection with topical use of Maca. 
  • Maca showed promise for improved memory and learning
  • Maca could help with sexual dysfunction. 


It’s important to note that using maca to become more frisky will take about 42 days. A study found that after six weeks of ingestion, maca improved sexual desire. For all its known benefits we had to include it in Thrive, our new Men’s Multi-Vitamin. Maca enhances libido and sexual function while supporting prostate health and supercharging sports performance and energy.