Triple Play Supplement – Natural Extracts with Aphrodisiac Effects
Triple Play is an aphrodisiac supplement containing extracts of bois bandé (Richeria grandis), muira puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides) and catuaba (Erythroxylum catuaba). In liquid form, our elixir helps pre- and post-menopausal women in particular to maintain good sexual relations (1).
What’s behind Triple Play’s benefits?
Aphrodisiac elixirs are usually created in the form of a complex blend of plants added to each other in line with their respective properties. Traditionally, in keeping with an ancient rule for the preparation of remedies, herbalists believed that potions with positive effects were governed by the number 3. Triple Play is no exception to this rule with its blend of three synergistic plants.
- Richeria grandis, bois bandé.
Bois bandé, or ‘hard wood’, grows in the forests of Brazil and the West Indies. The bark of bois bandé features in several traditional West Indian aphrodisiac drinks (2).
- Erythroxylum catuaba, catuaba
The first to discover its properties, the indigenous Brazilian Tupi have used catuaba for generations for both male and female needs. In Brazil, catuaba is regarded as an extremely effective plant with well-proven benefits.
- Ptychopetalum olacoides, muira puama
Muira puama is a Brazilian bush, long used in popular South American medicine (particularly by the Tupi) as an aphrodisiac and sex tonic to help maintain good sexual relations. Its effects come from its content of specific alkaloids, tannins, phytosterols and sesquiterpenes.
Who is Triple Play for?
Triple Play is aimed at anyone who wants to rekindle the flame of desire, especially women, and in particular:
- women who rarely reach orgasm;
- women who have largely stopped having sexual thoughts, who lack erotic imagination;
- men and women who have lost interest in sex;
- men and women who feel apprehensive about, or get stressed by sex (anxiety).
Obviously, this only applies when these symptoms are not related to a disease or to the ingestion of toxic substances.
Why does female sexual desire decline around the menopause?
The menopause is accompanied by a fall in oestrogen production, leading to a lack of libido in some women, and in particular, vaginal dryness which can make sex less enjoyable and, in turn, produce an indirect decrease in desire
How should you take Triple Play?
Using the measuring cap provided, we recommend taking 5ml in a glass of water, morning, noon and night.
Women can combine this supplement with our
For men who suffer from erectile problems, it can be combined with Prosexstim, a
em>natural stimulant. For greater relaxation and well-being, a better combination choice would be Super Ashwagandha, an
em>Ayurvedic extract of Withania somnifera.