Can IV Therapy Boost Libido?

Stress, “comfort” food, and skipping out on workout routines can all combine to deplete your tissues of the vitality they need to function at their peak. And yes, those tissues, too.

If you and your mate aren’t feeling very well-mated these days, you may need to jumpstart your libidos with intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy. At Men's T Clinic®, we offer various IV therapies which are currently only available at our office in Cypress, Texas.

Is an IV libido boost what you and yours need to get back on track, sex-wise? Read on to find out.

Send nutrients where they’re needed most

Sure, you could spend your day researching vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that stimulate libido in men or women. Then devote more hours tracking down the highest quality versions of said nutrients, ordering them, waiting for them, and eventually downing them.

The problem with oral vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients, though, is that they have to get broken down by your gastrointestinal (GI) tract before they start to have an effect. And, just as you might suspect, the GI tract isn’t the most efficient delivery system for nutrients. In fact, not all of the vitamins you swallowed will make it into your bloodstream.

In the 1960s, a physician named John Myers, MD, realized that administering vitamins and nutrients directly into the bloodstream was a more efficient way to hydrate and revitalize our bodies. Through experimenting first on animals and later on humans, he devised an IV infusion therapy, known as the Myers’ cocktail.

How IV nutrients stimulate your privates

OK. So the nutrients go into your bloodstream. How’s that going to affect your libido? After all, getting stuck with needles and sitting for an hour or so side-by-side as the nutrients enter the bloodstream doesn’t sound very sexy.

Since Dr. Myers’ original cocktail, practitioners have developed a number of IV formulations based on the type of effect you want. 

Here at Men’s T Clinic®, we offer IV therapy for:

While any of our IV formulations benefit you and your partner, the libido boost contains nutrients that dilate your blood vessels and stimulate blood flow. And guess what happens when you have an erection or when a woman becomes aroused? Your blood vessels dilate and your blood flow increases.

Special ingredients just for, you know

Our libido boost is filled with the nutrients you and your partner need to feel sexy again. In addition to a variety of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, they contain:

Carnitine

Carnitine, derived from meat, transports long-chain fatty acids to power your mitochondria, the “batteries” in your cells.

Taurine

Taurine is an amino sulfonic acid that boosts energy and athletic performance (hmm!).

B12 and B complex

Vitamin B12 helps your body produce more red blood cells. The other B vitamins help your body produce more energy and also aid in metabolism and cellular repair.

Tri-amino

Tri-amino is a special combination of amino acids that boosts your body’s production of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is a vasodilator. Guess what Viagra® does? That’s right, it boosts nitric oxide and dilates your blood vessels.

L-arginine

L-arginine is yet another vasodilator. 

Turned on yet? Don’t worry. You will be soon. 

Feel energized, enlivened, and sexy again by booking an IV therapy session. Contact our Men’s T Clinic® office in Cypress, Texas, by phone or through the online booking form. We offer discounts for couples.

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