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Women, Give Your Sexual Health the Attention It Deserves

  • As part of a healthy lifestyle, Sensuvive safely adds daily nutrition to support a diet optimal for women’s sexual health
  • Sensuvive contains a proprietary blend of natural vitamins, minerals, and herbs to support your healthy sexual lifestyle choices
  • Dr. Lynn Edlen-Nezin, a clinical health psychologist, believes that diet and exercise can improve women’s sexual health

Nothing is more important than making the right decision when it comes down to YOUR health and quality of life.

Sensuvive can provide increased sexual drive and desire

Get between the sheets
with Sensuvive™.

Sexual frustration is more common among women than you might think - in fact, a staggering 35% of women have reported some degree of sexual difficulty in the last two months.

And because your healthy sex life hinges on so many factors, ranging from stress to pregnancy to menopause, it's no wonder you might consider yourself one of these women.

Common signs of an ailing libido include:

  • Pain during sex
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Loss of interest or desire for sex
  • Difficulty achieving orgasm
  • Decreased frequency of sex
Sensuvive can provide support for uterine and urinary tract health & function

Couples Who "Play" Together, Stay Together!

Relationship counselors and medical doctors agree your healthy sex life is a vital part of your overall physical and emotional well-being. Unfortunately, many women are shy or feel embarrassed about saying anything when their natural desires for sex diminish.

Lou Paget, author of the bestselling book “The Great Lover’s Playbook” believes if women take care of their body, have a healthier sex life. “From a psychological standpoint, if you take care of your body by eating well, you’ll have a better attitude about sharing it. You’ll be more open to sensations and experiences.”

Let your guard down . . . and your hair down, too!

Proactive Lifestyle Choices

Eat healthy foods. One of the key ingredients to a healthy sex life is eat a lot of foods rich in antioxidants. Some of these foods include tomatoes, red peppers, spinach, broccoli, and berries.

Have a daily dose of chocolate. Chocolate (in small quantities) is good for you in many ways! It’s rich in antioxidants as well. And in a study conducted by the Journal of Sexual medicine, those who consumed at least one cube of chocolate per day reported an increase in sexual desire.

Incorporate Omega-3 Fatty Acids into your diet. These can be found either through fish or nuts, such as almonds and walnuts.

Make time to exercise. Chemically, exercise benefits us greatly. After a workout, our body releases endorphin, which stimulate sex hormones. On top of that, those that exercise experience a more positive self-image. And when you feel good on the inside and out that can affect your sexual performance.

What are "good manufacturing practices"?

Good manufacturing practices, or GMPs, are strict, detailed procedures used to ensure quality manufacturing processes of products for human consumption, such as drugs, dietary supplements and food.

Why are they important?

GMPs put in place systems to help prevent product contamination, inconsistency from batch-to-batch, unsanitary manufacturing, errors in product labeling, and an enormous range of other important production activities that can affect human health. If problems do arise, they can be tracked, identified, and solved quickly, through GMP-mandated documentation for all processes, from production of raw ingredients to distribution of final product.

Supplement Facts

Sage leaf 4:1 extract (Salvia officinalis)

Also known as Salvia officinalis, common sage, garden sage, kitchen sage

Sage is a perennial evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean region and can be found in most kitchens throughout the world, with over 500 varieties available to choose from. The Latin name for sage, salvia means "to heal". Sage has been used throughout history as a healing plant for a variety of issues.

Sage has estrogen-simulating properties and may improve menopausal symptoms including night sweats, hot flashes, mood swings and discomfort. Studies have shown sage to play a role in mood improvements while reducing anxiety and increasing alertness, improving memory retention, and acting as an anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial.

Red raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus)

Also known as Rubus idaeus

Red raspberry is a perennial whose leaf has many medical uses due to its rich content in vitamins, minerals, and tannins. Red raspberry leaf contains large amounts of vitamins A, C, E and some B complex vitamins, as well as potassium, phosphorus and calcium.

Red raspberry leaf acts as an antioxidant and antimicrobial and has been used in the past for cardiovascular support, and to help with GI tract disorders, influenza, diabetes and childbirth.

Red raspberry leaf has typically been used in births because it aids in contracting the smooth muscle of the uterine wall, which also occurs with uterine and circumvaginal muscle contractions during the female orgasm.

Bayberry bark (Morella cerifera)

Also known as wax myrtle, waxberry and candleberry

Bayberry is both a shrub and a tree found all over the world, though the species indigenous to the United States is most often regarded by herbalists. The bark contains starch, lignin, gum, albumen, tannic and gallic acids, astringent resin, a vaporous oil and an acid similar to saponin.

Bayberry bark has traditionally been classified as an astringent and used as a circulatory stimulant, as well as a diaphoretic (an agent which dilates superficial capillaries). It is known as a natural antibiotic and has been used in combination with other herbs to support normal vaginal yeast levels.

Cayenne pepper (Capsicum annuum)

Also known as guinea pepper and bird pepper

Cayenne pepper is known around the world for its spicy flavoring in culinary dishes, but also has a long history in medicinal uses. The active ingredient in cayenne, capsaicin, has traditionally been used orally for excessive blood clotting, malaria, heart disease prevention and poor circulation.

Studies have found that adrenaline release is accelerated by the presence of capsaicin as well as vasodilation (widening of blood vessels) in the cutaneous tissue. Increased blood flow enhances the circulation of nutrients while increasing toxin removal from the body. Cayenne's anti-inflammatory effects may help with headaches.

Damiana leaf (Tumera diffusa)

Also known as tunera diffusa

Damiana is a small aromatic flower-producing shrub native to Central and South America. It has been traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. Spanish missionaries first recorded that natives drank damiana tea mixed with sugar for its ability to enhance lovemaking. Damiana is currently used to help with headaches, depression and constipation.

Damiana is a valuable addition to Sensuvive™ due to its aphrodisiac nature. Damiana may also help to relieve discomfort by blocking pain signals through the release of neurotransmitters, as well as improving overall mood.

Ginger root (Zingiber officinale)

Also known as Zingiber officinale, African ginger, Jamaican ginger

Ginger has been used as medicine in Asian, Indian and Arabic herbal traditions since ancient times. The use of ginger as a culinary spice spans at least 4,400 years and continues to be valued around the world for its flavor in cooking. In China ginger has been used to aid digestion and treat stomach upset, diarrhea and nausea for more than 2,000 years!

Ginger is an anti-inflammatory that contains active components thought to be volatile oils and pungent phenol compounds such as gingerols and shogaols. Ginger has traditionally been used to help alleviate arthritis, colic, diarrhea and heart conditions. It is also believed to help with the common cold, flu-like symptoms, headaches and even painful menstrual periods.

Ginger may also help to alleviate discomfort by releasing neurotransmitters throughout the body that aid in blocking pain signals that can lead to sexual distress.

Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Also known as: sweet root, gan zao (Chinese licorice)

Licorice is a legume (related to peas and beans) and is native to southern Europe and parts of Asia. Licorice is the second largest selling herb in China and has been used for over 5,000 years as an aid in colds, sore throats, stomach ailments, constipation, and to alleviate cardiac and hypertension issues.

Licorice has properties of an anti-inflammatory and contains isoflavones which act as phytoestrogen and can help alleviate symptoms of menopause by helping to balance hormones throughout the body.

Valerian root (Valeriana officinalis)

Also known Valeriana officinalis

Valerian is a hardy perennial flowering plant native to Europe and parts of Asia. Valerian has been used as a medicinal herb since ancient Greek and Roman times, and its properties were described by the Greek healer Hippocrates, "the father of modern medicine".

Traditional use of valerian root has been to manage sleeping disorders, mood disorders and relieve anxieties as a sedative.

Studies have shown valerian to promote healthy blood pressure during stressful times. Valerian may help to relieve anxiety associated with symptoms of menopause and female sexual dysfunction.

Serving Size 2 capsules
Ingredient Amt. Per Serving % Daily Value †
Soybean isoflavones (from 125 mg of 40% concentrate) 100 mg *
Black cohosh standardized extract 80 mg *
Proprietary Herbal Blend 200 mg *
Sage leaf 4:1 extract (Salvia officinalis), Red raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus), Bayberry bark (Morella cerifera), Cayenne pepper (Capsicum annuum), Damiana leaf (Tumera diffusa), Ginger root (Zingiber officinale), Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Valerian root (Valeriana officinalis)
*Daily Value not established.

Sensuvive Feedback

53% of our new customers come to HelloLife at the suggestion of a friend or family member. You can see what they have to say about Sensuvive today . . .

I have healthy sex.

I am 58 and decided to order Sensuvive. I have healthy sex.

-Cynthia J H., (CA)

Wow! Thank you so much!

My wife Deborah is post menopausal.I came across your product via the Internet some time ago and it seemed sensible to me to order some in the hope she might give it a try.

After some encouragement she did try it and initially was not convinced, I asked her to keep with the supplement. Wow! Thank you so much!

-Deborah M H., (United Kingdom)

The results expressed in the above testimonials may be unique to the individual(s) involved. The testimonials and descriptions of the products used are not intended to promote any direct or implied health claims. Actual results of usage may vary.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We encourage you to call us at 1.800.875.0850 if you have any questions about Sensuvive® that we haven't addressed below.

Q: How safe is Sensuvive®?

A: Because Sensuvive® is made with all-natural ingredients and no harmful fillers, steroids, or chemicals, it is safe to take on a regular basis. As always, consult your health professional if you have a concern.

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