Even today, despite all the women you see in the media giving in to their sexual impulses and screaming in pleasurable agony, there are still millions of women around the world who experience sexual arousal problems or lack of satisfaction.
And chances are that, in your lifetime, you have or will encounter at least one such woman. And of course, since Viagra is designed for men with sexual dysfunction and there is no magic blue pill that can do the same for women, it may sometimes seem as though helping her reach sexual satisfaction is impossible. But it’s not.
A small study reported in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy recently found that a botanical massage oil called Zestra was effective in enhancing sexual arousal in the 20 women who were involved in the research project.
What is zestra?
As stated, Zestra (for Women) is a botanical feminine massage oil that was created to enhance sexual pleasure and arousal in women when applied to the vulva. The oil increases sensitivity, warmth and sensation, and eases arousal when applied directly to the clitoris, labia and vaginal opening.
Zestra has been under scientific development since 1997 and was designed by pharmaceutical scientists and sexual medicine experts with the intent of optimizing female sexual pleasure. Its creation was no fluke or mistake; it has successfully undergone FDA quality clinical studies, and has been available to the buying public since June 2002. Of note, Zestra begins working in 3-5 minutes and lasts for a duration of 45 minutes for most women.
Of course, because the product is made up of natural bio-active ingredients including Borage seed oil, Evening Primrose oil, Angelica root extract, Coleus extract, vitamin C and E, and natural fragrances, it doesn’t need to be evaluated by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration). And unlike other female arousal topical products, Zestra does not contain menthol or synthetic chemicals, which can seriously irritate the vagina.
Furthermore, some other topical women’s products may also contain L-Arginine, which has the potential to cause a genital herpes outbreak in women who already have contracted the infection.
The unique ingredients in Zestra, when blended together, serve to increase blood flow and nerve transmission in the given area — in this case, the female genitalia. Now keep in mind that the product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It is simply intended to help women who would otherwise have a difficult time reaching intense pleasure or orgasm to do so more effortlessly.
And, it’s not just for women with arousal difficulties, it’s also a fantastic recreational product for women, because it makes vaginal orgasms easier to reach.
Common questions about zestra
Surely, you’re still curious and maybe even excited about using the product with your woman, but before you do, here are some common questions couples asked before oiling up that vagina..
Can I use condoms with it?
Yes. You can use condoms but they have to be polyurethane condoms; latex condoms may not be as effective in protecting against STDs because Zestra is an oil and may compromise the efficacy of latex.
As well, because the female condom is made of polyurethane, it is also safe for use with Zestra.
Is it available in pharmacies?
Not yet, but for now, you can order it below.
Is there a money-back guarantee?
Yes. If for any reason, you are not satisfied with Zestra, return the product within 30 days and you will receive a full refund, minus shipping and handling.
What’s the product’s shelf life?
Up to one year, but to be sure, the bottle has a “best if used by” date imprinted on it.
How should it be stored?
Zestra should be kept away from heat and light, so keeping it in your nightstand would be ideal.
Is there anything that should be avoided when using Zestra?
Yes. Although Zestra does not taste terrible, it doesn’t have any added sweet flavor, so it does not exactly taste wonderful either. Performing cunnilingus after the product has been applied to the area is not recommended. You’d be better served performing oral sex before application of Zestra.