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SKU #: ZQV9QAMJ | 120 capsules per bottle (1 month supply)


The nutrients in this supplement are known to:

  • Maximize sexual desire, sex drive, and arousal
  • Help treat and increase low libido and sexual disorders
  • Increase lubrication
  • Aid in treating postmenopausal/postpartum depression causing low sex drive
  • Increase sensation and sensitivity
  • Enhance mood
  • Boost energy levels and immune system
  • Decrease the risk of heart disease
  • Increase cognitive function and reduce headaches
  • Improve digestion and bloating
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Auxi Plus™ - Libido Booster - 120 capsules

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Right for me?

99% of women in the United States are using some sort of birth control method in their daily life and a whopping 67% of those women are using hormonal contraceptives (AKA on "the pill"). Sadly, what many women are unaware of, is that new scientific research concludes that birth control pills cause a significant reduction in libido (sex drive). If you are currently on birth control and notice that you have little to no sexual arousal or have issues with lubrication, sensation or sensitivity, this formula may help. 

According to Elson Haas, MD, birth control pills (BCPs) are both the "most effective and the most hazardous form of contraception". BCPs raise the body's natural estrogen and progesterone hormone levels to dangerously high amounts. This prevents the pituitary hormones that stimulate ovulation and fertilization of the egg from being released, and thus prevents pregnancy.

Ross Pelton, R. Ph, pharmacist and nutritionist says: “When it comes down to it, all the B vitamins are depleted from oral contraceptive use. Magnesium, selenium, zinc, and CoQ10 are depleted as well. When I started to look at the incredible range of nutrients that are depleted by a pill many women take on a regular basis, I started to realize that there are a lot of potential health problems that are exacerbated by these issues.” 

In addition to the long list of possible side effects, BCPs have been shown to affect a number of metabolic and nutritional processes. More importantly, they decrease the physiologic levels of 14 crucial nutrients; Magnesium, Vitamin C, Zinc, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Selenium, Vitamin E, Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin B12, Maca, Tribulus and Ginseng.

Suzy Cohen, RPh, "America's Most Trusted Pharmacist" and author of Drug Muggers had this to say about birth control pills: "There are drug muggers of at least eight different nutrients. If you take for more than a year, it could cause problems like low libido, panic attacks, chronic fatigue, higher risk of gallstones, depression, hypothyroidism, and weight gain. It's all due to the hormones stealing the nutrients which are required by your body to make natural, happy, healthy neurotransmitters and sex hormones." See Full Article

The natural way to balance these deficiencies is through diet. However, since BCPs create a high deficiency of the following nutrients, it becomes impossible to fix the deficiency through diet alone. That is why dietary supplements are advised by scientific and clinical studies. 

But how do you know which nutrients are backed by scientific research and studies? Read on to see the list we have compiled regarding the top nutrients which help boost low libido caused by hormonal contraceptives...

The Science Behind the Ingredients:

Magnesium Oxide

A research study of 1600 women, taking birth control pills, concludes that "women on the pill showed significantly lower serum magnesium values than other nonpregnant women of similar age." Read Study

Vitamin C

A study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that "the mean concentration of ascorbic acid in women who had received oral contraceptive drugs was significantly less [than control]." Read Study

Zinc Citrate

A scientific study, on 251 healthy women, aged 19-30 years, taking oral contraceptives, reports that "serum zinc level was significantly lower than that of controls." Read Study

Vitamin B1

An open trial study indicates that "oral contraceptives cause the induction of a mild thiamine hypovitaminosis." Read Study

Vitamin B2

A randomized, placebo-controlled, trial shows that "the use of (oral contraceptive agents) OCA aggravates the prevalence of [vitamin B2] deficiency." Read Study

Vitamin B6

A study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition conveys that "a dose of 30mg is recommended to correct the altered vitamin B6 metabolism resulting from OCA use." Read Study

Folic Acid

A research study comes to the conclusion that "OCA use... results in folate deficiency." Read Study

Vitamin B12

A randomized, placebo-controlled, study determines that the "mean concentration of vitamin B12 was significantly decreased." Read Study

Selenium

A cross-section study found that, "Oral contraceptive use significantly decreased Selenium levels."  Read Study

Coenzyme q10

The same cross-section study reports that, "Oral contraceptive use significantly decreased coenzyme Q10.Read Study

Vitamin E

A research study published in a journal in the European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences indicates that "OC users showed significant decrease in plasma vitamin E." Read Study

Maca

A double-blind, randomized, pilot conveys that, "Maca has a beneficial effect on libido." Read Article

Tribulus

A randomized, placebo-controlled, trial concludes that, "Tribulus safely and effectively improves desire in women." Read Article

Ginseng

 

A placebo-controlled, double-blind crossover clinical study determines that, "Oral administration of KRG extracts improved sexual arousal in women" Read Article 

Want to learn more about SpecifiCare's ingredients? Click Here

About Product

Auxi Plus™ is a natural formula specifically created to help women suffering from low libido caused by birth control pills (BCPs). What makes Auxi Plus™ so effective is that it contains the 14 most important nutrients that are depleted by birth control pills, these include; Magnesium, Vitamin C, Zinc, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Selenium, Vitamin E, Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin B12, Maca, Tribulus and Ginseng. In this way, the body naturally gets back exactly what was stolen from it.  

Links & Articles

1. "...maca root have been reported to improve sexual function."
2. "Libido improved significantly.."
3. "...relaxing effect on the clitoral cavernosal muscle and vaginal smooth muscle.."
4. Influence of oral contraceptives on ascorbic acid concentrations in healthy, sexually mature women
5. Serum copper and zinc levels in patients taking oral contraceptives
6. Thiamine status and oral contraceptives
7. Riboflavin deficiency in women taking oral contraceptive agents
8. Oral contraceptives and changes in nutritional requirements
9. Ross Pelton: The Natural Pharmacist
10. Maca (L. meyenii) for improving sexual function: a systematic review
11. A double-blind, randomized, pilot dose-finding study of maca root (L. meyenii) for the management of SSRI-induced sexual dysfunction
12. Tribulus terrestris for treatment of sexual dysfunction in women: randomized double-blind placebo - controlled study
13. Effects of Korean red ginseng on sexual arousal in menopausal women: placebo-controlled, double-blind crossover clinical study
 

What customers are saying

* Disclaimer: Reviews are provided 'as is' by clients, results may vary due to individual parameters, diet and lifestyle *

By: Judy S. | Date: October 17, 2015 | Rating: 5

I was skeptical, but the effects have been dramatic! Increased lubrication, increased desire, enhanced orgasms -- I'm impressed & my husband is thrilled! I began noticing improvement after the first week & the effects have been steadily increasing. Those who have yet to see effects, don’t give up! I think it might take a while for some people :)

By: T. Young | Date: September 8, 2015 | Rating: 5

I bought this for my wife; she had never tried any herbal supplements to improve things "down there," although I have tried numerous products and enjoyed the benefits. Once I gave her Auxi Plus to try, I knew I found a winner. According to her, it improved sensitivity, lubrication, and gives "overall enhancement." It also helps to reduce the time her body needs between orgasms. We will definitely be ordering again. Specificare is the BEST!

By: Cat Green | Date: June 26, 2015 | Rating: 5

Results after less than a week! Increased desire, lubrication, quickened response time. Valuable for women experiencing lowered libido due to perimenopause or menopause. Definitely worth it!

By: Irene | Date: May 30, 2015 | Rating: 5

As a 42 year old woman, I don't want to be without this product. It does what it claims to do.

By: Dawn Hall | Date: March 3, 2015 | Rating: 5

I decided to take this product because I was not physically experiencing the level of excitement that I was mentally feeling. This product changed that for me!

 
 

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Right for me?

99% of women in the United States are using some sort of birth control method in their daily life and a whopping 67% of those women are using hormonal contraceptives (AKA on "the pill"). Sadly, what many women are unaware of, is that new scientific research concludes that birth control pills cause a significant reduction in libido (sex drive). If you are currently on birth control and notice that you have little to no sexual arousal or have issues with lubrication, sensation or sensitivity, this formula may help. 

According to Elson Haas, MD, birth control pills (BCPs) are both the "most effective and the most hazardous form of contraception". BCPs raise the body's natural estrogen and progesterone hormone levels to dangerously high amounts. This prevents the pituitary hormones that stimulate ovulation and fertilization of the egg from being released, and thus prevents pregnancy.

Ross Pelton, R. Ph, pharmacist and nutritionist says: “When it comes down to it, all the B vitamins are depleted from oral contraceptive use. Magnesium, selenium, zinc, and CoQ10 are depleted as well. When I started to look at the incredible range of nutrients that are depleted by a pill many women take on a regular basis, I started to realize that there are a lot of potential health problems that are exacerbated by these issues.” 

In addition to the long list of possible side effects, BCPs have been shown to affect a number of metabolic and nutritional processes. More importantly, they decrease the physiologic levels of 14 crucial nutrients; Magnesium, Vitamin C, Zinc, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Selenium, Vitamin E, Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin B12, Maca, Tribulus and Ginseng.

Suzy Cohen, RPh, "America's Most Trusted Pharmacist" and author of Drug Muggers had this to say about birth control pills: "There are drug muggers of at least eight different nutrients. If you take for more than a year, it could cause problems like low libido, panic attacks, chronic fatigue, higher risk of gallstones, depression, hypothyroidism, and weight gain. It's all due to the hormones stealing the nutrients which are required by your body to make natural, happy, healthy neurotransmitters and sex hormones." See Full Article

The natural way to balance these deficiencies is through diet. However, since BCPs create a high deficiency of the following nutrients, it becomes impossible to fix the deficiency through diet alone. That is why dietary supplements are advised by scientific and clinical studies. 

But how do you know which nutrients are backed by scientific research and studies? Read on to see the list we have compiled regarding the top nutrients which help boost low libido caused by hormonal contraceptives...

The Science Behind the Ingredients:

Magnesium Oxide

A research study of 1600 women, taking birth control pills, concludes that "women on the pill showed significantly lower serum magnesium values than other nonpregnant women of similar age." Read Study

Vitamin C

A study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that "the mean concentration of ascorbic acid in women who had received oral contraceptive drugs was significantly less [than control]." Read Study

Zinc Citrate

A scientific study, on 251 healthy women, aged 19-30 years, taking oral contraceptives, reports that "serum zinc level was significantly lower than that of controls." Read Study

Vitamin B1

An open trial study indicates that "oral contraceptives cause the induction of a mild thiamine hypovitaminosis." Read Study

Vitamin B2

A randomized, placebo-controlled, trial shows that "the use of (oral contraceptive agents) OCA aggravates the prevalence of [vitamin B2] deficiency." Read Study

Vitamin B6

A study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition conveys that "a dose of 30mg is recommended to correct the altered vitamin B6 metabolism resulting from OCA use." Read Study

Folic Acid

A research study comes to the conclusion that "OCA use... results in folate deficiency." Read Study

Vitamin B12

A randomized, placebo-controlled, study determines that the "mean concentration of vitamin B12 was significantly decreased." Read Study

Selenium

A cross-section study found that, "Oral contraceptive use significantly decreased Selenium levels."  Read Study

Coenzyme q10

The same cross-section study reports that, "Oral contraceptive use significantly decreased coenzyme Q10.Read Study

Vitamin E

A research study published in a journal in the European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences indicates that "OC users showed significant decrease in plasma vitamin E." Read Study

Maca

A double-blind, randomized, pilot conveys that, "Maca has a beneficial effect on libido." Read Article

Tribulus

A randomized, placebo-controlled, trial concludes that, "Tribulus safely and effectively improves desire in women." Read Article

Ginseng

 

A placebo-controlled, double-blind crossover clinical study determines that, "Oral administration of KRG extracts improved sexual arousal in women" Read Article 

Want to learn more about SpecifiCare's ingredients? Click Here

About Product

Auxi Plus™ is a natural formula specifically created to help women suffering from low libido caused by birth control pills (BCPs). What makes Auxi Plus™ so effective is that it contains the 14 most important nutrients that are depleted by birth control pills, these include; Magnesium, Vitamin C, Zinc, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Selenium, Vitamin E, Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin B12, Maca, Tribulus and Ginseng. In this way, the body naturally gets back exactly what was stolen from it.  

Ingredients

Links & Articles

1. "...maca root have been reported to improve sexual function."
2. "Libido improved significantly.."
3. "...relaxing effect on the clitoral cavernosal muscle and vaginal smooth muscle.."
4. Influence of oral contraceptives on ascorbic acid concentrations in healthy, sexually mature women
5. Serum copper and zinc levels in patients taking oral contraceptives
6. Thiamine status and oral contraceptives
7. Riboflavin deficiency in women taking oral contraceptive agents
8. Oral contraceptives and changes in nutritional requirements
9. Ross Pelton: The Natural Pharmacist
10. Maca (L. meyenii) for improving sexual function: a systematic review
11. A double-blind, randomized, pilot dose-finding study of maca root (L. meyenii) for the management of SSRI-induced sexual dysfunction
12. Tribulus terrestris for treatment of sexual dysfunction in women: randomized double-blind placebo - controlled study
13. Effects of Korean red ginseng on sexual arousal in menopausal women: placebo-controlled, double-blind crossover clinical study
 

What customers are saying

* Disclaimer: Reviews are provided 'as is' by clients, results may vary due to individual parameters, diet and lifestyle *

By: Judy S. | Date: October 17, 2015 | Rating: 5

I was skeptical, but the effects have been dramatic! Increased lubrication, increased desire, enhanced orgasms -- I'm impressed & my husband is thrilled! I began noticing improvement after the first week & the effects have been steadily increasing. Those who have yet to see effects, don’t give up! I think it might take a while for some people :)

By: T. Young | Date: September 8, 2015 | Rating: 5

I bought this for my wife; she had never tried any herbal supplements to improve things "down there," although I have tried numerous products and enjoyed the benefits. Once I gave her Auxi Plus to try, I knew I found a winner. According to her, it improved sensitivity, lubrication, and gives "overall enhancement." It also helps to reduce the time her body needs between orgasms. We will definitely be ordering again. Specificare is the BEST!

By: Cat Green | Date: June 26, 2015 | Rating: 5

Results after less than a week! Increased desire, lubrication, quickened response time. Valuable for women experiencing lowered libido due to perimenopause or menopause. Definitely worth it!

By: Irene | Date: May 30, 2015 | Rating: 5

As a 42 year old woman, I don't want to be without this product. It does what it claims to do.

By: Dawn Hall | Date: March 3, 2015 | Rating: 5

I decided to take this product because I was not physically experiencing the level of excitement that I was mentally feeling. This product changed that for me!

 

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