Sela has two different teas specially formulated for women, however, I’ve noticed some confusion from some of you guys, so I thought I would clear it up for you guys.
The two teas are Sela Women’s Tea and Sela Women’s Passion Tea and their uses are quite different. Basically, the one would make a cute addition to a “first menstruation” gift pack, the other, not so much.
On the one hand, we have Sela Women’s Tea with Siphonochilus Aethiopicus which has been specially formulated to assist with period pains and hot flushes.
Siphonochilus Aethiopicus which is also known as Wild Ginger has traditionally been used for a multitude of things including being chewed by Swati women during menstruation.
The other Sela tea specifically formulated for women is Sela Women’s Passion Tea. This rooibos tasting tea is made with Asparagus racemosus and has been specially formulated with African Traditional Herbs to support female sexual health. It is said to enhance sensuality, boost libido (sex drive), help balance hormones, and enhance the sexual experience. In fact, it has been called the herbal female viagra .
So essentially make sure to read the packaging when reaching for the women’s tea which best suits your specific needs.
(Quick Side Note)
Sela has not forgotten about male sexual health and has developed a tea for this specific purpose. Sela Strong Man Tea with White’s Ginger has been specially formulated to support male sexual health by enhancing performance and endurance and improving sex drive. Mondia whitei, also known as White’s ginger, is particularly popular in Uganda, where medicinal plants are more common than medication.
It is used to increase libido and manage low sperm count. According to a study in the International Journal of Cardiology, consuming a mere teaspoon of ginger a few times a week is all you need to reap the heart-healthy benefits – so it wouldn’t hurt to try