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What is Lady-Vi?

Do I need a prescription? 

What can I expect when I apply the Lady-Vi?

How strong is Lady-Vi?

How is the Lady-Vi applied?

Will Lady-Vi effect my partner?

Can I use the cream if I have no problem with sex?

Are there any side-effects or unforeseen consequences?

Does Lady-Vi have FDA approval?

Have confidence in Lady-Vi

Packaging

Advice

What is an Orgasm?

How a Woman Achieves Orgasm

How a Woman Becomes Aroused

What is Lady-Vi? 

Lady-Vi is a specially compounded topical formulation (cream ) used to sensitize a woman's clitoris. It contains Aloe Vera and L-Arginine, an amino acid found in dietary products. L-Arginine enhances female sexual orgasm. It increases blood flow to the vagina and the clitoris. A very high case percentage of poor sexual performance can be attributed to a decrease in the blood flow and blood supply to the female sex organs. Even for younger women, delayed orgasm can also be related to a similar lack of blood flow to the female sex organs. Women rub it gently on the labia and the clitoris 20 or 30 minutes before sex. Studies in the United States have found that 75 to 80 percent of women have had a good response using a L-Arginine based cream. They have had significant improvement in arousal, lubrication, desire or orgasm. There were no systemic or local side effects, as opposed to the oral form of Viagra, which does produce serious side effects for women.

Do I need a prescription? 

No. This is a non-prescription cream . The main ingredient L-Arginine is available in most vitamin shops in oral form. This cream is not an aphrodisiac in that it's going to make someone desire sex. You have to desire the sex, put the cream on and then it should make you enjoy sex more.

What can I expect when I apply the Lady-Vi?

You can expect to experience a tingling or warmth of your genital tissues. Some women feel this sensation within 10 to 20 minutes of applying the cream. Not all women are alike: some will require 3 or more successive uses of the cream for progressively improved responses. The feeling typically lasts approximately ten to thirty minutes, with some women reporting a persistent awareness of the cream well in excess of one hour after application. The tingling sensations of the cream, in combination with the physical stimulation of the clitoris during intercourse, lends to heightened pleasure. A feeling of warmth is due to the increased blood circulation. Not all women will feel this warmth. This does not mean the cream is not being effective.

How strong is Lady-Vi?

The actual concentrations of the ingredients in Lady-Vi are quite dilute, but because a woman’s genital tissues are extremely sensitive, the cream should stimulate a vigorous tingle.

How is the Lady-Vi applied?

1. Locate the clitoris. The clitoris is located above the urethral opening and vaginal entrance. Inside the folds of skin (labia) that cover the genital area. 2. Apply the Lady-Vi to the fingertips of the 1st and 2nd fingers of your dominant hand. 3. Exposing the clitoris, position your legs apart like when you insert a tampon. With the product on your right hand, ready for positioning, use the first and second fingers of the left hand to spread the labia, hold the first and second fingers of your left hand together, extended, and place them directly on the labia. By spreading your fingers apart, you expose the tissue between the clitoris and the vagina. Pull up slightly with the fingers apart to expose the underside of the clitoris. 4. Apply Lady-Vi to the clitoris with a rubbing motion to work it into the tissues. Apply the Lady-Vi only to the underside of the clitoris. 5. Reapply as needed. Make it a part of foreplay.

Will Lady-Vi effect my partner?

No physical response in the partner due to the cream, but your partner might get very excited when he sees how aroused you are.

Can I use the cream if I have no problem with sex? 

Yes, this is the group for whom the Lady-Vi is intended. It is a sexual enhancer that will enhance orgasm. It can make things that feel good, feel great, and things that feel great, feel fabulous.

Are there any side-effects or unforeseen consequences?

The cream is comprised of natural products that are available in any health food store. We are comfortable that this it safe and without side effects.

Does Lady-Vi have FDA approval?

FDA approval is only required for drugs. Since Lady-Vi is not a drug, it does not need approval. All ingredients in Lady-Vi are on the GRAS List (Generally Regarded as Safe). Items on this list are the same ingredients you would find in foods at your Supermarket.

Have confidence in Lady-Vi.

Our cream is compounded and individually packaged in a medical grade facility employing the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) guidelines set forth by the FDA and Health Canada.

Packaging

Each jar of Lady-Vi contains 2 oz / 60 ml of cream (approximately 80 applications). The reason we package this great product in jars is to keep the price low for the consumer.

Advice

It should NOT be used if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, have drug hypersensitivity, chronic vaginal infections, cardio disease or any serious medical condition. Do not get into eyes or open wounds as it might cause irritation. To remove, wash thoroughly with water. If vaginal irritation occurs, discontinue use. If the problem persists or you suspect you have sexual dysfunction, consult your gynecologist. Lady-Vi is a non-prescription orgasm enhancer, it is not meant to treat sexual dysfunction. Lady-Vi enhances female sexual pleasure and facilitates orgasm in most, but not all women.

The main active ingredient is L-Arginine which is an amino acid. If you have any questions regarding it's safety, please consult your physician. .This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, care or prevent any known disease or medical condition.

What is an Orgasm?

Enough stimulation of or around a woman's clitoris causes pelvic fullness and body tension to build up. (Some women also respond to stimulation of their G-spot.) Orgasm is the point at which all the tension is suddenly released in a series of involuntary and pleasurable muscular contractions. Women feel the contractions in their vagina, uterus and/or rectum, although some women describe orgasms without any contractions at all.

Women have compared their orgasms to a mild hiccup, a sneeze, or a sigh. They've also been described in terms of ocean waves, and with adjectives such as sensuous, intense, and ecstatic. Of course, each orgasm depends on the particular woman at the particular time. The same woman can experience many different types of climax. For instance, orgasm can feel different with a finger, penis, dildo or vibrator in the vagina, and different when a woman masturbates than when she's having partner sex.

There are many variations of a woman's orgasm, and a wide range of accompanying feelings. What works, what feels good, and what is satisfying for a woman at any given moment is what counts.

About the clitoris. It's the area at the top of a woman's genitals, just inside the inner vaginal lips. The clitoris becomes firm and filled with blood (called pelvic congestion) during sexual arousal. It's surrounded by muscle tissue which helps to create tension and fullness during arousal. It also contracts during orgasm, playing an important role in the involuntary muscle spasms that happen at this time. The clitoris is the only organ in a woman's body existing solely for sexual pleasure and arousal.

The clitoris is sometimes called the joy button, with the implication that it's one small spot. In reality, the clitoris has several parts to it: the glans, or tip -- the part you can see -- attaches to the shaft which runs the length of the genitals to the vaginal opening. The clitoris connects to erectile tissue which runs throughout the genital area.

Most women need clitoral stimulation in order to orgasm, although focusing directly on the clitoris for long periods of time may cause pleasurable sensations to disappear. This should give you a brief intro to the clit.

The G-Spot is a small mass of tissue about the size of a pea that is located approximately two inches in from the opening of the vagina -- midway between the pubic bone and the cervix. The G-Spot is often difficult for a woman to locate on her own (unless she is in a sitting or squatting position). However, with the assistance of a partner, the G-Spot can usually be easily found.

At first, when light pressure is applied to this region, many women experience the urge to urinate. This feeling discourges many women from allowing further stimulation for fear that they will lose control of their bladder. However, this sensation normally subsides in a short while and gives way to feelings of intense sexual pleasure. During stimulation, the area also typically enlarges to about the size of a walnut. In addition, many women report that stimulation of this region allows them to routinely experience multiple orgasms. Finally, in some women, stimulation of the G-Spot may cause ejaculation.

Remember though not to get hung up on whether or not you can find your own G-Spot or that of a partner. All individuals are different when it comes to their bodies and sex. Not all women even find stimulation enjoyable. If you want to explore, it can be a lot of fun. But do not be upset if it doesn't work for you, or if it only works for you on ocassion. Despite what you many have heard, this is not some "magic button;" it is simply a pleasurable area to stimulate in some women.

How a Woman Achieves Orgasm

The normal physiological progression for women to orgasm is best understood if broken into three phases: arousal, excitation, and orgasm.

General Note: Women tend to move through the phases at a much slower pace as they mature through their mid-thirties and beyond. is designed to shorten the timeframe of the progression through the three phases and increase the intensity of each phase – especially the orgasm phase.

The Arousal Phase (foreplay)

The vagina and vulvar tissues lubricate and blood flow increases to the clitoris causing it to become erect and sensitive to stimulation. Continued stimulation of the genitals, including the sensitized clitoris, through the arousal phase leads to the excitation phase. Applying Lady-Vi immediately before or during the arousal phase (as well as the suggested daily applications) will help accelerate the stimulation and sensitivity of the clitoris during the arousal phase.

The Excitation Phase

Stimulation of the fully aroused clitoris by finger, hand, displacement (as occurs during intercourse), or vibration during the excitation phase is necessary to move to the orgasm phase. Consistent (daily) applications of Lady-Vi will help you to quickly reach and maintain the excitation phase in preparation for orgasm.

With the appropriate level of stimulation, the excitation phase can be maintained for long periods of time and, when maintained, many women can move back and forth from the excitation phase to the orgasm phase, achieving multiple orgasms.

The Orgasm Phase

The proper stimulation of the fully aroused clitoris moves a woman to the orgasm phase. An orgasm is the coordinated rhythmic contraction of the pelvic muscles (the vaginal, uterine, puboccyxageal, and levator ani muscles). The rhythmic contractions (“waves”) can last from several seconds to over a minute. With the appropriate level of stimulation many women can move back and forth from the excitation phase to the orgasm phase achieving “multiple orgasms.” When used frequently and consistently, the active ingredients in Lady-Vi help women of all ages to progress through the three phases more often and with more intensity.

How a Woman Becomes Aroused

Overview

Stimulation adequate for sexual arousal is controlled by the brain. The brain activates arousal nerves. The arousal nerves activate the Nitric Oxide Synthase System (the identification of the Nitric Oxide Synthase System received the 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology), converting L-Arginine into Nitric Oxide. Nitric Oxide dialates the blood vessels increasing the blood flow and volume) to the erectible bodies (the corpus cavernosa - the clitoris).

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