Oxy Pro (Oxytocin) Nasal Spray 500 IU 5 ml
Oxytocin is a safe and potent supplement based on the naturally occurring hormone Oxytocin. It has far reaching benefits for the body and mind, including the ability to enhance orgasm experiences. Oxytocin for men assists emotional bonding as well as desire, and an Oxytocin orgasm for women is especially enhanced.
The hormone Oxytocin is probably best known for its role in childbirth and breastfeeding, although research has established that Oxytocin can help forge deep connections with our partners, our children, our friends and even our pets. Excitingly, the Oxytocin orgasm is powerful for both men and women. It’s been shown to enhance orgasm – and induce multiple orgasms in women.
Oxytocin however, is more than merely a male or female orgasm enhancer. It plays many roles for men, and in women is an essential hormone released throughout their lives in certain conditions and scenarios.
A naturally occurring hormone in our body
Oxytocin is produced by the hypothalamus - the almond sized region of the brain located close to the brain stem that links the nervous system to the endocrine system via the pituitary gland. It’s released either via the pituitary gland straight into the bloodstream or to other parts of the brain and the spinal cord.
In childbirth, Oxytocin plays a vital role in triggering and regulating uterine contractions. If the contractions aren’t substantial enough, in a lot of cases Oxytocin is administered to help stimulate these contractions. Not only does this have a physical effect, but Oxytocin is a known as a ‘bonding hormone’ – ensuring that the mother starts to care for her young the moment after giving birth. The emotional and maternal reaction is heightened by the hormone, and the effects establish a bond between mother and baby.
Oxytocin also features in breast feeding. By helping the mother to relax, it allows milk to flow to feed her baby. Through this, scientists and doctors started to take note, as the relaxing and wellbeing effects became apparent.
Research also revealed that Oxytocin plays a huge role in the non-procreative aspects of sex. Both women and men release the Oxytocin hormone during lovemaking – and not only during orgasm. It also appears to be responsible for causing orgasms in the first place.
Sensual effects of Oxytocin
At our body’s normal level of production, Oxytocin encourages a mild desire to be kissed and cuddled by your lover. In fact being touched anywhere on the body leads to a rise in Oxytocin levels. This causes a chain reaction within the body, including the release of endorphins and testosterone, which results in both biological and psychological arousal.
Erogenous zones including earlobes, neck and genitals become sensitized to the effect of the hormone, and the body and mind become receptive and proactive in sexual activity. It not only arouses blood and the senses, but also promotes a bond of intimacy and closeness. The cycle continues to fire these pleasure giving endorphins and hormones and we naturally produce more Oxytocin and feel more pleasure as a reward.
By stimulating genital areas and causing the nerves to fire spontaneously, orgasm is reached far easier and more powerfully. In orgasm, male Oxytocin levels quintuple, while women need higher levels if they are to reach orgasm. And during peak sexual arousal, the Oxytocin levels become very high indeed. At this point multiple orgasms can occur.
Oxytocin’s further health and wellbeing benefits
Using Oxytocin can also help regulate sleep patterns, and have a calming effect. Research is ongoing but observation seems to cite Oxytocin’s health giving benefits lying in its ability to counteract stress and the effects of the stress hormone cortisol. Nearly every disease and condition is aggravated by stress; anything that can help counteract the stress is therefore useful.
Oxytocin has a clear physical and emotional power. Not only does the hormone increase orgasm in men and women, it has the natural ability to generate meaningful bonds, calm and in turn increase personal wellbeing.
The typical oxytocin doses for pleasure and sociability are 10 IUs in the morning and repeated again in the evening; or 10 to 20 IUs 2-hours before sex.
Note: Dr. Hertoghe in his book, ‘Passion, Sex and Long Life: The Incredible Oxytocin Adventure’, suggests that the sublingual troches are more effective for fibromyalgia, autism and schizophrenia than the nasal spray.
Not for use by pregnant or lactating women.
Serving Size: 1 Spray
|*Daily Value not established|
|Other ingredients: Oxytocin hormone dissolved in purified water and sodium chloride as a preservative.|
|Keep in cool dark conditions, out of the reach of children and consume before end of expiry date. Not for use by pregnant or lactating women.|
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA or Health Canada. This product is not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent disease.