Ok, it's not easy to review such a specific product because it's difficult to know whether taking the tablets has a placebo effect on the system, but here goes. The HealthAid Fem-X tablets made from the best Siberian Ginseng the area has to offer purports to improve a woman's desire and provide much stronger orgasms, so far so good. Right, I'm a working mum with a huge amount of housework to do so like many of my peers the old rumpy pumpy often gets sidelined due to a myriad of different reasons, as you'd expect really.
After about three days of taking these tablets (two per day for a 'normal' effect and four for a 'supercharged' boost) I felt much sexier and in fact it felt as though the blood was flowing more freely into my pelvic region(!) Mr Singer was clearly initially happy about this but soon got tired of all of my pawing and writhing, well, what do you expect, he's got stamps to collect, socks to sort and BBC4 on the television to keep his interest, he doesn't really want a randy wife blocking his view? Luckily I didn't feel the need to star in my own twenty first century version of 'Confessions of a Randy Vine Reviewer' so I stopped taking them so frequently.
There were a couple of negative side effects to these tablets though, combined with two cups of filter coffee and one glass of wine (not in the same mug!) they caused a kind of skull tightening hangover effect headache. When I tried the tablets without the other two it didn't have any effect. They are therefore fairly expensive for somewhat patchy results.
In conclusion: it's my belief that they indeed do work, well they increased my desire anyway. As for promoting stronger orgasms, they didn't really deliver on that score, I doubt any herbal remedy ever could though!