I want to tell you about a little known food used traditionally to balance the libido in both men and women. Ladyfingers (Abelmoschus esculentus), commonly known as Okra, is a very useful, easy to grow, inexpensive vegetable medicine that is available practically year‐round. Eating Okra promotes friendly bacteria (probiotics) in the intestinal tract, and is helpful in the biosynthesis of vitamin B. It is a rich source of many nutrients, including fiber, vitamin B6 and folic acid. Okra also contains a soluble fiber which helps control cholesterol levels. We recommend Okra in traditional medicine to boost sexual vigor, as it does contain some aphrodisiac qualities. Okra medicine is good for the body, and its good for ladies too, especially those close to menopause. It would not hurt to include Okra in your diet, even if not for your libido. Do it for your overall health.