Zestra
Zestra
This information describes the common uses of Zestra, how it works, and its possible side effects.

Common Name

Zestra

How It Works

Zestra may improve sexual function in normal women and in those suffering from female sexual disorders.

Zestra is a personal product for women that contains borage seed oil, evening primrose oil, angelica root extract, Coleus forskohlii extract, ascorbyl palmitate, and dl-alpha tocopherol.. It is being promoted to relieve symptoms of female sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction may include painful intercourse, loss of desire, and difficulty in achieving arousal or orgasm. Stress, changes in hormone, cancer treatment, drugs, or menopause are some of the factors that can cause sexual dysfunction. Scientists believe that the borage, evening primrose, angelica, and Coleus forskohlii may be responsible for Zestra’s activity. A small study showed that Zestra can improve sexual function in both normal women and in those suffering from female sexual arousal disorder.

Zestra has not been studied in cancer patients. Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or those trying to get pregnant should not use Zestra.

Purported Uses

Female sexual dysfunction
Clinical studies show that Zestra can improve sexual function in women.

Patient Warnings

Sexual dysfunction could be a result of other complex underlying physical, biological, or psychological disorders. Patients should consult and be monitored by a physician when using this product.

Do Not Take If

  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • You are trying to get pregnant.
  • You are sensitive to any of the components.
  • You have a vaginal infection or irritation.

Side Effects

  • Mild to moderate genital burning was reported following use of Zestra.