Red Wine Improves Almost Anything, Including Vaginal Dryness

Olivia Meadows
3 min readAug 10, 2021
image courtesy of Luis Alberto Leon Velez

Studies suggest drinking a moderate amount of red wine may improve your health.

Researchers say the benefit of drinking red wine has positive outcomes with

· cardiovascular disease

· certain cancers

· type 2 diabetes

· dementia

· depression

· blood pressure

· vision loss

· gut health

· longer life

Red wine contains resveratrol, a natural ingredient that reduces the stress in our bodies, may also benefit women who experience dryness down there.

Yes, you heard it correct. Red wine may increase vaginal lubrication.

Because red wine increases blood flow throughout the body, your vagina receives direct benefit from that circulation.

Studies also found that women who consume red wine had a higher sex drive than those who consume other forms of alcohol.

And while red grapes, peanuts, cranberries, pistachios, and dark chocolate, all contain resveratrol, having an amicable proportion of red wine can be just as effective and may even slow aging effects of both men and women, simultaneously raising your libido.

Libido, which is simply another word for sex drive varies with each person.

A few reasons that may cause reduced libido include anxiety, fatigue, low estrogen, stress, depression, sexual turn-offs, or traumatic experience, and even infidelity and lack of trust from your partner.

Your sex drive is influenced by both physical and mental causation — your mind, and your blood flow to the peri areas.

During libido your nipples, labia, and clitoris fill with blood and become more sensitive.

Studies find when you drink red wine, your mind becomes more relaxed. In addition, there is increased blood flow throughout your body which causes your vagina to lubricate or get wet.

Harvard Health Blog attempted to detonate the theory between red wine and better health with their 2014 publication, Diet rich in resveratrol offers no health