Libifem® is a standardized fenugreek extract that supports female sexual health and desire.

Libifem is Gencor’s branded name for an extract that contains saponins that support female sexual health. This extract has been clinically shown to promote a woman’s healthy sexual vitality, desire and arousal.

Loss of sexual desire affects one in every four women. But despite its prevalence, there are few supplement options. Libifem offers a natural way to support female hormone estradiol that helps boost sexual desire.*

Incorporate Libifem in product formulations designed to support female sexual health, sexual vitality, sexual desire, and arousal.*

Why choose Libifem?

What sets Libifem apart from other ingredients? Libifem:

  • Promotes healthy female sexual desire and experience*
  • Has been tested on female subjects
  • Has been shown effective in a human clinical study
  • Is a natural product
  • Is easy to use in product formulations
  • Is produced in a NSF GMP certified facility

Clinical research

Study on the effectiveness of Libifem for supporting female sexual desire, libido, hormone levels and metabolism

The effectiveness of Libifem for supporting female sexual desire, libido, hormone levels and metabolism was tested in an 8-week placebo-controlled study on 80 healthy females in stable relationships.

The randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study covered metabolism, hormone levels and sexual functioning.* Sexual function was measured using the DISF-SR standard, which tests five domains of sexual function:

  1. Sexual cognition
  2. Sexual arousal
  3. Sexual experience
  4. Orgasm
  5. Sexual relationship

The study also measured perceived stress levels and fatigue (with separate scores for general fatigue, emotional fatigue, physical fatigue, mental health and overall vigor).*


  1. Rao, A, et al. 2015 “Influence of LIBIFEM, a specialized extract of Trigonella foenum graecum (fenugreek) on sexual function, hormones and metabolism in healthy menstruating women, in a randomized placebo-controlled study.” Phytother. Res. DOI: 10.1002/ptr.5355