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Forget about ornaments and build up your libido in a natural way – using some of the aphrodisiac foods. There are a lot of products in your kitchen that can help you in this. You should only recognize them. Apparently ordinary, but the lunch can give you a new dimension of your intimacy.
The relation between food and your libido is as old as the world. Many historical figures used their food in order to seduce their partner: Marco Antonio fed Cleopatra with grapes; Casanova ate shrimps to improve his potency…
“Aphrodisiac foods” concept dates from mythology and is named after Aphrodite – the goddess of beauty. According to a legend, she ate little birds to increase her libido. Europeans, also, followed her example.

Till 18 century it was believed that the food we eat should be hot and wet in order to produce gases (the gases produce potency). That is why seasoned food became very popular, especially spicy products.

Aphrodisiac Foods

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Here is a list of aphrodisiac foods:

Avocado

The avocado tree was called a ‘testicle tree’ by the Aztecs because its fruit hangs in pairs on the tree, resembling the male testicles. Its aphrodisiac value is based on this resemblance.

Bananas

In addition to the phallic shape of the banana itself, the banana flower also has a phallic shape. Bananas are rich in potassium and B vitamins, which are said to be necessary for sex-hormone production.

Basil (sweet basil)

For centuries, people said that basil stimulated the sex drive and boosted fertility as well as producing a general sense of well being. The scent of basil was said to drive men wild, so much so that women would dust their breasts with dried and powdered basil. Basil is one of the many reported aphrodisiacs that may have the property of promoting circulation.
Researchers have studied chocolate and found it to contain phenylethylamine and serotonin, which are both ‘feel good’ chemicals. They occur naturally in our bodies and are released by our brains when we are happy or feeling loving or passionate. It produces a euphoric feeling, like when you’re in love.

Peach

It is full with iron. In 16 century it was King Jacob’s favorite because it reminded him of woman’s butt and her intimate parts of body.
Strawberries – It has symbolical value and there is no romantic dinner to pass without two people in love to eat them. It is a ritual of people in love.

Chocolate

It improves your good mood and the excitement. That is why it is highly recommended that you both drink a glass of hot chocolate before being intimate to your partner.

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Apple

It is believed that contains sugar that relates the lovers forever.

Eggs

One big egg has only 71 calories and is full with the vitamins and minerals needed. In paganism, the egg was considered to have supernatural powers, but today is the the best of aphrodisiac foods – viagra replacement.

Tomato

In the period of renaissance, it was very erotic to look your partner eating big, fresh and juicy tomato.

Fig

In antique Greece it was the sacred fruit because was Cleopatra’s favorite food. Figs are another fruit that claims aphrodisiac qualities based on its appearance. An open fig is thought to look similar to female sex organs.

Aniseed

Also known as anise, the ancient Greeks and Romans believed that you could increase desire by sucking on anise seeds. Aniseed does include estrogenic compounds (female hormones), which have been reported to induce similar effects to testosterone.

Carrots

The phallus-shaped carrot has been associated with sexual stimulation since ancient times and was used by early Middle Eastern royalty to aid seduction.

Chili peppers

Eating chili peppers generates physiological responses in our bodies (e.g sweating, increased heart rate and circulation) that are similar to those experienced when having sex. The capsaicin they contain is responsible for the effects and is also a good pain reliever. Another reported effect of eating large quantities of chili peppers is an irritation of the genitals and urinary tract that could feel similar to sexual excitement.

Cucumbers

Aside from its phallic shape, the scent of cucumbers is believed to stimulate women by increasing blood flow to the vagina.

Garlic

Long ago, Tibetan monks were not allowed to enter the monastery if they had been eating garlic because of its reputation for stirring up passions. Garlic increases circulation.

Ginger

People have deemed ginger root an aphrodisiac for centuries because of its scent and because it stimulates the circulatory system.

Honey

In medieval times, people drank mead, a fermented drink made from honey, to promote sexual desire. In ancient Persia, couples drank mead every day for a month (known as the ‘honey month’ — a.k.a. ‘honeymoon’) after they married in order to get in the right frame of mind for a successful marriage. Honey is rich in B vitamins (needed for testosterone production) as well as boron (helps the body metabolize and use estrogen). Some studies have suggested that it may also enhance blood levels of testosterone.

Nutmeg

In ancient China, women prized nutmeg an aphrodisiac, and researchers have found it to increase mating behaviors in mice. There is no evidence to prove the same happens in humans. In quantity, nutmeg can produce a hallucinogenic effect.

Oysters

Romans documented oysters as aphrodisiacs in the second century A.D. They are known to be high in zinc, which has been associated with improving sexual potency in men. (An additional hypothesis is that the oyster resembles the female genitals.) Recently, mussels, clams and oysters have been found to contain D-aspartic acid and NMDA (N-methyl-D-aspartate) compounds may be effective in releasing sex hormones like testosterone and estrogen. Scientists have not determined whether there are enough of those compounds in the shellfish to make any difference.

Papaya

Papaya (like aniseed) is estrogenic, meaning it has compounds that act as the female hormone estrogen. It has been used as a folk remedy in promoting menstruation and milk production, facilitating childbirth and increasing the female libido.

Pine nuts

People have been using pine nuts to stimulate the libido since Medieval times. Like oysters, they too are high in zinc. Pine nuts have been used for centuries to make up love potions. The Arabian medical scholar Galen recommended eating one hundred pine nuts before going to bed.

Source: healthandlovepage

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Forget about ornaments and build up your libido in a natural way – using some of the aphrodisiac foods. There are a lot of products in your kitchen that can help you in this. You should only recognize them. Apparently ordinary, but the lunch can give you a new...