There’s an easy way to turn yourself or a loved one on:
Just eat foods known to have aphrodisiac qualities.
No one has a complete list of these (yet) and no one can prove that these all work (yet) but here are some tried and true safe, natural sex stimulants:
Aniseed: Sucking on the seeds can increase your desire.
Almond: The aroma can ignite passion in a female.
Arugula: Documented as an aphrodisiac since the first century A.D.
Asparagus: Has a reputation of bearing arousing powers.
Bananas: Rich in potassium and B vitamins, necessities for sex hormone production.
Basil (sweet basil): Stimulates the sex drive and boosts fertility
Chocolate: Contains chemicals effecting neurotransmitters in the brain. (Just ask any woman.)
Carrots: Stimulant to the male.
Celery: Contains androsterone, a powerful male hormone that attracts females.
Cucumbers: Arouses women.
Garlic: This one is a miracle-maker, curing people and turning them on, as well.
Ginger: Stimulant to the circulatory system.
Liquorice (licorice): Particularly stimulating to women.
Mustard: Stimulates the sexual glands and increases desire.
Nutmeg: Highly prized by Chinese women as an aphrodisiac. In quantity nutmeg can produce a hallucinogenic effect. (Think of the possibilities.)
Onions: Restores sexual vigor.
Oysters: Very nutritious and high in protein. Turns women on; gives men strength.
Pine Nuts: Used to maintain male potency, rich in zinc.
Pineapple: Used in the homeopathic treatment for impotence.
Truffles: The musky scent stimulates and sensitizes the skin to touch.
Vanilla: Increases lust.
Wine: Enhances a romantic situation.
Now it's up to you to combine any of the above for the most memorable experiences of your life.
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And if you want to gain confidence in preparing the above aphrodisiac foods and romancing your partner, consider learning the science of seduction.