Aphrodisiac foods are nature’s gift to man, with one of their sole purpose being to stimulate sexual desire and increase Libido. These foods contain chemicals that stimulate genital sensitivity and response like vaginal lubrication, clitoral swelling and heart rate (response to sexual urges) etc. They also amplify sex hormones like testosterone, estrogen and progesterone, putting you in the mood for a steamy copulation session with your partner (Yes I just said copulation!). For those who are not familiar with the art of aphrodisiac meals, some examples of these foods are: Banana, Vanilla, Celery, Avocado, Chili peppers (crazy right? I thought so too), Honey, Chocolate, Carrot, watermelon, coffee, seafood, etc.
What better reason could you possibly have, that allows you eat as many of one of the best things that ever happened to mankind, without necessarily feeling guilty? Amazing!!! I know right. Chocolates are a Yes Yes anytime, anywhere. Chocolates contain dopamine, which induces attraction, motivation and of course pleasure. They are considered one of the best Aphrodisiacs around. If you haven’t been digging into these lovelies, you sure should give them a try today.
The sexy, seductive, erotic, romantic smell of vanilla is enough to get anybody in the mood. Dating back to the 1700’s, vanilla has been used as a potent aphrodisiac recommended by physicians to ensure male potency. In 1762, not less than 300 impotent men were changed into active lovers after drinking vanilla concoctions. Can I get an Amen please?
Name a more perfect spice; perfect enough to literally heat things up between you and your partner behind closed doors. None right? I thought so too. Red chilli pepper is one of world’s most popular aphrodisiac, its discovery dating back two centuries. This fiery spice stimulates endorphin (the brain’s feel-good chemicals), which imitates arousal-like symptoms, increases heart rate and sweating.
Other foods that contain aphrodisiacs include strawberries, watermelon, nuts, pomegranates, banana, avocado, seafood, etc. So you could incorporate any of these foods in your Valentine’s Day recipe.