Saturday, July 14, 2018

Article: 'TOP TEN APHRODISIAC FOODS AND MORE' by Goddess Rosemary Sahjaza


Some believe it or not delights that will work magick in getting you "in the mood" and getting all the blood a-flowing to just all the right places, some eatable sex magick!!! Enjoy... and Hail the season of Aphrodite!!! 
You are what you eat because what you eat directly influences your body and the way that your body functions. Indeed, the foods you consume have a direct impact on your sex life, affecting your hormones, brain chemistry and energy, and stress levels. Some foods have psychoactive properties, others arouse because they are psychologically suggestive, while some actually increase blood flow to the genitals. If you find your sex life has been languishing in some back hotel room of the mind, you might like to try any one or more of the following as a steady diet for the next two or three weeks, and see what happens! Let the countdown begin.

An English herbalist from the 17th century, Nicholas Culpepper, wrote that asparagus "stirs up lust in man and woman." In the 19th century France, bridegrooms were served three courses of the sexy spears at their prenuptial dinners. Apparently for a good reason: asparagus is a great source of potassium, fiber, vitamin B6, vitamins A and C, and thiamin and folic acid. The latter is said to boost histamine production necessary for the ability to reach orgasm in both sexes.

Through antiquity, almonds were regarded as fertility symbols. The aroma of almonds supposedly arouses passion in females — or so thought the poets and scribes. Scientists say that almonds provide high doses of vitamin E, magnesium, and even fiber. Therefore, there seems to be something in the almond myths after all.

Just by looking at the shape of the avocado, you will see the reason why it was associated with sexuality. The Aztecs called the avocado ahuacuatl, or "testicle tree." They thought the fruit hanging in pairs on the tree resembled testicles. The Catholic priests in Spain found this fruit so obscenely sexual that they forbade it. On the other side, avocado is rich with folic acid, vitamin B6, and potassium. They are also said to boost the immune system.

By it shape its connection with sexuality is quite obvious, but you’ll also find that bananas are loaded with potassium, magnesium, and B vitamins. It also contains chelating minerals and the bromeliad enzyme, said to enhance the male libido.

Basil not only makes meals smell and taste better, but it also has a lot of beneficial effects on the human body. Basil has a fantastic aroma that is said to have an aphrodisiac effect; it is also very stimulating. Using sweet basil in a pasta sauce will be sure to get your heart racing! Maybe this explains why Italians are so romantic!

Pure chocolate, the king of natural aphrodisiacs, contains a host of compounds, including anandamide, the psychoactive feel-good chemical, and PEA (phenylethylamine), the "love chemical," which releases dopamine in the pleasure centers of the brain and peaks during orgasm. PEA is said to help induce feelings of excitement, attraction and euphoria. Cacao also contains tryptophan, a key component of the neurotransmitter serotonin known to promote a sense of well-being and relaxation.

This sexy fruit has long been thought of as an arousing stimulant, and an open fig is believed to emulate the female sex organs. Figs are steeped in history and are one of the oldest-recorded fruits. They are mentioned in the Bible (Adam and Eve wore fig leaves to cover their private parts), are reported to be Cleopatra’s favorite fruit, and the ancient Greeks held them as sacred and associated them with love and fertility.

Now, wait a minute! I know it’s stinky, but more importantly, it’s strong, which is exactly what it will happen to guys. Garlic is chockfull of allicin, an ingredient that will increase blood flow. So, whip up an extra-garlicky dish and keep the Altoids handy.

Oysters are probably the food most associated with being an aphrodisiac, and most people are aware of their reputation for increasing sexual desire. Oysters may be thought as aphrodisiacs because of their high zinc content, which helps produce sperm and increases libido. Raw oysters are best served with a glass of chilled Champagne for a truly romantic meal!

CORIANDER or Cilantro as it is known and both seeds and leaves
The book of The Arabian Nights tells a tale of a merchant who had been childless for 40 years and but was cured by a concoction that included coriander. That book is over 1000 years old so the history of coriander as an aphrodisiac dates back far into history. Also – cilantro was known to be used as an "appetite" stimulant.

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