Aphrodisiac products do not synthesize sexual attraction “out of nothing” – after all, they are not drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. But they stimulate well the desire within the existing one.
The action of aphrodisiacs is based mainly on the “placebo effect”: if you tune in to the result, then while you eat, the body itself is “programmed” in the desired fashion. And yet there is no deception here: most aphrodisiac products have a high nutritional value, and also contain a set of certain vitamins and trace elements (qing, selenium, vitamins A, B1, C, D, E), which promotes proper metabolism and rapid recovery .
The history of the “birth” of this aphrodisiac is very prosaic: the ancient Aztecs, seeing the avocado fruits on the tree, decided that they resemble nothing else than the male testicles. Do not expect an immediate effect after eating an avocado: this fruit is not at all an analogue of a drug that improves potency. But scientists still linked its beneficial properties with a positive effect on libido: avocados are an excellent source of glutathione, a powerful antioxidant, a true elixir of health and youth, and also contains a large amount of vitamins (A, D, E and PP) and potassium, contributing to the production “Sex” hormones, primarily in men.
And it’s as if the avocado is made to be enjoyed by two people: add some “salmon” of avocado, add a few drops of olive oil – and enjoy the romance!
The French – a nation that knows a lot about love – say that before a passionate night, it is advisable to eat a couple of oysters. This belief is based on the fact that, allegedly due to the unique composition of mollusks, the male body begins to actively produce sex hormones. However, there is still no scientific evidence for this! Oysters are really rich in zinc, which has a beneficial effect on the synthesis of the “male” hormone testosterone, which is responsible for sexual desire and sperm production.
They are also a source of dopamine (pleasure hormone) and protein (which means that they are a light but nourishing snack that does not overload the stomach). All the same is found in other seafood, such as shrimp!
So it is likely that the exciting action of oysters is associated with the ritual of their opening and eating – very spicy and even intimate.
Just a pinch of miraculous red powder – and the fire of your desire will flare up with a new force! Capsaicin – the main substance that gives pepper sharpness – will help you to literally “disperse the blood” and increase its flow to the organs (including sex organs). And there is an opinion that eating dishes with “peppercorn” increases the susceptibility of erogenous zones!
The origins of this superstition today look a bit scary: Arab men blend their genitals with a mixture of red pepper, ginger and honey, after which sex became fantastic. In general, doctors agree with this: substances of chilli pepper can actually cause slight irritation of the genital organs and urinary tract, thereby creating sensations similar to sexual arousal.
That’s just to achieve this effect it is not necessary to use the burning spice outwardly!
Celery is perhaps one of the most affordable aphrodisiacs. According to legend, it was he who was part of the magic potion of passion, which Tristan and Isolde drank.
Celery contains androsterone, a male sex hormone derived from testosterone, which has a positive effect on the sexual behavior of the stronger sex. Another observation is that when men eat celery, androsterone then “goes out” with sweat and acts as a pheromone (that is, as a kind of attracting “chemical signal”).
Perhaps this is the argument that will help your man become interested in celery – a very peculiar vegetable taste – for example, drink a glass of celery juice at night?
It is believed that dark chocolate is a real fusion of sexual desire and heavenly pleasure in one bottle, that is, a box. Although in fact, scientists who year struggle to find evidence of this. Of course, chocolate activates blood circulation, but its main effect is that only the smell of chocolate enhances the production of endorphins in the body – the hormones of joy and happiness.
Not without reason, aroma-shoping is gaining popularity recently – filling the store’s premises with various attractive aromas. It is possible that the role of chocolate is only in its “romantic” fleur, promising elements of seduction and sensual pleasure. But even if this is the case – what about when the method works?