Although some scientific evidence indicates that the effects of placebo (empty medication or suggestions) are responsible for most of the power of an aphrodisiac, but some foods, beverages, herbs, spices and certain smells can actually cause sexual potency in different ways.
Here are 5 aphrodisiac of the most popular and most widely used:
Although not so much scientific evidence, but the nutmeg which includes these herbs have been widely used as a mild painkiller and to stimulate the circulatory system, also increases blood flow, which of course can also increase sexual drive.
Some people think oysters as an aphrodisiac because of its shape resembles a woman’s genitals are considered. But actually oysters contain zinc (zinc) high, which can increase sex drive by increasing testosterone production. Oysters also contain tyrosine, namely nutrients that assist in the production of dopamine which are known to affect libido.
Ancient Persians bercaya that mead can increase fertility and sexual arousal.Newlyweds need to drink wine ancient times honey every day during the early months of marriage. This is why the early months of marriage called ‘honeymoon’.
Although there is no scientific evidence that honey can improve sexual desire, but honey contains many B vitamins needed to produce testosterone. Mead is still popular as an aphrodisiac, especially in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Mayans worshiped the cacao trees and chocolate because it was considered food of the gods. And the legend says that the Aztec leader, Montezuma, drank 50 cups of melted chocolate a day because he believed it would increase sexual ability.
Even today, chocolate is often used as a symbol of love and affection. And the good news, scientific evidence also shows that chocolate can improve overall mood and reduce stress, which is an important factor enhancing sex drive.
Dark chocolate also contains certain compounds that improve mood, such as phenylethylamine (increase serotonin) and caffeine, which in turn helps put you in a good mood, including for sexual intercourse.
5. A seductive fragrance
Researchers at the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago, found that certain odors can increase sexual arousal. The team found that in men, the scent of lavender and pumpkin can increase blood flow to the penis by 40 percent.Whereas in women, a combination of cucumber and licorice is more effective in delivering blood flow to the genitals region.
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