Edible Aphrodisiacs For Natural Stimulation and a Dose of Vitamins

 - Mar 28, 2009
References: romantic-lyrics
It's trendy to eat healthy, and some foods even offer other life enhancing properties too. Some foods arouse, while others can impair sexual function. Ancient Greek and Roman cultures enjoyed fruits and exotic dishes before engaging in sexual pleasures, and now these edible aphrodisiac rituals are making a comeback. Here are few easy foods you can incorporate into your diet for a healthy, happy, and sexually active life.

Avocado contains very high levels of folic acid and provide you with increased energy (stamina is very important in the sack).

Bananas are vital for sex-hormone production, plus the physical shape of the fruit is enough to boost some peoples' sex drives.

Mangos can be used to practice a Tantric technique to please the 'lingam', or male genitals, by sucking on the actual fruit.

Celery is ideal for sexual stimulation. It boosts a powerful substance, androsterone, an odorless hormone released through male perspiration that has pleasing effects on women. And did you know that the Romans dedicated celery to Pluto, their 'god of sex?'

Basil increases circulation, stimulates the sex drive and boosts fertility. The scent drives some people wild! Basil oil was once employed by Mediterranean prostitutes as a perfume to attract customers. You can try applying basil oil to your wrists and behind your ears too.