Ten Aphrodisiacs To Make Your Valentine's Day Dinner Really Sizzle
Aphrodisiacs & Valentine’s Day go hand-in-hand. And that's great, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Spice up your love life with these culinary delights as often as you can and you'll discover the true sexual nature of food and desire - SeductionMeals.com
The seduction is all in it's aroma. Vanilla appeals to men and women alike and is known as a libido enhancer. As you float though a sensual state of euphoria its good to know that indulging in this aphrodisiac also lowers stress levels setting the perfect stage for a romantic rendezvous.
Aphrodite - goddess of love, pleasure and procreation - planted the first pomegranate tree and the rest is history. The pomegranate’s juicy ruby red seeds are packed with antioxidants and are associated with fertility and abundance.
With its delicious arousing scent, cinnamon subtly heats up ones appetite - both physical and sexual. It also reduces cholesterol and blood sugar to keep you healthy and in a sexy mood.
The luscious heart-shaped strawberry is natures viagra packed with vitamins. Strawberries go back to ancient times and is known as the symbol of Venus, Goddess of Love - no wonder it's a standard at romantic meals.
Chili peppers are love enhancers. One bite and your pulse will quicken, your body will warm, and your heart will speed up. The hot capsaicin in chiles can also heat up your sex life triggering the release of endorphins to give you a natural high. #HotStuff
A favorite of the ultimate seductress, Cleopatra, this sweet, juicy purple fruit is associated with fertility and the erotic female sexual organ. And, to the ancient Greeks figs were more precious than gold!
This phallic-shaped food is packed with nutrients essential to sexual hormone production. Need I say more?
A sexy treat and all time favorite food of pleasure seekers from around the world - this expensive delicacy boosts well being and stimulates the libido by increasing blood flow and flaming the flames of desire.
Let's face it - chocolate makes you feel great! It contains phenylethylamine (PEA) and serotonin, natural feel-good substances believed to evoke the same reaction in the body as falling in love. Pair this with a strawberry and you'll double your pleasure. Simple as that!
Perhaps the grandaddy of all aphrodisiacs - this mouthwatering mollusk is known to stimulate the libido, and has done so throughout history. Oysters have inspired many a classic lover like Casanova, who ate 50 raw oysters a day!
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