Aphrodisiacs we’ve all he and about them, but what they, really, and do they work?
Humans have looked for a “miracle sexual stimulant” for centuries hoping for a discovery that will cause both men and women alike to surpass the normal throes of ecstasy and become wild and woody sensual centuries.
Men have long dreamed about the possibility of increasing their sexual capacity or of stimulating the sexual desires of selected members of the opposite sex by various means.
“Aphrodisiacs” is defined in the Academic Dictionary of Science as – a drug or agent that arouses or increases sexual responses.
People have searched for ways to enhance sexual desires through various foods and animal parts.
The main senses – Sight, Sound, Smell, Touch, Taste, and the Mind, are the most important receptors for aphrodisiacs.
Basically Aphrodisiacs influence these senses singly or in combination.
Today there are thousands of foods presumed to have aphrodisiac properties.
Caviar: Caviar is considered an aphrodisiac for several reasons. Eggs are a symbol of fertility. Caviar, like Aphrodite who was born from sea foam, comes from the sea. Caviar, like many aphrodisiacs, is very precious food that is reserved for special occasions. The best way to enjoy it is by the spoonful with chilled champagne.
Fish: Aphrodite, the goddess of love was born from sea foam, so in general any type of seafood is considered to be an aphrodisiac. The high phosphorous and iodine content of seafood may actually have beneficial effect on sexual potency.
Lobster: This is very sexy food to eat. You rip the flesh apart with your hands and dip in butter.
Raw Oysters: The concentration of zinc in the oyster, a mineral essential for sexual endurance and appetite is the secret. Oysters are one of the world’s classic love foods. Oysters are very high in zinc. Research has found that a low sperm count is connected to low zinc levels.
Beef: One of the favourites. When someone has a steak there is no stopping him. It brings out his inner caveman. Meat works wonders on your libido and brain. After a high protein meal, your blood stream is flooded with the amino acid tyrosine. The chemicals made from tyrosine and dopamine, trigger brain cells that enhance mental alertness and concentration.
Aphrodisiacs from Animal Parts
Bone Soup: This is an Egyptian folk secret. To increase man’s sexual performance make a soup from the leg bone of cow or sheep. Include fresh onions, garlic, thyme, cayenne and greens. Stew for at least two hours. Effects upon men are immediate and long lasting. Take once a week for sustained, super human benefits.
Endangered Species: There is an alarming decline in the populations of endangered species around the world. The decimation of some species, such as tigers and rhinos, has been linked to the continuing popularity of centuries-old sexual remedies in Asian cultures. In Chinese Traditional Medicine, animal parts – known in East Asia as pu foods – are reputed to endow a man with the potency of the animal itself, or with the potency implied by the shape of the appendage.
Deer velvet antler: Used for over 2000 years as an Aphrodisiac and Sex Booster not only gives you more energy, but also is a potent immune system stimulant, performance enhancer. It is one of nature’s most effective rejuvenating sexual boosters.
It raises the hormones necessary for healthy sexual functioning and restores the body’s energy levels depleted by stress and exhaustion.
Deer velvet antler is rich in amino acids and other major and trace elements which are vital for health and sexual well-being. Deer velvet antler naturally boosts testosterone levels, and has been scientifically shown to stimulate growth and increase the weight of both the seminal vesicles and prostate.
Deer velvet antler contains both the male and female hormone precursors including testosterone, which stimulates growth and sexual potency in both men and women. Deer velvet antler demonstrates androgenic effects through regulating the activity of the sex organs.
Aphrodisiacs from Insects
Honey: Is an aphrodisiac due to its rich B vitamin and amino acid content.
Spanish Fly: Spanish fly is not a fly but a small beetle found in France and Spain. This insect produces a drug called cantharidin which is promoted as an aphrodisiac.
When taken orally or applied to the penis, Spanish fly produces an itching, burning sensation which may lead to an erection.
Royal Jelly: Stimulates and has the aphrodisiac properties for rejuvenating sexual glands very rapidly.