Eating spicy foods can spice up your sex life: A study performed at the University of Grenoble found that men who ate and liked spicy foods tended to have greater levels of testosterone, making them better in bed. What're these men lasted longer, experienced stronger erections, and had more potent orgasms. Along with this diet, many other remedies are used for male impotence or erectile dysfunction. Which includes healthy food, healthy juices, a healthy diet, and healthy medicines. Health medicines include many medicines such as Tadarise 60 Medicines. This drug contains an ingredient called Tadalafil which helps in increasing the blood flow to the tissues of the penis and helps men to have a stronger, harder, and longer erection during intercourse. The effect of these medicines lasts for 4 to 6 days which is taken as per the doctor's advice.
The Mayans called the cacao tree “food of the gods.” The Aztecs were rumored to drink copious amounts of chocolate to increase sexual stamina. Chocolate contains the chemicals phenylethylamine and serotonin, both naturally occurring substances in the body that evokes feelings of euphoria and love. Research has also found another chemical in chocolate called anandamide that creates a similar but lesser reaction in the body as marijuana. Want to give it a try? Check out my recipe for The Perfect Chocolate Sauce. Or try igniting the fire with Chocolate Love Cordial.
Doesn’t the sticky, gooey, sweet nature of honey just ooze sexuality? Honey has been found to promote the production of testosterone in men, and the mineral boron in honey has been shown to help the body metabolize and use estrogen. For centuries honey has symbolized love and marriage. The word honeymoon comes from the idea that newlywed couples are to drink honey wine (mead) for a month in order to make a solid connection with each other. Honey has long been used in foods, elixirs, and cordials in order to evoke and increase sexual desire.
Because of its ability to create internal heat, ginger has long been used by lovers to “heat things up.” Ginger has a way of affecting us on a sensory level in many ways. The smell is invigorating. The warming properties get our blood flowing. And the calming properties can soothe the digestive system and soothe tension. Ginger has been found in studies to boost fertility, increase sperm motility and viability, and assist with impotence. My favorite way to eat ginger is in my Grain Free Ginger Cookies.
Cinnamon is a great analogy for love: spicy yet sweet. Cinnamon increases body temperature and circulation. Cinnamon increases libido by promoting general well-being. It is an anti-inflammatory, helps stabilize blood sugars, and increases appetite, both physical and sexual.
Yes, fats! I’m talking good quality fats here. Stay with me now. We have long been taught to avoid saturated fats, but research is now telling us that saturated fats like butter and coconut oil are actually better for us than inflammatory vegetable oils like canola and sunflower. Your body NEEDS fat to produce your hormones, including sex hormones like testosterone and estrogen. Both are essential for a healthy sex drive. Want to learn more? Read The Complete Guide to Fats and Oils.