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Tastes and Smells That Make You Horny



Aphrodisiac (afrəˈdizēˌak,afrəˈdēzēˌak): noun, a food, drink, or drug that stimulates sexual desire. "The Romans worshiped the apple as an aphrodisiac"

synonyms: love potion, philter; informal passion potion, a thing that causes excitement.

Aphrodisiac (afrəˈdizēˌak,afrəˈdēzēˌak): adjective: aphrodisiac "for a few seconds she'd fallen for the powerful aphrodisiac of music"

synonyms: love potion, philter; informal passion potion

At All American Body Rub we know that feeling sexy is about satisfying all your five senses: taste, sight, touch, smell, and hearing. Further, this article will focus on two of those senses: taste and smell.

What do pumpkin pie, roast beef, cinnamon and lavender have in common? Researchers have decided fragrances that trigger excitement in the opposite sex. You know how you connect certain scents with recollections? That affiliation is known as a "scent print." Like fingerprints, odors are extremely personal. Specialist Alan Hirsch from the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation found that 25% of patients who endured loss of smell additionally had sexual brokenness. The profound limbic cerebrum laces our feeling of smell and enthusiasm for sex and it's 2 1/2 times bigger in men. Certain fragrances can trigger erection with the mix of lavender and pumpkin pie expanding penile blood stream by 40%.

Men are additionally stirred by an aroma like donut joined with either dark licorice, lavender or pumpkin pie; orange; cheddar pizza, cooked meat and cinnamon buns.

For ladies, baby powder, cucumber, licorice and lavender cause arousal, but cherry and the smell of BBQ turn women off.

Who might have ever thought taking your date for BBQ is counterproductive to drawing her in?

The aroma of musk nearly takes after that of testosterone, the hormone that upgrades sex drive in both genders.

In aroma learns at Toho University in Japan, flower and natural basic oils were found to affect sexual excitement in the sensory system. To empower the Sympathetic Nervous System utilize jasmine, yang-ylang, rose, patchouli, peppermint, clove and bois derose. To unwind the Parasympathetic Nervous System utilize sandalwood, marjoram, lemon, chamomile and bergamot.

Many fragrances have these aromas in them. You can likewise blend basic oils into back rub oil to fortify or unwind your partner.

A large portion of these aromas are likewise normally found in tea, for example, peppermint and chamomile. Many candles are scented with rose, jasmine, patchouli, sandalwood and bergamot.

From the kitchen to the bedroom, or maybe just the kitchen table! What are some sexy foods that not only taste delicious but can scientifically boost your sex life into overdrive?

  1. Basil: You can use this sweet, pungent herb to liven up your meals and your sex life. Sprinkle a little chopped, fresh basil over tomatoes or top off a homemade vegetable soup with it. It not only adds fresh flavor, but it could also enhance sexual desire by increasing heart rate and improving blood flow.

  2. Cinnamon: Eating cinnamon heats up your body and, in turn, your sex drive. Cinnamon also has anti-inflammatory properties, and can help normalize blood sugar. Try this warming spice sprinkled on a warm glass of almond milk.

  3. Pine Nuts: Loaded with zinc, which is essential for producing testosterone, pine nuts have reportedly provided men with sexual stamina since the Middle Ages. Grind them up with basil, garlic, and olive oil for a delicious pesto.

  4. Cardamom: In the Arabian Nights, you can read of the use of this ancient spice as an aphrodisiac. The spice comes in pods, which you can grind for use as needed. Cardamom is warming and pungent, and can increase blood flow, which probably accounts for its aphrodisiac properties. It is also an antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory agent. You can macerate ground pods in hot water to make a tea, like a classic Indian chiai, or sprinkle it over a stir-fry or soup.

  5. Celery: This crunchy, aromatic vegetable serves as a flavor base for soups and stews in cuisines around the world. It is also high in essential nutrients necessary for great sex, and it contains two chemicals — androsterone and androstenol — which serve as a sexual attractant when ingested. If that’s not enough to get you drinking your Glowing Green Smoothie every day, then consider this: celery also makes you more physically attractive.

  6. Garlic: It may not make your breath smell all that great (but is it weird I like the smell on my hands after chopping it?), but garlic contains allicin, which increases blood flow. The result may be improved stamina and sexual energy.

  7. Avocado: This silky, mild fruit has a reputation as an aphrodisiac extending back to ancient Aztec times. In fact, the Aztecs called the avocado tree “Ahuacuatl,” which translates to “testicle tree.” Slice half an avocado and eat it alone or as part of my taco salad recipe.

  8. Almonds: These nuts are an ancient symbol of fertility extending back to Biblical times. The sweet fragrance may also serve as a sexual attractant. Avo’s are also high in beneficial fats, fiber, and vitamin E.

  9. Chili peppers: The capsaicin in peppers heats up the body and increases blood flow. They also cause the brain to release endorphins, which are a feel-good chemical. Along with the internal effects leading to sexual desire, they have temporary external effects that cause the outer appearance of sexual desire, such as flushed skin and swollen lips. This creates a powerful one-two punch that just may cause sexual desire, and many cultures throughout history have used peppers as an aphrodisiac. Sprinkle cayenne on avocados, or add a little to zip up soups and stir-fries.

  10. Honey: Rich in B vitamins, organic raw honey supports testosterone production, which can increase desire. It also contains the boron used in estrogen production, which is important for female desire. Use honey to sweeten a cup of tea. Be sure to purchase local if possible and from an ethical source.

  11. Carrots: Another good reason to eat carrots--believed to be a stimulant to the male. The phallus shaped carrot has been associated with stimulation since ancient times and was used by early Middle Eastern royalty to aid seduction. High vitamins and beta-carotene. Perhaps a justification for a piece of carrot cake?

  12. Ginger: Just like chili peppers, ginger spices things up and increases circulation and body temperature. In fact, legend says famous French courtesan Madame du Barry provided ginger to all her lovers to increase their desire and improve their pleasure. Mix up a batch of Detox Tea, or add ginger to stir-fries.

  13. Coconut water: The water from coconuts contains the same level of electrolytes as your blood. It is also a metabolism booster that increases blood flow, and thus, may serve as an aphrodisiac. Along with minerals, coconut water is high in vitamin C.

  14. Arugula: Ancient Romans used this peppery, leafy green vegetable as an aphrodisiac. Along with aphrodisiac properties, arugula promotes digestion and is a great source of vitamins A and C. Add a little arugula to your salad greens.

  15. Watermelon: Rich in citrulline, watermelon increases nitric oxide, opening blood vessels and speeding up circulation, which may increase arousal.

  16. Chocolate: Pure, dark chocolate has a centuries old reputation as an aphrodisiac. Chocolate contains phenylethylamine (PEA), which stimulates the same hormone your body releases during sex. It also sparks dopamine production in the brain. It doesn’t take much. Try a square or two of low-sugar, vegan dark chocolate.

  17. Asparagus: While the shape may contribute to the belief in this vegetable’s aphrodisiac properties, it also increases circulation in the genitourinary system, leading to increased sexual desire.

  18. Truffle: This expensive, earthy fungus has a pungent flavor with an aphrodisiac reputation extending back to ancient Roman times. The scent is believed to mimic androstenone, which serves as an attractant to the opposite sex. If you can’t afford a truffle to shave over your veggies, then try a few mushrooms, instead.

  19. Vanilla: This sweet pod is a mild nerve stimulant, which can enhance sexual sensation.

  20. Nutmeg: This sweet spice’s aphrodisiac reputation dates to early Hindu cultures, where it was believed nutmeg’s warming properties stimulated sexual appetites while its ability to sweeten breath increased attraction. Try grating a little fresh nutmeg into your tea.

  21. Sea vegetables: Many cultures value sea vegetables for their aphrodisiac properties. This may because sea vegetables are high in vitamins B1 and B2, which aid in production of sex hormones. It is also a source of manganese, iodine, and selenium, which may all influence metabolism and mood. Sprinkle a little dulse on your salad for some salty flavor.

  22. Red wine: In moderation, red wine increases blood flow, relaxes you, and lowers inhibitions. Have a few ounces of red wine, but don’t overdo it.

  23. Coriander (Cilantro seed): The book of The Arabian nights tells a tale of a merchant who had been childless for 40 years and but was cured by a concoction that included coriander. That book is over 1000 years old so the history of coriander as an aphrodisiac date back far into history. Cilantro was also known to be used as an "appetite" stimulant. It also serves as an anti-inflammatory and expectorant. To use, sprinkle a little ground coriander in guacamole or add to soups.

  24. Pomegranates: The seeds of this luscious red fruit improve blood flow and are rumored to increase genital sensitivity.

  25. Aniseed: Girls, this one is for you! With a sweet licorice flavor, ancient Greek and Roman civilizations believed anise strengthened female sexual arousal.

  26. Almond: A symbol of fertility throughout the ages. The aroma is thought to induce passion in a female. Try serving Marzipan (almond paste) in the shapes of fruits for a special after-dinner treat.

  27. Figs: An open fig is thought to emulate the female sex organs and traditionally thought of as sexual stimulant. A man breaking open a fig and eating it in front of his lover is a powerful erotic act. Serve fresh Black Mission figs in a cool bowl of water as it is done in Italy and be sure to eat with your fingers!

  28. Oysters: were documented as an aphrodisiac food by the Romans in the second century A.D as mentioned in a satire by Juvenal. He described the wanton ways of women after ingesting wine and eating "giant oysters". An additional hypothesis is that the oyster resembles the "female" genitals. Oysters are a very nutritious and high in protein.

  29. Pineapple: Rich in vitamin C and is used in the homeopathic treatment for impotence. Add a spear to a sweet Rum drink for a tasty prelude to an evening of passion.

  30. Raspberries and Strawberries: Perfect foods for hand feeding your lover. "Both invite love and are described in erotic literature as fruit nipples" Both are high in vitamin C and make a sweet light dessert.

So, the next time you are looking to awaken your passion or someone else.... Turn to your kitchen cupboard to get in the mood.

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