FOOD AND MOOD
FOOD satiates at different levels, one of wihichis emotional need.
There is plenty that can happen over a romantic stimulating seducing and relaxing dinner.
From inflaming passion to the blessing of love paving way to a lifeling relationship.
HONEY:Honey has been viewed as an aphrodisiac throughout history. Newly weds in ancient Europe mixed it with wone to boost their stamina.(hence the term honeymoon a month of honey)
ONION: Possessing aphrodisiac potential, it stimulates sexual appetite and arise sexual prowess. According to researchers, it is the amazing amount of selenium in foods of allium whic helps to set the mood balance in exciting dircttions.
BANANA: It is a triggering combination of fibre, sugar and serotonin, Glucose sugar of the carbohydreate family is a magic source of energy for also ensure higher levels of serotonin in the brain, which elevates the mood.
OYSTERS: These were regareed as aphrodisiacs even during the Roman Empire. Casanova ate 50 of them every morning with his lady love. A mysterrious delicacy famous for erotic qualities, oysters are rich in zinc, iodine and phosphorus, These ingredients increase both sperm and testrosterone production and the secretion of vaginal lubricant. So they may not look particularly appealing but they do work as well as an aphrodisiac.
VANILLA: The lncans and mayans wore vanilla during marriage rituals-- they believed its fragrance had magical posers to increase fertiltty . Sex guru Havelock Ellis discovered that workers at a vanilla processing plant were almost always in a near perennial state of sexual arousal and perhaps made the best bedmates ever.
JASMINE:It is known to be one of the most potent aphrodisiacs of all time. The perfume just like flowers it is made from , is strongest at night. That's why you have Indian brides not to mention the bed for the seddding night all bedeckedc in jasime "gajras"
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