Thursday, July 25, 2013
Sexy Summer Aphrodisiacs
Are you thinking about whipping up a summer love potion?
It's that time of year when things get sizzling hot outside and your thoughts become focused on sex and romance. It's the perfect time of year to include a few foods that may have aphrodisiac properties in a romantic dinner just for two.
We've got some great ideas about what you should have on your table to increase you and your lover's libido.
Strawberries: How could a tiny fruit that's covered in seeds not be a symbol of fertility and sex? It's also delicious and sweet. And perfect when paired with the year-round libido-stimulating chocolate. Yum!
Honey: You can drizzle it all over your lover's body and then lick it off for fun. Honey was once known as the “nectar of Aphrodite" and has been known to have properties that give people an extra boost of energy.
Basil: This leafy herb is said to increase blood flow, and as you know, sex is all about the blood flow. So nibble a little basil and don't be surprised if you notice your sex drive revving up. If that doesn't pump up your libido, what will?
Arugula: It's spicy! And it makes a delicious summer salad, especially when you include asparagus, a vegetable that's been known to boost your stamina (in bed).
Tomatoes: These delicious fruits of summer were once known as "love apples." Pair them with basil and some fresh mozzarella to make a summer salad that will certainly satisfy you and whet your appetite for a little somethin' somethin' after dinner.
Bananas: How can you not consider this phallic shaped treat an aphrodisiac. Not only is it delicious, the potassium punch that it packs will keep you from getting muscle cramps when you're involved in *ahem* strenuous activity.
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