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Aphrodisiac foods you sure you have in your kitchen, use them this Valentine's day

If you are preparing a romantic dinner with your partner, take into account these aphrodisiac foods that you surely have in your kitchen and dare to put them to the test.

Aphrodisiac foods that you surely have in your kitchen, use them this  Valentine's day

An aphrodisiac is a substance that increases sexual desire. The name of these foods refers to Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love.

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The list of aphrodisiac foods is very long. So that you don't waste time looking for these edibles, we decided to tell you which ones are the most common because you surely have them in your kitchen.


 

1. CHOCOLATE

For a more satisfying sexual relationship, eat some chocolate. Phenylethylamine (drug of love), is a natural stimulant that chocolate contains. This stimulates the release of serotonin in the brain, which will make you feel well, relaxed and ready for a romantic encounter.

2. WALNUT FLY

This spice can be considered as man's best friend because it is said to help delay ejaculation. It is known that since ancient times, nutmeg has been used as an aphrodisiac herb.

3. HONEY

It is said that couples in ancient Persia drank mead every day for the first month after they were married, why? Honey is rich in vitamin B, necessary to manufacture testosterone, in addition, it will inject you with energy and resistance.

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4. WINE

According to a study carried out in Florence, moderate consumption of red wine can increase female sexual desire. With all this, it has become one of the aphrodisiac drinks par excellence and, therefore, it cannot be out of your romantic dinner.

5. CINNAMON

Cinnamon is an ancient and very popular food due to its high aphrodisiac power. Used as a condiment and as a massage oil, it is said to be super effective on women.

6. AN EXTRA !, THE OYSTERS

Although there is no scientific study that demonstrates the aphrodisiac effect of this food, the others are linked to some neurotransmitters that can promote the formation of sex hormones.

Arymel García

Editor of muii.in. Passionate about nutrition and healthy living, I have been a content creator for 8 years.+ info

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