Food is the core ingredient to a healthy relationship from courting to marriage; that first date over a cake and coffee, the first meal he cooks you; the smell of your wife’s amazing pancakes cooking in the morning.
Good food that teases your palate and feeds your soul creates unforgettable moments. Just cooking together can create sexual tension and lead to a pleasurable evening.
Now, I know a lot of us know about sensual foods. Cream, strawberries and chocolate are the most enjoyed during a night of wild passion, but would you try some of these other aphrodisiacs:
These stalks first received their aphrodisiac status from the Doctrine of Signatures drew upon the belief that natural objects that looked like a part of the body could cure diseases that would arise there. Asparagus is considered a phallic symbol (looks like a penis). Slowly nibbling on this at dinner will lead to…interesting thoughts. It’s also really good for you, seeing as it’s packed with potassium, phosphorous, calcium, and vitamin E.
When you think honey, you can picture sweet, sticky gold dripping off your fingers and having your partner lick it off slowly. Honey has been associated with sex and sensuality for centuries. It’s also great for you physically providing sugar easily converted energy.
It is believed that pistachio acts as a healthy alternative to viagra. It’s great for men who suffer from erectile dysfunction. It’s also great for heart and blood vessel health, weight management and blood sugar control. It’s improves general erectile function leading to better sex.
For some, an oyster is visibly appealing, resembling a woman’s exposed self naked and wet. They are salty and soft to the tongue, and go down smooth.
They have protein and sugar that can be converted into energy, and are loaded with zinc, key ingredient to testosterone production and sexual performance.
Raw ginger is hot to the tongue, when cooked it adds spicy flavor to your meal. Ginger also has plenty of medicinal properties, the one most relevant to increasing pleasure during sex is blood thinning. This allows for greater blood circulation all through the body, engorging the body’s most sensitive areas.