Ever Heard Of Love Potions?
Well there is nothing magical about them. Its all pure science. By using some really effective aphrodisiac spices, you can concoct your own love portions. Apart from triggering sexual desire, these spices are also very healthy. Adding these spices while cooking will help you prepare delicious mood foods. So, stock up your kitchen with these healthy aphrodisiac spices and keep the flame of desire burning. Cinnamon 1/6 Healthy Aphrodisiac Spices Have cinnamon with your tea, coffee or hot cinnamon buns to stir desire. Show Thumbnail 1. Cinnamon: This healthy spice is known to increase sensual drive over a period of time. It is an aromatic spice that stimulates the senses. It is especially beneficial for women. Cinnamon reduces urinary tract infections in women. Time to munch on some hot cinnamon buns. 2. Nutmeg: The ancient Chinese civilisation started the use of nutmeg in soups to stimulate women. In fact, nutmeg is now considered as effective as Viagra for women. Nutmeg contains myristicin which helps a woman loosen up. It is also very good to relieve muscle pain. 3. Cardamom: Not only is cardamom a potent aphrodisiac spice but it also helps men who are impotent. The kings in olden days had food rich in cardamom to produce more children. It helps cure erectile dysfunction by increasing blood flow to the genitals. 4. Saffron: Saffron has a long history of being in sexual rites in Indian. Our culture attributes the emotion of 'love' to saffron. That is why it is mixed with milk and given to a newly married couple on their first night. This healthy spice is also very rich in antioxidants. 5. Mustard Seeds: Mustard is a spice that was actually banned by many religions (Roman) because it could deliver man into 'sin' or temptation. But now we can safely say that is one of the best spices to add to your mood foods. The pungent smell of mustard turns people on but that is not all. Mustard is rich in good cholesterol and good for curing nasal congestion. 6. Ginger: According to ancient Indian science of Ayurveda, ginger improves blood circulation and thus makes men more potent. Ginger is also a very useful spice when it comes to curing common cough and cold. 7. Turmeric: The Indian bride and groom are always rubbed with a fresh paste of turmeric and bathed with it before their wedding. The antiseptic properties of turmeric are well known but it also stirs desire. These are some of the best spices that act as aphrodisiacs. Do you have them in your kitchen? Read more on how to lose stomach fat on www.mamanjoonssecretpotions.com