"One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well." - Virginia Wolf
Love and love-making are in the air with Valentine's Day fast approaching, and foods with aphrodisiac properties are a unique way to spice up your date night.
Natural aphrodisiacs have been used for centuries in European, Asiatic, and Arabic cultures. Everything from chocolate to honey to vanilla have been said to increase sexual desire.
Taste and smell are powerful senses that can affect our hormones, which are at the heart of our libido. Stress and tension can also diminish libido. Finding a balance between simultaneously relaxed and stimulated mental and physical states creates the perfect backdrop for romance.
Ginger has been valued over cultures and centuries as a powerful aphrodisiac and fertility enhancer. Called "The Universal Medicine" in Ayurveda, lovers have long relied on ginger's internal fire-enhancing properties to heat things up.
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