Antic - Aphrodisiac

Antic - Aphrodisiac

So there is the potential that at least for men, oysters may help sexual arousal. Perhaps when eaten in the quantities claimed by Casanova – up to five dozen a day – there would be a noticeable effect.
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The aromas of ginger, cayenne pepper and garlic are also known to stimulate the arousal centres in the brain, and garlic's anti-clotting properties might also affect libido by increasing blood flow to the brain and sex organs, Hourigan says.

"There's a mixture between the physical characteristics of the food and the actual chemical composition."

Duck eggs
Another popular street food in the Philippines and Laos are duck eggs, known as balut. But these aren’t the kind of eggs you keep in your refrigerator at home; these eggs contain a duck fetus that is already a few weeks into its gestation period. Looking at it is hardly appetizing, but it is filled with nutrients and is said to increase a person’s energy. If you’re lacking energy in the bedroom, this could be the snack you’ve been looking for. That said, don’t worry if you’re not stoked about any of these exotic options. Here are 19 natural aphrodisiac foods that are already in your kitchen.

Cobra blood
There is no scientific data supporting the claim that cobra blood increases desire or virility, but many people in Asian countries, including China and Vietnam, believe that drinking a glass of cobra blood heightens a man’s strength and libido. Because the snake is revered by people of these nations, they believe that the strong qualities of the cobra will be transferred to you if you drink its bodily fluids. Some drink it straight, while others mix it in with rice wine for a cocktail. Your average Bloody Mary looks much tamer now, doesn’t it? Of course, you can always try these 31 natural libido boosters instead.

So our hero set out on his final quest. With a storm brewing on the horizon, it was not long before he sighted his quarry and, miraculously, was able to maneuver his ship stealthily along side the beast. Heaving his harpoon, it sunk deep in to the fleshy bowels of the creature.

Have you heard that duct tape can be used as an aphrodisiac?
It turns "NO! NO! NO!" into "MMM! MMM! MMM!"

Antic - Aphrodisiac: So there is the potential that at least for men, oysters may help sexual arousal. The aromas of ginger, cayenne pepper and garlic are also known to stimulate the arousal centres in the brain, and garlic's anti-clotting properties might also affect libido by increasing blood flow to the brain and sex organs, Hourigan says.


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