Is the bedroom not as hot as you would like it to be? You might be saying, “not tonight honey,” more often than you would like. Stress, exhaustion, and hormonal changes can leave you feeling dull and less sexy. It’s possible that all of these things are taking a toll on your sex life.
Since a healthy sex life is a stress buster, joy inducer, and a really good way to connect in your relationship, sex isn’t something you want to let go by the wayside. The yogis will say not to overdo sex, but finding a good balance is the key. So, if you’ve been turning your partner down a little more than you’d like, it’s time to turn to some natural spices to turn the heat up.
Blood flow and body temperature are increased by this warming, slightly sweet spice. Cloves increase energy, relieve stress and anxiety, and leave you smelling sweetly scented. It improves sexual performance when they increase nervous stimulation.
Men and women’s sex drive is dependent on testosterone levels and love. They are high in vitamins and have an antiseptic and mild anesthetic called eugenol.
It is possible to add it to your ratings.
The seeds of this plant are commonly found in curries and other Indian cuisines. The spice itself has a warm, intriguing flavor. A study found that there was an increase in sexual desire and arousal by consuming the seed extract. Results also demonstrated that vaginal lubrication and blood flow improved for women.
Fenugreek has been used for decades to increase milk production, and it may help lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. The seeds can help improve cardiovascular health and overall human performance, which is very important for the bedroom. Fenugreek seeds are one of the easiest seeds to grow, and one of my favorites.
At Solluna, we love ginger. This warming herb comes from the root of the ginger plant, and it has a spicy, slightly sweet flavor and scent. Blood flow to the sexual organs can be increased by ginger. It warms you up, increases your energy, and it smells better than garlic.
Dr. Mehmet Oz listed ginger as one of his top 4 libido boosters, and it was confirmed on a recent show. The Kamasutra, India’s handbook on love and sex, mentions ginger.
It has high levels of magnesium, copper, and potassium. It has anti-nausea and anti- inflammatory effects.
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This licorice-flavored herb looks a little like celery with lacy fronds at the top. You can chop fennel stalks and add them to foods much like you would celery, or use the fronds to flavor foods. You can also grind the seeds as a spice.
There is a good reason that ancient Egyptians used fennel to increase women’s libido. Fennel can help relieve menstrual cramps. It is a miracle worker for improving sexual satisfaction for post- shirless women and decreasing symptoms of andropause in men, it is a win-WIN!
Fennel is also used to aid digestion, assist with lactation, and to loosen phlegm in bronchial passages. Okay, I admit I personally think licorice doesn’t taste great to many people, but if you like it it will be great for you to use for your benefit!
While known for being a little expensive, a tiny bit of saffron goes a long way. Large amounts can result in overdose (so don’t take it as a supplement), but a small amount can not only increase sex drive, but also sexual function.
Saffron has antioxidant qualities and supplies selenium, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. It can help out with vaginal lubrication and may act to reduce premenstrual symptoms. Saffron is also a mood booster, so next time you feel tired or “not up to it,” a small amount can leave you feeling brand new. Try making some saffron brown rice as a side dish for your next meal.
There is a list of sex-enhancement foods. People on dates avoid garlic because they don’t want to kill the mood with smelly breath when the evening turns to romance. Blood flow to your sexual organs can be improved by the high levels of allicin in garlic, even if it makes your breath smell bad.
So what is more important? parsley is always for your breath.
Garlic is also great for your heart, and it has antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties. For the perfect dish for your next date night, try out Solluna’s quinoa stuffed peppers.
The ancient healing art of Ayurveda recommends that cardamom be used for low libido. Blood flow to the male and female sexual regions is increased by the high levels of cineole contained in this spice.
Cardamom increases energy and relieves fatigue, this can help you when you are feeling exhausted or stressed.Cardamom also balances doshas (Ayurvedic body energies) and has detoxifying properties. Put cardamom in your home-made chai teas with Solluna’s recipe.
Nutmeg is a very popular libido booster in Indian culture and has been for a long time. Many people in Africa refer to nutmeg asViagra for women. The researchers at the Aligarh Muslim University tested nutmeg as an aphrodisiac and found that it did increase sexual behaviors. It is a great addition to the sweet potatoes.
It’s logical that hot peppers will cause a bit of a commotion in the bedroom. Hot peppers like cayenne and similar ones increase metabolism and blood flow to sensitive areas, and they also heat up the body.
Eating cayenne may also give you an attractive, flushed appearance, which may help heat things up for your partner, as well. Cayenne may also be beneficial to heart health and could help you lose weight by firing up your metabolism.
Make our sex time merry with CayENNE.
The scent of this herb increases sex drive and it has a pleasant taste. Italians call Basil “Kiss me Nicholas,” and ancient Greeks served basil to horses before they bred them. Basil is said to have sex- boosting properties, so take a whiff and see if it doesn’t get you in the mood.
Enjoy the Results
You will be able to have a healthier sex life and reduce stress if you learn more about these natural herbs and spices. You can incorporate them into your diet and enjoy the results.
There are many ways to use these spices, and we have a lot of recipes that you can try. We will thank you and your partner.
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