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  GourmetSleuth - Aphrodisiac Foods & Recipes
Aphrodisiacs were first sought out as a remedy for various sexual anxieties including fears of inadequate performance as well as a need to increase fertility.
Procreation was an important moral and religious issue and aphrodisiacs were sought to insure both male and female potency.
Although it has been promoted as an aphrodisiac, most investigators feel that any clinical change in sexual powers after its use is probably due to suggestion, because stimulatory effects are elicited only with toxic doses.
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 Natural aphrodisiac food woman man female herbal aphrodisiac food
The natural aphrodisiac food and nutrition public exchange solutions puts the power of natural living strategy, innovation and performance to work for you when it comes to find life vitality and global food and nutrition opportunities.
Aphrodisiac medical information changes rapidly and while onecer and its content providers make efforts to update the content on the site, some information may be out of date.
It is an organic aphrodisiac and mood enhancer.
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 Swiss Female herbal Aphrodisiac Gallacine against low libido.
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 Aphrodisiacs by Ray Sahelian, M.D. aphrodisiac food and natural herbal aphrodisiac information
Aphrodisiac herbs, when used in combination, are just as good (actually, in my opinion, better) as Viagra or other drugs in helping with erectile function and boosting sexual stamina, libido, and performance.
In Greek mythology, an aphrodisiac was a festival, which was celebrated where Aphrodite (the Greek goddess of love and beauty) was worshipped through sexual intercourse with her priestesses.
Aphrodisiacs recipes with chocolate can be made with unsweetened chocolate, unsweetened soy milk, stevia clear liquid, vanilla extract, and cinnamon powder.
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 Wine - A Timeless Aphrodisiac - Associated Content
Aphrodisiacs in various forms have long been used to arouse sexual excitement.
Some forms that aphrodisiacs take are visual (pornography and sexy pictures), olfactory (the scent of your lover and aromatherapy), demonstrative (your partner’s touch, or the brush of a feather), and auditory (music, sexual sounds and communications).
During the 17th century, a strengthening aphrodisiac was created from adding cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, rosemary and thyme in wine and allowing it to rest for a week before straining.
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 Food to Inspire Lust: Aphrodisiacs Throughout History
An aphrodisiac, as we use the term today, is something that inspires lust.
Mandrake root was eaten as an aphrodisiac and as a cure for female infertility because the forked root was supposed to resemble a woman's thighs.
This was based on an arcane philosophy called the "doctrine of signatures." Oysters may have come to be known as an aphrodisiac only by their resemblance to female genitals.
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 Aphrodisiac, Aphrodisiacs, Natural aphrodisiacs, Herbal aphrodisiac   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 Aphrodisiac Summary
An aphrodisiac is an agent which acts on the mind and causes the arousal of the mood of sexual desire.
Turtle eggs, eaten raw with salt and lime juice, are also said to be an aphrodisiac, leading to the poaching of many turtles, which are cut up to extract their eggs.
Yohimbine (the alkaloid derived from yohimbe bark) has been said to be an aphrodisiac and is prescribed in some countries as a drug to treat erectile dysfunction.
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 Aphrodisiac Food - Aphrodisiac Restaurants London, Natural Aphrodisiac Cuisine
Aphrodisiacs are arguably important to everybody, whether you're hoping to inject some passion back into a steady relationship or are hoping to give a new love affair the best possible chance.
As a general rule of thumb when it comes to aphrodisiac cuisine, the chances are if it looks and tastes unusual someone will have tried it out on their partner.
Aphrodisiac food can be sampled at most London restaurants and is guaranteed to make choosing your food even more enjoyable.
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 Aphrodisiac food on MedicineNet.com
Aphrodisiac, a word derived from the name of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, has come to mean anything that increases sexual desire.
Century after century, cultures from around the world have touted their own recipes for igniting sexual passion, but the effectiveness of many of these aphrodisiacs may be only as good as the stories behind them.
Turns out the evidence is sparse -- and that some supposed aphrodisiacs may owe their reputations more to their smell and appearance than any sexual magic experienced by those who eat them.
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 Aphrodisiac Information on MedicineNet.com
Mandrake root was eaten as an aphrodisiac and as a cure for female infertility because the forked root was supposed to resemble a woman's thighs.
This was based on an arcane philosophy called the "doctrine of signatures." Oysters may have come to be known as an aphrodisiac only by their resemblance to female genitals.
In the same way, cocaine and amphetamines may seem to be aphrodisiacs because they stimulate the central nervous system, but they have no specific effects on sexual desire.
www.medicinenet.com /script/main/art.asp?articlekey=52008   (936 words)

  
 Aphrodisiac Food   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Many aphrodisiacs have strong psychedelic effects, and are used in magic rituals to establish contacts with gods, spirits, ancestors, past and future, during shamanic healing sessions, for prophecy, and to heal many diseases.
Aphrodisiacs are sought because of believing that they could enhance the greatest earthly pleasure that they have been given: Sex.
Mace and Nutmeg --Myristica fragrans--Asia, Africa Aphrodisiac The nutmeg tree is a wide evergreen, native to the Spice Islands of Indonesia.
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 Chocolate: Aphrodisiac or Euphamism?
It was viewed as an aphrodisiac by the Aztec's who thought it invigorated men and made women less inhibited.
The American Heritage College Dictionary defines aphrodisiac s "arousing or intensifying sexual desire...Something such as a drug or food, having such an effect" (5).
According to the Food and Drug Administration, "an aphrodisiac is a food, drink, drug, scent, or device that, promoters claim, can arouse or increase sexual desire, or libido" (2).
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 AdviceDiva.com | Aphrodisiac Dinner Date
You don't have to be a master chef to concoct a tantalizing meal, but take some time to familiarize yourself with natural foods and herbs which directly affect the senses as well as hormone and vitamin levels.
A great meal can be an aphrodisiac on a number of levels: the way it is prepared, the way it looks, the way it feels, the way it smells, the way it tastes and the way it makes you feel afterwards.
The definition of an aphrodisiac is something that arouses or intensifies sexual desire.
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 APHRODISIAC
An aphrodisiac is an agent which causes the arousal of sexual desire.
Psychoactive substances like alcohol, cannabis, or MDMA are not aphrodisiacs in the strict sense of the definition above, but they can be used to increase sexual pleasure and to reduce inhibition.
In the course of serving up and definitively evaluating these aphrodisiac finds from an historical and scientific standpoint, as far as this last is possible, it can be said at the outset that they all work or worked for someone, sometime if only because thinking made it so.
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 Is chocolate an aphrodisiac
Chocolate's reputation as an aphrodisiac originated in both Mayan and Aztec cultures over 1500 years ago.
Chocolate is made from the cocoa bean found in pods growing from the trunk and lower branches of the Cacao Tree.
After all, the most potent aphrodisiac available is the mind.
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 Discovery Health :: Aphrodisiacs
Aphrodisiacs are substances that arouse sexual desire or enhance sexual performance.
In other instances, sexual strength is assumed to come from eating foods resembling a sex organ, such as bananas and oysters because of their vague resemblance to the penis and testicles.
The psychological impact of believing that oysters, raw bull's testicles ("prairie oysters", as they are called), clams, celery, or tomatoes are aphrodisiacs is sometimes strong enough to produce, at least temporarily, greater sexual desire or performance.
health.discovery.com /centers/sex/sexpedia/aphrodisiacs.html   (487 words)

  
 Aphrodisiac Recipes
An aphrodisiac is defined as "causing or increasing sexual desire".
Many nuts and fruits such as grapes, pine nuts, ginkgo, betel nut, walnut, quince, and a fruit called coco-de-mer that closely resembles a certain part of the female anatomy and is also very stimulating when consumed.
But probably the number one aphrodisiac is your own state of mind.
www.getouttoday.com /collegelife/social/romance/aphrodisiacrecipes.htm   (689 words)

  
 Aphrodisiac
A new scandal is a-brew in D.C. An intern named Ilona Waxman has gone missing, and the congressman she has been romantically linked to, Dan Ferris from California, is the media’s target du jour.
APHRODISIAC is impressive, if a bit heavy on the long monologues, especially in Act 1, as the siblings go at it non-stop.
This tightens up for the denouement as Alma and Avery, one year later, and having learned that the body of Ilona Waxman has been identified, conjure their very own Monica in a NY coffee bar.
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 Aphrodisiac Foods - Romantic Secrets with Recipes
The first records were by the ancient Greeks in the first century, and later, Paul of Aegina gave credence to foods and their powers in the seventh century.
Aphrodisiacs or not… everyone agrees the best way to a lover’s heart is through their stomach, so we’ve included mouthwatering recipes to incorporate these aphrodisiac foods that are sure to please and impress your lover!
Oysters were first documented as an aphrodisiac food by the Romans early in the second century.
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 Food as an aphrodisiac? - TODAY: Food & Wine - MSNBC.com
One of the most celebrated aphrodisiacs, onions have been served to French newlyweds on the morning after their wedding night to restore their libidos and during the reign of the Pharaohs, Egyptian priests were prohibited from eating them.
Ginger wine was widely thought to be an aphrodisiac as it had the effect of relaxing the smooth muscles of the uterus and intestines.
While lobster and oysters are typically thought of as aphrodisiacs, many believe that all seafood — due to being light and therefore not overstuffing the stomach and digestive tract — have the same properties.
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 Aphrodisiac | Encyclopedia of Drugs and Addictive Behavior
An aphrodisiac is a substance that can be administered topically, internally, by injection, orby inhalation to stimulate sexual arousal or to enhance sexual performance.
The term is based on Aphrodite, the ancient Greek goddess of love and beauty, and it came into the English language during the early 1800s.
Alcoholic drinks have also been considered to be an aphrodisiac, since sexual behavior often occurs after "cocktails," during or after parties, or during periods of alcohol intoxication—but only if not too much alcohol has been consumed.
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 The Aphrodisiac Power of Lobster   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Some aphrodisiacs’ powers are in their nutrition; others boast phallic shapes.
But for some aphrodisiac foods their greatest power is in persuasion.
Like all foods of the sea, the lobster’s aphrodisiac history can be traced back to the ancient Greeks, who believed their goddess of love, Aphrodite, was born of the sea and that all ocean creatures were her playthings in the games of love.
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 RC Discounts - RC Airplane World - Nature's Aphrodisiac for Women
Nature’s Aphrodisiac for Women is a scientifically based formula designed to help maximize pleasure and increase desire.
Nature’s Aphrodisiac for Women contains a variety of nutrients synergistically combined to awaken a libido too frequently weakened by deadlines and responsibilities.
Nature’s Aphrodisiac for Women is the formula for women who need to balance their libido.
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 Female Aphrodisiac from Dreaming Earth Botanicals
These aphrodisiacs are aromatherapy blends that we also offer as massage oils or they can be used in diffusers or you may blend them into carrier oils or other bases.
Most aphrodisiacs also heighten other aspects of sensory experience such as sight, touch, smell, taste, and hearing and this enhanced sensory awareness contributes to sexual arousal and pleasure.
(Note: never apply aphrodisiacs or directly to the genitals or other sensitive body areas.) To "set the mood" and enhance the sensual arousal of the male or female you wish to attract diffuse the aphrodisiac blend of pure essential oils corresponding to their gender.
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 Heat up Valentine's with this Aphrodisiac Menu
So, while research hasn't proven that chocolate is a true aphrodisiac, many would suggest that being happier and in a better mood leads to better romance.
And arugula, a pungent salad green, is one of the first foods documented as an aphrodisiac (in the first century A.D.).
And the ultimate aphrodisiac may just be the one that is the most surprising.
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 Le Magazine, July 1998 - Cover Story: Aphrodisiac Prescription Drugs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In a study called "Prosexual substances: Pharmacological treatment of sexual disorders," published in Praxis (5/3, Germany, 1996), a number of drugs were discussed for their potential aphrodisiac properties, including Levodopa (L-dopa), Bromocriptine (Parlodel), Amantadine, Pergolide, Naloxone, Naltrexone and Imipramine.
More research is needed to clarify the role of oxytocin as a potential aphrodisiac in women in the presence of the sex-steroid hormones.
Maca has been traditionally used to increase energy and stamina, and as an aphrodisiac for both men and women.
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