10 Foods to Put You in the Mood

This Valentine’s Day, prepare a meal for your man that not only tantalizes the taste buds but entices the mind and body. Whip up a dish featuring a few of these top aphrodisiac foods to ignite a fire that will burn all night long.

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Oysters
Belief in their aphrodisiac power having carried throughout centuries, oysters have high levels of zinc, which increases libido. Though they may be a little difficult to swallow, thousands of believers will tell you the challenging texture is well worth it.

Chocolate
Romance and chocolate have always been a sexy pair and it’s no wonder, as chocolate causes a release of endorphins which affect the pleasure centers of your brain. That happy, euphoric feeling you get when you enjoy your Valentine’s Day box of chocolates isn’t just because he didn’t forget to get you a gift.

Asparagus
Forget about the funny smell asparagus gives your pee, there’s a way better side effect of this delicious and nutritious veggie. Potent not just in flavor but in vitamins A, C, and E as well as potassium, thiamine, and folic acid, asparagus is believed to boost your orgasm to stratospheric heights.

Chilies
Spicy hot and sexy to boot, add chilies to your Valentine’s Day dish and feel the temperature rise. As your endorphins kick into high gear, they’ll be no stopping you in the bedroom.

Almonds
An easy way to spruce up any salad or chicken dish, almonds are the aphrodisiac you never expected. With a heavy dose of essential oils, they may help support a strong sex drive.

Goji Berries
Sweet as candy — especially when they are paired with chocolate — and healthy, too. Goji berries are packed with many essential vitamins and it’s been reported that eating them may increase sexual arousal.

Bananas
Phallic shape aside, bananas can do wonders for your sex life. Rich in potassium and vitamin B, bananas provide some of the important vitamins and minerals necessary for your body’s production of sex hormones.

Ginseng
Yes, the herb known for its restorative properties as well as playing a part in health and longevity may also play a part in vitality. Brew up some ginseng tea to sip after dinner.

Pumpkin Seeds
Not just a yummy fall treat, pumpkin seeds are a wicked aphrodisiac, as well. The high levels of zinc and fatty acids found in pumpkin seeds have been found by some to increase their sex drive and stamina.

Truffles
I’m not talking about the ones that come in a heart-shaped box. The decadent and rare mushroom has powers that go beyond its epicurean delight. Truffles have chemical properties which heighten your sensitivity to touch, making every brush of his fingertips and kiss of his lips absolutely amazing.

“The Bombshell Mommy” is written by Abigail Blank, romance author and mother of three. Frozen Heart and its sequel, Melted Tears, are published under her pen name: Annabelle Blume. Got a question about how to juggle it all and still be a Bombshell? Email Abigail at thebombshellmommy@gmail.com, connect with her on Facebook, follow her on Twitter @Bombshell_Mommy and look for her on Pinterest.

 

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  1. Patri Hildreth says:

    10 Foods to Put You in the Mood

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