It comes from the greek goddess of love “Aphrodite”. There are arguably, certain foods, scents, music, drinks, and behaviours which can increase or promote the desire to be sexual and/or sensual. Some people say that “aphrodisiacs” are merely a placebo, because people THINK they will work. Some find out certain things make their sensuality more heightened, which could also be coined a fetish.
My favourite Sexy ingredient is an avocado Okay, so now that you’re in the mood and have all your muscles functioning for the action that lies ahead, it’s time to prepare for the main course. Don’t let that sexy tomato get lonely; add a side of avocado. The texture of the inside of this fruit is as delicate and soft as some body parts, and you can eat it or rub it on each others skin. In addition to its sensuous texture, the avocado also has a sensuous function. The high-quality Vitamin E content of this super-food can boost the state of arousal and intensity orgasm. From start (foreplay) to finish (orgasm), this little green love goddess has you covered!
Common items related to this term: Arugula, Artichokes, Asparagus, Chocolate, Eggs, Ginkgo biloba, Ginseng, Honey, Mangos, Oysters, Spanish fly, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Truffles and Walnut oil.
Angelina Knowing someone desires you is the greatest Aphrodisiac xx