For centuries it has been said that good-quality chocolates also save your sex life. What does the science say about it? In the 19th century, sugar was not yet the main cause of diabetes and hyperactivity, but was thought to trigger sexual desire. Indeed, today, more than one food is known to boost sexual desire. But what is the truth about it? According to the today’s knowledge of science, there is no proven relationship between sugar, chocolate, spicy foods or the use of spun palms and sexual appetite in the world, neither in women nor in men.
Even if these foods would not boost the sexual desire, but they won’t cause much harm. It’s not like some of the products that say they contain the Spanish fly and actually contains only cantaride. Even it’s not proven to increase libido, but there are quite a lot scientific records of causing kidney and stomach bleeding (gastrorragia). What we definitely can’t say that it would be sexy.
Dangers of aphrodisiacs without prescription
The biggest problem with these allegedly natural desire enhancers is that they often contain a similar active ingredient such like as Viagra. Nobody could say they are natural, but if it is not pharmaceutical purity and without a doctor’s prescription, they can be very dangerous. In addition these products are often sold as simple dietary supplements. However it has occured that the prescription drugs contained more active ingredient than the therapeutic dose, which in certain diseases or the side-effect with other drugs, may not cause pleasant hours, but it could case even death.
Chocolate, sugar, ginseng can be eaten calmly for boosting the desire. if you believe it, it may even be effective at least it is not harmful. And if you really feel you have a serious problem with your libido, then you should visit a doctor who can help you while not causing permanent damage to your health.
Natural aphrodisiacs backed by science
Ginkgo Biloba is a herbal supplement derived from the Ginkgo biloba tree. Red Ginseng is another popular herb in Chinese medicine. It has been shown to increase blood flow to the peripheral organs, including the genitals. Ginkgo biloba and Giseng are generally well tolerated, but it may act as a blood thinner, also there may be side effects, which include minor gastrointestinal symptoms.
Maca (Lepidium meyenii) a sweet root vegetable is one of the few popular natural aphrodisiacs that’s actually backed by science. Most studies provided 1.5–3.5 grams of maca per day for 2–12 weeks. Tribulus terrestris also known as bindii, is an annual plant that grows in dry climates. A study found 88% of women with sexual dysfunction experienced increased sexual satisfaction after taking 250 mg of Tribulus per day for 90 days. In case of men the positive effect for men were not proved yet. Fenugreek is an annual plant also popular in Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-inflammatory, libido-boosting treatment. Pistachio Nuts help reduce symptoms of erectile dysfunction. In one small study, men who consumed 100 grams of pistachio nuts per day for three weeks experienced increased blood flow to the penis and firmer erections.
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