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Fruity Aphrodisiacs

by Olessia Kantor
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Sexuality Sexual Appetite Fruit Aphrodisiacs Sex

Pomegranate juice has been studied and results showed increased levels of testosterone. This is one of the hormones that stimulate sexual appetite. The great thing about a healthy food like a pomegranate is that it has residual benefits, like helping to increase sensitivity in the sexual organs, making it more likely that you’ll pursue your partner and try to initiate some activity.

Strawberries are a perfect little red heart. Touted as an aphrodisiac fruit since the times of ancient Rome, the strawberry was a symbol of Venus. Strawberries contain more vitamin C than any other berry. They also contain a good amount of potassium, folic acid and some iron and fiber. So strawberries can aid in boosting an otherwise lowered libido by providing essential vitamins and minerals needed to supply energy and keep the fires burning.

Figs are the ultimate paradox in sensual food; their many seeds represent fertility while their leaves are associated with modesty. Rumored to be Cleopatra’s favorite fruit, the erotically shaped fig has been associated with sexuality in almost every culture. In Ancient Greece, where they were believed to be a symbol of love, the arrival of a new fig crop elicited a copulatory ritual.