Chillies produce endorphins, which are the happy chemicals of the body. Continue reading


Aphrodisiac: Basil


Basil was once (and in some cultures still is) considered among the earth’s most noble and sacred plants. The plant is said to have originated in Asia, but has been used extensively in Europe. The Greeks called the herb “basilkohn” which means royal. In Roman times, basil was a symbol of love, and was sometimes called “l’herbe royale”. Continue reading

Aphrodisiac: Pineapple


Pineapples are a great summer fruit as they help cool you off and refresh you. They are also great because they are a natural way to make your sexual fluids taste sweeter for oral sex as they were popularized by their ability to make the male’s semen sweeter. Other benefits include pineapple’s delicious flavor and you can use them romantically as you are kissing your partner or for desert along with a combination of other aphrodisiacs. Health-wise, pineapples offer anti-oxidant protection and immune support