6 Common And Completely Natural Aphrodisiacs Every Woman Should Know About

Warming Spices


A warming spice is a substance that gives a hot aspect to food or drinks, and many are considered to be aphrodisiacs. Cinnamon is a very common flavour within North American foods. Found in alcohol, cereals, coffee beverages, and sweets, among others, the sharp, spicy taste is a favourite for many. Cinnamon can increase a woman's appetite for sexual pleasure, and it is consumed in many different ways such as teas, chocolate or in savoury dishes such as curry or soup. Ginger has been used for an extremely long time as a stimulant and will also create the same warm sensation in the body as cinnamon and nutmeg. Ginger root can be ground and added to honey and tea to create an aphrodisiac drink in a matter of minutes. Although Nutmeg has no clinically proven medicinal value, it is still included as an aphrodisiac due to the overwhelming anecdotal evidence available in favour of this spice. All of these spices can even enhance a woman's sexual pleasure because they can increase blood-flow in the pelvic and abdominal region of the body as well as an increased appetite for sexual activity.

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