You don’t have to wait until Valentine’s Day to stir up those warm, fuzzy and sexy feelings we all crave! These 5 foods set the mood for romance. Incorporate them into your meal or use them after dinner as enticing form of foreplay. Here they are, ready for your shopping list.
Honey is said to increase stamina and energy. Lick the sweet, gooeyness seductively off your finger — or off your Bae. Where else you put it is only limited to your imagination!
Basicaly, there’s no hard, scientific proof that chocolate is an aphrodisiac. Many women claim they’d rather have chocolate than sex so who needs science. Chocolate does contains tryptophan, which is a component of serotonin (the feel-good hormone) and a stimulant called phenylelthalamine, which is a chemical released in the brain when we fall in love. Play a game of tongue wrestling and let a square melt slowly on your tongues, or share a molten chocolate cake with your partner and enjoy the liquid sensually oozing out of the soft center.
Toy around playfully with a banana (need we point out its phallic shape?); squeeze the soft flesh of a mango or kiwi and pay close attention to the textures in both your hands and in your mouth. Better yet, feed the fruit off of or to each other as part of your foreplay.
Oysters are rich in amino acids that increases your sex hormones. Perhaps the most popular aphrodisiac food out there, oysters are slippery and wet which makes slurping them down downright sexy.
Getting down to the nitty gritty or just getting down is in order when you order truffles. Their unique scent can be a turn-on. Their aroma is similar to that of androsterone, the pheromone behind that musky man smell, which has been shown to be sexually arousing for women.