By Nancy Fagan, Author of "The
Complete Idiot's Guide To Romance"
Is it true that
common--store bought--spices double as aphrodisiacs?
People throughout history swear by the power of aphrodisiacs for
boosting the sex drive or to cure sexual problems. In recent years
studies have added credibility to these claims.
By using the spices listed below, you'll never have to worry about the
latest sexual interest or dysfunction. Just a dash in your favorite
food is all you need to do the trick.
PROBLEM-------------SPICE TO USE
Low sexual desire-------Cloves, pepper, vanilla, salt, ginger
Impotence--------------Cardamon or garlic Premature ejaculation---Cardamon
Weak climax------------Garlic Low sexual sensitivity----Saffron
In case you are wondering how long you have to wait before it takes
effect, it's quick. As a matter of fact, remember what your mom used
to tell you about eating and swimming--'Wait 20 minutes before you go
in the water.' That rule applies here too...in a different context.
© Copyright 2004 Nancy
Fagan - Published with permission
Nancy Murphy, M.S.
11622 El Camino Real, Suite 100
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Nancy Fagan, M.S., best-selling author of 'The Complete Idiot's Guide to
Romance' and 'Desirable Men: How to Find Them' has appeared on several
hundred radio and television shows including Ricki Lake, Men are from
Mars/Women are from Venus, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, The Berman &
Berman Show, FOX News. She has been featured in most major newspaper in
the United States and worldwide as well as regularly mentioned in the
nation's top magazines such as Ladies' Home Journal ('Can this Marriage be
Saved?'), Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Men's Health, Bride's, Seventeen, Women's
Day, Family Circle,Women's Own, BBW, Complete Women and dozens of others.