Top Ancient Indian Aphrodisiacs Hiding in your Kitchen as per KAMASUTRA!
Aphrodisiacs! What exactly is an aphrodisiac? It is nothing but an edible food that incorporates the flavorable qualities, which in turn provides a positive impact on your Sex drive.
Centuries have passed by, but human beings have been induced with some natural love potions which would make you more confident, strong and also attractive as well. But when you hear aphrodisiac, often people of the West might think of strawberries, chocolate, and champagne. When it comes to India, it has its own so many traditional sensual foods and many of the aphrodisiacs that are famously known in the ancient world were from India.
Do you know what has been inscribed in words in the last chapter of the Kamasutra? India’s most famous handbook of love, Kamasutra, in which the last chapter describes the different plants and devices you can use to intensify your sexual life. Surprisingly, there are so many ancient Indian aphrodisiacs that you could find your kitchen. So, Let’s check out those ancient Indian aphrodisiacs in your kitchen.
SAFFRON: Did you know the slaying queen Cleopatra used to bathe in milk mixed with saffron? Yes! The reason behind this is because the Egyptians believed it had aphrodisiac properties. Kamasutra also shares this fact about Cleopatra’s belief in saffron. Further, saffron can be taken in hot milk along with its pleasing smell and helps to have calming and soothing impacts on both males and females.
ASPARAGUS: Well, The Kamasutra suggests wild asparagus paste ahead of a big wonderful night. Even the Greeks, mentioned the aphrodisiac qualities of asparagus in their love poetry. Additionally, it also helps in reducing the excess of ammonia in the body.
ASHWAGANDHA: Ashwagandha which is also known as winter cherry and poison gooseberry, belongs to the nightshade family and its roots are always have been used for medicinal purposes. Being a Sanskrit word, it is translated into “the smell of a horse” and many believe that it provides strength and stamina of a horse to the user. It is widely known for its aphrodisiac properties and is also known for increasing fertility in males. When it is consumed with milk and a pinch of nutmeg, it serves as both aphrodisiac and also helps to get a good night’s sleep.
FENUGREEK: If Ashwagandha is for men, then fenugreek is for women. It is said to help in the amalgam of various sex hormones that are responsible for the enlargement of breast in women. The presence of phytoestrogen is thus helping in boosting up the sex desires.
GARLIC: Commonly found in every kitchen, Garlic is often loaded with many medicinal properties. It is also pegged as a ‘hottest’ herb which makes you sexually aggressive. For years, it has been believed to enhance the sexual performances and also people who were in celibacy avoided it. ‘Tis the special night of yours, where you have been surrounded with the tranquil place with your loved one and inhaled with sensual pleasure… But wait, just munch down some garlic before which seems to have an ultimately driven effect on you. That’s how it works on the pleasurable time.
NUTMEG: An international aphrodisiac, Nutmeg is from the Middle East to Malaysia. “A Nutmeg can open up your heart”, A German Mystic stated. Nutmeg also assists in improving the quality of the sleep but too much of nutmeg can have side effects like nausea and dizziness.
Enhance the sensual pleasure with the help of ancient Indian aphrodisiacs from Kamasutra that are skulking in your kitchen.