How to make an aphrodisiac gardenCreating a Garden Aphrodisiac
The creation of an orchard or garden aphrodisiac is possible in almost any type of home, either on the floor of a large park or in pots on the balcony.
A variety of plant species that can be categorized as aphrodisiac, because further our emotional desires stimulating our appetite and sexual behavior, because a psychic stimulation or its high content of vitamins (A, D, C and E) and minerals (such as magnesium, phosphorus, iron, potassium and zinc lictina) attending our sexuality.
In this note aphrodisiac we know some varieties of plants that we cultivate in our home garden, and put into use in foods, beverages and aromatherapy, according to the occasion.
Aphrodisiac plants to grow at home
Among the most popular culinary varieties, celery is the king of aphrodisiacs for its high content of pheromones. Truffles also possess this quality, but its cultivation is more difficult. Walnuts, peanuts and almonds stimulate the sexual appetite, but its cultivation should be in the ground, and takes years to be effective.
Among the spices and herbs aphrodisiac, we include saffron, used in poultry dishes and as especiante of hot and cold drinks. Ginger, meanwhile, is a widely used in the food, either meals or drinks root. In addition to its aphrodisiac properties, it is a potent activator of the circulatory system.
Cardamom can be cultivated, waiting to take advantage flowering seeds. Also ginseng (white or red) increases libido and sexual energy, and also helps combat depression and stress.
Damiana has a stimulating effect, especially for ladies who can drink a prepared with its leaves before intimacy, perhaps with added liquor or white liquor in small quantities infusion. Meanwhile, guarana can lead perfect for an invigorating sexual tonic ingredient, but its cultivation can be difficult in some areas.
Among the flowers, jasmine is perhaps greater aphrodisiac properties, because their scent acts on the female olfactory, promoting a calming effect. Roses also play their effective role and can be used in plant or vase (by their envelopes and evocative scents), or cutting their petals for preparing baths or others.