Aphrodisiac

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  • The Food And Drug Aspect Of Aphrodisiac

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    cultures, aphrodisiac is a legendary substance defined as any food or drug that could arouses the sexual desire and increases sexual pleasure with better performance for either male of female (Kotta et al. 2013). Aphrodisiac could trigger one’s sexual desire—libido, enhancing sex drive or sexual pleasure (Rajagopalan 2013). Active molecules crossing the blood brain barrier to promote sexual arousal through the central nervous system, which works as the regular mechanism of an aphrodisiac, according

  • Greek Mythology: Aphrodisiacs

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    Aphrodisiacs started with Greek mythology. The word aphrodisiac comes from the name Aphrodite the goddess of love and means foods that inspire lust. The sparrow was the first recorded aphrodisiac because of its association with Aphrodite and how lustful everyone believed them to be. Europeans ate sparrow brains in hopes of capturing some of this lust and using it themselves. In the 13th century St. Thomas Aquinas, a friar, wrote that aphrodisiacs provide nutrition and produce a vital spirit. Meat

  • Whether Aphrodisiacs Pose A Mental Or Physical Stimulation On The Human Body

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    Aphrodisiacs in the Body and Mind An Aphrodisiac is defined a substance such as foods, drinks, or drugs, that cause or increase sexual desire (Aphrodisiacs, n.d.). This paper will investigate whether aphrodisiacs pose a mental or physical stimulation on the human body. It has been recorded that in multiple points of history, many things were considered aphrodisiac, some of these things include potatoes. Aphrodisiacs have Greek origins, deriving from the Greek word aphryodisiakos meaning sexual

  • An Honest Review From Users ' Results

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    TestRX- An Honest Review from Users’ Results! Aging and subsequent diminished body performance is usually an inevitable stage of an individual’s life if the natural requirement that can aid in by-passing it are lacking. This brings us to testosterone which is a male hormone for enhanced overall performance, increased energy and vitality. Research and several clinical findings have confirmed that we need a regulated body level of this hormone to thrive successfully, hence the reason why several

  • The Pros And Cons Of Viconan

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    Viconan Review: Is It Really Safe? Viconan Overview Viconan is an all natural supplement that can aid men who are going through the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. The ingredients are a well combination of different herbs that were singularly known to aid men of traditional cultures. In fact two of the most prevalent ingredients of Viconan, which are TribulusTerrestris and EurycomaLongifolia (also known as TongkatAli) are two of the most potent herbs that promote harder and lasting erections. Working

  • The Power of Herbs Essay

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    eating plants, it was realized that the same plants also had medicinal uses. Plants were used as diuretics, aphrodisiacs, cold and cough remedies, pain relievers, and as many other remedies. Greeks and Romans were very fond of aphrodisiacs. "Asparagus, with it's strong aphrodisiac properties, was once a food reserved only for rulers and kings (Keller, 15). Homer made references to the aphrodisiac quality of celery in The Odyssey (Keller, 116). Herbs were used in food and potions to extend youth

  • Benefits Of St Botanica Butea Gel

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    St Botanica Butea Gel (Sexual Enhancement) St Botanica Butea Gel is a gel that is beneficial for men as it aids in sexual enhancement. It helps in increasing sexual performance and strengthening the male organ. The herbal product is 100 percent natural and does not cause any side effects. It provides complete satisfaction for enhancing sexual performance in prolonged period of time. It increases the virginity and helps in treating erection. It has been found to be very beneficial in increasing the

  • The Pathophysiology Of Depression

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    Depression is a chronic, recurrent psychiatric disorder affecting nearly 21% of the world population (Gu et al., 2014; Lai et al., 2014). According to the world health organization (WHO) reports, it will become the 4th leading cause of disability worldwide by the year 2020 (WHO, 2001; Wang et al., 2013). The monoamine theory states that the brain neurotransmitters such as 5-Hydroxytyrptamine (5-HT), Norepinephrine (NE), and Dopamine (DA) assume to play a key role in the pathophysiology of depression

  • Completely Natural Viagra

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    Natural Viagra with Only 2 Ingredients You can easily prepare a completely natural Viagra at home by using only two ingredients that are sold in all grocery stores. These two ingredients make an effective natural Viagra recipe due to their powerful aphrodisiac characteristics. In fact, Viagra is a potent drug used by men to increase sexual performance and function. However, most people buy Viagra pills in special stores, not knowing that it can be prepared at home. Ingredients: • 1 lemon • 1 watermelon

  • Natural Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction

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    Natural Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction For centuries, men have tried all sorts of treatment and natural remedies to overcome erectile dysfunction. Some tend to use over-the-counter medications, while some choose to go the natural way. Erectile dysfunction or impotence occurs when a man is unable to keep or get a penile erection during sexual intercourse. It is usual to have some difficulty in penile erection from time to time; however, when it becomes an ongoing problem it could lead to

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