Mz. JewCee believes that aphrodisiacs do exist! What is an aphrodisiac you may ask…? The definition that Mz. JewCee feels is within the realm of the Erotic world would be: “An aphrodisiac is a substance that increases sexual desire, sexual pleasure, or sexual behavior.” There are a variety of substances that can be utilized, but today Mz. JewCee would like to discuss ~ CHOCOLATE!
From the spectrum of colors ~ to the smell ~ to the texture ~ to your consumption – Chocolate can arouse your Erotic senses in a way that is sensual as well as tasty. There is actual research that leans towards chocolate being an aphrodisiac.
One of the properties of chocolate is theobromine. Theobromine works on the central nervous system to make one feel stimulated and excited. Another component would be tryptophan, which is a building block of serotonin, a brain chemical involved in sexual arousal. Chocolate contains L-arginine, an amino acid that can be an effective natural sex-enhancer for both women and men. It works by increasing nitric oxide and promoting blood flow to your sexual organs, which increases sensation, satisfaction and desire.
The texture of Chocolate ~ smooth and creamy ~ fluid in motion ~ aroma that engulfs your entire being – are just a few of the ways that chocolate can be described. When you close your eyes and bite into a piece of chocolate, the weight of your day seems to ease away. A sigh slips from your lips as you begin to chew and savor the deliciousness that delights your taste buds.
Although the pleasure of chocolate ‘appears’ to be confined to the sweetness of candy…Mz. JewCee also knows how intriguing and stimulating the Chocolate of our Melanated skin can be…metaphorically speaking of course. WE are intoxicating with our varying shades of ebony hues. Our scent is unique and our taste exquisite. The sweat glistens off of our skin as if kissed by droplets of tears. The thickness of our thighs ~ the brown milk of life that flows from our breasts ~ the strength of our backs to carry the load of our heritage and the fullness of our hips so that we may bear the Kings and Queens of the world.
This post is not just about the sweetness of the candy, but the recognition of our strength ~ the color of our skin! From the contrast of light and dark skinned men and women intertwined in a never ending embrace to the contours of our bodies while standing naked for all to see. WE too are aphrodisiacs’ ~ in every sense of the word!
The smoothness and beauty of our skin. The ability to have so many varieties to choose from…WE are truly “…like a box of chocolate.” Now, savor your sweetness…
Nothing quite like putting 2 of Mz. Jewcee’s FAVORITES things together… FOOD & SEX!
When is the last time you had some chocolate poured on you? …some whipped cream licked off of you? …wrapped his dick in a fruit roll-up and sucked away? ….these are just a few ways to combine food and sex. But let’s take it a step further. Let’s find the foods that actually benefit Enhancing the Romance. …for the sake of argument we are going to start with the 19 Mz. Jewcee found…and you can add your own as you go!
Oysters – One of the most notorious aphrodisiacs, oysters are high in zinc and have a reputation for being great for love and fertility.Researchers recently found that oysters contain amino acids that trigger production of sex hormones.
Chili Peppers – This invigorating spice has an exotic reputation and a bright red color, which could be why it’s considered an aphrodisiac and a symbol of love. But there’s scientific backing, too. Chili peppers stimulate endorphins (the brain’s feel good chemicals), speed up heart rate and make you sweat, which all mimic how you feel when you’re aroused,
Avocado – It could be the sensuous pear shape, or therich flavor of the fruit that gave avocado its aphrodisiac reputation as far back as the Aztecs. And while the jury is still out on just how lust-ful avocados are, Barbara Klein, professor of food and nutrition at the University of Illinois, told the California Avocado Commission that the fruit’s high levels of vitamin E could help keep the spark alive because of its role in maintaining “youthful vigor and energy level.”
Chocolate – Chocolate is sensual, from its taste to its aroma, but dark chocolate has also been shown tocause a spike in dopamine, which induces feelings of pleasure.
Banana’s – With its phallic shape, bananas alreadylook like a feel-good food; but they also contain bromelain, an enzyme which Oz says triggers testosterone production, and the fruit’s potassium and vitamin B elevate energy levels.
Honey – Honey is made through pollination and is a symbol of procreation. Birds and bees ring a bell? In fact, the word ‘honeymoon’ got its name from mead, an alcoholic beverage made from honey given to the happy new bride and groom. It also containsboron, which helps regulate estrogen and testosterone levels and provides a natural energy boost.
Coffee – The caffeine in coffee is a stimulant that ups the heart rate and makes the blood flow.One study conducted with female rats and published in the journal Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior suggested that coffee could put women in the mood for sex.
Watermelon – According tocom, this ‘lycopene king’ may have a Viagra-like effect on the body, as it relaxes blood vessels and improves circulation.
Pine Nuts – High in energizing zinc, which has beenlinked to a healthy sex drive, pine nuts are also considered aphrodisiacs because of the effort required to procure these oily gems from pine cones. Make a pesto with pine nuts, basil and olive oil, which The Doctors say also helps performance down there.
Arugula – According to gourmetsleuth.com, this peppery plant has been documented as an aphrodisiac since the first century A.D. The minerals and antioxidants found in dark leafy greens like arugula have also been proven to block environmental contaminates that could negatively harm libido,says Walt Larimore MD, a medical journalist, author, and physician.
Olive Oil – Packed with antioxidants, olives and their oil have been used for centuries for health. The Greeks believed they made men more virile as well. Olive oil is a good source of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which are critical for a healthy heart, blood flow and hormone production,says Beverly Whipple, of the World Association of Sexology.
Figs – Used by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, the fig paradoxically symbolizes both sexuality (the ripe fruit with seeds representing fertility) and modesty (the fig leaf). They are full of potassium and are an antioxidant powerhouse.
Strawberries – Feed them to each other for a healthy, vitamin C-packed dessert thathelps keep blood flowing to all regions of the body.
Artichokes – This veggie’s aphrodisiac reputation comesmostly from legend and the intimacy of eating it with another, pulling off the leaves to reach the center. But it is packed with vitamins and antioxidants, which are critical to proper body function and blood flow.
Chai Tea – Skip the coffee after dinner and reach for a cup of chai tea. The typical spices in this brew-ginger, cloves and cinnamon-willget the blood flowing but the caffeine effect is less so you’ll still be able to drift off to sleep after your meal.