What is an aphrodisiac? It is any factor that increases the sexual appetite. The name is an orientation of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love that arose from the bubbles of the sea when the god Cronos killed and castrated her father, throwing his genitals into the ocean. Stories and myths from the past have told us of different plants, spices, fruits, and foods that seemed to act as sexual stimulants. Together these compounds, in spite of their sources are recognized as aphrodisiacs, after the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite.
A lot of of these aphrodisiacs also have physically powerful effects and have been used in magic rituals to create contacts with gods, spirits, ancestors, past and future, during shamanic healing sessions, for prophecy, and to heal many diseases. Here 3 examples of Aphrodisiac Fruit: A wonderful little red heart, the strawberry is an edible Aphrodisiac Fruit. Touted as an aphrodisiac fruit from the time of ancient Rome, the strawberry was a symbol of Venus. (In the French countryside, there was once a custom of serving newlyweds cold strawberry soup to help encourage the aphrodisiac of honeymoon romance.) The perfect shape and size for dipping in chocolate, strawberries can be used this way as a simple tool of seduction.
Try taking a quality chocolate and melt it softly to a delicious, sweet cream. Strawberry shortcake offers a more multifaceted treat using this aphrodisiac fruit. Dish up with plenty whipped cream behind a locked bedroom door.
Mango groves were considered aphrodisiac fruit in Southeast Asia during much of history.
They were and still are considered Aphrodisiac Fruit in that part of the world; the Thai men appear to have an inflated image of their importance manhood if you get what I mean. Indian men are among the fondest of fondling the succulent Aphrodisiac Fruit. One Indian writer, maybe the victim of a fermented mango juice OD, took his matter with the grown fruit so far as to dub whole mangoes as “sealed jars of paradisaical honey.” India, it should be added, is the nation in which men are prescribed mango therapy to increase virility.
It is indefinite whether there is fact to its properties as a marvel cure or if mango healing is just a ploy to bump up mango consumption in the world’s leading mango-producing nation.
The peach an Aphrodisiac Fruit: Pulled out warm from the tree, this Southern belle’s sun-kissed fleshy tissue is considered reminiscent of a woman’s curves. In antique China, the luscious flesh satisfied from the peach’s carelessly fuzzed skin was thought to hold magical properties. In Japan, timid brides hold peach blossoms in commemoration of fertility. Poet William Fahey compared the grown, cleft, pink Aphrodisiac Fruit to the plunge of cleavage so worshiped in the paintings of the French Impressionist, Renoir. But the peach’s supreme attributes are in fact in its kiss, so to speak.
Crowded with vitamins and key nutrients, peaches present potassium, phosphorus, iron, A and C-all key ingredients to improve “performance.” Some aphrodisiacs gain their reputation from the principles of sympathetic magic, for example oysters, due to their shape. The similar issue explains the deal in the phallic-looking horn of the rhinoceros, a trade which is seriously endangering the animal.