VIVA!: Alternatively speaking...
Research by Safeway Supermarket has shown how many otherwise ordinary food products are,in fact, ancient aphrodisiacs in disguise.
The physiological effects of eating chillies -raised heart rate and perspiration -are similar to the physical reactions experienced during sex, while another fiery customer,mustard,is believed to stimulate sexual glands.
The smell of almonds is thought to spark women's passionate side, while ancient Greeks and Romans thought aniseed was a surefire turn on. Avocado was the order of the night for lusty Aztecs, whileless exotic nations opted for earthy,phallic shaped carrots.
In Egyptian times,honey was used as a cure for impotence, while modern day alternate remedies include eating pineapple,also packed with vitamin C.
Chinese culture has long prized nutmeg as an aphrodisiac and Safeway reports that more of this spice is sold in its Welsh stores than anywhere else in Britain.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Feb 17, 2004|
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