Hidi Ho everyone,
Well I have been asked a few times, what is a easy way to get your blood pumping in the bedroom.
Of course, the easy way is porn, well it is for most red blooded males, but maybe not for all us females.
If you want to turn up the heat in the bedroom forget about making a mad dash to the pharmacy for a wonder drug or potent potion, and head to the supermarket instead. Here are some of the often over-looked aphrodisiacs that should be on your next shopping list...
Chillies are literally the spice of life. The key ingredient is the chemical capsaicin, which gives your mood a lift by triggering the release of feel-good endorphins.
Here's an easy (and tasty!) way to kick-start things in the bedroom! Chocolate contains phenylethylamine, the chemical that your body naturally produces when you fall head over heels in love. But that's not all this tasty treat has to offer — dark chocolate can also facilitate blood vessel function and improve heart health. And since the blood vessels surrounding the heart are the same blood vessels that surround the penis that means chocolate equals more adult action!
This healthy green is high in vitamin E, which is said to stimulate hormones. So, add some to your evening meal and you will no doubt be turning off the TV and retiring early!
This is an obvious one — oysters are an aphrodisiac favourite. Packed with zinc, a mineral used to produce testosterone, they are a key ingredient in increasing the libido in both men and women.
The ancient Aztec name for an avocado was 'ahuacati', which means 'testicle', so it's no great surprise that this magical fruit is a long-heralded libido lifter. It contains zinc, which increases your testosterone levels, as well as omega-3 acids to lift your energy levels and give you a spring in your step.
Perfume is one that also may work. I know my hubbie has some awesome aftershave that does it for me. We here at Wicked also sell some gorgeous perfume and also Lure for men and women. This is a Pheromone spray. - A pheromone (from Greek φέρω phero "to bear" + hormone from Greek ὁρμή - "impetus") is a secreted or excreted chemical factor that triggers a social response in members of the same species. Pheromones are chemicals capable of acting outside the body of the secreting individual to impact the behavior of the receiving individual
And it works!!!
According to a new study, nearly half of all women under 60 have some sort of sexual dysfunction. If this is you, then recharge your lagging libido with these natural remedies…
Martha Hopkins, co-author of Intercourses: An Aphrodisiac Cookbook suggests preparing a special meal for that someone is a sure-fire way to reignite the fire. ''Cooking for somebody else says, 'I care about you' — and that's the biggest turn-on of all,'' she says.
Foods that are quick and easy to make, so that you're not exhausted by the time you're finished cooking, are the best options. Chocolate treats are one of Hopkins' favourites. Why? Because chocolate melting in your mouth triggers the same ''Mmm'' and ''Ahh'' sounds as lovemaking.
Dealing with relationship woes
''If we're upset about something, we often bring it to the bedroom with us,'' says Calee Spinncy from Indiana University's Center for Sexual Health Promotion in the US. Amy Levine, a sexuality educator, agrees, ''Not feeling supported can make any woman's libido disappear.''
Setting the mood
This is a simple one — putting on your favourite music or spraying on some of your favourite perfume can have a positive effect on your libido and get you in the mood for lovemaking.
Low sex drive can be associated with poor body image. The more confident you feel about your shape and size, the sexier you will feel.
Communicating is key
Talk to your partner, explaining your needs and even giving some helpful hints about what they can do to get you in the mood.
Make time for intimacy
The ''hurried woman syndrome'' is often to blame for low sex drive — after all, who has time to go to work, cook the dinner, drop the kids off at school and fit in quality alone time with their partner? If this is you, it's time to reprioritise and to make time for intimacy.
During mid-life women can become less sexually responsive due to decreasing hormone levels. So take your time, paying more attention to the all-important foreplay can make for bountiful bedroom action.
Rest and relaxation
Stress, fatigue, menopause and illness can all alter a woman's sex drive. If this sounds familiar, then why not try lovemaking in the morning, rather than at the end of the day, when you're weary for your day's work?!
Now....we have many 'tools of the trade' to help you also get in the mood. If you would like to see our catalogue, please check out http://www.wickedpartyplan.com.au/
Well have a awesome afternoon and a wicked night!