Archive for the 'Natural Aphrodisiacs' Category

Top 9 Natural Aphrodisiac Foods

Author: Carla Fiscina
March 11, 2013

Aphrodisiac FoodsDespite the fact that many of us do not actually believe in the powers of natural aphrodisiacs, a great deal of experts say that by using known spices, herbal remedies, or natural aphrodisiac foods we can successfully improve our sexual life, increase our libido and improve our fertility. Natural aphrodisiacs have been known and used for many centuries, and their properties are tested by our great grand moms and many previous generations. All you need to know is what foods can play a role of natural sex drive stimulants, and how to use them correctly in order to awaken the desire of yours or your partner. There is plenty of information available online, and in this article I’d like to present you the top 10 natural aphrodisiac foods recommended by Marioul Pugoy, a natural food guru and a founder of Sadhana Pty Limited, an Australian organic food company. Read the rest of this entry »

Pistachios Can Boost Male Strength

Author: Carla Fiscina
January 17, 2012

PistachiosPistachios are a very common type of nuts, and health benefits of pistachios are really numerous. This natural food is rich in proteins and fiber, thus, it is good for our digestion and weight management. Pistachios have good amounts of healthy fats and can assist us in preventing a great deal of cardiovascular problems. According to the findings of a study, the men who are consuming pistachios are better in bed! It was found out that those men who eat as much as 100 g of pistachios on a daily basis have decreased chances to suffer from erectile dysfunction and related problems. Read the rest of this entry »

Patchouli Essential Oil

Author: Carla Fiscina
April 18, 2011

patchouli oil benefitsPatchouli oil (also known as puchaput or patchouly) is a thin essential oil with very strong spicy and earthy aroma, extracted by steam distillation from young leaves of Pogostemon cablin, a bushy plant native to India and Malaysia. The color of this aromatic oil varies from dark brown to light yellow. Due to its beautiful exotic and long lasting fragrance, this oil is very commonly used in perfumes and fragrances, as well as in household, mainly as an aromatic agent and for protection against insects. It was very popular in the UK since the Victorian times when it was the best agent to protect the merchandise and other things from moths. Read the rest of this entry »

Health Benefits Of Fennel Tea

Author: Carla Fiscina
March 4, 2011

fennel tea benefitsFennel (Foeniculum vulgare) has got its place among the healthiest foods on earth. It’ s a hardy perennial herb with small yellow flowers, which originates from Europe (the Mediterranean region) and has a very long history of being used as a natural digestion aid by many early civilizations. In Ancient Rome and Greece, this herb was involved in many traditional rituals and celebrations as a symbol of nature.  Also, fennel tea benefits were known and utilized in Ancient Egypt, and Indian or Chinese herbalists used fennel to cure snake and insect bites. Nowadays, the US is a world’s leader in fennel cultivation and production. The fennel herb is widely used in culinary for spicing various meals, especially fish. Read the rest of this entry »

Orange Essential Oil

Author: Carla Fiscina
January 12, 2011

orange essential oilOrange essential oil is a type of sweet and very delicate oil with thin consistency extracted from Citrus sinensis. This oil plays an important role in aromatherapy and has been used since very early times in Traditional Chinese Medicine. In our times, orange essential oil is widely used for flavoring bakery, candies and other products. This oil is considered to be very safe and non-toxic, so it can be successfully used even for infants and children who can enjoy numerous benefits of orange oil: starting from preventing respiratory problems like colds and the flu and ending with increased ability to learn new things and becoming better team members. Read the rest of this entry »

October 16, 2010

coriander health benefitsCoriander (Coriandrum sativum) is a herb with very beautiful white flowers and leaves resembling parsley leaves. It is native to Europe, southwest Asia and North America (where it is also known as cilantro). Coriander is a far relative to carrots and it’s been cultivated since the Neolithic era. Coriander health benefits were known in Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greek and Roman Empires, and since those times coriander leaves, roots and fruits are used for various herbal remedies, as well as for making pickles and spicing sausages. Read the rest of this entry »