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Monday, May 30, 2011

Sexual Stimulation Effect of Food Items


1. Almond

A symbol of fertility for thousands of years, almonds are high in libido-boosting vitamin E. The sweet fragrance of almonds has been said to arouse passion in women, which explains the abundance of almond-flavored lotions, perfumes and soaps marketed toward the ladies.

2. Aniseed

This is an outstanding and long-proven sexual aphrodisiac, passed down from the Greeks and the Romans many thousands of years ago. It has many tasty culinary uses. Suck on the seeds to increase your sexual fantasy, desire, and libido.







3. Arugula
Arugula has been grown in the Mediterranean area since Roman times and has been known as a potent aphrodisiac. Often used in salads and pasta dishes, this amazing leafy green has a rich and peppery taste and stimulates a seductive, sensual feeling upon its ingestion.





4. Asafetida
This is a dried, powdered herb from India well-known for its intense sexual stimulation effect. It is often used in Ayurvedic medicine. If you can stand its strong, garlicky flavor, then you, and your lover, are in for a special aphrodisiac treat!



5. Asparagus
It's phallic shape and characteristically strong fragrance in the urine after ingestion are what set this vegetable apart from the rest. Feed your lover some steamed spears of asparagus tonight, and you'll be in for an ultimate sensuous experience.





6. Avocado
The Aztecs called the avocado tree "Ahuacuatl ", meaning "testicle tree". Avocados hanging in pairs on the tree do resemble the male's testicles. Avocados have a sensuous texture and are high in EFA’s and B-vitamins for hormone balance, and rich in folic acid which is good for your heart and boosts your sexual energy.







7. Bananas

From its obviously phallic and erotic shape, the banana easily connotes sexuality. From a practical standpoint, bananas are rich in potassium and B vitamins, which are important in the production of sex hormones. Bananas are also full of chelating minerals, which help the body absorb essential nutrients and therefore can boost the male libido. So ladies, feed your man a banana each day!



8. Basil

Basil is a wonderful herb that is known to stimulate sex drive in men and boost fertility in women. It stimulates the release of chemicals responsible for a general sense of well-being, erotic energy, increased virility, and sexual stamina in both sexes.



9. Cardamom
This is a sensual spice from India. It has an erotic texture and taste due to its high cineole content. Cineole stimulates the nervous system and sexual organs in both men and women.













10. Carrots

More than an aid to good eye sight, carrots have been used for many years as a stimulant to the male sex drive. Due to its phallic shape and firm body, the carrot can seduce, stimulate, and bring out the lust in both men and women. Get your fill of essential vitamins and beta-carotene--along with a tantalizing and orgasmic experience when you take a bite into this orange stick.

11. Celery

This common vegetable contains andresterone, which stimulates the release male sex hormones. Celery gives men that natural and subtle "sexy guy smell" that turns on some ladies and make them go wild in the bedroom.







12. Chili Peppers

The capsaicin in hot chili peppers releases endorphins and stimulates sexual urges. If you enjoy hot foods, then you will surely enjoy the sexual excitement that comes with all that sweat and nerve ending stimulation!









13. Chocolate

Always a lady’s favorite. Dark chocolate with a high cacao content contains natural stimulants and well-being chemicals such as theobromine, plus plenty of magnesium which is good for your lady's heart and her libido. So guys, start melting, pouring and licking some chocolate tonight!



14. Coffee

Rich dark coffee stimulates your heart, wakes up your mind, and prepares the rest of your body for an all-nighter. Coffee is well known for its stimulant effect, which can help spice up your evening. Add a little cream for a smoother, more sensuous taste that will surely add a passionate spark to your sex life.

15. Coriander

This cilantro seed carries the power of appetite and sexual stimulation. Known for its aphrodisiac effect for thousands of years, coriander has been hailed as one of the cures for male infertility and impotence.













16. Fennel

Fennel is an excellent source of natural plant estrogens. Thus, the Egyptians have used it for thousands of years as a potent aphrodisiac to enhance sexual libido in women of child-bearing age.





17. Figs

A juicy open fig mimics the female sex organs and is therefore an absolutely erotic fruit which serves as a powerful sexual stimulant. A man breaking open a juicy fig and licking it in front of his lover is a seductive and erotic act that will undoubtedly heat up the moment of the night.



18. Garlic

The "heat" in garlic is said to flame sexual desires. The bulb is incredibly high in allicin, a compound that increases blood flow, leading to increased sexual stamina and wild erotic energy. Make sure you and your partner share it together for best results.

19. Ginger







The "heat" from ginger stimulates your circulation, makes you sweat, increases your heart rate, and turn you on. The spicy taste of raw, cooked or crystallized ginger will definitely turn up the heat in your bedroom tonight!







20. Ginkgo Biloba

This is a sexy herb that will surely inspire your sexual energy. It is known to improve blood circulation, increase your body heat, and stir up your wild side in the bedroom. Need I say more?







21. Ginseng

This is a very popular root that has been used for many centuries in China to increase energy, sexual stamina and desire in both men and women. Next time when you have tea, order ginseng tea. It will undoubtedly boost your sex hormone levels and turn on the heat in bed.





22. Goji Berries

Goji berries are a potent sexual aphrodisiac in Asia. They have a tart and exciting taste, and eating them will improve your mood and sense of well-being. They also stimulate testosterone production in men, which leads to increased sexual arousal and libido.





23. Honey


Honey is produced by honeybees harvesting nectar from flowers, so it does a lot to encourage sexuality. Honey is a great source of boron, which stimulates estrogen production in women and testosterone production in men. Many medicines in historical times were based on honey--including cures for sterility and male impotence.




24. Leafy Greens

Dark leafy greens facilitate the metabolism of estrogen, which is a female sex hormone essential for maximizing female sexual energy and libido. Ladies, eat at least one serving of salads daily, and you will surely feel great, look amazing, and become an A+ lover!







25. Licorice

Chewing on the licorice root has been shown to enhance love and lust according to ancient Chinese practices. The essence of this root is about 50 times sweeter than table sugar, which explains why it is an incredible energy booster and a potent libido raiser.





26. Maca

This Andean root is the essence of sexual health and stamina. It has been used in Peru since the times of the Inca to increase strength, sexual energy and libido. It is great for balancing sex hormones and increasing sexual libido in both men and women.





27. Mustard

The sexual glands in both men and women can be stimulated by eating mustard. Increase your sexual desire and pleasure by adding a little mustard to your food when the mood is right. This will turn on the heat from the inside out as your sexual glands get aroused and stimulated to their peaks.









28. Nutmeg

Nutmeg is a subtle spice that surprisingly acts as a potent sexual stimulant for some women. Adding a little of nutmeg to your favorite vegetable soup can bring out the flavors of the vegetables and enhance your lady's sex drive.





29. Oysters

The oyster resembles the female genitalia, and this is why it has been considered an aphrodisiac by the Romans for thousands of years. Oysters are also very rich in protein and zinc, both are important in testosterone production and sparking the male's sexual drive.





30. Pine Nuts

Bodybuilders know pine nuts well, as they are a zinc powerhouse. Zinc is an essential chemical in the production of testosterone, which increases a man's potency and stamina. Pine nuts have been used to stimulate the male libido for thousands of years.



31. Pineapple

This is a great fruit, both in taste and function. It is used as a popular treatment for male impotence. Needless to say, a night of hot passion can begin with you feeding your man slices of this wonderfully fragrant fruit.













32. Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are high in zinc, which is great for testosterone production and stimulation of the male sex drive. Toasted pumpkin seeds are delicious and handy to set your man in the right sexual mood.











33. Saffron

One of the oldest aphrodisiacs known to mankind, the history of saffron cultivation reaches back more than 3,000 years. In late Hellenistic Egypt, Cleopatra used saffron in her baths so that lovemaking would be more pleasurable. Saffron contains more than 150 volatile and aroma-yielding compounds which stimulate the senses and increase sexual stamina and desire in men and women.





34. Strawberries

Feed your lover these "fruit nipples" and you both shall experience excellent erotic ecstasy. Strawberries are full of essential vitamins, nutrients, amino acids, and well-being chemicals that get you stimulated and ready for an erotic time in the bedroom--or the kitchen!



35. Vanilla

The seductive scent and flavor of vanilla stimulates sexual desires, love and lust. It enhances pleasure during foreplay, and it brings sexual excitement and ecstasy to lovers all around the world. Spoon- feed your lover some vanilla ice cream tonight and experience the incredible pleasure it will bring.





36. Wild Salmon

The name says it all! Wild salmon is very rich is essential fatty acids, which are needed to balance those sex hormones for better libido. Hand-feed your lover some cold slices of wild salmon with creme-fraiche and crackers tonight. You'll be glad you did!

37. Wine

Wine relaxes and stimulates your senses at the same time, and it takes away sexual inhibition as it prepares you for a romantic and erotic night. Savor the sweet and bitter taste of wine with your lips and tongue and then kiss your lover gently to allow the release of sexual energy and desire you both feel.











38. Yohimbine



Yohimbine is an alkaloid with stimulant and aphrodisiac effects found naturally in Pausinystalia yohimbe. It has been used as both an over- the-counter dietary supplement in herbal extract form and prescription medicine in pure form for the treatment of sexual dysfunction. It has been shown to be effective in the treatment of male impotence.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

10 Rules of Anal Sex

Anal Eroticism is surrounded by a powerful taboo. Yet millions of men and women - straight, gay and bisexual – are experimenting with anal sex. The anus, richly endowed with nerve endings and interconnected with the main pelvic muscles, is the closest erogenous neighbor of the genitals and contracts rhythmically during orgasm. Thirty-five years ago, Kinsey stated that the anal region had erotic significance for about half of the population. In a survey of 100,000 Playboy readers, 47 percent of the men and 61 percent of the women admitted to having tried anal intercourse.


Yet the anal taboo inhibits most people from thinking, talking and learning about the sexual use of the anus. Listed here are the ten things most men and women still do not know about anal sex.

1. Anal intercourse is the least practiced form of anal sex.

There are many ways to enjoy the anus erotically. The most common techniques include touching the anal opening while masturbating or stimulating a partner's anus during intercourse or oral sex.

Some people enjoy the sensation of a finger - their own or a lover's - insinuated into their anal opening and gently rotated. Others may prefer the insertion of a dildo or vibrator beyond the anal opening and short anal canal into the larger rectum. Many men, including heterosexuals, prefer this form of penetration.

Oral-anal lovemaking is popularly known as rimming. The very idea disgusts some people. Others enjoy performing it or allowing themselves to be probed in this special way.

2. Anal stimulation, including intercourse, is not painful if done properly.

The belief that anal stimulation, especially intercourse, has to hurt is a persistent and dangerous myth. Just as pain anywhere in the body indicates that something is wrong, so is the same true of the anal area. With its high concentration of nerve endings, the anus can produce extreme agony when it is mistreated. Yet it can be a source of great pleasure.

When a finger, object or penis is introduced into the anus, the anal muscles go into spasm, as if fighting off an invasion.

Pain will result if the partners do not wait for these muscles to relax. Under sufficient stress they will eventually collapse and the pain subsides, unless further damage is done. But, any 'pleasure' afforded from this kind of activity derives mostly from the absence of discomfort.

Maximum anal pleasure requires the elimination of all pain or physical trauma from the anal experience. Self-protection on the part of the passive partner involves being ready to say "no" until he or she is ready to proceed. Readiness is a combination of physical relaxation, usually helped along by plenty of leisurely anal touching, and desire.

Occasionally the anal muscles are relaxes, but the passive partner is still not in the mood. Stimulation should mount only in proportion to the degree of receptivity.

3. Anal sex can be enjoyed even if it has been consistently uncomfortable in the past.

Sufficient desire alone does not necessarily guarantee pleasurable anal sex. Nor is an uncomfortable previous experience always the reason for a lack of interest in or desire for anal sex.

Chronic anal tension is the most common cause of anal discomfort during sex. Hemorrhoids and constipation is usually a sign of this condition. Tension can be relieved by touching the anus and becoming more familiar with it. An ideal time to explore the anal opening is while taking a shower or bath. Deep breathing also affects the anal muscles. Tensing the anus and the letting go in another way of learning to relax it. Anyone who enjoys masturbation might want to experiment with some form of anal stimulation, though he or she should stop if any discomfort occurs.

For many people the turning point in anal sex is when they allow a partner to massage the anus with the understanding that intercourse will not be attempted. Then the recipient of anal caresses can concentrate solely on the pleasure that this erogenous zone is capable of generating.

4. Two muscle rings called sphincters surround the anal opening. Each functions independently.

If you insert a finger about one half-inch into your anus and press your fingertip against the side, you can clearly feel the two sphincter muscles. There is less than a quarter-inch between them. The external sphincter is controlled by the central nervous system - just like the muscles of the hand, for example. You can readily tense and relax this sphincter whenever you want. 

The internal sphincter is quite different. This muscle is controlled by the involuntary or autonomic part of the nervous system, which governs such functions as heartbeat and stress response.

The internal sphincter reflects and responds to fear and anxiety during anal sex. It will cause the anus to tense up automatically even if the passive partner is trying to relax. Thus, precautions about safety and comfort are essential here.

Even if a person does feel comfortable during anal sex, he or she may still need to learn voluntary control over his or her internal sphincter in order to relax it at will. Doing so requires regularly inserting a finger, perhaps in the shower each day, and feeling the internal sphincter. The muscle changes spontaneously and in response to behavior. In this instance, simply paying attention is more important than trying to relax. Anyone can gradually learn to control the internal sphincter at will.

5. Anal stimulation provides many kinds of pleasure

The highest concentration of nerve endings is around the anal opening itself. A finger can focus on them especially effectively. When an object or penis is inserted beyond the anal opening into the rectum, other pleasures are involved. The outer portion of the rectum, like the vagina, has several nerve endings. The inner portion responds mostly to pressure.

Some people enjoy the feelings of pressure and fullness once they understand that these sensations do not presage an impending bowel movement. Rectal pressure is especially important to enthusiasts of "fisting," a form of anal sex in which several fingers or even the entire hand and forearm are inserted into the rectum and sometimes into the lower colon.

In men, the prostate - which is just beyond the rectal wall, a few inches in, towards the front of the body - can be a source of pleasure when massaged by a finger, an object, or a penis. Also, the lower end of the penis, or "bulb," is near the anal opening. It is stimulated indirectly by most types of anal sex.

Anal pleasure can be psychological as well as physical. The anal taboo adds to the thrill of the forbidden. The most common anti-anal message (it's dirty!) sometimes returns as a source of raunchy, sleazy excitement. Rimming enthusiasts may enjoy the feeling that they are being disgustingly - and delightfully - perverse. Other people regard the anus as a secret, special place. Sharing it with a partner is an act of openness and giving.

6. Anal stimulation can lead to orgasm

A minority of men and women can respond orgasmically to anal sex without direct genital stimulation. Women probably do so through pelvic muscle contractions - and a small minority even though the sheer excitement of being anally penetrated. When men experience an orgasm from anal stimulation, they tend to focus on the prostate. No doubt they are also responding to indirect stimulation of the penile bulb.

Orgasms from anal stimulation are most likely to occur when the participants become thoroughly absorbed in their sensations and fantasies. An almost certain way to prevent such an orgasm is to be become determined to have one. Seeking an anal orgasm will create new pressures and disrupt the pleasure.

It must be remembered that most people require direct genital stimulation in order to climax. On the other hand, a few people have orgasms only with anal stimulation.

7. Diet contributes to the enjoyment of anal sex

Regular bowel movements are the major function of the anus and rectum. There must be sufficient fiber in a person's diet to make his or her feces soft, bulky and well formed. This allows a bowel movement to be produced without force or effort. Forced evacuations irritate anal tissues, causing discomfort and adding to muscular tensions. Fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains or unprocessed bran are important sources of fiber.

8. Different rules of hygiene apply to the vagina and rectum

Since intercourse can be vaginal or rectal, many people assume the the same rules apply for the penetration of the vagina and rectum. Although both are lined with soft tissue and are capable of expanding, they are radically dissimilar.

The rectum is not straight. After the short anal canal which connects the anal opening to the rectum, the rectum tilts toward the front of the body. A few inches in, it curves back - sometimes as much as 90 degrees. Then, after a few more inches, it swoops toward the front of the body once again. A person can learn about the shape of his or her rectum by gently inserting a soft object, trying different angles and body positions and concentrating on how it feels.
Make sure the object has a flared base so that if you loose your grip, it won't slip into the rectum and become irretrievable.

The rectum does not produce lubrication like the vagina but only a small amount of mucus. Therefore, rectal penetration always requires a lubricant. Chemical additives should be avoided. Water-based lubricants are latex-compatible.

The main function of the rectum is to act as a passageway for feces. But feces are not normally stored in the rectum except just prior to a bowel movement. Yet small amounts may remain in the rectum, especially if the feces are not well formed. Anal douching before lovemaking will help some people especially concerned with cleanliness to relax. For others the idea of dirtiness heightens the joy of the forbidden; for them, douching is anti-erotic.

9. Anal intercourse is not necessarily an act of dominance and submission.

The top-bottom imagery associated with anal intercourse is widespread. No doubt the belief that anal sex has to hurt contributes to this notion. And in fact some people are intensely excited by top-bottom fantasies about anal sex. The thought that they are submitting to such a degrading act is a terrific thrill. However, actual, not fantasized, anal pain can lead to trouble.

For others, the enjoyment of anal sex is inhibited by top-bottom imagery. The idea of surrendering control, and perhaps submitting to humiliation, causes immediate, protective tensing of the anal muscles. These individuals are more likely to relax and enjoy themselves if they can learn to regard anal sex as pleasurable rather than as an expression of power.

10. Anal sex can be perfectly safe, even beneficial.

The taboo against anal eroticism is perpetuated by the almost universal belief among physicians that anal sex is inevitably dangerous. No physical injury from anal stimulation results if both partners refuse to tolerate pain, never use force and avoid the use of drugs.

All the other risks center on sexually transmitted diseases. Each of the common STDs - gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes - can affect the anus. Intestinal parasites, bacteria or tiny bugs are usually passed along when fecal matter finds its way into someone's mouth or vagina, most likely through rimming.
AIDS has complicated the matter. The HIV virus can pass from the semen or blood of an infected person to the bloodstream of a partner through a tiny break in the rectal tissue during anal intercourse.

To avoid this risk, anal intercourse and rimming should not be practiced casually. Those who do enjoy anal intercourse should always use a condom. Rimming should always be accomplished by a latex barrier. Of course, in a monogamous relationship with two healthy people, the risk of disease transmitted anally is reduced.

Thousands of men and women with chronic anal medical problems have restored their anal health by challenging their negative attitudes. This approach is indispensable for full erotic enjoyment of the anus.