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Ginger --Zingiber officinarum
-- South Asia - stimulant, rootstock eaten or made into tea.
-- Has hot qualities, heats like fire in the body.
-- Medicinal Action and Uses
-- Stimulant, carminative, given in dyspepsia and flatulent colic excellent to add to bitter infusions; specially valuable in alcoholic gastritis; of use for diarrhoea from relaxed bowel where there is no inflammation.
-- Ginger Tea is a hot infusion very useful for stoppage of the mensesdue to cold, externally it is a rubefacient.
- Liquorice is famous for creating balance and synergy in herbal formulas.
- It also acts on the glands, especially the adrenals to optimize hormone levels.
- The adrenals produce sex hormones and are directly involved with a healthy sex drive.
- Lowered adrenal function can lead to loss of libido, less energy and poorer sexual response.
Mace and Nutmeg --Myristica fragrans
--Asia, Africa Aphrodisiac The nutmeg tree is a wide evergreen, native to the Spice Islands of Indonesia.
-- However, it has been used in India as a spice and medicinally as early as 700 BC.
-- Mace and nutmeg are two different spices from the same fruit. Nutmeg is the dried kernel and mace the dried shell which surrounds the seed.
-- Nutmeg is more aromatic, sweeter and more delicate than mace and it is believed to impart strength and enhance sexual prowess.
-- It is used in love magic.
-- The main component is myristicin, the base of the "love drug" MDA or ecstasy. Ingest: seeds, nuts, mace or oil
Mustard --Brassica nigra
-- Stimulant, irritant, ground seeds and plant promote virility, therefore monks were forbidden to eat mustard.
Parsley --Petroselinum crispum
-- North Africa- A strong irritant in high doses, ingested as spice, decoction made from its roots.
-- The irritation can cause an abortion, but can be also sexually stimulating.
-- Stalk used for love magic, root is mixed into witch flying ointments intended to induce erotic energy.
-- Condiment, medicine, aphrodisiac, has been a highly prized spice since the most ancient times.
-- Its earliest archaeological evidence dates back 9,000 years ago to a site in Mexico.
Pepper --Piper nigrum
-- South Asia - stimulant, love magic agent, contains alkaloids-- has irritating effects on mucous membranes.
-- Cubeb pepper (Piper Cubeba) has substances that stimulate the sex drive.
-- For colds and flu, it can be taken as a steam inhalation, combined with eucalyptus or marjoram.
-- Therapeutic Use: Not compatible with homeopathic treatment.:Circulation : anemia, poor circulation
-- Muscular problems : arthritis, aches and pains, rheumatism, stiffness
-- Respiratory system :catarrh, chills
-- Digestive system :colic, constipation, diarrhoea, flatulence, heartburn, loss of appetite, nausea
-- Immune system : colds, flu, infections, viruses
Rosemary --Rosmarinus officinales
-- North Africa- strong erotic effect upon the skin, ingested as spice, added to bath or wine.
-- Contains essential oil with psychotropic effect.
-- In large quantities can be abortifacent.
Saffron --Crocus sativus
--Asia, North Africa
-- has hot and dry qualities, stimulant or inebriant depending on dosage, sun dried filaments ingested stimulates sexual desires for women.
-- Essential oil evokes long, distinctive orgasms. In high doses saffron oil is abortive and toxic.
-- Its additional curative powers have long been known to help digestion, rheumatism and colds.
Vanilla --Vanilla planifolia
--Central America - stimulant, ingested as a tincture, together with cocoa and arrow root -- Ground vanilla beans are very easy to use. You need just a little amount to add excellent vanilla flavor.
-- For example, you can add a teaspoon to coffee before brewing to make a whole pot of vanilla flavored coffee.
-- It is also great in tea, Crème Brulée, and ice cream.
-- *1/2 teaspoon of ground vanilla beans is approximately the equivalent of 1 teaspoon extract..
-- Is obtained from the ever-so extincting musk deer called the Kasturi Mriga.
FlowersWild Rose Shrub
-- Erotic stimulant, especially for women, love magic, rose petals used in tea or love potions.
Wood Rose (Argyreia nervosa) Hawaii
-- A vine plant, psychodelic, magical agent, seeds contain the indole alkaloids lysergic acid amide and ergoline both of which cause euphoriant and aphrodisiac effect.
Sunflower (Helianthus annus)
-- Central America, later worldwide
-- stimulant, flower petals made into tea. Contains chlorogenic acid, and vitamin E which has sexually stimulating effect.
-- Lonicerus suggested cooking the fresh petals in oil and eating them with salt and pepper and it has great power for marital works.
-- Also used as a remedy for rheumatic and intestinal diseases.
Prickly poppy (Papaveraceae, Agremone mexicana)
-- Narcotic, herbage smoked.
-- Was one of the best remedies of Mayas and Aztecs as analgesic.
-- The dried leaves and flowers are smoked as an aphrodisiac.
-- The plant contains two alkaloids with slight narcotic effect.
Morning glory ( Flowers Ipomoea violacea) America
- strong psychedelic, plant of prophecy, seeds ingested. Seeds were considered the home of God and used in pre Columbian times for gynecological problems, divinatory and religious purposes.
-- Seeds contain lysergic acid derivatives that cause uterine contractions
-- Seeds are eaten in large numbers to achieve the psychedelic effect. CAREFUL!! Seeds are coated with a poisonous herbicide.
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