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Squash --Cucurbita pepo--America
- Diuretic, invigorator, seeds eaten and aphrodisiac for women.
Sweet Potato --Ipomoea batatas
-- Central and South America - invigorator!
-- Excessive consumption stimulates the woman's sex drive.
Sweet Potato --Ipomoea batatas
Thorn Apple --Datura species, Solanaceae
-- strong psychedelic, very erotic, plant of prophesy and witches plant.
-- Leaves or flowers brewed into tea, seeds eaten, herbage smoked.
-- All species and all parts contain highly active tropane alkaloids.
- If you want to grow these plants you have to be aware that the whole thing is toxic if eaten, seeds, flowers, leaves and roots, and that the hallucinations are not guaranteed while the risk of death is.
Wild Lettuce --Lactuca virosa
-- Europe, North America
-- Narcotic, dried sap smoked for ritual purposes and as a sexual stimulant.
-- Contains an alkaloid lactusine which has qualities that are similar to morphine.
Basil --Ocimum sanctum
-- South Asia, Europe - used as spices, medical uses Eat one leaf a day to: maintain health, prosperity, and fertility. Basil gives for an exciting sex life.
-- The popular spice basil (Ocimum basilicum) also possess aphrodisiac powers.
-- Contain essential oil, tannins and vitamins.
Cardamom - Elettaria cardamomum
--Southeast Asia - It is a stimulant especially if added to coffee. Its essential oil has an erotic effect.
-- Cardamom is a sensual spice considered to have aphrodisiac properties.
-- With a peculiar nature; it cools the body when it is hot, and warms it when it is cold.
-- Cleopatra uses to take baths in cardamom.
Cayenne Pepper Capsicum Annuum, Solanaceae
-- Middle and South America - stimulant, irritant, fresh or dried fruits eaten.
-- It heats the sexual drive. It has irritating effects on membranes and urogenital area.
-- Contains acrid substance capsicum and a lot of vitamin C. -- Avoid over dosage.
-- Cayenne Cayenne is also known as capsicum and plays a very large role in blood circulation.
-- When cayenne is ingested, it dilates blood vessels. This allows increased blood flow throughout the body, especially in the major organs.
-- The male penis benefits greatly from the ingestion of cayenne.
-- It is a widely held belief that cayenne aids in longer lasting erections, with stronger ejaculations and more intense orgasms.
-- For Men!
Cinnamon --Cinnamomum zeylanicum -- Southern Asia -- Evergreen -stimulant, spice used in food or massage oil into genitals for erotic stimulation.
Essential Oil of Cinnamon Leaf: -- Traditional Uses: Powerful antiseptic, analgesic, antiviral, antirheumatic, powerful antispasmodic anti-inflammatory, bactericidal, deodorant, expectorant, fungicidal, insect repellant, purifying, sedative (CNS, cardiac, antihypertensive) -- Skin: athlete's foot, fungal infections, dandruff, herpes, insecticide, sores -- Muscular/Skeletal: arthritis, rheumatism; muscle & joint aches & pains, injuries and sprains -- Cardio-vascular/ Lymphatic: may help to lower blood pressure, aids hypertension (MDR), recovery support after heart attack -- Immune: colds, fevers, infections as zona (herpes), chicken pox, aids recuperation from long illness -- Genito-Urinary/ Reproductive: urinary antiseptic, cystitis, vaginitis, increases urine flow -- Nervous Brain/ Mind: soothing, calming
-- SOURCE: Sheppard-Hanger Sylla, THE AROMATHERAPY PRACTITIONER REFERENCE MANUAL, Tampa, 1998
Coriander --Coriandrum sativum
-- Stimulant known since ancient Egypt and Palestine, add coriander to wine to increase the semen.
Clove --Eugenia caryophyllata
- stimulant, used as spice or oil, that has strong antiseptic and stimulating properties.
- Tonic, rejuvenates, used as a spice, magic element (to banish bad influences or vampires).
- Essential oils have antibiotic and cell-activating effects.
- Used as an aphrodisiac since the Egyptians, the Romans consecrated it to Ceres, the goddess of fertility.
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