Ten Superfoods to Make You a Stallion in the Sack
7. Saw Palmetto Saw palmetto extract is a product of the saw palmetto plant, a palm-like plant that bears round berries that were a staple food of southeastern Native Americans, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. The extract is the most common herbal treatment for enlarged prostate in men, and animal studies indicate that it can even inhibit tumor growth. Studies show that saw palmetto may have anti-androgenic activity, which means it may increase testosterone levels in addition to its other health-promoting effects. It's available in tea form, but its active components are not water soluble, so it's best to take it in capsule form.
6. Watermelon In addition to its sexy, fleshy, pink appearance, watermelon contains naturally-occurring L-citrulline, an amino acid similar to the ones present in Viagra in a more concentrated synthetic form. This organic substance increases blood flow by relaxing blood vessels, promoting engorgement and lubrication of tissues. L-citrulline is converted by the body's enzymes into arginine, which may dilate clitoral blood vessels and facilitate blood flow to erogenous zones.
Here's one for the ladies: papaya contains phytoestrogens, which are said to have positive effects on women's sexual health and to increase libido. The fruit also has a sexy squishy texture (and a very vaginal appearance).
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4. Celery In a Men's Health article, Dr. Alan Hirsch, M.D. said that chewing a stick of celery immediately releases sex phermones androstenone and androstenol into the mouth, throat, and nose, where they boost arousal in the man who's munching. This stimulation causes the man's body to produce scents and signals that women will be chemically drawn to.