is a powerful aphrodisiac, but often this is clouded by the other effects
it has on the body...Fancy an alcoholic drink?
provokes and it unprovokes; it provokes the desire, but it takes away the
performance." (Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act II, Scene III.)
drinks! The key here is moderation.
there aphrodisiacs that work:
can have aphrodisiac effects, which comes as little surprise. Many of us
having sneaked a drink in before the big date to calm nerves... but just
what does it do to our libidos?
is known and proven to reduce anxiety and release inhibitions, especially
for strongly inhibited people, but take care or the sedative effects soon
will be dominating. More than half a gram of pure alcohol per kilo
bodyweight should be avoided by anyone wanting to retain full 'lovemaking'
capabilities. At 75kgs this corresponds to half a bottle of wine before an
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1994 study published in the British scientific journal Nature claimed that
intake of alcohol would raise the testosterone level in women. Normally,
women produce about on tenth the amount men do. According to Dr. Weil
"additional small amounts can dramatically increase the libido."
For women who lack sexual interest and desire, the treatment can be
life-changing." The emphasis being on 'small amounts' - easy does it!
Lager Louts really impress you with their performance after that extra
as an aphrodisiac continued...
drinks can be especially potent. Absinthe was extensively used at the end
of the last century as an aphrodisiac by many European, especially French,
artists and intellectuals. The driving force behind this Bohemian absinthe
cult was the French poet Paul Verlaine.
is largely an alcoholic extract of wormwood, Arthemisia absinthium, a
plant, which is rich in quite toxic compounds, such as the essential oils
thujon and thujol. The main culprit is thujon. Its use on a moderate scale
as a remedy against intestinal worms might be justified, (hardly an
aphrodisiacal thought) but habitual use on a large scale can be
devastating and result in blindness, cramps and nerve injuries. Absinthe
was prohibited in France on 16 March 1915 and is now banned in most
European countries because of its toxicity and habit-forming
properties. In the UK, most bars limit absinthe to two shots per person.
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One could have expected that beer, being a nourishing drink with an
alcohol content low enough to make it easy to avoid over consumption,
quickly would have gained a solid reputation as an aphrodisiac, but alas!
The only exception appears to be stout. According to Michael Jackson's
Beer Companion, stout is seen as an aphrodisiac in some countries.
possible explanation might be that beer (like all alcoholic beverages)
lowers the production of the hormone vasopressin in the body. This hormone
controls, inter alia, the resorption of primary urine; less vasopressin
results in less resorption and thus in frequent trips to the toilet,
especially when large quantities of liquid have been consumed.
special beers have a local reputation for increasing the libido. A
favourite beer of ours during hot summer days is the Belgian white beer,
Hoegaarden. Served with a slice of lemon it will cool your exterior and
heat your interior! Recently, the European Magazine reported "oyster
stout is being launched as an aphrodisiac drink by Murphy's, the Irish
brewer. The brew contains extracts of oysters from the west coast of
Oyster Beer - we'll keep you posted on that one ...
Several liqueurs developed in old monasteries have been attributed
aphrodisiac effects. These liqueurs include chartreuse (especially the
green variety) and Benedictine. Why monks should be so interested in
aphrodisiacal liqueurs is beyond me. In Guadalajara in Mexico a liqueur is
produced from the allegedly aphrodisiacal plant Turnera diffusa under the
name Creme de Damiana. The liqueur is supposed to increase libido and
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White port wine is held to be a far more powerful aphrodisiac than could
be explained by its alcohol contents alone, especially when consumed
together with strawberries, preferably of the wild variety. In contrast,
red port wine appears to act as any ordinary alcoholic beverage.
Wine can be a potent aphrodisiac. Red Burgundy wine mixed with ginger,
cinnamon, cloves, vanilla and sugar is known as Hippocras' aphrodisiac and
was recommended by the French author Rabelais in Gargantua and Pantagruel.
Mirabilis was used during the 17th century as strengthening tonic but
also as an aphrodisiac. It was prepared by letting finely ground cinnamon,
galingale root, ginger, nutmeg, rosemary and thyme steep in claret for one
week, then straining the wine. A suitable dose would be 1/4 bottle (180
ml) a day. On the basis of this observation it is reasonable to assume
that also glögg or glühwein would have similar properties.
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