4/07/2013

Cinnamon Aphrodisiac

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cinnamon aphrodisiac

As far back as the first page of recorded history, cinnamon has been held in esteem for its powerful medicinal qualities. A spice used in Asia to guard against colds, the bark of the cinnamon tree is also used around the world as flavoring for both sweet and savory dishes as well as an aromatherapy agent for relaxation.

In the Old Testament's Proverbs and Psalms romantic verses extolled the sensory excitement offered by cinnamon: "I have perfumed my bed with myrrh, aloes and cinnamon. Come let us take our fill of love till morning." (Proverbs 7, 17-18). Indeed, in Rome the word cinnamon was equivalent to the current use of "sweetheart" or "darling".

Among the spices considered useful for producing “heat” within the body, cinnamon has been measured to increase appetite, both physical and sexual. Eating cinnamon heats up your body and, in turn, your sex drive. Cinnamon also has anti-inflammatory properties, and can help normalize blood sugar. To some extent, it also possesses anti-oxidant and antibacterial properties.

A drop of cinnamon oil rubbed onto the genitals is famed for producing powerful sexual stimulation. It arouses both men and women, but the smell seems to really get men going. Besides its direct effect on desire, Cinnamon also strengthens the heart.

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