Aphrodisiacs Filling Moist Sexy Figs

Aphrodisiacs of the Sexy Figgi

There are known aphrodisiacs in folklore that eating a raw fig while nude is an act of sexuality. My friend thinks that a fig is shaped like a scrotum. When one is cut in half, the pink interior is succulent in nature as the moist interior flesh of a woman’s pink vulva. Heavily seeded, figs were compared to the seeds of fertility.

Historically, figs are said to have been the evil fruit in the Garden of Eden and that this was the original seductive forbidden tropical fruit. Especially since Adam and Eve are wearing fig leaves over their private parts. Of course there are others who say that a fig tree is the first tree that the Jews began as their initial harvest.

Sex health nutrition

Nutritionists have discovered that figs are loaded with beneficial nutrients. They have fiber, vitamins A, E, K, B-complex, calcium, chlorogenic acid, copper, iron, manganese, antioxidants, potassium, flavonoids and selenium.

Chlorogenic acid helps to regulate or lower blood sugar levels. Calcium in the figs can help prevent osteoporosis. Phytonutrients in the figs help protect brain cells from free radicals, which can ward off tumors related to cancer. Potassium is a mineral that has been known to lower blood pressure and regulate heart rates. This nutrient can also reduce the chance of suffering from a stroke.

Vitamin B-Complex found in figs play an important role in the metabolism through carbohydrates, proteins and fats.

Homeopathic remedies

Most people avoid the fiber, but it turns out that the fiber may help someone maintain their attractive appearance over time along with a healthy diet. Eating enough of them can prevent or release constipation and consuming the leaves can treat ulcers.

Sexy waistline

Eating dried figs that are full of fiber will make you feel full often. This can lead to a slim figure. They will promote a healthy weight loss since it will take a long time to digest all the fiber.

Aphrodisiacs in fig leaves
Fig Leaf

Making tea from fig leaves is an effective remedy for treating bronchitis, shingles, genital warts, liver cirrhosis, high blood pressure, ulcers, eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo, and asthma.

Dry the leaves by sealing them in a glass container, then kept in a cupboard away from sunlight, while maintaining their green color. They should not turn brown. To take the easy route and for immediate use, I highly recommend that you try this Special Tea Loose Tea Sample Pack, Fig Formosa, 1 Ounce

People can apply the tree sap (latex) directly to the skin for treating genital warts or skin tumors.

Flavonoid antioxidants in the figs can protect the skin from free radicals that damage the skin. As an aphrodisiac, eating these on a regular basis, your skin may remain youthful and sexy.

Have you experienced figs as an aphrodisiac?

Home Plate for Figgi Riggi

Home Sweet Home

Figgi Riggi moves to a unique home

Because there are so many visitors noticing the Figgi Riggi blog, I have decided to move Figgi Riggi. It was changed from figgiriggi.wordpress.com to it’s own unique domain home at figgiriggi.com. Unfortunately, the transfer may have disrupted some pages that people had been linking to throughout the web. I was not able to preserve the original site structure of those pages and I promise that I will not change the new structure. If you were someone who had posted links to my posts on other blogs, then feel free to update the links in those locations. There is certainly more flexibility than I had before and I recommend that if you have a blog that you do the same thing, but if you are unsure I’ll show you how.

I made several changes to the look of this site to make it more interesting and better organized. It is also easier to share my blog postings on social media. Soon, I will begin posting interesting topics on a regular basis. Upcoming tutorials on setting up a blog for wealth, choosing a hosting service, using the best themes, finding beautiful fonts and how to monetize your blog. Topics in the works include: my latest tools, strange figs, greenhouses, cancer-free weed killer spray, and natural indoor pest removal. I may later include tutorials for new fig tree gardeners in USDA zone 7A or perhaps an online classroom experience.

Recent technical changes for this new home

A real emailing service called MailChimp that is recognized world-wide and does not spew out spam like a bursting volcano. I know, I hate that spam just as much as you do. This service has a strict anti-spam policy that I like. I have chosen not to include images in the emails that you receive, because sometimes it simply opens quickly and doesn’t eat up your email storage. Continuing with the direction that my fig hobby began, this is going to be a natural journey and I’m looking forward to sharing it with you.

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Figgi Riggi new home
Young Brown Turkey figs growing early in the season.

USDA Gardening Zones

Which USDA gardening zone am I in?

The USDA has set up an essential guide for gardeners which helps them determine if their plants or fruit trees will grow in their climate. This helps a gardener choose whether they want to go through the trouble of planting a rare plant species in their region, whether outdoors, in a pot or a greenhouse. There are many fig tree varieties and some grow better in certain areas than others. The USDA zones range from 1a-13b and in the Northeast USA, you will find a range from 3b-7b. Fig trees in general can grow very easily without much care in zones 5 and above. This resource at plantlust.com indicates that Brown Turkey fig trees grow best in zones from 6a-9b.

This blog features steps on how to grow a Brown Turkey fig tree in zone 7a. It is recommended that anyone living in 4 and lower should grow their fig trees in pots or in a greenhouse and be protected from Winter temperatures that dip below 20 degrees F.

Determine which zone you live in

Here is a Zone Map

USDA half zones complete with a legend
USDA half zones complete with a legend
The zones that I am in
The zones that I am in

Official Fig Facts

Here is an official list of fig facts from Purdue University. These facts show everything from home remedies to nutritional information.

http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/morton/fig.html

Here is a more human version of the nutritional information:

http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-figs-dried-uncooked-i9094?size=2

Here’s another good resource on Fig Facts. It’s an Australian site with info about how figs are grown in California. I found it to be particularly informative.

http://www.foodforest.com.au/figFactSheet.htm

Figs (ficus)

figs
Juicy ripe brown turkey figs

Fig Fact: Did you know that these are not only fruit, but also flowers? How can this be?

Some of these trees are self-pollinating and others require a very tiny wasp. It enters through a little hole (the mouth) at the end of the fruit. The Brown Turkey fig, which is featured in this blog is self-pollinating so you don’t have to worry about whether you’re going to eat a tiny insect inside of it.

The fruit actually encases hundreds of flowers deep within it’s core. This is why this fruit appears to be slightly hollow in the center.

See this website link for additional knowledge on this topic: Pollination of this delicious fruit

Some fig varieties have a special relationship to a specific non-stinging wasp species. This is how the relationships between figs and insects have evolved to live in harmony. At the bottom end of the fig, you can find a hole called a mouth. The fig wasp is a very tiny insect that pollinates the fig. It crawls in to mate with a male and then lay eggs, while it’s doing that it is able to push pollen deep into the fig to reach tiny flowers and their stamen. This is the way it can fertilize it’s seeds. I have yet to witness a ficus wasp and I’ve been harvesting figs for several years. Usually if one of these wasps have laid it’s eggs, the fruit will shrivel and fall to the ground very quickly.

Be sure to remove them from around your tree to help prevent fungus and insects from attacking your healthy figs.

Figs are very safe to eat, but like any fruit you pick from the garden, observe it carefully before you eat it. If you click on the link above, you’ll notice one of these species of wasp mentioned in the USDA Forest Service article.