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.
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.
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.
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, you can try this Special Loose Tea Sample Pack.
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 aphrodisiacs?