Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Spices can enhance your lustful performance

Spices can enhance your lustful performance

Some spices can enhance your lustful performance
India is the land of spices and the second-most populous country in the world. Though the two facts sound disarrayed, they are actually linked! Research proves that our sex life gets affected (and spiced up) by some spices.
Fenugreek seeds: Saponins which can be found in fenugreek seeds play a role in increasing the production of testosterone, the male hormones, which, in turn, causes the raise in male libido.
Cardamom: These green wonders increase energy and relieve fatigue, and help you rock your love making process.
Clove: They heat up the body and maybe that’s what increases the hotness quotient on bed!
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A good talk is a great aphrodisiac
Many women find talk a great turn-on. For them, talking and feeling loved are very important. Good conversation during walks or while the couple is relaxing can be a great aphrodisiac. A man could tell his woman how much he loves her, which acts as a reassurance that he is with her mentally during those intimate moments.
Many women are anxious about their looks
For a couple that has been together for long, sometimes it is natural that women may feel that their partner may find them less alluring. Because of this some women undress only under the cover of darkness. Caring men can sense such anxieties. There is no need to lie and say she’s gorgeous if she isn’t, nor is there a need to say that she is not attractive anymore. One can always appreciate and praise what you do find attractive.
For a woman sex isn’t separate from rest of her life
On the other hand, men tend to compartmentalise, feeling that stressful aspects of life can be parked mentally and separated from sexual activity. Women need good feelings and experiences during the day to have satisfying sex. How her lover treats her out of bed, greatly influences her response in bed. Inattentiveness, harsh language, rude tones, hurtful words, and criticism can make it difficult for a woman to get involved, feel enthusiastic and be passionate during sex.
An orgasm is not a necessity
Many men feel that a good lover is one who can bring his woman to climactic sexual culmination. It is great to have such moments, but aren’t always essential. Many women feel pressure from partners and even from themselves to reach an orgasm. Sometimes instead of having orgasms, women prefer to engage in just foreplay.
Sex need not be a serious act
Playfulness is a great quality. Many men are far too serious about sex. They forget to laugh, be romantically mischievous, have fun. Playfulness and light-heartedness can make intimate moments enjoyable and relaxing. This takes performance pressure off from both partners.
Women cherish non-sexual touching and tenderness
Women love romance, cuddling, hand-holding and kissing. But many women complain that their men never do this except during foreplay. A woman should make her man realise the joy of touching. As you give him a relaxing massage and stroke his face and hair tenderly, he starts experiencing the joy of this kind of non-sexual touching. Tell your man what makes you feel loved.
Warm attention after sex is important
A woman’s need for tender moments goes beyond the actual lovemaking. Some women complain that men fall asleep immediately after the act. It is true that when a man is having sex, his endorphin level is very high. Almost immediately after ejaculation, he goes through a refractory phase where he loses his erection and all his systems gear down. In females this phase happens gradually. However, if you don’t like him falling asleep immediately, tell him without putting him down. Alternatively, let him sleep in your arms for a few minutes and gently wake him up afterwards.
10 Indian spices to raise your sex drive
10 Spices to raise your sex drive (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images)
Fennel: Saunf, as they are called in Hindi, contain an estrogen-like substance (estirol) that turns out libido. So careful before you grab a handful of it at a restaurant after dinner.
Ginseng: It helps improve male erectile dysfunction (ED)
Saffron: There’s a reason why old Hindi films had saasumas forcing bahus to add saffron to the milk on the first night. And you thought it was just for a fair child!
Nutmeg: It’s one of the most popular natural aphrodisiacs. Research proves that nutmeg has the same effect on mating behavior as Viagra. Sprinkle some in your kheer for a dirty night!
Cloves: They boost your energy levels. They also have one of the best aromatherapy scents that help improve your sexual behaviour.
Garlic: Eating green chilies with garlic is an old (tried and tested) way of enjoying sex for a longer period. Peel off its top layers, crush cloves and then fry in butter, and your partner is ready to be a nutter!
Ginger: Garlic’s ‘g’ brother helps you tingle the ‘G’ spot with ease. It increases sex drive and stimulates sexual performance.
So before you start your performance, hit to the kitchen. Get lusty and spicy!
The search for an affordable drug to treat hypertension without side effects has led scientists to the Indian kitchen. Some spices and condiments commonly used in Indian soups, curries and rasam, when taken in a specific proportion with white lotus petals, can bring down blood pressure, say scientists after an animal study done in Chennai.
Researchers found that Siddha drug ‘venthamarai chooranam,’ a mixture of cardamom, ginger, cumin seeds, long pepper (thippili), dill (sada kuppi), licorice (adimadhuram) and white lotus petal could bring down blood pressure in rats during laboratory experiments. Excited by the finding published recently in science journal Experimental Biology and Medicine, doctors at the Sri Ramachandra University are now gearing up for a larger animal study and clinical trials of the Siddha drug.
Genetically predisposed to hypertension, one in four Indians in cities suffer from the disorder. The incidence is about 15% in rural population. Cardiologist Dr S Thanikachalam, who led the research, said: “Every time I see a patient’s case sheet, I underline four causes – smoking, diabetes, hypertension and obesity.” People with hypertension are mostly treated with allopathic drugs, but dropouts are high because many find the drugs expensive and some suffer from side effects. “So, we decided to look at the ancient Indian medical literature for answers,” he said.
Scientists first tried the Siddha powder on rats and found it effective. “When we gave this chooranam for 63 days and the blood pressure dropped,” said C Saravana Babu, a toxicologist who was a part of the research. Pathological reports showed the drug had made healthy changes in the genes, tissues and blood vessels, he said. The herbal medicine will be put to further animal and human test, before it can be given to humans, Dr Thanikachalam said.
During the study the doctors divided the rats into three groups – for the first the abdomen was cut and closed, for the second and third the scientists partially blocked blood supply to one of the kidneys. Two months after the surgery, most rats became hypertensive and they developed problems in the blood vessels, kidneys and heart. Scientists used special equipment that could measure blood pressure in rats’ tails.
While the second group was fed with a placebo, the third was orally fed venthamarai chooranam at a dosage of 400g per kilogram bodyweight for 63 days. “We started noticing changes from the third day. At the end of two months, the blood pressure was almost normal,” said Saravana Babu. But what surprised scientists was not just the change in blood pressure, but other actions as normalization of the carotid arteries and kidney.
Scientists feel that the presence of an enzyme called eNOS enhanced nitric oxide level and helped carotid arteries. “The inflammation in kidney was reversed in almost all animals. Pathological reports showed the drug make healthy changes in the genes, tissues and blood vessels,” he said.
The drug has exhibited its anti-hypertensive properties, but doctors want to expand the animal study to see if this works in chronic conditions. “In these animals, hypertension was acute, as it developed after a surgery. We will have to test them on animals with chronic conditions,” said Dr Thanikachalam. “If that succeeds, we will begin our clinical trials. We hope it would offer cure to millions of people with hypertension,” he said.
Not feeling it in the sack? These easy tricks will turn up the intensity between your sheets in no time.
While we’d all love to say we’re sex sirens who barely bat an eyelid at the phrase “multiple orgasms”, the truth is, we’re not having that much sex. A recent study revealed that on average we’re having less than five sex session a month – not exactly Fifty Shades-worthy, right? So how exactly can you get your mojo back and rekindle the flame? Try these five easy tricks…
Prioritise your love life
OK, while we’re not going to go as far as saying you need to schedule in a couple of nights where you HAVE to have sex, it is time to make it a priority in your life. “If you lock in a sex night you’re going to feel a lot of pressure to turn it on. Instead, schedule regular ‘alone time’ where you put down your smartphones, hang out watching a movie or even just snuggle in bed,” recommends sex and relationship expert Dr Nikki Goldstein. This way, you’re more likely to reconnect and want to have sex.
According to UK sex expert Tracy Cox, taking turns to plan a date night will up the excitement factor. “The person whose turn it is decides what you’re doing, when, where, how, organises any props you need, and is the instigator. This forces each of you to adopt different roles as giver and taker.”
Think outside the room
Always having sex in your bedroom, on the bed? It’s time to shake things up ladies because routine can equal boredom. “Different places can hold different memories, which is why it’s great to have sex in a different room or go to a hotel as a treat – it’s a new space so visually and mentally you’re going to be stimulated,” explains Dr Nikki. Hello, kitchen (just make sure no one is home)!
Tracy recommends setting the goal of getting busy in every room in your house in a week. “To make it really interesting, put a time limit on it. No more than five minutes from start to finish – and remember, a quickie can be intercourse, oral or hand stimulation,” Tracy advises. Are you up for the challenge?
Try one little change
When you’ve got into a routine where you’re always having sex the same way, in the same two positions, things are going to get a little boring. But here’s a newsflash: shaking things up doesn’t need to involve Christian Grey and his Red Room of Pain. “People feel they need to really change things if their sex life is waning, but if you just implement one tiny change – like a new lubricant or an ice cube on a nipple – it’ll have a huge impact on your sex life,” encourages Dr Nikki. One small change for you; one giant leap for your lovin’.
Kiss kiss
How long has it been since you had a serious kiss fest with your guy? If you’re only really getting your smooch on when you have sex, it’s time to pucker up. “Kissing is really underestimated. It’s something that can make you both feel good and it really shows your partner that you love them,” explains Dr Nikki. Plus, it releases oxytocin, the hormone that promotes calmness and connection. Translation: you’ll be more inclined to want to do the deed.
Focus on you
Having the urge to jump your partner has a lot to do with how sexy you’re feeling as an individual. If you’re not feeling confident or attractive, there’s no way you’re going to feel comfortable about stripping off and doing the deed with your guy. “Do something that makes you feel like a goddess. Whether it’s getting a spray tan, a new outfit, some sexy lingerie or getting your makeup done,” suggest Dr Nikki. If you feel hot, you’ll project that vibe onto your partner. Hello, awesome sex!
Talk, talk, talk
Another huge (albeit kinda boring) way you can up your sex quota is as simple as opening your mouth… to talk. Get your mind out of the gutter, we’re not referencing that kind of talk… “As humans we forget that our sexual needs, fantasies and likes change over time. If your man is doing something that doesn’t please you anymore, don’t hide it from him,” says Dr Nikki.
So how do you do that without deflating his ego and, er, other things? “Tell him that you love him and you love your sex life but there’s one little thing you’d like him to change. Always offer a solution that he can do instead,” explains Dr Nikki. This way he won’t have a bruised ego and you’ll get what you want. Cha-ching!

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