Boost your Sex with Asparagus

vpaulose By vpaulose, 4th Jan 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/f0inf3u0/
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Sex has been the life nerve of human existence. Modern lifestyle has caused much damage to the sex life because of the changing life styles. Sex life needs an inevitable booster in the modern life style.

Boost your Sex with Asparagus

In today’s hyper-connected, globalized world, where images and fashions are translated across continents in the blink of an eye, man’s personal life, including sex, is facing a lot of problems. Products for boosting sex drive that are flooded in the markets portray the loss of normal sex life in the computer era.

Normal sex lost in the modern life style

Experts have listed numerous reasons for low sex drive in women and men in the modern world. These range from hormonal imbalance, stress, fatigue, nervous disorder, improper nutrition, etc. that have affected the health life of modern man.

Herbal remedies to the rescue

Commercial world is filled with various products promising sex enhancement. But most of them have side effects. Natural remedies have been used from ancient days to boost sex life. Herbal remedies for low sex drive can range from herbs to general aphrodisiacs. They boost sex naturally without side effects.

A well-balanced diet with asparagus

Some of these natural foods increase male and female sex hormones, while others elevate mood or boost sperm production. The most important foods, such as asparagus, drumstick, etc., play a critical role in increasing blood flow. They stimulate your nervous and circulatory systems and send more blood flowing to your sex organs, resulting in enhanced sexual arousal and performance.

An ancient aphrodisiac asparagus

Asparagus has been a successful aphrodisiac from ancient days. It is rich in folate, a B vitamin that helps increase your production of histamine, a promoter of sex life. Proper levels of histamine play an essential role in sex drive for both men and women.

An aphrodisiac that triggers both mind and body

The very name of asparagus suggests it is an aphrodisiac. The French word for asparagus is ‘asperge’ which is a slang word for the male sex organ. As an aphrodisiac, asparagus is considered as a psycho-physiological aphrodisiac because of its shape. It is said to trigger the mind to have a physiological response to enhance sex.

A promoter of fertility

Asparagus is an effective promoter for both male and female fertility. High in nutrition and low in calories, shoots of this vegetable have tempted many a taste bud with a delicious savor and delicate flavor. It has great effect when it is used as a soup with drumstick.

An inevitable necessity of pregnant women

Folic acid, the main content of asparagus, is essential for the pregnant women as it aids in the prevention of neural tube defects such as spina bifida in the fetus.

Asparagus an elixir of health

Besides being an aphrodisiac, asparagus is a rich mine of many health benefits. It has been used as a detoxifying vegetable, an anti-aging vegetable, and of course – an aphrodisiac, and much more. Down through the ages it has been used as a diuretic to reduce water retention and as a laxative due to its high fiber content. It contains no fat or cholesterol and is low in sodium. It is a great source of potassium, thiamine and vitamins B6, A and C.

Asparagus, native to the Mediterranean, is widely used in the US and other European countries. It can play an important role in enhancing sex health of modern busy world!

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Aphrodisiacs, Asparagus, Calorie, Fertility, Herbal Remedies, Side Effect

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author avatar christopheranton
4th Jan 2011 (#)

And it tastes lovely as well.
Thanks for sharing.

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author avatar James R. Coffey
4th Jan 2011 (#)

Asparagus is also a famed diarrhetic. It may have you running from the bedrrom to the bathroom!

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author avatar Denise O
7th Jan 2011 (#)

Now, how do I follow that one James.LOL
Good info VP.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar E. Nicolay
8th Dec 2012 (#)

It is an amazing supplement I have to have all the time in my kitchen. Awesome article, keep it up

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