Food : oysters, oat milk, palm kernel, egg yolk, garlic, nuts, chocolate, celery, caviar, chilli, watermelon seeds, peanut, frog legs, soy lecithin, rice whole, chickpea, pepper, wheat germ oil (vitamin E), rosemary honey and savory
Herbs: savory, cinnamon, cumin, curry, saffron, vanilla, ginger, ginseng, nutmeg, coriander, pepper, pepper, mustard, clove, basil, cardamom, peppermint
Minerals and trace elements: zinc, arginine, niacin, taurine, selenium.
Vitamin E (wheat germ)
Perfumes containing hormones, musk, lavender, vetiver, ylang ylang.
Plants: Tribulus terrestris, Maca, Ginseng, Muira puama, Mucuna pruniens, Avoine (Avena sativa), Ginkgo Biloba, Longjack, Damiana, Verveine, Ail, Fenugrec, Cuna, Spiruline, Mandrake, Guarana, Goji, Catuaba, Epimedium, Thym , Cordyceps, yohimbe
The muira puama accentuates the vasodilatation of the penis for maximum erections and a great firmness.
Tribulus Terrestris increases testosterone levels.
Maca amplifies desire.
Arginine promotes the production of nitric oxide allowing a firm rigidity.
Zinc increases sperm production.
Ginseng stimulates virility because of its energizing properties. Aboriginal healers swear by ginseng for 5,000 years.
Ginkgo biloba increases blood flow to the brain.
La yohimbe ou yohimbehe.
The bark of this tree is rich in alkaloids, including the yohimbine, known for its aphrodisiac powers.
Banded wood is a natural bark from a large Antillean forest tree, Richéria Grandis. It is also called “man’s wood”.
This herb promotes a feeling of vigor and vitality, it is an effective herb to increase the stimulation.
Yarsagumba or Cordyceps sinensis is a mushroom that grows in Nepal in the foothills of the Himalayas at over 4000 meters altitude.
The cantharide is extracted from a living insect in North Africa and the Mediterranean countries (Spanish fly), which is dried and reduced to powder. Sale prohibited in France.
Rhodiola rosea is a perennial plant that grows on the sandy and rocky soils of Siberian slopes.
Cocoa and dark chocolate
The aerial parts of this herbaceous plant native to Japan are known in traditional Chinese medicine as Yin Yang Huo.
Fenugreek Rich in steroidal saponins, it increases free testosterone levels.
Oysters contain protein, magnesium and a lot of zinc.
White beans contain more zinc than any other vegetable.
Honey and potimaron contain arginine.
Verbena dilates the arteries and facilitates swelling.
Celery contains vitamins A, C, B, P, minerals and trace elements. It reduces cholesterol levels and helps arteries fight aging.
Garlic contains allicin . Clinical studies have shown that this active ingredient in garlic raises testosterone levels and inhibits cortisol, a hormone that degrades muscle tissue.
Cloves are one of the most powerful natural aphrodisiacs. It is also effective against mental and physical fatigue and memory loss.
Modern scientific studies have shown that wolfberry significantly increases blood testosterone levels, thereby boosting sex drive in men and women.
Ginger excites the senses.
The cinnamon of Madagascar is the oldest aphrodisiac spice and whose use dates back to the dawn of time. According to legend, the love potion drunk by the famous lovers, Tristan and Yseult, contained cinnamon.
Horseradish: Its pulp has aphrodisiac properties.
Hogweed: This plant was used to treat asthenia.
Mustard stimulates the action of the glands.
Cayenne pepper contains a high level of vitamin C. It is an exciting agent that stimulates circulation.
Musk is a brown substance extracted from a gland located under the skin of the abdomen of small deer that live in Southeast Asia. Despite its unappetizing origin, it is famous for its aphrodisiac properties.
Saffron has stimulating properties on the erogenous zones. Studies have shown that it has effects similar to that of hormones. But beware, excessive doses of saffron cause uncontrollable giggles.
Thyme is tonic for the nerves, with aphrodisiac effects. It is also a powerful purifier for the body.
peanut has a high zinc content. Zinc has a scientifically recognized effect in humans on testosterone production and sperm motility.