1. The white bark of the Arjuna tree is powdered and boiled with milk is an ayurvedic aphrodisiac.
  2. Ajwain or carom seeds and hydrophila seeds are popular. Honey with ginger and pepper makes a good stimulant.

  3. A glass of milk with crushed pepper and powdered almonds had at bed time is good – incidentally this is traditionally given to a bridegroom on the wedding night.
  4.  Ashwagandha, red sandalwood, cloves, rock salt and asparagus are all recommend by Indian Materia Medica for sexual vigor.
  5. Chocolate has 2 chemicals – serotonin and phenylethylamine which act on the pleasure area of the brain to give a feeling happy and positive feeling.
  6. According to Romans oysters are very good aphrodisiacs. It is said Casanova – the world’s greatest lover – ate 50 raw oysters every morning. D-Aspartic acid, the chemical present in oysters releases sex hormones like testosterone and estrogen. They are a rich source of zinc.

  7. Garlic increases circulation, is a good vasodilator hence dilates the blood vessels to receive more blood.
  8.  Bananas – rich in potassium and B Vitamins help produce hormones, a rich source of dopamine.
  9.  Ginger stimulates the circulatory system and has a heady scent.
  10.  Ginseng increases nitric oxide levels.
  11.  Safed Musli, a herb with white tubers and black seeds, is a safe stimulant – also used in ayurveda for diabetes and arthritis.
  12.  Chilli contains a chemical called capsaicin, which releases endorphins in the brain causing a high.
  13.  Cardamom is considered a romantic spice; cardamom oil is used to treat low sexual response and impotence. High in cineole, it increases blood flow on application.
  14.  When a person chews on a stalk of celery, it releases androstenone odor molecules. First in the mouth, and then in the nose and throat. The pheromones emit scent and signals which are attractive to the mate.
  15. Aphrodisiacs are all very well – the real romance comes from within – the heart.

    Ashwagandha is frequently referred to as “Indian ginseng” because of its rejuvenating properties, even though botanically, ginseng and Ashwagandha are unrelated.

  16. Hareera

Milk 1 Litter, Almond ½ cup, Pistachios ½ cup, Sugar cane 250gm, Cloves 4to5 fried in pure Ghee.

  1. Panjiri

    Semolina (Suji) 200gm, Brown Sugar 180gm, Pure Ghee (as required) Makhanay ½ cup, Gond 200gm, Almond ½ cup, Pistachios ½ cup, Misery (powdered) ½ cup, Dry Dates ½ cup.

    Note: Please use your judgment in quantity according to your taste when making Hareera and Panjiri.


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