If you want to take your woman's mood to the stars and make her a hot prey, give up that annoying cologne and unleash some licorice whose fragrance would stimulate female pleasure more than any other perfume.Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
Summer time of improvised loves, awakening of the senses, escapades. Men, it is you that I am addressing. Whether it's an escort you met in an enchanted palace, or your historical sweetheart, if you really want her pleasure to be intense and prolonged in bed, read here.
Setting up a romantic evening is always good. Generally, presenting yourself beautiful and fragrant, with a bouquet of flowers and taking care of the smallest details - at the first as at the umpteenth appointment - touches our sensitivity and arouses a certain conviction of a pure and platonic understanding of intellects. Nothing could be more wrong. After the first three quarters of an hour, the male in you kicks and aims at his goal: sex. And we don't necessarily mind.
But pay attention to how to "manage" her libido. When it comes to sexual stimulation, in fact, the efforts of science are worthless, the liters of cologne sprinkled or sprays that perfume the body, rich in chemicals (things that at times can cause even a slight tingling in the nose with consequent sneezing). Little green and very ineffective under the sheets.
Apart from training your savoir faire, if you want to take your woman's mood to the stars and make her a hot prey, give up that annoying cologne (and hide the flowers if the sneezing does not pass) and pull out a little from licorice. Yup, the scent of this plant would stimulate female pleasure more than any other perfume.
A study by Alan R. Hirsch, director of the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago, found that women who were exposed to the scent of licorice reported a 13% increase in libido, compared to the 1% reduction caused, instead, by cologne. According to Hirsch, this would happen through an inexplicable chemical reaction in the brain or at the olfactory level.
In short, a cup of organic licorice tea o licorice candies as a dessert that's what you need.
Good luck, but remember that licorice should be taken in moderation! There glycyrrhizin - its most important active ingredient - can have side effects on the balance of mineral salts in the body. A abuse of licorice it can cause water retention, hypertension, swelling of the face and ankles, headaches and asthenia.