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Increase Sexual Potency with Garlic

Updated on September 30, 2009

Eat Garlic for Better Health

Garlic has been well known to increase sexual potency since the first century B.C. Garlic stimulates nitric oxide synthase (NOS) which is primarily responsible for the mechanism of erection. According to Andrology Journal nitric oxide (NO) is noted as the central component of a major signal transduction system that acts in the penis to mediate the erectile response. Garlic is also excellent for the heart and circulation as well. It’s considered to be a hot herb which will definitely help heat things up in the romance department!

Egyptians worshipped garlic and placed clay models of garlic bulbs in the tomb of Tutankhamen. Archeologists have discovered clay sculptures of garlic bulbs and paintings of garlic dating about 3200 B.C. in Egyptian tombs in El Mahasna. A recently discovered Egyptian papyrus dating from 1,500 B.C. recommends garlic as a cure all for over 22 common ailments, including lack of stamina, heart disease and tumors. Egyptians fed garlic to the slaves building the pyramids to increase their strength. Garlic was so highly-prized, it was even used as currency. Folklore holds that garlic repelled vampires, protected against the Evil Eye, and warded off jealous nymphs said to terrorize pregnant women and engaged maidens.

This “smelly rose” as it’s referred to should always be eaten together. The reason for this is that you won’t smell the garlic aroma on each other if you’ve both ate it. If one partner does not like garlic, then neither partner should eat it on days where passion is going to be a priority. You can still get the same benefits from a garlic supplement that doesn't have the smell, although eating it is much more enjoyable.

Using garlic to increase sexual potency is easy. It’s truly amazing everything you can use garlic with If you both decide that garlic is a tasty spice for both of you. You can use it in salads, soups, sauces, dips, main dishes, appetizers, and side dishes. All of these dishes perk up when a little garlic is added. For a special treat, try Garlic Soup as an appetizer before your main meal, or serve Garlic Lemon Chicken for a main dish.

Garlic Soup

10 peeled and thinly sliced Garlic Cloves
5 Cups Beef Consomme
1 Cup Dry Sherry
¼ Cup Olive Oil
French Bread Topped and Roasted with Fresh Grated Parmesan Cheese
Salt and pepper to taste


Sauté the garlic in the olive oil until it turns golden. Heat beef consomme and sherry just to boiling point and then add garlic and olive oil. Add salt and pepper to taste; then simmer for about 30 minutes. Strain out the garlic. Put the hot toast in the bottom of soup dishes; then pour the soup over top.

Garlic Lemon Chicken

Four Whole Chicken Legs
One Chopped Onion
Two Tablespoons Chopped Garlic
Juice from one Lemon
Pepper and Paprika to taste


Preheat oven to 350 Degrees. Rinse chicken and place in an ungreased 13' x 9" pan. Add Chopped onions and garlic over chicken pieces. Cover with Lemon juice and then sprinkle pepper and paprika over the tops to taste. Cook covered for 1 1/2 hours. Serve with one of your favorite side dishes.


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