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Chocolate is for Lovers

Updated on September 30, 2009

Ah! Chocolate truly is the miracle aphrodisiac! The Mayans and Aztecs referred to chocolate as "Nourishment of the Gods". They believed that Cocoa Beans originated from Paradise and would bring wisdom and power to anyone consuming them.

Chocolate is such a strong aphrodisiac that the inquisitors in Spain would torture women thought to be using chocolate in their love spells. Emperor Montezuma demanded chocolate to drink before entering his harem. Giacoma Casanova was another well known lover that prescribed to chocolate to help his virility.

Chocolate is a feel good, healthy food, on many levels. It contains chemicals that effect the neurotransmitters in the brain in the most positive ways. Serotonin, a natural anti-depressant is found in chocolate. It's thought to be one reason why chocolate almost seems as important as water to so many women.

A chemical called theobromine in chocolate will boost your mood and your energy creating better sexual stamina. Phenylethylamine, also in chocolate is a stimulant similar to the chemical our bodies release during sex . It will give you a major head start on any serious seduction.

The scent of chocolate is thought to increase theta brain waves, which help you relax. A seductively savvy seductive type will know this and be able to use it to their advantage. I would suggest that men stay away from Axe Chocolate scent though. That's just not what a real man should smell like. Instead, carry wrapped dark chocolate with you, quality chocolate like Dove or Ghirardelli to offer to your hopeful conquest is a most tempting delicacy.

To summarize, chocolate improves your mood and boosts your energy, the aroma relaxes you and it's healthy to eat. It's no wonder it's the absolute best seller of all time for romantic holidays of all types. It truly remains the best aphrodisiac out there.

Just remember, the darker the chocolate, the more potent it will be. If it’s too dark, it could be a bit bitter, 70% pure chocolate is about the highest you want to go for the best results and still have a great taste treat.

If you are up to the challenge, serve your lover a cup of steaming hot chocolate topped with real whipped cream, a pinch of cinnamon, and a pinch of cardamom. Be prepared for some amazing results!


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