Thursday, June 18, 2009

Aphrodisiacs around the world

French Champagne is only one of the many beverages that excites us to remember sparkling erotic encounters. Sparkling wine contains alcohol, a well-known life-giving aphrodisiac. But what other things edible and drinkable are available to increase our lust, to arouse our sexual desires, to make us ready, willing, eager…? To make sex feel even better?

One could divide aphrodisiacs into two groups. The well-known, traditional ones that for thousands of years have been used as mood increasers and raising ability across our beloved Tellus, but without scientific backing. The academically proven ones, with exciting chemicals, neurostimulants, that science can help us understand.

Some aphrodisiacs that have been prescribed and used since ancient times: alcohol, apples, artichokes, asparagus, almonds, figs, bananas, strawberries, honey, ginger, saffron, apricots, cherries, coconut, dates, grapes, mangoes, papayas, peaches, pears, plums, pomegranates and raspberries and of course chocolate. There are more elaborate ones, such as animal products, drugs, onions, snake blood and Spanish fly.

The basic needs of the humans, like in all animals, are food and sex. And aphrodisiacs combine the two, and used wisely can work together to put you and your lover in the right mood. They can work their magic, be it mostly by placebo effects, produce forbidden, seductive ideas of the mind and heart, and become a medium to tune your erotic waves to each other.

Read more about the Indian aphrodisiacs, based on ancient beliefs of the Kama Sutra and the Ayurveda, openly used by women wrapped tauntingly but yet elegantly in the shimmering colourful saris of the subcontinent to lure their unknowing victims into bed, by men, perhaps inspired by the sexual orgies depicted in the temple of Khajuraho, in Madhya Pradesh.

Let yourself be inspired when learning more about the concoctions of Asia. Let the fresh, airy, fruity scents of China, where the blood-red fortune of a woman’s kiss might have been the result of an intoxicating but well-balanced aphrodisiac intake.

In Africa, the epicenter of human fertility, there are some well-known substances that might improve your love-making potential and increase the libido.

Any visitor to Brazil, and indeed elsewhere in Central and South America, can not have escaped the seductive, voluptuous, dancing way of leading life. There might be more reasons to that, than meets the eye. Fill your glass with some cachaça, and let’s go exploring!

If you are in the mood, or want to get into it, try one of my delicious non-alcoholic aphrodisiac smoothie recipes.

What lies ahead, is to figure out what keeps the libido up in the inner sanctums of Arab homes, in Russia, in Scandinavia, and all across the rest of the globe. But this will be another journey, if you are willing to take it with me.

Warm kisses from lips filled with the scent of fresh, spicy, juicy fruits and herbs…

Indian aphrodisiacs, Kama Sutra and Ayurveda

A land so vast, so full of insights, of eternal wisdom, sensuality, beauty, temples and statues, of priceless garments, silky smooth women and proud men, a land that has given us the epic Mahabharata as well as the Kama Sutra, what can it not tell us about the use of aphrodisiacs…?

Vatsyayana’s Kama Sutra, the Sanskrit aphorisms about love, is a practical guide to sexual interactions between men and women. It does contain some aphrodisiac recipes. It is also a part of ayurveda, the Sanskrit knowledge of life.

Some are every day nutritions, such as whole grains, dairy proteins such as milk, lassi and panir. Panir is a fresh milk cheese. Almonds, walnuts and sesame, as well as dried fruits such as dates, figs, and raisins. Sweet, juicy fruits such as mangoes, peaches, plums, and pears. Aloe vera also does good. Stewed apples are recommended for breakfast and banana cooked in a clarified cow-milk butter called ghee together with cinnamon and cardamom, as is rice pudding.

A particular dish is mung dal (or pappu or parippu, depending on if you are in Nepal, India, Pakistan or Bangladesh, or any of the other countries where it is well known). It is a thick, spicy mung bean stew. Then there are more specific aphrodisiacs.

Ajwain (Trachyspermum copticum) or carom seeds is a spice from used mostly in India, but also in Iran, Egypt and Afghanistan. It smells almost like thyme, and it does contain thymol. This could also be crushed and fried in ghee together with tamarind seeds, or mixed with honey and milk, said to reduce fast ejaculations. Cardamom can be used in the same way, with honey and milk.

Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna) is a tree found in India, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. Its bark can be mixed with milk and if taken regularly, it allegedly will stimulate your will for sex.

Butea leaves, from the Butea tree (Butea monosperma), and the fleshy leaves of the Indian aloe (Liliaceae, aloe barbedensis) plant are said to be aphrodisiacs.

Saussurea lappa is a flower growing in the Himalayas. The root contains an oil, used as an aphrodisiac. The root of the Hydrophilia (Asteracanthus longifolia) can also be boiled with water, for virility. It is a thorny plant that grows in swamps, and its seeds and the dried plant can also come to use, as it is said.

Mentioned in this context are also Indian liquorice seeds (Abrus precatorius root). Be ware, though, the seeds contain an extremely dangerous toxic chemical compound, called polypeptide abrin, which can be lethal.

Indian mallow (Abutilon indicum) is used as aphrodisiac. So is Kuthimithi (Withania somnifera, sometimes called Indian ginseng), a shrub also known as Ashwagandha, which root could promote the libido if mixed with milk.

Spices are also popular, traditionally ginger, nutmeg, and crushed almond and pepper are mentioned. Along with red chilli powder, turmeric, garam masala, cumin powder, cumin seeds, black mustard seeds and the garlic-smelling asafoetida (Ferula asafoetida), native to Iran.

Another ingredient is hemp, used for many thousand years as a stimulating, erotic drug. It is an alluring sexual detail. Hemp seeds can be mixed with yoghurt together with sugar or honey to make a Bhang lassi, Bhang simply being Sanskrit for hemp.

But just as alluring, just as invigorating, is just taking in this eternal state of India, its bustling cities, its Ganeshas, its Shivas, its incredibly ornamented temples, its majestic countryside and far-streched beaches of white sand… India is an aphrodisiac in itself, arousing to the eye and to the senses…

Brazilian aphrodisiacs, straight from the Amazon

From another part of the world, namely the tropical, humid, green jungle of the Amazon rainforest come many herbs that are traditionally said to be and are used as aphrodisiacs.

Damiana (Turnera diffusa, Turnera aphrodisiaca) is a shrub, reminiscent to chamomile in odour that is said to boost the libido and control body hormones. It is used as tea by the native people in Central and South America, blended with sugar. It can also be smoked, and allegedly has effects similar to those of marijuana, but milder.

A quite well-known climbing plant from the Amazon is Guarana (Paullinia cupana) and its fruit. It contains about twice the amount of caffeine compared to coffee beans, and is used in several energy drinks. It has been scientifically shown to increase memory, alertness and mood.

Muira puama (or Marapuama, Ptychopetalum olacoides), in German interestingly enough known as Potenholz, virility wood. Grows in the Brazilian rainforest and has a jasmine-like perfume.

Catuba is said to be another lubricant of the mind, as is Cajueiro (Anacardium occidentale), which is a cashew.

Suma (Pfaffia paniculata) is also called Brazilian ginseng. It is called “para tudo” which in Portuguese means “for everything”, indicating that it has been used for more things than increasing lust. Suma contains germanium, beta-ecdysterone, allantoin, and a group of phytochemical saponins called pfaffosides. It is also said that it contains two plant hormones, sistosterol and stigmasterol with properties alike those of estrogen.

Maca (domesticated Lepidium peruvianum, or wild Lepidium meyenii) is an edible root growing in the mountain chain the Andes, in Bolivia and Peru. Its taste is somewhat like a mix between radish and turnip. It is sometimes called Peruvian ginseng, but is not related to ginseng. It has a high concentration of proteins and vital nutrients, but also contains the chemical p-methoxybenzyl isothiocyanate, reputedly having aphrodisiac properties.

Oats (Avena sativa) is also used as an aphrodisiac.

My personal advice, to give an erotic injection, would be to visit Brazil in person… Go, taste the freshly squeezed juices from the Amazon, try the sweet fresh mangoes, the sour but refreshing acerolas, the berries, the pineapples… It will make you feel so light and vivid, and together with the rhythmic sounds of samba, the ouludum and all those marvellously trained chocolate-coloured bodies, the sea, the cities, the rolling movements and why not some light, ice-cold Brazilian Devassa beer or start a wild fire in your sexual mind with some strong cachaça… unforgettable sexual details.

Chinese aphrodisiacs - 性细节 - 性細節- 中国春药 - 中國的春藥 - 春藥的列表

The Lotus, oh, the golden lotus… This flower that is sexual desire, so elegant, so seductive in itself, yet so restained… Where else does such a decoration suit better, such a fine sexual detail, than in the romantic nature of China?

Asian ginseng root (Panax ginseng) is probably the most well-known plant from China. The English word comes from the Mandarin word rénshēn, literally manroot, since it resembles the legs of a human. Panax is Greek literally for “all-heal”. It has scientifically been shown to enhance libido and “copulatory performance”. It contains ginsenosides and phytoestrogens.

Ginkgo Biloba is sometimes called Chinese temple tree or Maidenhair tree. The name in Mandarin today is yínxìng (銀杏), meaning silver apricot. Anyone ever having lived close to a Ginkgo tree knows how bad the smell can be. Academic results are conflicting, but it seems at least to improve memory.

Wolfberry is the fruit of either Lycium barbarum, in Mandarin 寧夏枸杞 or níngxià gǒuqǐ or Lycium chinense, 枸杞 or gǒuqǐ. Two species of boxthorn, that are said to increase the libido, that also can be found in Europe, but nothing proved scientifically.

The flowering plant Rehmannia is endemic in China and especially Rehmannia glutinosa is used as an aphrodisiac. It’s called dìhuáng (地黄) or gān dìhuáng (干地黄) in Mandarin.

Another flowering plant, Epimedium, or yin yang huo (淫羊藿), is common in southern China. It is in the family Berberidaceae. Icariin, one of its ingredients, inhibits PDE-5, which is similar to what sildenafil is doing in Viagra, blocking degradative action in the smooth muscle cells of the penis.

Cordyceps (best known in Cordyceps sinensis) is a genus of ascomycete fungi, a parasite mainly on insects, cultivated for traditional Chinese medicin, to remedy impotence.

Using these substances might work well for you. But what will most certainly fill your heart with joy, your limbs with sexual power, is to stay in Beijing, to visit the Forbidden City, home not only of the powerful emperor, but all his concubines. Or see the sea in Shanghai, where sailors from across the globe has come ashore, to inhale the Asian wind, to be filled with the Chinese spirit… Red lips, red cheeks and red, red, red thoughts…

Read more about aphrodisacs from other parts of the world, or take a look in our boutique.

African aphrodisiacs

There are a number of love potions and edibles from the wonderfully black part of Africa, our sun-caressed motherland, many sexual details hidden in the sandy fountain of humanity.

Perhaps best known, and mostly not thought of as an aphrodisiac, if coffee. Despite the fact that many of us reminisce the lovely smelling blends of espresso sipped down a balmy late spring day in Tuscany, the coffee plant is originally from the highlands of Ethiopia, perhaps from a region called Kaffa. Its use spread and finally arrived in Italy through the Muslim world, perhaps as a substitute to the forbidden alcohol, and its most delicate variety is still called Arabica. The caffeine ingredient in coffee beans is an alkaloid, which means that it contains nitrogen atoms. Alkaloids often have pharmacological effects. Caffeine can increase dopamine levels in the brain, but the effects of coffee on libido and our will to go to bed are contradictory.

The bark of the Yohimbe tree (Corynanthe yohimbe, Pausinystalia yohimbe), growing in Central Africa, can be used to extract yohimbine. It contains an alkaloid called quebrachine (named so since this substance appears in the South American quebracho tree) or yohimbine. It is a selective alpha2-adrenergic receptor antagonist, which can be used to make soft members hard. But no effect on the human libido has been scientifically recorded.

There is another tree, the Carpolobia lutea (Polygalaceae), which root is filled with saponin plant steroids. They are secondary metabolites, meaning that they are not directly involved in the growth of organisms. They are allegedly used in Western Africa as an aphrodisiac, but there are no academic indications that it is health improving in any way.

A third kind of tree, the Shower tree (Cassia sieberiana) can be soaked in water. The water can be drunk as an elixir.

The Kola nut evergreen trees also contain caffeine and theobromine (both xanthine derivatives), and is said to be stimulant and euphoriant when chewed.

The seed of the sea bean shrub (Mucuna pruriens) contains a dopamine precursor called levodopa. It is said to give a harder erection and prolong lovemaking.

Edibles and tonic water, that is all fine. But who can resist a powerful, strong manly, dark-skinned chest, a deep African voice in your ear, muscles playing in the sun… Or the full, round, buttocks of its ladies… the contrast between the deep skin-tones, and the cerise treasures hidden between the thighs of its gloriously radiant and proud inhabitants…?

And there are more secrets to be learned, like the Kenyan love flood...

Scientific aphrodisiacs around the world

Naturally, there are scientific ways to help you in your quest to perfect your status as a sexual guru or a divine love goddess. Let us turn to the scientific aphrodisiacs…

Search for effective aphrodisiacs has been a pursuit of mankind for as long as our common memory can remember. Scientifically, search has focused on the pro-sexual effects, the heightening of the libido and increasing sexual arousal through the use of edibles and drinks, through oral pharmacological agents which change the neurotransmitting activities. Another important field is finding ways to take care of sexual dysfunctions.

Many studies have been performed, but many seem to lack the standard, the important consideration of sexual details, that is otherwise seen in pharmacology. But work is naturally constantly moving forward. And do we not all love to do a little sexual experimentation ourselves…?

In some aspects, oral contraceptives for women can be seen as powerful aphrodisiacs. There are no good studies on if it actually increases the libido in women, but the fact is that the risk of getting pregnant is a big turn off for many people. Especially when partners do not share this concern. Oral contraceptives, birth control pills, can take away the thoughts of the risk, for everyone involved.
They can also relieve pain, such as premenstrual cramps, and lessen the amount of blood during menstruation, which might make you or your partners more open to sex. As a bonus, it might help against acne, making you look sexier than ever. They contain ethinyl estradiol and the synthetic, orally active progestin.

Another well-known substance is marijuana and cannabis, and other cannabinoids. It is harmful for the reproduction, but in the right doses it might effect sexual behaviour and arousability. The endocannabinoid system, however, has actually been found to have some possibility for treatment of erectile dysfunction. This dysfunctionality is due to hormonal, local biochemical and structural factors of the penis. This has led to the phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitor therapy used, for instance, in Viagra.

One of the most important scientific rules is that of Placebo effect, by which our beliefs cause a condition in our body to change. It just cannot be stated enough times. The human mind is fantastic. As long as we belive, it works. The stronger we believe, the better it works! It is like divine magic, and should be handled wisely. And what could be wiser than to use it to increase our sexual desire, to arouse us, to make us long more for kisses, cuddles and other bodies?

The well-known medicine Viagra, this blue pill, is actually sildenafilcitrate, earlier also sold under names such as Revatio and Patrex. It inhibits the enzyme phosphodiesterase type 5 in the corpus cavernosum, which, together with sexual stimulation leads to increased blood flow in the penis and a better erection.

Saffron contains crocin, the red colour which similar to that of carrots, has been said to demonstrate the properties of an libido-boosting aphrodisiac. The Indians might have been right, after all. At least, it makes food taste delicious, from Paella to Scandinavian Lucia buns, and brings the yellow colour of the sun into your home and perhaps also heart, along with a kingly scent.

Honey is also a real aphrodisiac. Eating honey does increase nitric oxide and nitrite in the blood, which opens blood vessels, which in turn might give you an erection or make your clitoris get ready for more attention from an eager partner. And, again, it does taste marvellous, and is healthy. It contains among other things cinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl alcohol, cinnamic acid as well as homovanillyl alcohol and p-methoxy-cinnamic acid, all hinting on the close bonds to the fragrances of cinnamon and vanilla. And these fragrances, lovely perfumes, make our thoughts make small jumps up into the air… and land in the land of love.

Prunes, raisins and other dried fruit contain boron, more so than honey.

Never underestimate the power of alcohol. Anyone who has had a few glasses of wine, beer, mead, champagne or stronger liqueurs knows how they can affect you. They open up your conversation, the make you feel more attractive, they make your partner or flirt seem more attractive, and, in short, make you feel so much more horny and slutty than you otherwise feel. Add also to that, the day after. Many of us can report that unmistaken horny feeling that comes with a bit too much intake of alcohol the day before.

Chocolate. Ah… sniff, sniff. It just smells so good, and melts in your mouth. Mmmh… that reminds me of… so many wonderful moments of joy.

Some people believe that the phenylethylamine found in chocolate is an aphrodisiac. It could raise love leves, that is, sexual attraction and arousal, but in reality it rapidly degrades by the enzyme MAO, making it unlikely that any significant concentrations reaches the brain when eating chocolate. There are other chemicals such as tryptophan, which is a building block of serotonin, a neurochemical that creates feelings of pleasure, and affects sexual arousal. It also contains theobromine, a chemical stimulant similar to caffeine. But the levels in a serving are so low, there just is not enough to increase sexual desires… Studies have shown no sign of increased libido in women after eating plenty of chocolate.

General for all the aphrodisiacs around the world is also the question of how much you have to take of a drug to make it cross the threshold from negligible effects into observable results. For most chemicals, you would have to eat close to ridiculous amounts… but it would be a fantastic argument for the chocolate lovers.

When it comes to smells, and substances that travel by air, we think of pheromones. There is also something called copulins, which are pheromones produced by fertile women. Studies have shown that men find women who are ovulating are more attractive than those who are not. Coconut oil is rich in copulins, and many fruits contain butanoic acid, another copulin.

Aphrodisiac smoothie recipes

Light smooth silky sexual details Indian desire smoothie

2 servings

1 dl (1/2 cup) of orange juice
1 dl (1/2 cup) of milk
1 dl (1/2 cup) of Greek yoghurt (10 percent fat)
1/2 teaspoon of clove powder
1/2 teaspoon of cardamom powder
1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon powder
1 teaspoon of vanilla powder
4-5 Strawberries
Half a mango or galia melon
Half an apple
Honey to taste

How to do it:
Place the clean, stone-free fruits and berries in a blender. Pour the juice, milk and yoghurt on top. Mix it thoroughly to a smooth blend. Add the spices and honey. Mix it again. Add ice and mix until finely crushed if you want to serve it cool at one, or place it in the fridge. Perfect for a morning after a long night of making love, when you need new energy, and to kick-start your libido.

Greek sexual details ancient love potion smoothie

2 servings

A handful of almonds (or any exotic nut you can get your hands on)
1 dl (1/2 cup) of milk
1 dl (1/2 cup) of Greek yoghurt (10 percent fat)
0,5 dl (1/4 cup) of sugar
1 teaspoon of cardamom powder
1g saffron soaked in warm milk (or cognac)

Put the almonds in hot water until you can peel the skin off them. Mash them to a paste. Warm the milk and add the paste, stir vividly. Add cardamom. Stir more. Add the saffron milk. Add ice, and mix it all in a blender.

Perfect for an autumn sex session! To be enjoyed in naughty company...

There are also fruits and drinks from around the world that will affect the taste of you and your mistress taste. Time for experimentation?

Monday, May 18, 2009

Food and drinks affect semen taste

How to make your sperm a delicious aphrodisiac - sex techniques from around the world...
...or "that fruit stand has never looked so sexy before!"

Once upon a time while studying at the university I had an intense and highly sexual relation with an Iranian woman. I was young, blond and blue-eyed, a shy young Scandinavian man from the suburb, and frankly, not very experienced. She was perhaps ten years more mature than me, very elegant and well-read in Persian poetry as well as in modern mathematics, her body voluptuous, with eyes and hair dark as the colour of charcoal, lips of sweet velvet cerise and the skin of her full breasts soft like goose feathers against the tips of my shivering fingers.

One day after a particularly arousing love-making session in her exclusive city apartment where she had lovingly licked me, sucked me and made me flood her hungry mouth with hot come, she suddenly commented on the taste of my sperm. She called it something in Persian that sounded like totferanghee, which she later on explained, as far as I can remember, meant strawberry.

Incidentally, I had the day before and the same day frolicked in fresh, sweet, juicy Swedish summer strawberries, ripe from the bush. And obviously, the aromas had somehow made their way into my semen, and onto the tongue of my experienced and open-minded mistress.

As she saw the astounded look on my face, she started telling me about all kinds of love-making techniques that she had learned in Teheran, the poetic capital of Iran, before coming to the west. She also started to explain to me what would cause a man’s sperm to taste pleasing to a woman, or indeed, to another man, and which could cause the opposite affect. It was a journey into new sensual pleasures for me and her together, filled with many sexual details

Drinking a man's sperm can be both sexy and tasty. Semen is mostly seminal fluids, containing water, protein, citric acid, fructose (a complex sugar), sodium, and chloride. There are smaller amounts of ammonia, ascorbic acid, acid phosphatase, calcium, carbon dioxide, cholesterol, prostaglandins, creatine, other minerals, and numerous other chemicals. It contains zinc, important for prostate gland function and reproductive organ growth, as well as selenium and rubidium. The protein in one load is about the protein that you find in one egg white. The pH in semen is 7 which means that it is neutral, even though most of us find the taste a bit acidic. Only about 1 percent is actual sperm.

Some say come smells like a mélange of newly cut grass and alfalfa sprouts. Usually the seminal fluid has a slightly bitter and salty taste. Perfect for all of you who like oysters…

There are some academic findings in this field. The very exciting conclusion is that you can taste and smell better for your sexual partners. There are ingredients that can make your bed time friends never want to stop sniffing and licking your testicles and cock, never wanting to take their lips away from your penis’ glans and corona. Or making devouring your partner’s dick a new pleasure. Most foods also affect the scent of your body, the perfume of your sweat and the fragrance of your urine.

Generally things that are sweet and acidic make your semen taste sweeter. Everything with a pH lever below 7 is acidic, everything above 7 is basic.

Try making a sweet love session with a sixty-nine after having some fruits that are especially high in natural sugar (fructose), like pineapple, papaya, cranberry, melons, mangoes, kiwis, apples or grapes. Tasting good must be easy in Brazil! Also try lemon. And don't forget the strawberries! Many women can testify that if their male lovers do indulge in drinking freshly squeezed juices, the man's sperm will taste better.

Vegetables are also generally good for improving your sperm taste. Try green things with high chlorophyll content like parsley, wheatgrass and celery, which give your juices a sweeter taste. But there are also vegetables to avoid, as you will notice below.

Vegetables generally contain minerals like magnesium, calcium, iron and potassium. To improve taste you could also try a nutritional complement with zinc or selenium, which will also improve your sperm count.

Water helps the body rid itself of toxins, and drinking plenty of healthy, crystal clear fresh water will enhance the taste of your liquid. It will be especially helpful if your woman tells you your taste is too strong to gulp down.

Cinnamon can make the seminal fluid taste like a Yuletide cake. That must be the case around December 13, Lucia day, when many Swedish girls dress up all clad in white dresses and wake their neighbours up in the morning, singing traditional songs, carrying candles and offering coffee, saffron buns and ginger bread cookies, full of cinnamon and cardamom…

Other spices that make your come more exotic and seductive are cardamom and peppermint. They all make the semen taste spicy and sweet.

But most of all, there are certain things you should perhaps avoid, depending on what your sexual partners like.

Caffeine, or other bitter alkaloids, like cocaine and tea, and smoking (nicotine and marijuana) make the taste less pleasurable. The same thing goes for alcohol.

Alkaline-based dishes, like different kinds of meats and fish might give semen a bitter taste. But that might also be to your liking, of course.

Especially red meat might make your semen taste salty. Consuming camel meat is especially well-known to make your sweat slightly unpleasant. When you eat protein, try to get chicken and turkey instead.

A common aphrodisiac, namely alcohol, might also give the semen an acidic and bitter taste, and as far as I can tell chemically processed spirits with high alcohol content are the worst. Sparkling white and rose wine like champagne, espumante and cava as well as delicious red wines do not seem to affect the taste. Or drink drinks filled with exotic fruits…

Even worse are dairy products with a high level of bacterial putrefaction, that is, a high level of decomposition of animal proteins by anaerobic microorganisms. Such as milk and cheese. They tend to make the semen taste salty.

Some food that are said to be aphrodisiacs also might affect the taste of a man’s semen. Especially asparagus, almost a national dish in Germany, may make a man’s sperm taste acidic and slightly bitter. A constituent chemical in this plant gives the urine and sperm a distinctive, mildly unpleasant odour. Other vegetables in the same family of vegetables, cabbage cauliflower and broccoli might also give the same results on taste.

Try to avoid spices such as garlic and onions. They have high sulfur content, making both your sweat and your semen take on an offending taste. Also a spice like curry can give the sperm an unpleasant taste.

Another thing that can affect the way a partner accepts your seed, is whether the load is small or big, and if it is thick or more like water. The thickness can vary from day to day: it depends on your diet, how much exercise you get (which also means how often you masturbate, make out and make love), how fit your pants are.

I've found no real scientific evidence about this, but there are anecdotal evidence that protein rich food like egg white and gelatin might make it thicker. As well as tomato, soy, oats and celery.

No matter what you decide to eat, remember that all suggestions above all give individual results. The way your body reacts to a special fruit, drink or food is unique. And perhaps your sex partners will notice immediately your new sex diet or just might not at all be aware of your new lustful food habits.

My experience tells me that most women are very happy if you do choose carefully what you eat and notice and love it when your sperm tastes delicious and fresh.

The best suggestion, I guess, is that you experiment together… and please don’t forget to share your results with us! We all want those juicy sexual details about sex techniques from around the world and across the globe… What do you, and what don’t you eat and drink during a sensual feast to make your semen a tasty dish for your intimate friends?

Also… even less documented is what makes a woman's pussy taste more delicious, even though I have come to believe that the same things that affect a mans taste are the same as those that affect a woman’s secret secretions. What does make licking the outer labia even more intriguing and excitingly intoxicating and making your man want more and more?

If you want to combine making your taste more appetizing, and increasing your ability and libido, you might want to look into all the different aphrodisiacs used around the world.

Just for your sexual date and dinner, remember that it takes somewhere between twelve and twenty-four hours for the food to affect your taste and smell. So you should think about it the day before your sexual orgy begins!

You can seduce your partner more easily using some gems from our boutique, for instance a tasty dietary supplement.

There are also erotic techniques to discover, to be able to taste the sexual liquids from all over the world by using the well-hidden technique behind female ejaculation and squirting.

To heighten erotic pleasure there is also more material on the secret male g-spot orgasm.

Wet and sweet kisses,

Monday, May 4, 2009

Sexual Details - world sex techniques from across the globe

I have been thinking about the techniques for giving and receiving pleasure for quite some while now: How men and women around the world have sex. What techniques are they using, what tools and tricks? Fingers, lips, tongues, that I know. But are there more things?

When visiting the museum of the Forbidden City in Beijing, once called Zijin Cheng in Chinese, I once noticed the Geisha balls of the emperor's concubines, with a note next to it saying "for good health". I am sure there must be many toys and tools that can be used to give and receive pleasure. Mankind is an inventive species.

And what leads up to having sex? Music, flowers, touching, whispering, images, kisses, nose-rubs, erotic letters, delicate food, champagne and other aphrodisiacs...? Or just caring love and tenderness? Or the smell of latex and leather, and watching others having sex?

Do people do it differently in the Arab Emirates than in Sweden? In Indonesia and China? What arts of pleasure can I learn from Kenya and Eritrea? What happens in bed in Brazil? In the Amazon jungle? In Greece and Persian Iran? There must be thing we could all learn from each other, and share.

Today I'm starting this little diary for us who love the art and pleasure of sex and erotics, and especially the techniques used around the world to give and receive satisfaction. The fact is that the internet is full of pages with very explicit pornographic material, but not so much about what actual techniques are used to inspire lust and desire.

In this blog, which I have called Sexual Details, I intend to share with you my own findings, as well as keep an open discussion about your experiences from around the world.

My hope is that there will be plenty of discussions, research, findings, erotic stories about sex techniques from around the world and across the globe!

I also hope that you will share your stories and experiences of sex techniques around the world with me here at Sexual Details. Why not start already now, by sending a mail to in or by commenting on this article. Remember that your desires and fantasies will always be safe and kept secret by me.

Until we meet again,
Warm embraces and kisses