How to use flowers to spice up your sex life
Move over Valentine’s Day, there are 364 other days of the year when flowers can still serve as love letters, apologies and, believe it or not, tools of seduction.
Whether it’s the impact of color, shape or scent, flowers have been instruments of sensuality for millennia.
And that’s not just the obvious, and although red roses have been associated with love and seduction for ages, there are many other flowers that can influence and impact a good time between the sheets.
Jasmine is not only one of the most fragrant and tender flower varieties that you can plant in your garden or, to insert in an arrangement, it also has several properties that make it naughty and pleasant at the same time.
Jasmine is considered very feminine in its essence and is said to rekindle the love of your beau or belle.
The oil derived from the flower is said to increase sexual desire, stamina and libido.
Sunflowers make big, beautiful, and bold statements wherever they’re placed at home, in the office, or in a gifted setting, but they’re useful for more than just looking pretty or making cooking oil.
Sunflower seeds have also been named a libido enhancing snack.
But this larger than life flower is said to have anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which, in turn, promote a sense of well-being and, therefore, lessen a feeling of nervousness and anxiety, which improves chamber performance.
For real excitement, turn to poppies.
This beautiful flower is said to have the ability to arouse sexual fantasy and desire, while its fragrance is known for its attractive properties.
As with sunflowers, poppy seeds are edible and, in addition to improving mood when eaten, they are also said to promote relaxation and an overall sense of well-being.
It is also said that he improves overall sexual health and libido.
Orchids are not only beautiful and exotic, they are also a symbol of desire.
According to ancient Greek mythology, this flower was associated with fertility, and women believed that when pregnant, the child’s father had to eat lots of orchid tubers to ensure that the baby would be a boy.
Orchids are also a popular alternative for Valentine’s Day.
Some orchids produce vanilla pods, known as a key ingredient for sexual desire.
According to legend, the flower and its seed create a sexual desire that other members of the floral family simply cannot compete with.
It’s alluring and sensual, and it’s all about lust.
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Also plant lavender in your garden. They are not only attractive and beautifully colored purple flowers, but studies have shown that sexual desire is fueled by its fragrance, especially in lavender oil.
The use of lavender oil in aromatherapy has been shown to improve sleep, reduce anxiety and depression while increasing the build up of lust.
Morning Glory is a powerful aphrodisiac.
The seeds are also edible, apparently, and have hallucinogenic properties. But there is a better way to use them, and a much safer one.
The flowers are said to contain acidic substances that produce increased contractions and movement in women, of course, sexually.
Plant them all around the house, wait and see.
Beyond finding flowers to chemically induce a good time, a beautiful arrangement also doubles as a love letter or a note of intent.
Getting into pants flowers includes coral or orange, or two-toned sunset roses that represent passion and desire, purple carnations share ideas of dreams and fantasy, while acacia and l ambrosia make sure to let your potential lover know that the feeling is mutual.