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15 Aphrodisiacs We Bet You Didn’t Know About

The list might come in handy for V-day.
15 Aphrodisiacs We Bet You Didn’t Know About The list might come in handy for V-day.

We've all heard the word before, but what is it?

Aphrodisiac

noun

-a  food, drink, or drug that stimulates sexual desire

adjective

-a thing that causes excitement

You’ve probably heard that chocolates and oysters are certified aphrodisiacs, but did you know that eating balut will give you the same effect? Yup, there’s actually a pretty long list of ingredients that you probably never thought could excite you in that way. Below we’ve narrowed down the list to 15 food items that will either shock or please you. 

FRUITS

Banana

And it's not just because of the shape. 

Watermelon


Strawberry


Avocado

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GREENS

Arugula


Artichoke

Love that artichoke dip with your crostini? Apparently it's a great date appetizer. 

Basil


 

PANTRY STAPLES

Chili Peppers

Chili pepper stimulates endorphins and is called by some as the symbol of love. #Sizzle

Olive Oil


Truffles

Truffle fries, anyone? 

DESSERT

Honey


Whipped cream

It has everything to do with the fact that it can be used for playing. 

Almonds

Almonds are considered to enhance fertility. 

LOCAL FINDS

Balut

It is believed to strengthen the knees–literally.

Durian

Go for it if you can take the strong smell. 

If you're planning to throw your special someone a home-cooked meal to celebrate Heart’s Day this coming February 14, you know what to do. 

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