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Ladies, it’s about to get real. When it comes to natural aphrodisiacs for women, the list is endless. Its no surprise to find out there are more options for women than there are for men. Perhaps this is because Aphrodisiacs are named after Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty.

They say if it’s good, it will take you there and we are here to uncover the mystery. Wondered why something you had eaten gave you a sudden rush of feel good hormones? Look no further, the explanation could be right here. We’ve narrowed it down to the top 7 aphrodisiacs for women you’ve got to try.

Here we go…



If bubbles could make the world a better place, Champagne would be a super power. Nigerians are said to be the second largest champagne consumers in the world. Did you know that majority of these consumers are women? Champagne is infused with the holy grail combination potassium, zinc and magnesium, which are essential for female sex hormone production. It is also said that the yeasty bouquet of dry champagne accurately mimics the scent of female sex pheromones. Bottoms up.


Red wine

Mysterious and compelling, two glasses of red wine is all it takes to awaken your desire. The compound content in red wine enhance levels of sexual desire according to research. It increases blood flow to women’s erogenous areas, which leads to increased levels of desire. Moderation is key as taking more than two glasses will turn you off immediately.



I think the real reason why chocolate melts in your mouth is because it’s so good. No cap. It causes a spike in dopamine which promotes feelings of pleasure. Chocolate is loaded with anandamide and phenylethylamine, which boost serotonin levels – the feel-good hormone responsible for sexual arousal and the chemical released when people fall in love. Wow.




Pumpkin leaf, also know as Ugwu is as good as a miracle drug. It’s power packed with all you need to release some feel good hormones. The vitamins and minerals, includes Potassium, Calcium, Folic acid, Iron, Vitamin E, Vitamin B6, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Thiamine, Niacin, Dietary fibers, Riboflavin, Copper, Manganese, and Proteins. Whoosh that was a mouth full. Next time you eat Ugwu, don’t take it for granted.




This root has some deep roots in improving your sexual desire. It impacts sexual performance and the ability to orgasm. Ginger also gives you a healthy heart and veins which helps blood flow quicker to sexual stimulation. It also helps blood circulation.



The only aphrodisiac that wears a crown, is a royal recipe to cure impotence. Pineapples contain Vitamin C and thiamine which release happy hormones and give a boost of energy. Known as a libido booster, it also contains manganese, which is revered for sexual health. Let’s not forget it makes you taste sweet in the middle, you know, you know.


Honey Money

Honey is said to be an aphrodisiac because it contains boron, which regulate hormone levels, and nitric oxide, which is released in the blood during arousal. However, it is a well known fact that Nigerian women always appreciate and love money. We call it the ultimate aphrodisiac, seductive and irresistible by all. Am I right or am I right?

Which one will you try?



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