Genesis 3:16, ( Contemporary English Bible) says: Then the Lord said to the woman, “You will suffer terribly when you give birth. But you will still desire your husband, and he will rule over you.” Unfortunately a number of women are unable to comply with this scripture, because menopause and other issues cause them to lose desire for their husbands.
If you’ve lost that loving feeling for your spouse, and are seeking ways to enhance romance, don’t spend money on prescription drugs, or dangerous herbs, both of which have side effects. You need look no further than your kitchen cabinet, for what you need to boost your love life. Drinking tea, has been shown to put the spice back in women’s romantic life.
The antioxidant catechin found in both black and green tea promotes blood flow throughout the entire body. Green tea however, has been proven to have more catechin, than black. Catechin enhances brainpower; focus, memory, mood, and sex drive.
It is important that you drink your tea, sugar free. Many studies have indicated, that too much sugar in the diet, lowers the body’s ability to produce mood lifting endorphins. Low endorphins can lead to depression, and depression in turn may lower sexual desire.
According to researchers from the Southwestern University, at Georgetown TX., green tea improves women’s sexual desire not only because it has more catechins than black tea, but because it also includes caffeine and ginseng.
An added bonus, for enhancing desire, comes from Dr. Mehmet Oz. He says that eating peanut butter and dark chocolate improve libido, because the cocoa in the chocolate improves blood flow, and the peanut butter, has monounsaturated fats, which increase female sex drive. I am a witness that this is true.
I began menopause at age 45 and now 10 1/2 years later, I can truthfully say, that decreased desire, is not my testimony. I often wondered why I was so blessed, to not deal with this unwanted side effect of menopause, that plagues so many other women. Dr. Oz has now given me the answer.
Dark chocolate, black and green tea, have all been a daily part of my diet, for many years, because they help lower cholesterol and blood pressure. I have eaten peanut butter several times a week, since childhood. I had no idea of this additional benefit, but I am loving it.
The next time you desire a romantic evening, skip the candlelit dinner, and invite your spouse to join you, in a meal of peanut butter, dark chocolate and tea. You will both be glad you did. Please keep in mind that although this is working for me, other factors in your life may keep you from the same results.
Your overall health, how much you weigh, any medical diagnosis, and or medications may play a part in your no longer enjoying love and romance. If drinking tea, eating dark chocolate and peanut butter, are not giving you the desired result, please consult a medical professional.