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Spice Up Your Love Life With These Caribbean Aphrodisiacs

Caribbean men, have a voracious appetite for that three letter word. Is it truth or myth?

 
PRLog - Nov. 29, 2012 - Toronto - Caribbean women or women that love Caribbean men may have the answer as to whether Caribbean foods are Aphrodisiacs. Regardless, let's review some of the Aphrodisiacs that Caribbeans have come to embrace. Be adventurous and give them a try. They may or may not work for you, and if they don't you will still enjoy a wonderful meal.

IRISH MOSS:

 In the Caribbean, a traditional drink still enjoyed today is an aphrodisiac potion made from Irish moss (a variety of seaweed named for its moss-like appearance) with milk. In some regions, rum and spices are added for extra potency. Reported to be a health drink as well as an aphrodisiac, Irish Moss is typically sold to men.

BOIS BANDE:

For over 300 years, Caribbean men and women have been brewing a herbal tea from the bark of a unique, tropical herb known as Bois Bande (Roupala montana) to enhance their sexual performance.  In fact, research reveals that prostate cancer is extremely rare among Caribbean men who drink this herbal tea. Women also who take the brew once daily one week before and during the menstrual cycle experience little or no difficulty during their menstrual cycle.  Specifically, Bois Bande Extract is the product made exclusively from the bark of Bois Bande and natural spices. The ingredients are 100% herbal and are combined to maximize the effect of the individual natural ingredient. Unlike synthetic or chemical products that may produce harmful side effects, Bois Bande acts quickly, naturally, and beneficially for optimum satisfaction.

CONCH:

Conch is a common name that is applied to a number of different medium to large-sized sea snails or their shells. In the Caribbean, local people eat conch in soups (commonly callaloo) and salads. Restaurants all over the islands serve this particular meat, and it is often regarded as a powerful aphrodisiac.

You can purchase Caribbean from SunRise Caribbean Restaurant. Please visit http://www.youdeservetobepampered.com/index.php?option=co...

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