Most people start their day with a coffee and can’t function without it… but did you know that the right coffee can actually help in the bedroom?!
According to yourtango.com, ingredients such as java, maca, cacao, and cinnamon have been used since ancient times to boost sex drive.
Here's what each ingredient may do for you:
This Aztec root supports enzyme creation in the body which is needed to balance hormones and enhance fertility. It's often touted as an aphrodisiac, which can increase libido.
Raw cacao is a stimulant. It gets your blood pumping and triggers your body to release seratonin, which enhances mood.
Cinnamon promotes vital energy, keeping your body from that desire-sucking lag that can come after a busy day.
Honey may increase stamina, and has been shown to increase virility and fertility.
Full of healthy fats, coconut milk naturally balances hormones and will give you energy for sex, without a nasty aftercrash.
How To Make Sex Coffee
Try to make this coffee once or twice a week, when you want the added benefits of superfoods said to support sex drive. It tastes like a delicious, Aztec-spiced drink. If you've ever enjoyed Mexican Hot Chocolate, the flavor is very similar: dark chocolate, cinnamon, and just a touch of sweetness.
- 2/3 cup hot coffee
- 1 tablespoon raw cacao
- 2 tablespoons coconut milk
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon maca
Pour coffee into a medium bowl. Add cacao, coconut milk, honey, and cinnamon. Whip with hand blender until frothy. Add the maca, whip once more, and serve immediately. Enjoy - and happy sexing!
For more information visit yourtango.com.
DISCLAIMER: This recipe makes no health-related promises. It simply offers a delicious way to enjoy superfoods said to support a number of health benefits. Consult with your doctor before adding any new or unfamiliar ingredients to your diet, especially if you're on medication.
Information and recipe source: yourtango.com.
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