Love herbs or aphrodisiac herbs are plants that are believed to enhance sexual desire, pleasure, or performance. Many people around the world use them for their alleged aphrodisiac properties. These herbs have been used for centuries in traditional medicine systems around the world to treat a variety of sexual disorders, including low libido and impotence. This is the second part of our article on aphrodisiac herbs. Look into the FIRST PART of our article, to discover more. Here are some additional aphrodisiac herbs that can be used in love rituals:
Rose: The sweet fragrance and delicate petals of the rose are believed to have aphrodisiac properties. In traditional medicine, rose water, rose oil, and rose petals are all used to increase desire and pleasure. Some people believe that the aroma of roses can stimulate the senses and increase feelings of love and desire.
Guarana: This herb, which is native to the Amazon rainforest, contains caffeine and is often used as a natural stimulant. It is believed to increase energy levels and improve mental clarity, which may in turn enhance sexual performance. Some people use guarana to increase stamina and improve physical performance, including in the bedroom.
Red Lotus: The red lotus is a symbol of spiritual awakening and enlightenment in many Eastern cultures. It is also believed to have aphrodisiac properties and is often used in traditional medicine to increase sexual desire and pleasure. In traditional Chinese medicine, the red lotus is thought to nourish the kidneys, which are believed to be responsible for reproductive health.
Hibiscus: This colorful flower is often used in teas and herbal remedies for its alleged aphrodisiac properties. It is believed to increase circulation and boost energy levels, which may help improve sexual performance. In traditional medicine, hibiscus is often used to treat a variety of sexual disorders, including low libido and impotence.
Schisandra Berries: These small, red berries are native to Asia and are believed to have a range of health benefits, including increased energy and improved sexual function. In traditional Chinese medicine, schisandra berries are thought to nourish the kidneys and liver, which are believed to be important for sexual health.
Saffron: This expensive spice is derived from the stigmas of the crocus flower and is believed to have aphrodisiac properties. It is often used in traditional medicine to improve sexual desire and performance. Some people believe that saffron may stimulate the senses and increase feelings of desire and pleasure.
Ginkgo Biloba: This herb is derived from the leaves of the ginkgo tree and is believed to improve circulation and boost energy levels. It is often used in traditional medicine to improve sexual function. Some people believe that ginkgo biloba may improve blood flow to the genital area, which may enhance sexual performance.
Horny Goat Weed: This herb that gets its name from its alleged ability to increase libido and improve sexual function. It is often used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat a variety of sexual disorders, including low libido and impotence. Some people believe that horny goat weed may improve blood flow to the genital area and increase sensitivity, leading to enhanced sexual performance.
You can find these magical love herbs in our herbal blend LOVE and FIRE, and also in our herbal tea blend PASSION.
Herbalism: Herbs for Love Part II