It is a highly effective aphrodisiac for both men and women. It has a reinvigorating effect, is very nourishing, leads to the quantitative increase of the secretions the sexual glands produce and in small quantities (about 2 teaspoonfuls a day) it helps to harmoniously adjust the body’s weight.
Its energy value is quite high, and because the organism can easily assimilate it, it becomes even more effective and precious as an energizer.
As previously mentioned, it is also used as an aphrodisiac, or as support for medicinal plants or other remedies with aphrodisiac effects.
It is known and reputed as an aphrodisiac in the erotic arts of the great majority of people around the world and is even considered a kind of love-elixir. In the ancient myths of many cultures, honey is depicted as a celestial gift from the gods.
An Arabic scientist, named Djenilouss recommended this, several hundred years back: “the person who feels weakened should drink one glass of thick honey before going to bed and eat 20 almonds and 100 pine seeds as well. This diet should be observed for 30 days.” This recipe has not lost its validity, despite its age.
Another simple and famous recipe consists of one egg yolk, one spoon of liquid honey, 100 ml of warm milk, and a little cardamom powder. This recipe is recommended for weak and thin men.
Honey is recommended especially in liquid form. Warming it up leads to a decrease of its curative value, due to the annulment of its enzymatic properties (a temperature of above 45 Celsius degrees destroys these enzymes).
It would be ideal to use honey obtained from one plant only. For a more pronounced aphrodisiac effect, consume forest, sunflower, fir or acacia honey and avoid poppy and linden tree honey as much as possible.
Honey is especially suited for the preservation of vitamin-fruits such as sea buckthorn, hibiscus, blackberries, etc.
They represent another aliment that is high in energy (the energy value of nuts is 660-710 cal/100 gr.), with a high content of proteins (14%), fat (63%) and glucides (15%). They are extremely rich in zinc, copper, and vitamin E, containing small quantities of vitamins A, B1, B2 and C.
Nuts are recommended as aphrodisiacs for both men and women, especially for those having to deal with physical weakness, anemia, etc. Nuts are also said to stimulate sperm secretion.
People suffering of or predisposed to arterial sclerosis should eat nuts, because they are reputed as an anti-sclerotic remedy. Their energy value is comparable to that of meat and they hold the advantage of being much, much healthier. Furthermore, they are easier to digest, especially when compared to other foods of the same consistency.
Nuts contain great quantities of the vitamin known as F2, which makes them highly valued for the treatment of impotence and sterility.
The F vitamin is a new name for what we used to know as unsaturated fatty acids. The F vitamin plays an important part in the assimilation of the A vitamin and especially E vitamin, which are also essential in preserving one’s sexual potency.
They can be used in cases of diabetes and enuresis (uncontrolled nocturnal urination). We remind you that there is a very close connection between the urinary apparatus and the genital apparatus. Many traditional texts mention that controlling one’s urinary potential equals controlling one’s sexual potential.
Making nuts an important part of your diet is also advisable if you are going through some hard times, physically or mentally.
Nuts are extremely Yang, therefore they amplify the masculine energy of a person.