Garlic is a famous aphrodisiac in both the East and the West. For instance, in Japan it used to be considered a basic aphrodisiac, almost reaching honey’s fame in this area. It is also used as a spice in various meals which strengthen the organism.
Garlic’s beneficialial effect on an organism suffering from infections is of great importance, due to some chemical substances that make it up.
It is successfully used in fighting off infections of the genitalia, and it may be applied both internally and externally. Used raw or as spice, the garlic has tonic like, aphrodisiac and balancing effects on the organism.
In folk tradition, garlic is used to avoid ejaculations while sleeping, as well as in the treatment of premature ejaculations, where it is necessary to eat at least one clove of garlic.
GARLIC JUICE WITH HONEY AND PROPOLIS: One teaspoon of garlic juice plus 1-3 teaspoons of honey plus 1 teaspoon of propolis tincture are used in the treatment of the common cold, renal infections and impotence caused by an infectious disease.
An Arab doctor notes in ancient writings from 1300: “Men who have lost their sexual potency due to an infectious disease should eat spiced foods, with plenty of garlic, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and pepper.”
In great quantities garlic slows the thinking process, therefore moderation is advisable. For the people who cannot stand garlic in their diet, it is recommended to drink apple-vinegar with water or lemon juice after eating it.
Many researchers in the natural medicine field recommend in cases of a cold to eat 2 cloves of garlic daily. This is also useful for other disorders of the respiratory tracts, for hormonal imbalance and for the cure of cardio-vascular diseases.
Some researchers indicate the fact that garlic has beneficialial effects on one’s psychic activity, bringing balance to it.
Furthermore, the action of garlic as an anti-cancer agent has also been confirmed.
10. EGG YOLK
Egg yolk is one of the most important foods recommended for people who want to stop eating meat.
Its protein content is 15 %, lipid is 12-13 %, and mineral salts 0,8-1,1%. It also contains vitamins A, D, E and in smaller quantities vitamins B1, B2 and B12. Among minerals there are: calcium, phosphor, iron, zinc and magnesium.
The yolk is more easily digested than the egg-white, therefore, we recommend that you avoid eating the egg-white as much as possible.
The yolk is especially recommended for people who lack vitality and who cannot eat large quantities of food during one meal. It is also recommended to spice up the egg yolk, in order to help with digestion.
Egg yolk is also almost as famous as honey from an aphrodisiac point of view. To benefit from this particular quality, mix the yolk with honey and spices, or honey and milk.
Here are some excerpts from ancient Eastern writings: “the man that desires to make love all through the night should eat many eggs fried in fresh butter.” (careful with your liver!)
“The result will be delightful and amazing for the person eating egg yolks mixed with cinnamon and pepper for several days.”
Advice from a very smart sheik: “A man who eats egg yolk on an empty stomach every morning will soon notice that this aliment is powerful sexual excitant. The same result is obtained if we mix the yolks with freshly chopped onions and we consume this for 3 days.”
We must eat eggs in moderate quantities, however, otherwise we will risk having liver problems. People with a slow digestion should be particularly careful with this aliment. Usually, egg yolks are easier to digest if they are not boiled or fried, but served raw.
Caution: Avoid eating eggs (even egg yolks) in large quantities if you suffer of: hepatic insufficiency, lesions of the intestinal mucous membrane, gal affections and any other disorders related to these.