A cure for impotence
Throughout history, pineapple was used as a cure for impotence. And the tradition of using this fruit to boost sex drive continues today. Just Google it and you’ll find that the internet is littered with recipes for “libido lifting” pineapple juice cocktails. So, yes, it is fair to say, simply based on the breadth of personal accounts, that this exotic delight is an aphrodisiac.
Why is pineapple an aphrodisiac?
If you look at this tropical fruit from a nutritional standpoint, you can start to see some of the elements that add up to pineapple’s aphrodisiac reputation. The fruit is loaded with vitamin C. (Vitamin C is essential to the production of “happy hormones.”) It is also rich in antioxidants. These nutrients not only help support good blood flow but antioxidants also fight aging. Which means they help us look and feel our most vibrant.
What are the health benefits of pineapple?
Beyond being a stand out source of vitamin C, this tropical fruit is a very good food source of manganese. And this could be where pineapple gets its reputation for fighting impotence. Manganese is well known as essential for the health of human libido, particularly for men. In lab studies, manganese deficiencies caused loss of libido and a lack of seminal fluid. So the fact that one cup of pineapple provides the body with 67% of the recommended daily intake of manganese is significant when it comes to men’s health.
In addition, a reason this fruit is an aphrodisiac is that it provides the body with thiamine. Another important nutrient for keeping your body in its prime, thiamine helps provide the energy needed to optimize those primal urges.
When you add it all up from a nutritional perspective, it’s easy to see why this tangy fruit is an aphrodisiac, particularly for men.
That other thing you’ve been wondering about…?
And as for that thing you’ve probably been wondering about since the start of this article…Can drinking pineapple juice can improve the experience (or flavor) of one particular oral act?
Sadly, there is absolutely no scientific research to substantiate the claim. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean it isn’t true. After all, some noted authorities in this area, including adult film actress Annie Sprinkle, have weighed in on the subject. Maintaining that pineapple impacts a woman’s pleasure, Sprinkle recommends a man consume fresh pineapple or other fruit juice a few hours before this type of intimate exchange of body fluids. Seems like pretty sound advice and one that certainly adds up to proving that pineapple is an aphrodisiac.
Castleman, M. “Article with Title I’m Not Allowed to Say Because it Contains a Word that Gets Me on Google’s Naughty List.” Psychology Today. N.p., 30 Nov. 2009. Web.
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