Wednesday, January 21, 2015

A Recipe for Sex – it takes two to Mango

Mangos, known as the “king of fruit” rightfully comes by this name as it is rich in amino acids, vitamin C, vitamin E, flavonoids, beta carotene, niacin, calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium.

About 4000 BC , the wild mango originated in the foothills of the Himalayas of India and Burma, and about 40 to 60% of these trees still grow in India and Southeast Asia.  Though native to Southern and Southeast Asia, the fruit is now also grown in Central and South America, Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Today there are over 1,000 different varieties of mangos throughout the world.

Now aside from all the other great health benefits, mangos are good for your sex life. Rich in vitamin E and niacin (B-3), these two erotic vitamins enhance our sexual health. Vitamin E can be used as a safe natural lubricant. In an animal study it was found that depriving males of vitamin E rich foods caused the testicles to shrink and for females cause the fetus to shrink back into the female tissues of the uterus. Scientist believe that vitamin E is essential for fertility.

Niacin is responsible for that warm flush we feel in the throes of sexuality. It is also important in the manufacture of the sex and adrenal hormones. The ability of a male to reach orgasm is dependent upon the release of histamine. When animals that we unable to reach an orgasm were given niacin they were able to copulate.  

Niacin is also responsible for bringing blood to the skin’s surface making it more sensitive to touch and is believed to heighten the sexual experience. It also causes an increase in mucus to the mouth and genital area.

A pretty face and soft skin go a long ways towards enticing a lover. Mangos are high in Vitamin A which is the vitamin the skin needs to stay healthy and glowing. For acne you can cut up a fresh mango and place the flesh on the skin. It is soothing and healing. To make your skin soft and oh so touchable try this simple body scrub:

1 ripe mango peeled
1/2 cup sugar
1TBS honey
2 TBS whole milk

Blend mango, sugar, honey, and milk in a blender until it is smooth. Stand in the shower while rubbing this treatment all over vigorously. Rinse with warm water and finish with cool water.

More mangos are eaten daily than any other fruit in the world. Soft skin, healthy eyes and a sensitive touch just might set the mood, making the mango a sexy fruit!

Doctor Lynn


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