Erotic Chocolate

Written by Jill Morrison
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Erotic chocolate is simply standard chocolate that is enhanced with special herbs and libido stimulating ingredients. Chocolate naturally contains ingredients that improve sexual desire and overall mood. In fact, chocolate has been considered a natural aphrodisiac for many years. However, large amounts of chocolate must be consumed for effects to be noticed.

Chocolate has been recognized as an aphrodisiac by many cultures and well-known historical figures. For instance, Casanova regularly ate chocolate in addition to champagne and oysters, which have similar effects. It is said that Montezuma drank 50 cups of chocolate each day so that he could be alert and attentive to his harem of 600 women. It seems that many men in history have used chocolate to boost sexual drive. However, current studies have shown that the ingredients in chocolate are much more effective for women than men.

Ingredients Found in Erotic Chocolate

Chocolate contains ingredients that boost sexual drive in addition to overall mood. These primary ingredients are theobromide and phenyl ethylamine. Theobromide is known to cause mental and physical relaxation. It can also promote feelings of alertness and well-being. Phenyl ethylamine is known as the "love chemical" or the "passion chemical." It is very effective at producing feelings of arousal, excitement, and attraction in women.

Standard chocolate bars only contain small doses of these sexually enhancing ingredients. After the benefits of chocolate ingredients were recognized, companies began to develop erotic chocolate bars. These chocolates may contain additional doses of phenyl ethylamine, herbs, and sometimes other ingredients found in chocolate as well. Special herbs may also be added to these chocolates to increase the effects of sexual desire, happiness, or attentiveness.


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