Myrrh is considered in Ayurvedic medicine to be one of the best rejuvenating herbs to slow down the aging process. It is still used today as it was thousands of years ago to restore the female reproductive system, increase energy and to dispel repressed emotions.
Peppers, particularly cayenne pepper, increase the “fire” in the body, stimulating energy and enhancing vitality. They have long been used to increase sexual energy and fertility and to prolong life.
Rose is a traditional symbol of love, and a tonic to the female reproductive system, used to treat infertility and to enhance sexual desire. In men, roses have been used to treat lack of sexual interest and impotence. In aromatherapy oil of rose is used to treat a wide range of problems associated with the reproductive tract - including emotional problems related to sexuality causing problems such as frigidity and impotence.
Cloves are wonderfully stimulating and warming. The lift the spirits, relax tension, increase energy and have a reputation from ancient times for “stirring up lust” when eaten.
Rosemary is an excellent tonic, in the past seen as a symbol of love and fidelity. It has rejuvenating action, and its antioxidant properties help to slow the aging process.
Ginger is another stimulating and warming spice, increasing energy and vitality and stimulating the circulation. It is used for a variety of menstrual problems, and it is recommended for impotence or lack of sexual energy caused by deficiency of vital warmth in the body. It is taken as an aphrodisiac in many countries of the world.
Garlic acts as an invigorating tonic, used in the past in many places as an “elixir of youth”. It imparts energy and vitality and its antioxidant properties help to slow the aging process. It has been widely acclaimed as an aphrodisiac.
Cinnamon has been used since the time of the Crusaders in love potions and as an aphrodisiac for both men and women. It is a wonderfully strengthening tonic, increasing the circulation, enhancing energy and vitality and has been used for centuries for frigidity and impotence.
Parsley was said to enhance beauty and youthfulness, and it was used in love potions for “unwilling” women for its aphrodisiac powers. It stimulated circulation and increases energy, and makes a very nutritious tonic.