7 Foods That Make You Horny


Named after the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, the aphrodisiac has long been searched for and tried again and again. While there is no physical proof that these foods will excite sexual desire, there are proven side effects, like the ability to increase blood flow, that could lead to a hot roll in the hay. Here’s a list of 7 foods that make you horny. Don’t believe me? You will just have to try them out and see!


Oysters contain more zinc than any other food. Zinc plays a huge role in the production of testosterone. If you can’t seem to find the urges you once had, start with this magical¬†shellfish.


Chocolate contains phenyl ethylamine (PEA), which is a stimulant of the central nervous system that is thought to help arouse sexual emotions. When downing the chocolate, feed some to your woman. Women love chocolate…and they love to be fed.


Eggs may not be the first thing you think about as aphrodisiacs, but they are very high in vitamin B5 and B6. B5 has a couple of functions. It’s a producer of cholesterol which encourages the body to produce testosterone. It also is key to producing red blood cells. B6 reduces the amount of estrogen in the body, thereby increasing testosterone levels. This vitamin also regulates the production of androgen which is vital to increasing testosterone levels.


Unless you are a diabetic, coffee is a great stimulant for blood flow. Not only will you feel more like getting busy, you trouser snake will stand at full attention. So unless caffeine makes you anxious, this is a good one to try.


High in potassium, bananas could bring your lust to the forefront. Potassium is critical in helping your heart contract and regulates plasma testosterone and could have a regular role in controlling androgens. Lack of potassium could be harmful to your sex drive. Deficiencies in mice showed a reduction in testicular testosterone.


The hard maker. Watermelon is high in the amino acid citrulline which is then converted into the amino acid arginine. It’s then converted to nitric oxide which dilates blood vessels.¬†A rock solid choice.

Pomegranate Juice

Pomegranates are rich in antioxidants that support blood flow. A recent study by Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh notes that pomegranate juice increased testosterone by 24%, decreased blood pressure, and made noticeable mood improvements in males and females.

If you can find a way to work all of that into one dinner, then I’d say, you are in there like swimwear! But most likely the best option is to try them individually and see how you feel. One or more of these could feed all of your hard’s desire.