Up in Smoke: Unusual Natural Aphrodisiacs

By Playboy.com Staff

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It’s happened to us all in the bedroom, man and woman alike. We’re in the mood...but maybe that mood needs a little boost. Maybe we hit the gym a little too hard and are feeling some muscle soreness, perhaps the boss is riding us roughshod at work or possibly it could be a case of “the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.”

To help you out of a tight spot, we’ve assembled this list for Up in Smoke of natural, but unusual, solutions, most of which we’re sure you’ve never thought of as aphrodisiacs. And, of course, they’re all presented by the best natural aphrodisiac of them all, the luscious Playboy Cybergirls, Amateurs and Coeds.

Model: Winona West - Put a pumpkin pie in the oven to bake before getting down for foreplay? Yes! One scientific study found that the smell of pumpkin pie is arousing for both women and men. So get baking...or just go buy a pumpkin spice–scented candle.

Model: Ashley Lauren - Get competitive with your paramour. Don’t go overboard, but play some rounds of tennis or Xbox against your partner. A little competition between the sexes raises the testosterone in both parties which can lead to a boost in desire so play some rounds of tennis or Xbox against your partner.

Model: Kimberly Kisselovich - Any regular exercise routine gets the blood flowing and raises the hormones, but yoga in particular has strong sexy side effects. Yoga causes the body to produce more sex hormones and increases the blood flow to the genitals.

Model: Victoria Winters - Live life on the edge, watch a horror movie, take a dangerous risk or seek out a thrill. It turns out getting a little terrified has the aftereffect of priming the body for some loving. The time for skydiving is now!

Model: Erika Knight - Explore her spice rack. Garlic, saffron and nutmeg are shown to have libido-boosting effects.

Model: Giulia Borio - Scientists have noticed a link between drinking red wine and having a high sex drive. Knock back a glass and see if it works, but don’t overindulge, as too much will probably have the opposite effect.

Model: Alyssa A. Marie - Lurk your lover’s Facebook page. Staring at a photo of someone you’re attracted to for 30 seconds or longer makes the brain pump out libido-raising hormones.


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