A Libido Boosting Menu for the Full Harvest Moon.


“I want to do with you what spring does with the cherry trees” ~ Pablo Neruda

 When it comes to making love, there is nothing more romantic than being bathed in moonlight.

If you are lucky enough to have a bedroom that faces the light of the moon, you know what I mean. Moonlight is gentle yet stimulating. It lends an ethereal feel to touch.

What’s even better, is precluding a night of naughtiness with a light dinner that can only boost the mood and raise pleasure.

Food is a sexy way to entice a lover, and there are many foods that boost libido. It’s best to eat light, and reserve all that energy your body would normally use for digestion towards something a bit more enjoyable!

Seduction is all about anticipating your lover’s needs and layering moments, so that by the time you’re ready to bare it all, you’ll both have been massaged into a state of willing participation.

Tempt your senses with this light menu. We’re after stamina and freshness, of body, spirit and mind.

Whetting the appetite.

At least an hour before, lure your lover into relaxing by feeding him or her a tempting plate of watermelon and strawberries. Juicy, sweet watermelon is a known aphrodisiac and contains citrulline and lycopene, which dilate and relax blood vessels. Hello!

Share kisses and bites. Perhaps a little Prosecco would add some gentle stimulation…but don’t drink too much! Alcohol can dampen nerve receptors and besides, you’ll want to remember this.

More here…http://www.elephantjournal.com/2016/09/a-libido-boosting-menu-for-the-full-harvest-moon/


  1. In 1963, I was twelve, and the quintessential Catholic schoolgirl. I was completely seduced by the the dinner scene in Tom Jones. Changed forever, me. Food and, as you illustrate, how it is consumed, is, I think, the ultimate aphrodisiac. Oh, and the lustful chocolates in Chocolat–both book and movie–deserve honorable mention. Thanks, as always, for your essay.

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