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Oxytocin: viagra for lovers

Oxytocin is a sexual neurotransmiter for lovers: it improves masculine libido and it is a natural alternative to viagra.

Oxytocin is the hormone that triggers contractions during pregnancy and that strengthen the relationship between mother and newborn. But it is even the hormone of love and fondness, a dose of this hormone makes the orgasm more intense. European and American studies confirmed his role in increasing men’s sexual desire: men who used oxytocin nasal spray before having sex with their partner felt more sexually sated after sex. A real revolution if compared to uncritical sexual stimulants that guarantees men’s sexual erection in front of any woman.

 

Oxytocin is a sexual neurotransmitter for lovers: it improves masculine libido, it leads to a long-lasting and infallible erection and it intensifies orgasms in men (discover how to have a big penis in this article Big Penis Pills). Sex drive increases from low-weak to high-strong, so oxytocin is suitable for men who have stable partners and who are too tired at night to seduce them. These characteristics have convinced skeptical women because oxytocin is considered the “viagra” of faithful love! Though many people use other practical methods like sex toys you can get locally or online from sites like pluglust.com, natural ways and foods often times will do the trick in oxytocin production. Its properties include making men more empathetic and less aggressive, alleviating stress and helping resolve disagreements and promoting reciprocal understanding. Besides nasal spray, there are many other natural ways of increasing the endogenous production of oxytocin since both men and women synthetise this neurotransmitter in the brain. And all the following methods involve the smell, exactly like the spray.

 

Vanilla: “vanillism” was considered a disease in the early twentieth century because those who employed this aroma at work often developed dermatitis and had an uncontrollable sex drive. Vanilla’s aphrodisiac virtue has always been attributed to its sweet and fruity aroma. This scent can increase the production of oxytocin and it has remarkable antioxidant properties.

 

Lotus flower: this flower is the symbol of purity and it contains quercetin, a molecule that tackles free radicals and slow ageing. This is why quercetin helps couples to enjoy their sexuality for a long time.

 

Chocolate: its aphrodisiac power is due to phenylethylamine, the love hormone that is produced even when you just smell chocolate. The effect is more intense with dark chocolate. We’d better specify it in order to avoid mistakes when choosing the box of chocolate for the first date.

 

Massage: the contact between hands and body triggers the production of oxytocin, it promotes confidence and it increases skin sensitivity in the whole body. To stimulate further and directly the brain use massage oil with delicate scent.

 

Ylang ylang: These words mean “uncommon” because of the redolent flower cultivated in Asia and Australia where it is called the “flower of flowers”. French settlers named it “aphrodisiac perfume” because its aroma pervaded harems and women used it to scent their hair before making love. It’s a yellow flower with five-pointed leaves and many properties:

Antistress: it is tranquillizing. If taken by nose it has a relaxing effect on the central nervous system and it alleviates many disorders such as anxiety, stress and insomnia. It lowers blood pressure and tachycardia. It creates harmony and it increases libido and the desire for peace.

Aphrodisiac: it releases the sensuality and it removes insecurities and the sense of inadequacy. It is suitable for those who don’t succeed in letting themselves go or for those who don’t manage to live their sexuality with the right sense of euphoria. Among essential oils it is the one with the greatest effects on sexual drive.

Tonifying: it is traditionally used diluted in other oils to protect hair and skin and it has excellent benefits against salt, sun and wind in the summer.

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