SECRET TO ENHANCING FEMALE AROUSAL…

There are certain products in the market right now that are claiming to enhance female sexual arousal and the pleasure a woman experiences during intercourse. They claim to boost a woman’s desire and add pleasure to her partner’s experience. The first time I saw a commercial I thought “wow—that could be a wonder tool…”

After fifteen years of marriage and four children later—you start to reach the bottom of the treasure chest, you know what I mean? So all kinds of thoughts started going through my head about the product.  “What is it like?”  “Does it feel funny?” “Does it sting?”  “Does it taste good?” (Yes…“DOES IT TASTE GOOD?”).

Science never fails to bewilder me, and I thought for the first time, maybe someone had come to knock over what had been taught from female to female in the generations in my family about secret weapons to help with female arousal.

I often refer to Old Mother in most of my blogs.  For those of you who follow me, you know that Old Mother is my great-great grandmother and one of the lady’s in my family that helped carry down wonderful herbal, spice and floral recipes that we use in our everyday life.

(see Picture of Old Mother below)

I can imagine what you’re thinking. And yes, this lady would actually sit fanning herself as she rocked on our front porch in Cuba—talking to my mother and my grandmother about female arousal.  These old ladies had sex in their hey day,  and they liked it—where did you think they got so many grandchildren from—a cabbage patch?

 

Before I go on to tell you one of Old Mother’s secrets that was handed down to her to help with female arousal, I am going to talk further about some of the arousal products on the market today.

Used by women around the world to battle the sexual side effects from menopause, birth control, sexual dysfunction, or maybe just the actual side effect of monogamy– the arousal products on the market today may seem like an answer—even a blessing—for some.  But what are they?  What the heck makes them work?

My curiosity led me on a quest to find these answers, to see if they could actually top what I had been using for years–my secret, “little weapon” that brings down my 6 foot tall husband to his knees…literally. (teehee) I will let you know about my secret weapon in a bit.

First, here’s what I found out about the current arousal products on the market:

 

What they do:

  • Create a rush of pleasure and increased  sensitivity
  • Helps reach the peak of sexual pleasure more quickly
  • Increases the intensity of satisfaction

How they work:

  • Massage a small amount directly to the intimate area
  • Some of the products claim to be all natural ingredients, heightening arousal and sensitivity– some list their main ingredients as being propylene glycol and niacin, which they claim are what helps the female reach arousal

Extra Incentives:

  • Might come in different “flavors”
  • Most are reported to  give you a “tingly” or “warming” sensation

It is important for women to keep in mind that the area of the body that these products are intended for is highly absorptive, and that these ingredients will be very quickly circulated through the body.

Keeping that in mind, I want you to know that propylene glycol can be found in anti freeze.  I don’t know about you, but I don’t want anything having to do with anti freeze anywhere near my Netherlands.

Niacin, too, has its sour points—as it has been associated with birth defects in laboratory animals, with possible consequences for infant development in pregnant women. Although to be fair, according to the study that raised this claim, I must include that this has been found only in doses used to lower cholesterol when taking niacin internally.

The arousal products that claim to be natural on the market today have a myriad of ingredients on an oil base (which acts as a natural lubricant). Its side effects will generally be isolated to skin irritation and allergic reaction. Some women have complained of a burning sensation instead of the intended tingling. Other women have experienced some itching and swelling of the genitals after use. Though most complaints are minor, they still can be fairly uncomfortable and bothersome.

Nevertheless, all the products, whether natural or scientifically engineered, have to be applied topically. A woman massages the oil onto her genitals to get results. Typically, she will experience a tingling sensation to the area. While most women “feel” it working (mostly due to sensory sensation), it’s still uncertain whether it’s the oil, or the process of application (which is essentially the rubbing of the clitoris) that makes them seem to work. I’m all for anything that will invite myself or my husband into the foreplay arena, so I like this already—whether or not it works–but, with a cost range from $27 to $90 per bottle or pack—some might find it to be another reason to use the old “headache” excuse.

Now, let’s talk about the secret “little weapon” recipe that has been handed down in my family for years.  Its simple, it’s inexpensive, you can get it anywhere, and it tastes good.  As a matter of fact, most of us eat it everyday already– from our coffee to our cakes—at one time or another, most of us have it—CINNAMON.

One of the oldest spices known to mankind, cinnamon is a natural female stimulant.  For centuries, it has been known to incite passion and arousal in women.  Studies have also shown that the smell of cinnamon arouses sexual desire in the male.

So how do you use it? SPARINGLY.  The trick to cinnamon on the female area is to use a dab—just enough to get the juices flowing, so to speak.  Cinnamon can be highly irritating to the skin and to the mucous membranes if you use too much, so try it out, a little at a time.  Make a game of it (that’s what we do).  It’s supposed to tingle a little—if it starts to burn a little, that’s ok too (if you’re the type to actually like a little spanking in the boudoir, you might like this– A LOT).  Of course, if you’re allergic to cinnamon it’s best to stay away from this recipe altogether.

If you feel you need a bit more stimulation—mix the cinnamon with honey (which can boost the levels of nitric oxide/nitrite in the bloodstream and can cause engorgement of the clitoris in a woman.)  Again, use just a bit, you want gliding action, not a penis trap.

So the next time you are in the mood for a little “arousal” of your spirit and female body parts, go for the spice rack before you head off to your local pharmacy.

-Bella

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  1. I’d like to thank you for the efforts you have put in penning this
    website. I really hope to see the same high-grade content by you in the future
    as well. In fact, your creative writing abilities has encouraged me to get my very own blog now 😉

    • Michelle Brezae
    • August 6th, 2018

    You lost me at honey. NOTHING goody or sweets! Bacteria LOVE sweets. It’s a nono

    • Actually Michelle, Cinnamon oil is found to be extremely effective in treating various strains of Candida- and honey has been proven to treat yeast infections through rigorous trials. I’m not telling you to feed your vagina, I am simply suggesting you might try a bit -sparingly- and see what happens, you might be surprised. At the end of the day, loosening up and trying new things with the partner you love is what it’s all about- baby steps. Enjoy each other!

    • Michelle Brezae
    • August 6th, 2018

    Foody! Autocorrect sucks

    • Mark Freeland
    • October 9th, 2018

    What about cinnamon OIL?
    answer: the oil dirived from Cinnamomum verum (known as the true cinnamon) in its most natural state is the most effective. Again, our opinion has been that it should be used only sparingly and in limited amounts and watch out for any reactions. Always use your best judgement, be smart about la labels and sources, and if ever in doubt, consult a medical professional.

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