Betel palm (Areca catechu) – strong stimulant, betel seeds eaten, they contain alkaloids that have stimulating effect on the entire body and eros. Toxic to intestinal parasites. It’s a traditional aphrodosiac in Ayurvedic medicine and is counted among the eight types of plesure in the Brahmanic tradition. It has magical and religious properties and used as an offering to the Gods.
Borrachero (Methysticodendron amesianum, Solanaceae) Columbia – strong inebriant, aphrodisiac, use decoctions made from fresh leaves. All parts of plant contain highly active tropane alkaloids, with 80% scopolamine.
Brunfelsia (Brunfelsia species, Solanaceae) Amazon – mild psychodelic, hallucinogene, use decoctions made from root for love drink and against snake bites.
Cacao tree( Theobroma cacao) Central America-mild stimulant, ground beans made into drink or chocolate bar. Antient Indian recepie of chocolati: roasdet beans are ground and dissolved in water, along with vanila, cayenne pepper, matico pepper, pimento, canella, squash seeds, cup of gold and can be salty or sweetened with honey. Cocoa was considered the “food of gods”; Aztec prostitutes were paid in cocoa. Beans contain theobromine and caffeine, aphrodosiac phenylethylamine.
Calamus (Araceae) – stimulant, skin irritant, use oil added to tea or bath, promotes erection. Chew root to ward off exhaustion or pulverize for snuff. For sex stimulation high doses recommended, an herbal bath with calamus increases erotic desires.
Cardamom Elettaria cardamomum) Soitheast Asia – stimulant, especially of added to coffee, essential oil has erotic effect.
Carrot (Daucus carota) worldwide – invigator, the root has diuretic and abortifacient powers and incites coitus, contain carotine and vitamin A uncooked. Wild carrot seeds regulate menstruation and have intipregnant effect. Chew a sponfull of seeds few hours before after sex to avoid pregnancy.
Cayenne pepper (Capsicum annuum, Solanaceae) Middle and South America – stimulant, irritant, fresh or dried fruits eaten. A snuff made from the fruits has ritual significance. It is a hot food and heatence the sexual drive. It has irritating effect on membranes and urogenital area. Contains acrid substance capsaicin and a lot of vitamin C. Avoid overdosage.
Celery (Apium graveolenns) – stimulant, fresh root eaten, it strenghen the sex organs. Celery root contains an essential oil and minerals iron, calcium, magnesuim, sulphur, phosphorus.
Chilito (Epithelantha micromeris), Mexico – cactus, increases performance, doping agent, fresh fruits eaten. Unlish self-destructing forces present in the evil people. All parts contain triterpenes and psychodelically active alcaloids.
Cinnamon ( Cinnamomum zeylanicum) Southern Asia , evergreen – stimulant, spice used in food or massage oil into genitals for erotic stimulation.
Clary (Salvia sclarea) Mediterrenian – erotic stimulant, essential oil ingested or inhailed, plant added to wine used in aromatherapy as aphrodisiac, dried plant smoked.
Clove (Eugenia caryophyllata) Moluccas – stimulant, used as spice or oil, that has strong aniseptic and stimulating properties.
Coca shrub(Erythroxylum coca) South America- strong stimulating effect on central nervous system, leaves chewd with lime, smoked or sniffed as cocaine. Indians considered the coca a gift from gods and held it sacred. The leaves was used for oracular, medicinal and religious purposes. The fresh leaves were chewed with slaked lime as a stimulant and aphrodisiac. All parts especially leaves contain cocaine, stimulant and anasthetic.
Coconut palm (Cocos nucifera) – invigorator, inebriant, eat flash of coconut or drink coconut wine- the sap of the tree. Add thorn apple seeds or cocnut milk and honey for better results. Palm wine can be dilstilled schnapps called arak.
Cola nut (Cola nitida) Central Africa – stimulant, used in love magic, fresh nuts chewed or extract ingested. Was used as currency in W Africa. Contain hight concentration of caffeine, theobromine and tannin.
Coral tree (Erythrina americana) America- strong inebriant,poison,magical agent, plant of prophecy, seeds ingested. After eating few of the seeds women become totally available. Great for one night stay, in Mexico women who looked for a one time lover wear the necklace from this seeds. The wood is used to make phallic amulets. The beans contain cytisine, a psychodelicaly active but toxic chemical.
Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) worldwide – stimulant known sinse ancient Egypt and Palestine, add coriander to wine to increase the semen.
Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) South Asia –abortifacient, increases the flow of blood to genitals, use decoction made of root cortex. Root extractions used in folk gynecology to induce aborthion, for menopause and menstruation problems, inhibit production of semen in men.
Cup of Gold (Solandra brevicalyx, Solanaceae) Central and South America- stimulant, inebriant, scent of flowers for perfume or leaves and flowers made into tea. An overdose can lead to death from exxxessive sexual drive. All parts contain tropane alkaloids.
Damiana (Turnera diffusa) America – stimulant, smoked or extract drunk in water or , more effective, alcohol. Contain essential oil, tannin and other active ingredients. Damiana is one of the more notorious herbal aphrodisiacs and has the reputation of being a superlative sexual tonic. It is a mood-elevating aromatic herb that helps calm anxiety and induce a relaxed state of mind, considered especially useful when anxiety and depression are discouraging sexual arousal. Damiana lends a delightful energy and flavor to wines and sundry other erotic potions.
Date palm (Phoenix dactilifera) Asia, Arabia, N America- invigorator, inebriant, dates eated, palm wine drunk. Add preparations of nightshade, hemp or opium for better results.
Dita (Apocynaceae) India, Sri Lanka- increases desire, it’s a tree, burk is medicinal, but seeds used as aphrodosiac. In India seeds was served in Tantric rituals for better erection and delaying orgasm. Contains alkaloid chlorogenine that has strong stimulating effect on genitals.
Durian (Durio zibethinus) Southeast Asia – invigorator, creamy fruit pulp has srton aphrodisiac effect.
Epena (Leguminosae) Tropics, South America – strong psychodelic, used in shamanism, use snuff or smoke made from seeds, not effective orally. Contains DMT. Used by shamans to contact their personal spirit guardians, men often use this drug to incease sexual vigor.
Ephedra (Ephedra sinensis) worldwide- stimulates CNS, ritual drink, tea is aphrodisiac. Also prescribed for any respiratory problems, antiallergic.
Fly agaric (Amanitaceae) – a mashroom, stimulant, psychodelic, inebriant (in shamanism), dried caps eaten or smoked. Used by shamans of both hemispheres for healing transes and the gift of prophecy.
Fo-ti-teng, or gotu kola ( Hydrocotyle asiatica minor) Asia – invigirator, tonic, all plant eaten or made into tea. Daily use of leaves or tea from dry leaves prolong life and fires the sexuality. Leaves and seeds have alkaloid (vitamin X) that stimulates adrenal glands.
Galangol (Kaempheria galanga) Southern China, Thailand, India – strong stimulant, rootstock ingested. It “aromatizes breath, promotes digestion and stimulates lust”.
Garlic (Liliaseae) – tonic, reguvenator, used as spice, magic element to banish bad influence or vampires. Essential oils have antibiotic and cell-activating effect. Used as aphrodisiac since Egiptians, the Romans consecrated it to Ceres, the goddess of fertility and made love dring from pressed garlic juice and coriander. Can heal impotency brought by witchcraft spells. It is warming, aromatic, pleasant-tasting herbs that produce heat in the body and increase circulation in the lower abdominal and pelvic region measured to boost one’s appetites both physical and sexual. Increased blood flow to the pelvic region increases vaginal moisture, which heightens vaginal response and intensifies sexual pleasure.