How to Make Coffee That Boosts Bedroom Performance

How to Make Coffee That Boosts Bedroom Performance


We all know coffee has the power to wake us up, get us moving, and give us a deliciously addictive jump-start on the day. But did you know it can also improve your libido and bedroom performance?

How to Make Coffee That Boosts Bedroom Performance

Humans have been drinking coffee derivatives for hundreds of years, with a widely believed connection between the coffee bean and vitality. However, recent studies have confirmed that coffee can improve sensual stamina and overall  bedroom performance by increasing blood flow to love zones. Women’s Health reports that a study found in Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior found that routinely coffee drinking can put you and your partner in the mood more often.

While there are dozens of coffee concoctions out there, here is a recipe derived from the Aztec culture, arguably the coffee masters themselves, with a sinfully delicious Mexican hot chocolate twist. Consisting of java, cacao, maca, and cinnamon, with additional honey and coconut milk, these raw ingredients have been savored since ancient times as powerful tools for boosting the libido and overall life flow. Here’s a quick breakdown on each ingredient’s potent perks:

Maca: this Aztec root is classified as an adaptogen, which creates healthy enzymes that balance hormones and boost fertility.

Cacao: Chocolate has popularly been declared an aphrodisiac since the time of its inception. Raw cacao has been scientifically shown to act as a stimulant, increasing blood flow and triggering seratonin release in the body, acting as an overall mood enhancer.

Cinnamon: Cinnamon is a natural energizer for the body, as well as a powerful antioxidant, and intensifies the properties of other ingredients when added to any recipe.

Honey: A natural sweetener, raw honey is believed to increase stamina, as well as boost overall virility.

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