Partnership and eroticism

Do you know that too? After a few years, the relationship has "run in" because everyday life often catches up with you and you then have little time for the relationship.

Does love really go through the stomach?

Among the actually many ways to keep a relationship “fresh”, I recently came across a very special one.

Food and erotic
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Well, not quite in my hands, but rather jumped onto the screen. I discovered a book in which you can find recipes that are all made with ingredients that you can use aphrodisiac effect says.

I mean, of course, there are countless cookbooks and of course you will find one or the other dish everywhere that is said to be something special for a nice evening for two.

But this book “Heiße Küche” by Valery Sanders is really tough, because there you will actually only find dishes that can initiate a “nice” evening. "Partnership and Eroticism" read more

Turmeric - The still exotic spice

Turmeric, also called turmeric, is native to India. The orange-yellow powder is traditionally used as a spice, remedy and even as a dye for textiles and paper in both India and Pakistan.

Turmeric - exotic spice with special healing power

Because of its important cultural importance, turmeric has been revered as a sacred plant in India for millennia.

Turmeric Spice - Image by Steve buissinne on Pixabay

Turmeric is obtained from the Curcuma Longa plant, which is related to ginger. The Curcuma Longa plant needs temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius and a lot of rain in order to thrive.

The deep orange pulp of the Curcuma Long plant root gives turmeric its characteristic color. To make turmeric, the roots of the turmeric longa plant are dried in hot ovens and then ground into a fine powder. "Turmeric - the still exotic spice" read more