Very appreciated by the ancient Greeks because of its therapeutic virtues, celery is a valuable, vitamins and minerals rich vegetable recommended in hypertension, rheumatism, gout and erectile dysfunctions / impotence / low libido / sexual asthenia. Celery contains sugars, proteins, minerals such as potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron, iodine, vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, C, E, cellulose and an essential oil that imprints its characteristic odor and taste. Due to very high potassium, celery root juice increases diuresis, with the kidneys drain effect, helping to eliminate uric acid in the urine, treating renal edema, urinary retention, renal colic and kidney stones.
Celery root juice is recommended also in fatigue, obesity, fatigue, being a good drain liver. It’s ideal to follow a diet by drinking celery juice daily during 15 to 20 days. Celery leaf juice as well as the root are powerful stimulants and aphrodisiacs for men, depurative, digestives and antirheumatics. It’s also used with good results in cleaning blood and hormonal regulation, as well as juvenile acne and psoriasis.
Celery is recognized aphrodisiac and sexual lust booster. Romans cooked celery leaves to increase potency and help increase virility, treating psychogenic impotence resulting from physical and mental exhaustion, but also those of vascular or endocrine type. Celery contains substances that dilate blood vessels which makes it good in case of hypertension. Infusion of celery is often recommended for people suffering from this health issue.
Celery tincture can be very simply prepared at home and it lasts for about two years. The recipe is consisted of one pint of 40 degrees alcohol in which a medium sized celery root is put to soak, eventually chopped. After 8 to 10 days the obtained mixture should be filter using a gauze. Drink 2 tablespoons of this mixture each day, 30 minutes prior to meals. Celery tincture cure should last for 10 days, with 10 days pause, then resume.
Externally, steamed celery leaves can be placed on painful joints in the form of poultices, with particular benefits in several types of arthritis. Originally cultivated in China, ginger has gradually conquered more territories, reaching India, Southeast Asia, West Africa and the Caribbean. Many of the famous recipes that delight us today and lose charm in his absence: curry with vegetables, sushi, stir-fry, gingerbread, kimchi or winter scented tea. Balancing the digestive system, effectively treating motion sickness and helping to improve many other diseases, ginger seems a miracle.
It is also mentioned in the Kama Sutra as a sexual arouser and stimulant and it’s recommended by erotic folklore to “win lady’s affection“. That is why ginger is often referred as “poor man’s Viagra“. It can be eaten raw, pickled, candied, ground. Since it stimulates peripheral circulation, ginger makes erogenous zones more sensitive, so including it in different recipes makes an ideal menu for Valentine’s Day dinner. Of course, a mix of celery and ginger can be made in various recipes to increase sexual lust. Just let your imagination flow and your senses will follow.
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