Spice Up Your Sex Life With Hot Sauce by Erika Jordan

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Follow and chat live with Erika Jordan on Instagram @erikajordan or on Twitter @Erika4Jordan        Erika Jordan, ACS, Certified Love Coach

 

Am I suggesting you drizzle hot sauce on her body and lick it off like she’s a Hooter’s hot wing? You could if she doesn’t mind the stinging but what I’m really suggesting is you consume it during and before the action.

Why would I do that? Won’t you get heart burn and indigestion? If that’s how you react to spicy food that’s unfortunate.. For the rest of us..

 

Capsaicin is an active ingredient in peppers that not only makes the peppers spicy but has numerous added benefits for you and your sex life.

Here are a few….

Improves Your Personality

Statistically speaking hot pepper eaters were more open to new experiences and taking risks.

 

Spicy Food Gives Your Sexier Lips

I own a lip plumper with cinnamon and cayenne pepper and it makes my lips (temporarily) plump and delicious. You will feel a tingling / pulsating sensation as your lips slightly swell.

 

Eliminate Acne

The antioxidants found in peppers help reduce blemishes by destroying impurities that damage skin and are rich in nutrients to provide nourishment.

 

Turn Up The Libido

Your libido will burst into flames as the capsaicin increases your chances of achieving an erection. Capsaicin is a mild blood thinner, and has been shown to reduce platelet aggregation in lab studies. This makes it a natural Viagra and men dealing with erectile dysfunction are told to take cayenne pepper on a regular basis.

 

Forget The Protein!

Well.. don’t actually forget the protein but add this epic muscle recovery trick to the routine! Spicy foods like red pepper flakes can help alleviate minor pain from sprains and strains. Capsaicin can also been found in topical creams to help soothe sore muscles and joints.

 

Stop Aging!

Ok it doesn’t really do that.. If you know of anything that does, let me know.. but it does SLOW DOWN aging!

Capsaicin is designed to overpower a cell signal linked to kick-starting inflammation and other skin-wrinkling conditions. Some types of hot sauce are high in beta-carotene which helps prevent night blindness and other eye problems, skin disorders, enhances immunity, protects against toxins and cancer formations, colds, flu, and infections. It is an antioxidant and a protector of the cells. It is also important in the formation of bones and teeth.

 

The Sinus Remedy

A popular remedy for colds and allergies consists of boiled water, honey, lemon, and a few drops of Tabasco.

 

Can Be Used As A Hair Growth Treatment

There is a story some tell around the campfire.. They say the capsaicin in hot sauce it can stimulate circulation in the scalp and trigger hair growth.

Attempt at your own risk..

 

Shreds The Fat

It’s no coincidence the Master Cleanse (the cleanse of all cleanses) has cayenne pepper in it. It can curb your hunger and assist in weight loss while feeding the body vitamin C to speed up your metabolism.

 

The Anti-Depressant

Confidence is everything. So, have some hot sauce! This will initiate the release of endorphins in the brain and produce a feeling of comfort that fights depression. A good source of vitamin B6 and magnesium, this “natural diuretic” can help tame hypertension.

 

Anti-Cancer

I must be kidding? Is there anything spicy food can’t do!? Some scientists suggest that the plant is capable of reducing the risks of cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and Type 2 diabetes.

Need I go on? Bring on the hot sauce..

Erika Jordan August 6, 2016
Erika Jordan August 6, 2016

Follow and chat live with Erika Jordan on Instagram @erikajordan or on Twitter @Erika4Jordan       

Erika Jordan, ACS, Certified Love Coach

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