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Do Dates have an Aphrodisiac effect? In other words ("Can date seed coffee help me?")

For some reasons, we get this question often, very often ... usually around evening time.  

First of all, we would like to apologize for the probably too late reply!

Let us start with coffee (the other ingredient in our date seed coffee). It usually breaks the ice pretty neatly. The caffeine in coffee is a stimulant that ups the heart rate and makes the blood flow.

At least one study conducted with female rats and published in the journal Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior suggested that coffee could put women in the mood for ........ well let's just say it "sex".

Which could perhaps explain why guys like to go on a Coffee Date

Date Seed Coffee, on the other hand, puts you in a "love making" mood!  Which is why any self-respecting woman should encourage her other half to drink Date Seed Coffee on their "First Date". ;-)

A 2015 research paper published in J Ayurveda Integr Med. 2015 Apr-Jun; 6(2): 111–120. (Diet rich in date palm fruits improves memory, learning and reduces beta amyloid in ransgenic mouse model of Alzheimer's disease) suggest that date fruits dietary supplementation may have beneficial effects in lowering the risk, delaying the onset or slowing down the progression of AD (Alzheimer's Disease).

If you, like most women, feel that your "better half" is sometimes forgetful or is showing signs of late development of SM (Selective Memory) - Date Coffee could be the magical answer you were looking for!  It is interesting to note that the date seed is much more potent than the date fruit in both antioxidants levels and fiber.

Consuming it does not result in the jitters, but rather increased mental focus. This way, he can give you all the attention and focus you need.

Finally, some studies showed that DPP (date palm pollen) possesses cilitative effects that increase sexual arousal and percentage of mating. In another study,  Abedi et al examined the aphrodisiac activity of aqueous extract of P.  P. dactylifera pollen grain on the sexual behavior in male rats.

The improved sexual appetitive behavior in male rats may be male rats may be attributed to the alkaloids, saponins, and or flavonoids because these phytochemicals have engorgement, phytochemicals have engorgement, androgen enhancing properties. Indeed, dates, the exotic fruit found in the dry deserts, were considered sacred by the ancients civilizations. It's dark, moist pungent flesh is reminiscent of other dark, moist delights and an aphrodisiac for women.


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