Spices from the kitchen give energy, warmth around the heart and improve the mood
The spices we use in cooking give new energy, improve the mood but also excite hormones. That is why, for example, the smell of vanilla will give warmth around the heart.
- Nutmeg soothes — this spice has been used for soothing since the Middle Ages. It successfully solves insomnia if you add nutmeg to milk. Add a pinch of grated nutmeg to a glass of warm milk, add a little honey and drink before bed.
- Cardamom for hormones – in Arab countries, coffee with cardamom is most often given. Cardamom is a spice that activates metabolism and maintains hormonal balance in the body. Men believe it strengthens sexual power. Arrange half a spoon of cardamom in 4 cups, add half a cup of cognac and pour over hot coffee.
- Cinnamon for good mood – Cinnamon affects good mood in mulled wine, tea or punch. Scientists have found that cinnamon oil destroys bacteria. Add cinnamon to a drink (preferably in heated apple juice) to get rid of colds. Use a cinnamon peel for cold feet. Mix 2 tablespoons of brown sugar with a tablespoon of cinnamon. This carefully rubs your feet. This spice stimulates reflex zones.
- Vanilla gives warmth around the heart – vanilla awakens love because it gives warmth around the heart. Encourages the game of seduction. This sweet aroma increases the ability to love. Use homemade vanilla oil for massage and baths. Mix 100 ml of jojoba oil and 18 drops of vanilla oil. This sweet blend also drives away sadness and melancholy.
- Ginger gives energy – the spicy smell of ginger causes a pleasant feeling and at the same time restores strength and relaxes. Try a ginger bath. Boil 2 tablespoons of freshly grated ginger in half a liter of water. Add to the warm water in the tub. Use for up to 20 minutes.