1. CELERY: Pale green celery (vegetables that are eaten raw or cooked) can be a fantastic source of food for sexual stimulation. This is because androsterone an odorless hormone released through male perspiration that turns women on is contained in celery. Celery is best eaten raw.
2. RAW (shellfish) OYSTERS: This is one of the classic aphrodisiacs. Oysters are high in zinc which raises sperm and testosterone production known to increase libido. Also, the experience of sucking a raw oyster is erotic.
3. BANANAS: Bananas contain the bromelain enzymes which are believed to increase libido and reverse importance in men. Additionally, they are good sources of potassium and B. vitamin-like riboflavin which increase the body’s overall cereal levels.
4. AVOCADO PEAR: Avocados metabolize protein thus giving you more energy. They also contain Vit. B6 (a nutrient that increases male hormone production) and potassium (which helps regulate a man’s thyroid gland) two elements that help increase libido in both males and females.
5. ALMONDS (or nuts in general) Almonds are a prime source of essential fatty acids. These are vital as they provide the raw material for a men’s healthy production of hormones. Additionally, the smell of almonds is purported to arouse passion in females.
6. MANGOES, PEACHES, AND STRAWBERRIES: All these fruits and their shapes texture, and succulence are erotically suggestive and can be fun to use amid foreplay try dribbling the juice over your bodies and licking up the residue as an erotic game.
7. EGGS: Eggs are high in Vit. B6 and B5 help balance hormone levels and fight stress, two things that are crucial to a healthy libido. Eggs are also a symbol of fertility.
Some people will eat raw chicken eggs just prior to sex to increase libido and maximize energy levels.
8. LIVER: A good source of gluttons, a cellular fuel for your immune system. The liver may indeed increase a slowed-down libido in both men and women.
9. GARLIC: Garlic contains allicin and ingredients that increase the blood flow to the sexual organs. As such it is a highly effective herb to help increase libido. If you can’t stand the garlic odor, take garlic capsules or cut them pieces and swallow them like a drug.
10. CHOCOLATE: Chocolate contains theobronise, an alkaloid that is very similar to caffeine. It also contains phenylethylamine a chemical believed to produce the feeling of being in love. Dark chocolate has a massive amount of antioxidants which are great for the body in general as they help maintain the immune system.
France to impose 10-day quarantine on South African travellers, others
France will impose a 10-day quarantine on arrivals from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and South Africa over concerns about variants of the coronavirus, the prime minister’s office announced Saturday.
Although flights from Argentina, Chile and South Africa will not be suspended, all arrivals from those countries will have to submit to the quarantine or face fines.
Flights from Brazil were suspended until at least next Friday because of concern about the P1 variant of the coronavirus, which is more contagious than the original strain and can also re-infect those who have had the original virus.
Justifying the decision not to ban flights from the other three countries, Paris said that those variants had not reached the levels observed in Brazil.
The new quarantine measures will be gradually introduced over the coming days until they are fully enforced by next Saturday.
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The new measures will also restrict arrivals from the named countries, mainly to French and their families as well as other EU nationals and others who are French residents.
Arrivals from French Guyane and the Antilles will also be subjected to tests before and after their flights, said the statement.
France has recently tightened restrictions in its fight against the third wave of the coronavirus, imposing an overnight curfew, closing non-essential shops and restricting travel inside the country.
Take Second Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine, UNICEF to Nigerians
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has urged those who received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, Astrazeneca vaccine, to take second dose for stronger immunity against the virus.
Mrs Elizabeth Onitolo, UNICEF Communication for Development (C4D) Specialists, made the call in Yola on Wednesday at a three-day media dialogue on Immunisation, Post-polio Certification and COVID-19 Vaccination.
The programme was organised by the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture in collaboration with UNICEF.
Onitolo urged those who were vaccinated to also observe the protocols to safeguard other people from the virus.
She said that there was need for people to get vaccinated and continue to abide by the protocols to curtail the spread of the virus.
Also, Mrs Lilian Okeke, Team Lead, African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) in Adamawa, said the vaccine was provided to save lives and not to harm anyone.
“Our concern is to save lives, you need to take those preventive measures to save your live and others,“ Okeke said.
She advised pregnant women to consult their doctors for medical advice before receiving such vaccine.
40,000 Residents in FCT Have taken COVID-19 Vaccination – Iwot
Acting Executive Secretary of the Federal Capital Territory Primary Healthcare Board (FPHB), Dr. Nda-Eyo Iwot, has announced that over 40,000 persons, living in the FCT have received their first shots of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Iwot who disclosed this to journalists while monitoring the vaccination of FCT lawmakers, said the figure is part of the one million doses so far inoculated nationwide.
While speaking on the safety of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, the Secretary urged the residents to ignore conspiracy theories and fake news being pushed on social media, adding that no known adverse effect of the vaccine has been recorded.
He further explained that two of the five cases being spread around are not directly linked to the vaccine.
He also commended the law makers for publicly taking the vaccine.
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