Chocolate & Sex - Why it's good for you

Chocolate isn't just to get your girl excited about opening a red heart-shaped box. Historically chocolate has been reported to exert several effects on human sexuality, mainly acting as an effective aphrodisiac, increasing sexual desire, and improving sexual pleasure. A study was done by an Italian University in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, where female participants who consumed at least one cube of chocolate a day experienced more active libidos and better overall sexual function than those who didn't indulge. Dark chocolate, especially, increases blood flow to sexual organs, elevates your mood and acts as an energy booster, and hey, eating chocolate is delicious and makes us happy. Sharing it with someone only makes it even better. Here are some fun ways to incorporate chocolate in the bedroom.


Delicious ways to fulfill your desires 

Edible lube & condoms

Chocolate flavoured lubricants not only make his oral experience extra enjoyable, it's tasty. So that means more pleasure for your mouth, and it also brings extra moisture to the party.



Massage Oils 

Add a delicious twist to your next massage session with edible chocolate-flavored body oil. The feel-good endorphins released through touching combined with the arousing chocolaty smell and taste will take you to the next level. 


Body Paint 

Using chocolate body paint or just chocolate syrup—apply a delicious 'bikini' that covers up your naughty bits. Then have your partner lick it off. Use your body as a canvas, and let the tongue do the cleaning after.



Now go get some chocolate and hit the bedroom. It will be worth it. Promise.