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"Scientists Are Not Completely Sure Why Fenugreek Seems to Have Such an Amorous Effect on Men..."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/06/20/fenugreek-libido_n_880596.html?icid=maing-grid7|main5|dl1|sec3_lnk3|72009

 

Anyone know where to find this herb in Cebu?

I was thinking perhaps some Chinese herb shop, but supposedly it's a common ingredient in curry dishes.

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Baywak

Hey Steve-If you like you can try Mountain Rose Herbs-I have purchased much from them over the years.On there site it says international priority shipping 3-12 days.

 

http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/cap/e-k.html

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Paul

I'm not being a smart ass here, Steve, but I couldn't fathom the thought of needing better sex. I guess I'm spoiled.

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TheMatrix

I'm not being a smart ass here, Steve, but I couldn't fathom the thought of needing better sex. I guess I'm spoiled.

 

Don't get me wrong, the sex is great. I'm just having a problem going 3x a day to keep her happy. My drive has never been that high. I'm open to other suggestions.

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Paul

You are complaining because of her only wanting it three times a day? If so, I will be happy to trade. LOL

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questsea73

I believe fenugreek is a fairly common recipe ingredient in Indian (Southeast Asian Indian) cooking. I would look in an Indian grocery store there. Ken

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Moris

LOl...really....As i'm from India...Didn't know the wonders of fenugreek..I just made a curry and put some fenu greek seeds as i usually do...mind you...fenugreek seeds are very bitter in taste if you use more than a pinch in your curry...

 

fenugreek seeds 100 grm cost 16 pesos..(its yellow in color) it comes in small plastic packets...You will easily find that in any indian grocery store ...again warning..do not use more than a teaspoon else , your curry will taste bitter..

 

Better than above is to buy fenugreek leaves...they come in a bunch...it does not grow more than a feet long..just cut the leaves and fry it for 15 minutes..do not add water...the leaves moisture will be able to cook the leaves, add salt, chilli powder, if you get garam masala powder (indian grocery will have it) the better, add three four raw eggs..mix it well and eat with rice or indian bread or wheat bread ...it will taste heaven plus it will take care of the above amours effect also :)

 

good luck

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TheMatrix

LOl...really....As i'm from India...Didn't know the wonders of fenugreek..I just made a curry and put some fenu greek seeds as i usually do...mind you...fenugreek seeds are very bitter in taste if you use more than a pinch in your curry...

 

fenugreek seeds 100 grm cost 16 pesos..(its yellow in color) it comes in small plastic packets...You will easily find that in any indian grocery store ...again warning..do not use more than a teaspoon else , your curry will taste bitter..

 

Better than above is to buy fenugreek leaves...they come in a bunch...it does not grow more than a feet long..just cut the leaves and fry it for 15 minutes..do not add water...the leaves moisture will be able to cook the leaves, add salt, chilli powder, if you get garam masala powder (indian grocery will have it) the better, add three four raw eggs..mix it well and eat with rice or indian bread or wheat bread ...it will taste heaven plus it will take care of the above amours effect also :)

 

good luck

 

Can you recommend a particular Indian grocery store in Cebu City? Been here three years and never seen one.

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broden

here's a link about the stuff looks like a lot of info about it

 

including this list of alternate names

 

Other Names

Bird

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Moris

Can you recommend a particular Indian grocery store in Cebu City? Been here three years and never seen one.

 

here...from one of ours members site

 

http://www.ycebu.com/Contact/RamsonsMiniMart.aspx

 

also...Indian curry house

 

http://www.ycebu.com/Contact/IndianCurryHouse.aspx

 

good luck...both grocery store and restaurant is run by the same guy...In Manila, there are lots of places if you did not get any particular stuff in Cebu..just Google Indian grocery store manila

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Jess Bartone

I'm open to other suggestions.

 

Viagra.

 

If your health is good it's not an issue.

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TheMatrix

Viagra.

 

If your health is good it's not an issue.

 

Thanks, but I don't have a problem getting it up. It's more Libido I'm after. And, I purely against any thing BigPharma throws at us. I'll become a priest before I partake in their drugs.

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dHb

Try Malunngay leaves as well as the fruit if you can get it. Cut the fruit into 2-inch pieces and add to your curry (preferably beef). It's considered an aphrodisiac for newlyweds in India esp. involving making babies.

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dHb

LOl...really....As i'm from India...Didn't know the wonders of fenugreek..I just made a curry and put some fenu greek seeds as i usually do...mind you...fenugreek seeds are very bitter in taste if you use more than a pinch in your curry...

 

fenugreek seeds 100 grm cost 16 pesos..(its yellow in color) it comes in small plastic packets...You will easily find that in any indian grocery store ...again warning..do not use more than a teaspoon else , your curry will taste bitter..

 

Better than above is to buy fenugreek leaves...they come in a bunch...it does not grow more than a feet long..just cut the leaves and fry it for 15 minutes..do not add water...the leaves moisture will be able to cook the leaves, add salt, chilli powder, if you get garam masala powder (indian grocery will have it) the better, add three four raw eggs..mix it well and eat with rice or indian bread or wheat bread ...it will taste heaven plus it will take care of the above amours effect also :welcome2:

 

good luck

Hey Moris! Nice to know that I have company! I'm from India (Bangalore) too.

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SkyMan

Fenurgreek can cause Futterwackin.

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batman2525

Thanks, but I don't have a problem getting it up. It's more Libido I'm after. And, I purely against any thing BigPharma throws at us. I'll become a priest before I partake in their drugs.

 

Youve probably been with this chick for some time....go get yourself some "strange" perhaps two of them....then go back to the regular chick and think of the strange when she wants it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Smitty

Try Malunngay leaves as well as the fruit if you can get it. Cut the fruit into 2-inch pieces and add to your curry (preferably beef). It's considered an aphrodisiac for newlyweds in India esp. involving making babies.

 

I would second that. Malunngay is high in zinc and many other vitamins and minerals. Zinc is needed to created testosterone, which is the primary factor responsible for creating libido. Besides malunngay or moringa as its called in English, is like a miracle plant itself with many other health benefits. Its native to the Philippines and you can grow your own if you have a yard. But either way the only way you can create libido is through the production of testosterone. You can do that through diet and exercise. The number one food that contains zinc are oysters, and yes thats why they are considered an aphrodisiac. With excercise, you should work your gluts, legs and back muscles. Why? Because those are the biggest muscles in your body, and with increased muscle mass, comes increased production of testosterone, thus increased libido. Follow those steps and put Pfizer out of business.

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Egyptian seeds may have caused E. coli outbreak: Agencies

 

</h2> AFPJune 29, 2011 1:01 PM Comment0

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<h1 id="photocaption">At least 48 people have died from an outbreak of a killer strain of E. coli bacteria centred in Germany, blamed on organic vegetable sprouts.</h1><h2 id="photocredit">Photograph by: Johannes Eisele, AFP/Getty Images

Fenugreek seeds exported from Egypt to France and Germany may have caused an E. coli outbreak that has killed 48 people in Europe, the European Food Safety Authority said Wednesday.

 

A "rapid risk assessment" conducted by the EFSA and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), "has thus far shown" that Egyptian seeds exported in 2009 and 2010 may be implicated, it said in a statement.

 

"There is still much uncertainty about whether this is truly the common cause of all the infections as there are currently no positive bacteriological results," it stressed.

 

At least 48 people have died from an outbreak of a killer strain of E. coli bacteria centred in Germany, blamed on organic vegetable sprouts.

 

There has also been a separate outbreak in France linked by the government to a British sprout company in which 10 people were taken ill.

 

Sweden on Tuesday say it had detected the first case of infection in someone who had no link to Germany.

 

All the deaths so far were in Germany, except for a woman in Sweden who died after being infected in Germany.

 

The statement said the 2009 lot appears to be linked to the outbreak in France, and the 2010 lot to that in Germany.

 

"This link does not explain the most recent case in Sweden, currently under investigation, and in which thus far no consumption of sprouts has been implicated."

 

The agencies said they had requested an urgent probe of the distribution of seeds from the two lots through Germany and Europe.

 

"The export of some of the seeds imported from Egypt to another company in the UK, from where the seeds were exported to France, demonstrates the necessity of this information."

 

© Copyright © AFP

 

Read more: http://www.vancouver...l#ixzz1QhjNSwDO

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Moris

Hey Moris! Nice to know that I have company! I'm from India (Bangalore) too.

 

 

Good to know, are you in the PH right now :unsure:..I'm from kerala..

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miles-high

I found that changing partners works wonders, better than Viagra which I am yet to try… :)

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ArieBombarie

I think I brought some from helping a member out forum last time (couple of different spices)

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razorbackhog

I see you are 45. Trt therapy. Im 47 and best thing I ever did.

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