If you are looking for a bit of a treat and an aphrodisiac, look no further than the blueberry. This delicious berry is filled to the brim with vitamins and minerals. It also contains properties that stimulate human sexual desire. If this is something you are interested in, the blueberry is the way to go. Why is the blueberry classified as an “aphrodisiac”? Find the answer and much more in the article below.
History Of The Blueberry
The blueberry is a small, round, deep purple-colored fruit that once grew in the wild. It is believed that Native Americans discovered the blueberry before the European colonists landed in North America. It didn’t take long for the colonist to realize the value of blueberries. But, it wasn’t until the 1930’s when the fruit made its way to Europe.
The 20th-century scientists discovered how to cultivate the blueberry without altering its delicious flavors and nutrients. Now, blueberries can be found all throughout the United States. Today, over 98 percent of commercially-grown blueberries come from farms located in New Jersey, Oregon, Georgia, California, Florida, Michigan, Indiana, Washington, Indiana, and North Carolina.
There are five main types of American-grown blueberries. These include the rabbiteye, half-high, southern highbush, northern highbush, and lowbush.
Blueberry bushes are known for their shiny, oval leaves and pink or white flowers. When a blueberry bush receives the proper nutrition, sunlight, space, pruning, and water, it can reach up to 12 feet in height. However, some farmers have reported blueberry bushes over 12-feet in both North America and South America.
How Is The Blueberry An Aphrodisiac?
Blueberries are rich in vitamins E and B. These vitamins are highly known for their abilities to improve circulation. Not only can blueberries improve blood flow in problem areas, such as the hands and feet, but also can increase circulation in the penis.
Erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence, impacts men all over the world. This condition has been related to all kinds of factors, including trauma, high cholesterol and/or high blood pressure, diabetes, disease, neurological conditions (Parkinson’s disease), excessive alcohol use, sleep disorders, side effects of medicine, and the most common, poor blood flow.
Since blueberries contain vitamins E and B, they are classified as aphrodisiacs.
Best Way To Eat Blueberries
To maximize the nutritious value of the blueberry, they should be eaten raw. Raw blueberries taste delicious alone or mixed with other foods, such as oatmeal, cereal, yogurt, and ice cream.