African Aphrodisiac Superfoods

Trust us, there is no need to take any medications filled with synthetic ingredients to help spark your desire and fuel the fire of passion in your relationship.

Sex hormones are linked to our energy and youthfulness. A healthy sex life and libido is one of the secrets to longevity. There are many factors that can adversely affect this area of life, but we need only look to nature and, more specifically to Mama Africa, for the right medicine. She holds treasures a-plenty of potent superfoods that will spice up your sex life and help get those healthy juices flowing again.

Here are our top 5 ‘Afro’disiac superfoods

#1 Mondia Whitei (for him)

Also known as “African Viagra”, or White’s Ginger, sometimes referred to as ‘African Viagra’ (also known as Gondolosi in Malawi) is a multipurpose plant with many medicinal benefits, and especially as an aphrodisiac. It is also used to treat sexual weakness, prevent premature ejaculation and to increase sperm production, and valued as a tonic for increased energy and vitality. According to scientific research, “Mondia whitei has been used as a traditional cure for male infertility problems for a very long time. Unlike other medicinal plants used for treatment of male infertility, Mondia whitei effects on the male reproductive system have been thoroughly researched.” It is a libido increasing aphrodisiac and alters specific sex hormone concentrations. It can be effective in both sexes, although most act through an increase in testosterone concentration and are therefore male-specific.

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#2 Zanha Africana (for her)

Zanha Africana is a velvety fruit plant which can be found in several African countries including Zimbabwe and Kenya. It is also known as a traditional medicinal plant and acts as an aphrodisiac exclusively for women, as well as a womb cleanser.

We are excited to announce that we will be selling this magical medicine in vege cap form soon (Mojo Pills for her) on our online store. Watch this space!


#3 Dried Hibiscus Flowers

Hibiscus flowers grow all over Africa. Loved deeply across our continent, not only are Hibiscus flowers and leaves a known African superfood, the dried flowers can be used as an aphrodisiac. This article on herbal aphrodisiacs says it best:

“Hibiscus flowers are red, sexy, and incredibly gorgeous!  On an energetic level, hibiscus is a very sensual, pleasureful plant, its diuretic properties encouraging movement and release in the sacral region while its pleasureful nature helps one open to intimate connection and receiving.”

They work by stimulating the glands involved in sexual activity, and are best taken as a tea.

Buy our wild tea blends, Hibiscus Flowers and Peppermint Power Tea and African Bliss (containing hibiscus flowers) here.


#4 Peppermint

Did you know that peppermint acts as an aphrodisiac for women? In fact, the aroma has a long history of being used to awaken sexual desire in women specifically. It contains powerful stimulant properties, the main active ingredient being menthol. It increases concentration and alertness, as well as sexual arousal. And if applied to the skin, it produces an exciting sensation and stimulates the erogenous zones. Furthermore, it contains nutrients essential to sexual health.

Buy our wild tea blend of Hibiscus Flowers and Peppermint here. The combination of these two African aphrodisiacs is sure to stir some exciting juices within you!


#5 Moringa

Moringa oleifera, also known as a miracle tree or ‘tree of life’, and especially the moringa seed is a known aphrodisiac. Moringa enhances libido, and is also used to treat common sexual performance issues (in men), such as erectile dysfunction and can help increase the hardness of erections. Women can also benefit as it enhances sexual stimulation.

Buy our organic African Moringa powder and newly launched Moringa seeds now.


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