Paid PostPosted on Apr 8, 201310 Things You Didn't Know Were AphrodisiacsGo beyond chocolate and strawberries with dragon fruit and ginseng. Although there is no sexual cure-all, there's a ton of foods out there to help spice up your evening. Learn a few new tricks about the body, and get closer, so you can go further.by DurexBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Hot Chilies Robert Couse-Baker / Via Flickr: 29233640@N07 Chilies contain a chemical called capsaicin, which increases circulation and stimulates nerve endings. 2. Peanuts Betsy Weber / Via Flickr: betsyweber Peanuts contain Vitamin E, sometimes called the "sexual vitamin." 3. Watermelon Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Vestron Pictures, Dirty Dancing / Via zoeunleashed.tumblr.com Studies have shown raw watermelon delivers a Viagra-like effect to the body's blood vessels. 4. Avocados You As A Machine / Via Flickr: youasamachine Again, they contain Vitamin E, which helps your body create hormones like testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone. 5. Ginger Quinn Dombrowski / Via Flickr: quinnanya Ginger increases circulation. 6. Goji Berries daveeza / Via Flickr: vizpix Traditionally used to boost sexual desire and stamina in China. 7. Vanilla Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF New Line Cinema, The Notebook / Via gifstumblr.com Finish your dinner date with some ice cream naturally flavored with this sweet bean -- it mildly stimulates nerves. 8. Pomegranates lelivingandco.blogspot.ca / Via Flickr: lelivingandco Contains anti-oxidants which help blood flow, and in turn, sexual activity. 9. Salmon Steve Lyon / Via Flickr: chicanerii It seems like more of a culinary indulgence, but salmon contains omega-3 fatty acids, which keeps sex-hormone production at its peak. 10. Bananas Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Todd Kulesza / Via Flickr: toddler Bananas contain Vitamin B and Potassium, a nutrient key to muscle strength.