Unexpected Link of the Day: Audio Course on Aphrodisiacal Foods and Smells {Shopping Tip}

I just discovered the existence of Loveology University, "The Online College of Sensual Knowledge," where apparently you can train to become a love coach, a certified Loveologist, a Master Sexpert, and/or find Everlasting Love.

For scent-oriented people interested in what Dr. Ava Cadell might have to say on the topic of aphrodisiacs, she offers a quick audio course lasting 27 mn for $9,95...

"Have you have ever wondered what foods and aromas can turn-on the opposite sex? After trying Dr. Ava's Aphrodisiacs, you will never look at food the same again [love that part especially next to the picture above]. Named the "Martha Stewart of Love and Intimacy" by the media, Dr, Ava tells you what foods are known as aphrodisiacs, where their powers come from and how to turn your bedroom into a sensual culinary boudoir!"

Celery is an aphrodisiac for example because it "Contains androsterone, a powerful male hormone released through sweat glands to attract women."

You can find her list of erotic smells to men and women:

Erotic aromas for men -  Cinnamon, popcorn, pumpkin pie, and doughnuts.
Erotic aromas for
-  Melon, chocolate, oranges, and bread.
Erotic scents for men -  Vanilla, lavender, and Jasmine
Erotic scents for
-  Musk, orange blossom, and sandalwood

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