Humans are the most passionate creatures on the face of the earth! Here are a few tasty treats that humans love to use to spice up love.

Honeymoons are a time of establishing eternal bonds, delighting in journeys of discovery and awakening, and enjoying each others pleasures and company. So why not try a few of natures own aphrodisiacs to add extra zest and spice to your time together. These potions may not be scientifically proven, but who cares, because food is a great sensual delight.

• Pine Nuts sprinkled over a sun-tanned body or tossed in salad have been turning people on for 2000 years.

• Gingko Nuts present a strong case as a true natural aphrodisiac and have been used by the Chinese for thousands of years.

• Grapes may not be a scientifically proven aphrodisiac, but the mere act of dangling them enticingly over a moist open mouth is enough to turn you on.

• Oysters: Oysters may truly qualify as an aphrodisiac because of their high concentrations of zinc, which is proven to increase male testosterone and female lubrication.

• Chilled Champagne: Even though alcohol actually reduces the body’s performance, it does suppress inhibitions and increases adventurousness, which can lead to all sorts of fun.

• Walnuts were believed by the Romans to improve fertility, but it's up to you to put the theory to the test.

• Spice up your lovemaking with stimulants such as cloves, garlic, ginger, nutmeg, rosemary, thyme, vanilla and ginseng. Since many of these are used on a daily basis around the world, perhaps this explains why the human race is so infatuated with love!

• Vegetables can bring a smile to your face and asparagus is well known as a teaser. Artichokes, celery, spinach, carrots and fennel are on the list but truffles take romance to new heights.

• Bananas and cherries, dates, peaches and pomegranates are exotic erotic fruits that should not linger too long in the fruit bowl.

• Oats live up to their racy reputation by encouraging the release of testosterone which in turns increases the libido.