Monday, January 16, 2006

Coffee: Is There Anything it Can't Do?

According to recent research, caffeine may help to improve a woman's - ahem - desire [Food Production Daily, Caffeine could be Viagra for women, study]. I think I know why it's true:

Drinking moderate amounts of coffee may increase a woman’s desire for sex, suggests a new US study on female rats.

The research, conducted by Fay Guarraci, an assistant professor of psychology at Southwestern University, and Staci Benson, a recent graduate there, is the first to examine the interaction between caffeine and sex in females.


They found the caffeine shortened the amount of time it took the females to return to the males after receiving an ejaculation, suggesting that the females were more motivated to have sex.
You know how I know this is true? Simply because it removes the number one reason for not having sex [National Headache Foundation, Caffeine and Headache]:

Adding 130 mg of caffeine to a regular, two-tablet dose of common ingredients found pain relievers (aspirin and acetaminophen) makes them relieve headache pain about 40% better than they do without caffeine. Caffeine also helps your body absorb these medications, allowing you to get back to your daily life faster.

Because analgesics work better when they have caffeine added, you may be able to take less medicine when you have a headache. And because even non-prescription medications are real medicine with the potential for side effects, taking less reduces the risks associated with inappropriate use.
There you go. Not only will coffee build up her drive, but it will also get rid of "headaches".


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