4 Fruits (and Foods) That Make Your Vagina Taste Better

by iupilon

What fruits make your vag taste better? Does pineapple make your vag taste sweeter? What does pussy taste like? What does a vagina taste like? How to make my vagina taste better? These are serious questions that people ask when they’re thinking of going down on a woman, or when they’re curious about what a good-tasting pussy tastes like. We’re going to take a look at the science of vaginal taste in today’s fruity blog.

Foods That Make Your Vag Taste and Smell Better

  1. Pineapple

    What does pineapple do to your virginia? Despite being naturally rich in acids and vitamin C, pineapple is thought to have alkalizing effects on the body. This is probably due to other compounds found in the fruit. Pineapple is said to improve the vaginal taste. Based on our research, perhaps this happens because it can help rebalance the acidity of the blood and the body in general.

  2. Strawberries

    Strawberries are super sweet and can enhance the sweetness ‘down there’ if you change your diet to integrate strawberries and other fruits before the big day. Keep in mind that the impact of diet on vaginal taste is not immediate, so don’t expect any miracles. If you have had a diet that emphasizes bitter or grassy, for the most part, you need to exert some more effort in influencing the taste of your vagina for the long term.

  3. Celery

    We recommend this for people who are almost always dehydrated. Celery is known for being a neutralizer of odors, and its mostly fiber and water. Anecdotal evidence shows that staying hydrated may solve 90% of problems associated with off-odors and tastes in the vagina.

    This probably has something to do with urine, which can be light-colored or dark-colored depending on a person’s level of hydration. When a person is dehydrated, urine tends to be darker and more concentrated.

    More concentrated urine tends to smell more, so ladies, keep in mind that you need to wash or wipe more down to remove most of the traces of urine in the external genitalia. This may have an impact on the smell and taste of your vagina.

  4. Yogurt

    While there is a movement online that states that all dairy products can make your vagina smell bad, this isn’t exactly true. Yogurt is a probiotic food item, which means it encourages the growth of beneficial bacteria in the body. When the body’s natural flora is in a good state, everything else follows suit: including the pH of the vagina.

    Eating more yogurt has also been said to improve a woman’s ability to fight off yeast infections. Yeast infection takes place when the naturally occurring yeast cells in the vagina multiply too much, and an infection occurs.

    Under healthier conditions, the bacteria in the vagina can control the yeast’s spread. That’s why your body must regularly have a healthy dose of probiotics to help improve the health of good bacteria.

Why Do the Fruits Make the Pussy Taste Good?

Fruits can impact the body’s pH level because of its natural acids and compounds. In general, all kinds of citrus fruits can help improve the pH level of your vagina. A vagina that is not too acidic or too alkaline will have no strange odors or tastes, which may translate to a better experience with oral sex.

Additionally, all things that are good for the body, in general, are also good for the genitals. In addition to eating citrus fruits and the other food items we mentioned earlier, we recommend drinking a lot of water, getting a sufficient number of hours of sleep per night, managing your stress better, and exercising regularly.

How to Make Your Vagina Taste Good?

What does the vagina taste like when people say it tastes good? There is no hard research about this, but we do have anecdotal accounts. Some people say that good pussy tastes somewhere between sweet and salty. 

The ‘flavor’ as they say can be quite mild, and you can go on and on because going down can be quite a pleasant experience. However, the experience varies for the rest of them who encounter a cornucopia of odors and tastes down there.

There is anecdotal evidence that coffee, cigarettes, and alcohol can hurt the smell and, subsequently, the vagina’s taste. People who consume soda regularly also tend to receive feedback that the soda taste permeates down there as well.

According to urologists, the first sign of urological problems can be tagged on the disruption of the natural pH level of the vagina. Conditions like yeast infections can cause the vagina to smell off. Infections and other diseases of the outer and inner regions of the vagina can make your private parts smell like spoiled meat or worse, rotten fish. Address the issues affecting the vagina, and it will likely return to its former state.

There is also scientific proof that your vagina’s taste depends on where you are currently in your monthly cycle. This means you don’t have a lot of control over whether your taste is salty or metallic. If you have just concluded your monthly period or are currently on your monthly period, your vagina will taste largely metallic and salty because of the traces of blood. This isn’t something you can control directly, so your partner or significant other should deal with the fact that women’s private parts will taste different depending on the time of the month.

When a woman is ovulating, which occurs before menstruation, it’s important to note that there is going to be a slightly muskier smell and taste. The mucus concentrations and release will also be heightened at this point, and that’s just natural for women.

Some food items also release compounds that can make your smell and taste grassier or more pronounced. These food items include red meat, dairy, garlic, onion, and food and beverages packed with sugars.

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