So far, the evidence I’ve seen supports the view that low-dose aspirin may actually help make erections better, by raising levels of nitric oxide.

So, is the active chemical in aspirin found in foods? According to this article, several foods have salicylates, the chemical in aspirin. These foods include the following:

Foods extremely high in salicylates:

  • Blueberries – Cherries – Dried Currants – Curry Powder – Dried Dates – Gherkins (small pickles) – Licorice – Paprika – Prunes – Raspberries Foods moderately high in salicylates:
  • Almonds – Apples (granny smith) – Oranges – Peppers (sweet and hot) – Persimmons – Pineapple – Tea Generally fruits contain considerable amounts of salicylates; vegetables do not. Here is the link to the original article, which lists a source: LINK HERE.