CC Antya 15.76
eka-bāra yāra sparśe, smara-jvālā-viṣa nāśe,
yāra sparśe lubdha nārī-mana
kṛṣṇa — of Lord Kṛṣṇa; kara-pada-tala — the palms and the soles of the feet; koṭi-candra — millions upon millions of moons; su-śītala — cool and pleasing; jini’ — surpassing; karpūra — camphor; veṇā-mūla — roots of khasakhasa; candana — sandalwood pulp; eka-bāra — once; yāra — of which; sparśe — by the touch; smara-jvālā — the burning effect of lusty desire; viṣa — the poison; nāśe — becomes vanquished; yāra — of which; sparśe — by the touch; lubdha — enticed; nārī-mana — the minds of women.
“The combined cooling effect of camphor, roots of khasakhasa and sandalwood is surpassed by the coolness of Kṛṣṇa’s palms and the soles of His feet, which are cooler and more pleasing than millions upon millions of moons. If women are touched by them even once, their minds are enticed, and the burning poison of lusty desire for Kṛṣṇa is immediately vanquished.”