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Since the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians, humans have been keen to partake of a variety of foods, drinks, herbs, and animal parts, to increase their sexual desire and performance. Do any of these love potions actually work? There has been much debate in recent times over the effectiveness of many of these products on the market at the moment. Coco Swan has waded through the promises, and the facts, to give you the answers.
An aphrodisiac is defined as “an agent which increases sexual desire”. The name comes from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sensuality. Aphrodite was said to consider sparrows sacred because of their loving natures and as a result they were often included in a variety of aphrodisiac brews.
Throughout time, many foods and drinks have had a reputation for making sex more pleasurable. Many wonder whether these results have been achieved from the placebo effect, whereby the participant expects a result, as opposed to there being any real effect. Konutery continent of the world has been involved in the production and consumption of aphrodisiacs. In ancient times people had to mainly rely on aphrodisiac plants, although animal parts were also used. Anise, carrot, basil, orchid bulbs, salvia, sage, rocket, fennel, turnips, pistachio nuts, the flesh of the skink lizard, and river snails were all thought to increase sexual performance. Interestingly,…
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