A true aphrodisiac generates signs of sexual arousal—increased lubrication, easier erections, longer-lasting erections, higher libido. Learn my top, scientifically-backed picks.
The word “aphrodisiac” is thrown around A LOT.
What does it mean?
Something that arouses sexual desire.
All kinds of things are apparently aphrodisiacs.
From chocolate to strawberries to oysters.
But are they really?
Typically, these are all foods containing some kind of vitamin or mineral or amino acid that is a precursor to sex hormone production.
For example, chocolate products phenylalanine, which makes you feel kinda blissful.
Which might be a good segue into lovemaking.
But none of these qualify as a true aphrodisiac.
A true aphrodisiac generates signs of sexual arousal—increased lubrication, easier erections, longer-lasting erections, higher libido.
There are often associated reproductive benefits like improved prostate health or easier menstruation and menopause.
For all of that, we’d have to look to herbs.
In this week’s episode, I’m going to explain why herbs are more powerful and effective then pharmaceutical drugs, and how they are truly curative, rather than just being Band-Aids (as pharma drugs are).
All-natural, with no side effects.
I’ll also discuss ideal herbal potencies, dosing, and my top picks for the most powerful, and scientifically-backed, aphrodisiac herbs in the world.
Which I am now selling.
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Bottoms up, kids!