Aphrodisiacs -- Colognes, sprays, herbs, foods, and more -- Which really work?
Bestselling author Dr. Joe Vitale says, "This site is a clearinghouse of information on all forms of aphrodisiacs, sex stimulants, love potions, and other ways to 'turn on the heat'."
When you want to turn someone on -- woman, man, or even yourself --- which product really works? And which are the safest to use?
For example, only two herbs have been clinically tested and proven to be aphrodisiacs: yohimbine and muira puama. Yet yohimbine is very dangerous if you consume it with cheese, liver, or red wine. Most of the time the herb will help a man with his "function" -- but also make him feel so lousy he may not be interested in sex.
Also, there are some people who are capturing exotic animals and creating aphrodisiac powders out of everything from their brains to their horns. Not only is this illegal, the products don't work.
And Spanish Fly, probably the most commonly known sex stimulant, is actually made from the dried wings of a Spanish beetle. It is highly dangerous, unpredictable, and can cause death.
This is information you need to know.
There are also colognes, sprays, herbs and more out there, all designed to almost secretly get someone excited enough to have sex.
But -- Do they really work?
And -- Are they safe?
You're about to find out.
Read the quick, detailed, honest articles here and you'll get the truth about what really works when it comes to turning yourself or someone else on.
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