The word aphrodisiac comes from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sexuality and love.
Substances or foods said to boost your libido are called aphrodisiacs.
A males Libido is linked to his levels of sexual hormones, mainly testosterone.
A low sex drive = Low testosterone, (post-menopausal women or men over age 60), testosterone supplements will often increase libido, such as Ginseng, Yohimbe, Tribulus terrestris, and horny goat weed to name a few.
History has proven that the said supplements’ do their job in heightening the libido when preparing for sexual activity;
but what about the different foods said to give you that added humph during intercourse?
Throughout history, many foods, drinks, and behaviors have had a reputation for making sex more attainable and/or pleasurable. However, from a historical and scientific standpoint, the alleged results may have been mainly due to mere belief by their users that they would be effective (i.e., the placebo effect). Personally I don’t know about any “placebo effect” but every time I eat shellfish mainly a fresh batch of conch salad I get the urge for sexual power serge!
Check out this website http://www.aphrodisiac-recipes.com/aphrodisiac-seafood.html for some tasty seafood dishes, and recipes that’ll put you in the mood to get nude, use lube, and groove with your mate after an intimately planned dinner date.
Here's a video for all you romance novice out there hehehe!
Some helpful tips for getting your partner ready for a long night of pleasure.