aphrodisiac

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Synonyms for aphrodisiac

love potion

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erotic or erotical

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Synonyms for aphrodisiac

of, concerning, or promoting sexual love or desire

Synonyms for aphrodisiac

a drug or other agent that stimulates sexual desire

exciting sexual desire

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At Gemperle Farms, we wanted to put our lover's cake recipe to the aphrodisiac test.
As Malaysia looks to biotechnology for economic growth, scientists are taking a harder look at the aphrodisiac qualities of tongkat ali .
But are the alleged aphrodisiac properties of food myth, magic or are they rooted in more scientific truths?
Guests also heard myths exposed including the oriental traditions surrounding aphrodisiacs.
In her exciting new book, 'Releasing Aphrodite, Aromatic Aphrodisiacs for Love and Romance', Elisabeth helps lovers rediscover this ancient art and experience the many joys of living and loving through scent - from preparing a room for pleasure with a seriously sexy air fragrance, to stirring desire with a saucy massage oil or steamy bath potion - for two
I've read a lot about aphrodisiac foods like oysters and champagne.
Often thought to be only for men with impotency or the man with a wild adventurous heart, women have also used aphrodisiacs for centuries when frigidity or indifference is present or to open themselves to the world of eroticism.
Certainly, visionaries who recognized e-mail as a near-instantaneous way to communicate in print had higher purposes in mind than selling dietary supplements, hair loss prevention tonics and aphrodisiacs to audiences of millions who never requested information on the latest pseudoscientific advancements in these areas.
Aphrodisiacs are substances that stimulate/increase sexual desire and performance.
APHRODISIAC FACTS:But beware of those who claim they're serving aphrodisiacs on Valentine's Day.
It worked for the same reason that other supposed aphrodisiacs work: it stimulated the most effective sex organ of them all, the one between our ears.
Flagging libidos could receive help from the tuna fish sandwich, according to the newly published book Temptations: Igniting the Pleasure and Power of Aphrodisiacs (Simon &: Schuster, 2002).
But the sexual angle is interesting because it has little to do with the drug's actual properties, a situation for which there is considerable precedent in the history of reputed aphrodisiacs.
Take some herbs or other compounds that have traditionally been used as aphrodisiacs and slap an eye-catching label on them.