From ancient fertility deities to modern erectile dysfunction drugs, we've literally tried every so-called miracle cure in the pursuit of great sex. Aphrodisiacs — named after the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite — are any food or drugs that arouse sexual desire or pleasure. But despite their long-standing history, the limited scientific research done on natural libido boosters has produced little clinical evidence supporting their effects, according to the Mayo Clinic. Most recently, a team of scientists reviewed approximately 50 studies done on the most popular animal- and plant-based aphrodisiacs and OTC supplements on the market.
Updated: GMT, 5 February
Good sex is the preserve of feisty year-olds with great bodies and rocket-fuelled sex drives. But a new survey begs to differ. The study found that men are the most confident in bed between the ages of 50 and 69, while women experience their peak of sexual confidence between 18 and
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