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Cute lady munching off a chocolate tablet。 Little does she know that it doesn';t have any aphrodisiac effect whatsoever。

Aphrodisiacs  have been used to improvement ***ual performance and desire for thousands of years now, but which of them are really effective or ****** old waives’; tales? Researchers from University of Guelph claim they’;ve conducted the most elaborate study to date as far as aphrodisiacs are concerned。

“;Aphrodisiacs have been used for thousands of years all around the world, but the science behind the claims has never been well understood or clearly reported,”; said researcher Massimo Marcone。 “;Ours is the most thorough scientific review to date。 Nothing has been done on this level of detail before now。”;

This is actually a meta-study, meaning that researchers have went through hundreds of studies that tackle aphrodisiac, selecting only those that qualify under some very exigent scientific criteria, before compiling them in a list。

What really works? Well, researchers are pretty convinced that improvements in sexual function can be made with three plants: panax ginseng, saffron and yohimbine (a compound from yohimbe trees in West Africa)。 Regarding aphrodisiac plants that enhance sexual desire, only two such plants were found: muira puama and maca root (both from South America)。 When talking about drugs like Viagra, researchers warn that while they indeed treat erectyle disfuctions, they don’;t increase ones libido whatsoever。

“;There is a need for natural products that enhance sex without negative side effects,”; co-researcher John Melnyk contends。 “;Drugs can produce headache, muscle pain and blurred vision, and can have dangerous interactions with other medications。”;

Convinced that chocolate gets you going where you need to? Well, I hate to break to you, but chocolate, researchers say, has absolutely no aphrodisiac effect。 “;It may be that some people feel an effect from certain ingredients in chocolate, mainly phenylethylamine, which can affect serotonin and endorphin levels in the brain,”; Marcone said。

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