Next time you sit down to a meal, make sure you save space for some (or all) of these libido boosters. Most people turn to pills when it comes time to stoke the old intimacy oven, but lately, more and more companies have begun making libido boosters that can be eaten or drunk.
There are many reasons why there has been a surge in edible libido boosters in recent years. For one thing, something you can eat or drink doesn't (generally) need to be sold from behind a counter or require a prescription. It can also be consumed quickly while on the go. Judging by the popularity of the recently released Sexcereal -- it's exactly what it sounds like -- it doesn't seem as if edible libido boosters are going anywhere any time soon.
From Arousing Beverages to Sensual Foods
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Lascivious Frozen Desserts
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Aphrodope Elixir Promises to Pump Up Your Love Life
Holistic Libido Boosters
Citrulline Watermelon the New Viagra?
Aphrodisiac Cooking Guides
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The Fever Beverage Will Put You in the Mood
Australia's Hot Love Drink, Turn On
Next Generation Waters Claims 'Hot' Flavor Increases Libido
The Wrinkle-Fighting Nescafe 3in1 Collagen Coffee
Manly Meaty Recipes
The Esquire's Eat Like a Man Cookbook is Full of Testosterone
Libido-Raising Foods Perfect for Valentine's Day Dinner
Caffeinated Libido Enhancers
Magic Powder Coffee is a Unique Sexual Enhancement Product
Liquor For Libido
Study Shows Men + Booze = Better Performance in Bed
Edible Aphrodisiacs For Natural Stimulation and a Dose of Vitamins