It is a name given to some substances, which people swallow with the hope of increasing or improving their sexual desire. They vary from the ordinary (vegetables with the form of genitals or seasoned foods), the fascinating (oysters and champagne) to the grotesque (testicles of bull or goat’s feet) and even the dangerous (drugs such as ecstasy and speed).
Although there is no scientific evidence that certain foods or beverages can actually increase sexual arousal, people who believe in them insist on their magical qualities. In other words, if you think something that you eat or drink will excite you, it is possible that it will serve you well.
On the other hand, drugs can create an initial sense of excitement, but eventually they will diminish, if not totally eliminating, your sexual desire and ability.
Many people also use sex toys to achieve greater excitement, pre-sex games often function as aphrodisiacs that increase desire. It is very important to establish a communication within the couple about the subject, so that both of them feel comfortable in this foreplay stage.
Some couples only by kissing already achieve that state of sexual desire that is obtained with aphrodisiacs. For example, when two people kiss, their mouths open and their tongues touch, an act known as the French kiss, it can be with a light touch to the other person’s tongue, or a passionate and prolonged exploration of their lips and the inside of his or her mouth.