Male aphrodisiacs come in many forms; foods, powders, pills, herbs, and even fragrances. Some men are more sensitive than others to the variety of aphrodisiacs. As with anything that is found both naturally or synthetically produced, these substances work differently on each person. All men have a slightly different chemical make up when compared to the next guy. The variation between each man’s body causes an altered reaction to any outside substance as well.
Finding a pheromone formula that works for most men is supposedly possible. There are great reviews about fragrances that contain pheromones geared for attracting men and making their sex-drive go through the roof. It is this alteration in the sex-drive that makes these fragrances male aphrodisiacs. The scents that affect men the most include copulins and/or estratetraenol. The pheromone androstenol is also used in conjunction with either or both of these female pheromones.
This combination of odorless chemicals causes a man to experience all sorts of sensations. Copulins increases a man’s testosterone, which makes him more willing to seek out women. Estratetraenol is a mood elevator for men and androstenol enables men to become much friendlier and chattier with the ladies. The highest ranking aphrodisiacs for men contain an elevated amount of copulins, since it causes an increase in testosterone. This hormone is linked directly to sex, which is why testosterone production is of concern.
Surprisingly, there are a number of everyday foods that men can eat to increase their sex-drive as well. Of course, the top of this list doesn’t actually include a food that is commonly found in most men’s fridges, but it is readily available. This potent food is raw oysters. The high levels of zinc in this classic male aphrodisiac increase testosterone. Bananas contain an enzyme called bromelain, which is supposed to reverse impotence and heighten the sex-drive.
There also some herbs and plants that people in other countries swear by. The Chinese use ginseng, horny goat weed, and tribulus terrestris as aphrodisiacs for men. Any of these are supposed to not only increase the sex-drive of a man, but also to improve his potency. Yohimbe comes from parts of Africa and is an evergreen tree. The extracts from the bark of this tree are used to increase the male sex-drive.
It’s amazing how far science has come today. The idea that additional substances could be added to a man’s diet for an increased libido or stocked in the pantry for a later use is new for some and old hat for others. Male aphrodisiacs will continue to be sold on the internet for a long range of prices, as well as results. While some swear by a pheromone formula that only takes a few drops to get a man ready for action, others insist that an aphrodisiac needs to be slowly absorbed to have the most effect. Whichever one you decide on, play it safe and follow the directions for it.