People have been searching for libido enhancers ever since ancient times, but most methods have turned out to be bogus. There’s no evidence that the ancient Chinese practice of swallowing ground rhinoceros horns improved sexual prowess. More recently, the hype about bottled pheromones — the odorless secret to many animals’ attraction — proved unfounded.
Even so, Marie Savard, M.D., Medical Contributor to “Good Morning America” and the author most recently of “Ask Dr. Marie,” says that some purported aphrodisiacs do indeed heighten desire. Yet she maintains there is only one surefire way to boost the flagging sex drive that so often plagues women during and after menopause. We’re saving that tip for last – but if you can’t resist skipping ahead to find out what it is, we forgive you!