According to Chris Kilham, an ethnobotanist at the University of Massachusetts, herbal aphrodisiacs are not a myth.
In fact, hes spent his career traveling the globe learning from shamans and herbalists about botanicals he calls Hot Plants that will help put more lead in your pencil.
Kilham claims one plant called Maca from the Peruvian highlands will make you feel hotter than a Chinese firecracker in bed, while something called Tongkat Alit from Malaysia is credited with giving men erections.
Meanwhile Kilham claims the Siberian root called Rhodiola Rosea is noted to improve erectile dysfunction by 52 percent.
More on Kilhams botanical libido boosters can be found in his book Hot Plants: Natures Proven Sex Boosters for Men and Women (St. Martins Press).
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