Before the advent of Valentine’s Day, romantic dinners by candlelight, and libido-boosting supplements, ancient cultures turned to the one aspect of life they knew they could rely on when it comes to lighting the spark of arousal: food.

These key foods, referred to as aphrodisiacs, have been used for thousands of years in rituals, rites, and pre-wedding appetizers to nudge the body and mind toward a heightened state of arousal. In honor of the

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