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Valentine’s Day is coming up, and I’ve already purchased the chocolate-dipped strawberries, a plate full of oysters, and a bowl of green M&Ms. In the event you’re looking for something stronger, try one of these aphrodisiacs borrowed from cultures around the world.

 

 

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Sarah Park

Sarah Park is currently spending her quarter-life crisis in the beautiful Eastern Sierra. She spends her days snowboarding, hiking and not at all slipping into a soul-devouring existential dilemma. Don't worry, she's kidding... kinda.

  • Nata Udovenko

    In Seychelles, they joke around about octopus being an aphrodisiac and they eat it a lot! Typical seychellois salad is “octopus salad”. No wonder you can see every third teenage girl pregnant there

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