Aphrodisiacal [adjective]

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The following instances sufficiently establish the aphrodisiacal qualities of phosphorus.

The mushroom was also equally well known as the truffle to the ancient Romans for its aphrodisiacal qualities.

Borax is likewise considered to possess peculiar aphrodisiacal qualities.

Certain condiments are also aphrodisiacal, acting as they undoubtedly do, as powerful stimulants.

Musk taken internally is said by many physicians to be almost equal to ambergris for its aphrodisiacal qualities.

We shall close this our third essay with the amusing summary of anti-aphrodisiacal remedies, as given by Rabelais.

Most probably the queen spoke from her own experience of its anti-aphrodisiacal effects upon her royal consort.

Thus onions are regarded as aphrodisiacal, and were so regarded by the Greeks, as we learn from Aristophanes.

More definitely aphrodisiacal effects are produced by drugs, and especially by drugs which in large doses are poisons.

Like alcohol, opium seems to have a marked aphrodisiacal effect on women.