Sex Pills A drug used for recreational sex, which is used either to prevent pregnancy or to facilitate an erection
Any recreational drug—e.g., isobutyl nitrate, cocaine—which is ingested at the time of sexual activity, with the belief that the agent will enhance the perceived quality of the activity or experience
An aphrodisiac or love drug is a substance that increases libido when consumed. Aphrodisiacs are distinct from substances that address fertility issues or secondary sexual (dys)function such as erectile dysfunction.
Sex Pills.The name comes from the Greek ἀφροδισιακόν, aphrodisiakon, i.e. “sexual, aphrodisiac”, from aphrodisios, i.e. “pertaining to Aphrodite”, the Greek goddess of love. The opposite substance is an anaphrodisiac.
Throughout human history, food, drinks, and behaviors have had a reputation for making sex more attainable and/or pleasurable. However, from a historical and scientific standpoint, the alleged results may have been mainly due to mere belief by their users that they would be effective (placebo effect). Likewise, many medicines are reported to affect libido in inconsistent or idiopathic ways:  enhancing or diminishing overall sexual desire depending on the situation of subject. For example, Bupropion (Wellbutrin) is known as an antidepressant that can counteract other co-prescribed antidepressants having libido-diminishing effects. However, because Wellbutrin only increases the libido in the special case that it is already impaired by related medications, it is not generally classed as an aphrodisiac.