Scientists Create Drug That Could Give Men And Women Natural Sex Drive
Although Viagra has long been known as a sex drug, the pill's function is to treat erectile dysfunction -- not increase sex drive.
A certain protein in the brain, however, has proven to increase sexual desires and arouse genitalia in both men and women.
It's called melanocortin, according to Medical Daily and, in nasal-spray form, it targets the central nervous system to create a natural sexual appetite.
Here, AsapSCIENCE explains how the drug works and why it could become a revolutionary cure for sexual disorders.