Honeymead ... It Does a Body Good

Why does all the really cool sex research happen in Britain? Sex researchers want to know if the ancient drink, honeymead, will get some newlyweds off to a good start.

Thanks to CNN:
Mead, first brewed in Babylon more than 4,000 years ago making it one of the world's oldest alcoholic drinks, has long been believed to increase fertility and sex drive.

In ancient Persia couples were expected to imbibe the sweet mead every day for one "honey month" -- hence honeymoon -- after they tied the knot to achieve the right frame of mind for a successful marriage.
 Sounds like it might be more fun to pour ON your bride rather than IN your bride.