A Highly Scientific Study Of Love Potions From The InternetMeredith Woerner2/14/11 10:48pmFiled to: Io9 taste testVideoHolidayMagicValentine's DayLove potionLove potionsGettymusictweetFb23EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink This is the kind of scientific study you can only do with help from the internet. We rounded up the best love potions online and forced them down the throats of three willing victims. So what love potion was the best? Watch and find out.AdvertisementHere are the contenders, with recipes.Ancient Druid Love Potion (from Food.com)AdvertisementIngredients:1/8 teaspoon rosemary2 teaspoons black tea leaves1/4 teaspoon thyme1/4 teaspoon nutmeg3 fresh mint leaves6 fresh rose petals6 lemon leaves3 cups mineral watersugar or honey, to tasteVerdict: Dirty water tea. Will not bring you love.Love Potion #9Sponsored9 oz. sweet red wine9 basil leaves9 red rose petals9 cloves9 apple seeds9 drops vanilla extract9 drops strawberry juice9 drops apple juice1 ginseng root, cut into 9 equal piecesVerdict: Good for traveling dignitaries. Could possibly bring you love.AdvertisementHarco's Love Energy PotionTaurineGlucuronolactoneMalic AcidN-AcetylL-Tyrosinel-Arginine HydrochlorideMaca ExtractAshwagandha ExtractAmerican Ginseng ExtractDamiana ExtractHorny Goat Weed Extract90 mg of CaffeineVerdict: Tastes like candy. Could bring you love, or a bad caffeine addiction.Strawberry PuckerAdvertisementStarwberry Pucker8.9 grams of SugarIceVerdict: Will not bring you love, but will bring you a headache.Special thanks to our victims and Richard Blakeley. Edited and brewed by Meredith Woerner.