RMH, honestly, I’ve never heard that any of those work all that great. Given your earlier post, I believe that you can physically experience normal arousal, but that you have some psychological/emotional blocks to work through to get aroused with your husband in the marriage bed. I would encourage you to give some of the suggestions in the thread a try before using a libido boosting supplement. That being said, it wouldn’t hurt to try adding to your diet some natural aphrodisiacs, such as honey and dark chocolate to see if that helps.
I have never used supplements to boost libido.
My understanding of the whole food supplement industry is that most of it is snake oil. If you have a healthy diet and take regular exercise then you’re unlikely to be deficient in any of the vitamins and minerals they provide, so most of it will get processed by your kidneys and pass in your urine giving little or no benefit. Whilst there may be compounds in herbs that have an aphrodisiac effect, the chances are that the effects are small and that they are present in such low quantities that they don’t really work.
To the extent that these things work, it’s largely the placebo effect of taking something rather than any active ingredient.