I see an awful lot of quackery into how things actually work. If hormones are out of alignment (too much e or too little t), rather than it creating a lower or higher drive, it creates an unstable attraction pattern. The attraction rather than remaining a stable constant will rise up really high and collapse over and over.
There are substances in some foods, which can destabilize these patterns and other connected systems (as noted by real leading endocrinologists, this includes substances like lead in pipes or certain plant substances). There are also foods which can assist in stabilizing these patterns, as the human body may not metabolize them appropriately. An unstable attraction pattern is very problematic as it still carries the full force of a drive, but without an outlet for it to release itself onto in some cases, so it will keep trying and trying. It lacks a drainage valve.
It may even create illusory or faux attractive (disconnected attractive patterns) states which are useless in practice to act on, but which annoy you compulsively only causing frustration. When and if it stabilizes, it will become a fair bit stronger for a short while, before the brain works out how to handle it autonomously, and it goes back down for the large portion of the time, until it’s called upon.
Before you postulate over theoretics, I invoke the argument of personal experience.
There is also an idea that sex hormones act like “power levels”. If you add infinite testosterone, the sex drive increases “infinitely”. Hormones bind to receptors. Available receptors. Even if it were the case sex hormones affect sexual activity, there are only so many receptors to bind to, and at some point, the unstable patterns would far overtake any “perception”.
The two primary sex hormones (with progesterone which acts to ensure the levels of estrogen in females are maintained at the appropriate levels for each particular day of the month) are more god hormones than sex hormones, they facilitate many critical functions, and have many indirect effects. In fact, they are a hormone which facilitates the phase transition of life itself.