Long before Viagra came along there have been shrubs to help with your wood, and leaves to help water her bush, if you know what I mean. You can find a range of herbs to get you both in the mood here.
This Happy Caps product is aimed at the lovers out there. Its aphrodisiac qualities are based on a number of well-known herbs used in Chinese medicine that stimulate blood flow to the genitals and/or inhibit the enzyme PDE-5 that commands your ‘big fellah’ to relax and go back to sleep.
No need to feel intimidated by the familiar blue look of BlueXtreme capsules - it is not one of those horrendously overpriced pills to treat erectile dysfunction, albeit the effect is very similar. One capsule is sufficient to elate your lumbar region, working wonders on your erection and stamina. Your partner will be set hard on your hard-on!
Because of their stimulating properties Kola nuts were used in magic and as aphrodisiacs, and they still play a strong role in religious and social life of many West and Central African cultures. Europeans began Kola plantations in the 1600s and also took them to the New World - and yes, the original Coca-Cola used them.
The one and only Cannabis inspired latex condom with silicone based lube: Blowdom. Marked with the CE label, expiry date etc., so you know you are safe when it comes down to business. Length: 180-190mm, width: 52+/-2mm. Be careful though, this "joint" is really tasty and your partner might enjoy the flavor a tad too much. Let him/her suck, but don't let them light it up! 2-pack.
Damiana (Turnera afrodisiaca) has a relaxing effect with a euphoric high for 1-2 hours after taking, and like its Latin name suggests, is a mild but effective aphrodisiac. Damiana may be smoked or made into a tea, and the shredded version is even suitable for use in a vaporizer.
This is a 15x tincture from the Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea); a mild sedative and aphrodisiac which is native to Egypt. Blue Lotus has played an important role in Egyptian history. These days Blue Lotus is grown around the world.
Kanna is the name given to the fermented roots and leaves of the South African bush Sceletium tortuosum, a traditional vision-inducing entheogen and inebriant that in the West is more regularly used to improve mood and reduce anxiety. Its effects are similar to St John’s wort, but more potent.
Calamus (Acorus calamus) is used mainly to support digestion and overall stomach and gastrointestinal health. Its active compounds also provide support for lungs and overall bronchial, nasal and respiratory health.
Originally grown in the Andes Mountains, maca is a resilient and versatile plant who’s roots were used throughout the Inca empire. It an exclusive food of the upper classes and rewarded to accomplished warriors. For good reason as well, maca is highly nutritious, increases energy, balances systems within the body and is thought to increase fertility – try this super food for yourself.
Clavo huasca is a giant vine (up to 80 meters high!) from South America and is mostly known for its aphrodisiac effect on both men and women. Clavo huasca is also used as ingredient in many Ayahuasca recipes to settle the stomach. The Latin name for Clavo huasca is 'Tynnanthus panurensis' and the active compound is called 'tinantina'.
The dried plant material of Butea superba, a herbaceous plant native to the deciduous forests of Thailand where it is abundantly distributed and used by men for its reputed positive effects on the libido and sexual vigor. Solely intended for use as a nutritional supplement. Butea superba must be taken regularly to experience the desired effects.
Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea) is first mentioned in the Egyptian Book of the Dead; blue and white lotuses were the most important ritual plants in ancient Egypt. The flowers were worn in the hair of the living and the dead, and were an important ornamental element in Egyptian art.