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The Herbal Stiffy Maker That Worked Because It Had Viagra In It

by | 28th, April 2014

WE’VE all been bombarded with the spam about the herbal Viagras for so long now that none of us actually believe that they work, or are anything other than the most atrocious scam.

On the other hand, now that Viagra’s off patent anyone can make the drug itself: they can’t call it Viagra and you still need a prescription for it though. So, thinking through this problem some bright sparks decided to make a herbal stiffy making drink that really did work. OK, so they put Levitra, not Viagra, into it, but it sure as hell did work:

A herbal energy drink designed to give men a boost in the bedroom has been banned – because it also contained an erectile dysfunction drug.

MosKa is marketed around its natural ‘performance enhancing’ ingredients such as Red and Siberian Ginseng.

But its manufacturer has now discovered the drink also contained ‘an underclared ingredient’ – Vardenafil, or Levitra.

They put so damn much of the stuff into it that it had more than a regular pill you’d get prescribed did. Which has problems all of its own, those with high blood pressure could get a heart attack from it and it’s entirely possible to end up with priapism: an erection that last longer than four hours. Enough time to run out of lube, natural or artificial, and enough time to cause permanent damage too.

But what’s really lovely about it is that the way to make a herbal thingie work is to put some real medicine into it: which rather defeats the purpose of trying to make a herbal thingie really.



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