Amusing. They are very carefully HIDING THEIR INGREDIENT LIST (which “hiding” may or may not be prohibited?) by substituting a different graphic if you attempt to enlarge the materials list enough to read it. Immaterial - they are still required to have the FDA boilerplate statement which negates any claim they make that their product has any meaningful physiological effect on the human body.
Here you go. Has some vascular active compounds and some herbs that are used traditionally in Asia and South Asia for menstrual irregularity disorders. Why mosh pitted into this? Who knows. It’s not a regulated industry in terms of efficacy …or toxicity.
You can try and report back if it causes flares of passion. Be detailed in narrative. Minimum 30 pages. We await your objective study report.
“Good” info, thanks. “Good Try ” asking for a narrative (still getting intermittent chuckles), but I wouldn’t consume this stuff on a bet.
We had such rising expectations.
Bow chicka wow wow!
Wonder why the black cohosh? That’s one of the ingredients commonly used for an herbal abortion.
Maybe this stuff works so well, people will be so impassioned, they won’t take time to employ the contraceptives, hence the black cohosh. They got you covered!
Black cohosh is mainly used for PMS. I have prescribed medically as a alternative (likely safer) to estrogenic compounds. There has been over 200 years usage in the USA including among American Indians. Reportedly safe per Sloan Kettering study even for women with breast cancer as it has no estrogenic effect itself.
Each time I see this ‘supplement’ listed, I wonder if it’s something I would stir into…say, milk for instance? Much like the old Nestle Quick powdered pink sugar joy juice of my youth. Then I wonder, would it taste delicious in this sassy do-dad???
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If you substitute Obvi Lust for a daily 20 oz Grande cup of Nestlé Quick we will need to read your daily journal for side effects.
Itchy maybe. Decreased desire to hammer??? Wait, did someone order in Obviate Lust?!?
What is this? Salt Peter tincture for the School of Wayward Girls?
I see - Madlibs, and “a use-verb, involving hand tools”…
Well if you consider the intended purpose of the product vended, then my post is demure.