Use: This aphrodisiac dilates blood vessels of the skin and mucus membranes (including those of the sexual organs). It is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor, which means that you should strictly avoid nasal decongestants, foods containing tyramine (such as liver, cheese, and red wine), and certain diet aids containing phenylpropanolamine. The drug should not be taken by anyone suffering from hypotension (low blood pressure), hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetes, or heart, liver, or kidney diseases. Effectiveness of this herb/drug has not yet been proven, and in the United States, it's declared unsafe and is unavailable. If you really want to make it a part of your daily intake, you might need to trek to Germany; it's available in every sex shop!
Dosage: Usually administered in 5.4 mg doses, it is available as a prescription drug in many combinations with other so-called sexual stimulants such as strychnine, thyroid, and methyltestosterone.
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