Fraud associated with sex is ancient, stretching back to love philters sold in the earliest occidental and oriental civilizations. In the United States, a promoter in 1804 offered “a degree of re-animation” to older men who used his Aromatic Lozenges of Steel. Some proprietors trafficked on the theme of Mormon polygamy, giving their nostrums names like Brigham Young Tablets, Mormon Elders Damiana Wafers, and Mormon Bishop Pills. Other suggestive names included Ponce de León Cream, Red Rooster Pills, and Sporty Days Invigorator. The Von Graef Sexual Troche was recommended for use both “in the Stomach and on the Organ.”
Impotency “cures” are also related to aphrodisiacs; indeed, such double duty has not infrequently been claimed in the same nostrum advertisement. In the 19th century, Dr. Hollick’s Aphrodisiac Remedy also provided “the only sure and reliable… permanent cure of impotence.” After World War II, a Flying Fortress gunner who had won the Congressional Medal of Honor promoted Firmo Cream as both an aphrodisiac and a restorer of lost manhood
more recently, a supposed aphrodisiac known as Black Stone has been found in sex shops in america. It’s meant to be applied topically though health authorities say it’s dangerous that way also. several men have died after ingesting this toad venom. perhaps they didn’t find a princess willing to kiss their toady todger in time. under no circumstances should you click on the link (warty penis) if you’re eating, digesting or thinking about food.
spanish fly is an irritant though some people still believe it has aphrodisiacal qualities. this site offers it to you for the bargain price of $197.50 saying it may make her eager to perform any sex act you want. or there’s the kriptonite brand which reproduces the effect of the beattle version. love love me do……..