american dies after taking sexual stimulant

greydread

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Comforting to know we have so many experts on sexual stimulation aids on the site.

Not me. I can't begin to figure out how what looks to be a sharpening stone could ever be considered a "sexual stimulant" unless the ding-ding in question is too calloused the allow for sensation of any kind and requires a few layers of dead skin removed.

In that case I would strongly suggest avoidance of OTC remedy and an immediate emergency urology visit. There's probably a very serious underlying condition.
 

dv8

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Any idea what's in that stuff, DV8?

i guess no one knows for sure. this is supposed to be natural and "herbal". cicuta is also a herb. so is belladonna. anyways, i found this article here: http://www.libertaddigital.com/cien...roso-retardante-de-la-eyaculacion-1276513066/
this article lists pretty harmless stuff: http://www.elnuevodiario.com.do/app/article.aspx?id=233145
Los ingredientes que posee son Aloe de madera 5%, Clavo 5%, Ginseng Coreano 16%, Canela 20%, agua destilada 46%, lo que lo hace anest?sico.
 

zoomzx11

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These sort of chinese products are not a signer to the truth in labeling agreement. Maybe he should have "talked to his doctor to see if his heart was healthy enough for sexual activity". I just worry about my "erection lasting four hours or more". My friend told me that urologists have many "tools" to temporarily repair ed problems.
 

Bronxboy

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These sort of chinese products are not a signer to the truth in labeling agreement. Maybe he should have "talked to his doctor to see if his heart was healthy enough for sexual activity". I just worry about my "erection lasting four hours or more".

Yep. Right from the commercials.