Can Women Take [email protected]?


pill on tongueBy Staff Blogger

When [email protected] first hit the market, it caused quite a stir. Suddenly, men who were having major problems in the bedroom were “back in business”. It was almost a miracle!

The question then arose as to whether or not women could also take advantage of the “miracle” drug.

According to the health expert at,

“The studies done to test its effectiveness on women have yielded less-than-stellar results, probably because men and women are fundamentally different when it comes to desire and arousal. Though the increased blood flow down below has caused some women who’ve tried the drug to experience physical arousal, it’s had little effect on desire.”

The purpose of [email protected] is to help men who are challenged with er-ectile dysfunction. The drug basically allows an increase in blood flow to the pe-nis and then the man has an ere-ction.

So, the short answer to the question of whether or not women should take [email protected] is: NO! The drug was developed for men so there has not been much research into how it affects women. Also, [email protected] is a prescription pill and no one should really be taking prescription pills that were not prescribed to them.
It may be better to just stick to the “old fashioned” way of doing things, like exercising to boost your energy and blood circulation. Also, there are foods that you can eat that will get you “in the mood”. Some of those foods are chocolate, asparagus, garlic and avocado.
Other suggestions are scents which can come in oils or candles.  Vanilla, jasmine and peppermint are a few of the scents that can help you get “in the mood”.

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