Spanish Fly Drug: Questions and Answers: II

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OK . .. so, how Does Spanish Fly Work?

Although Hippocrates (460 BC – 370 BC), the ancient Greek physician was familiar with Spanish Fly, it wasn’t until 2000 years later, in the 19th century, that Cantharidin was first isolated by the French chemist, Roviquet, in Paris.

This substance causes irritation in the urinary tract and this irritation is understood by some to mimic sexual desire.

But Spanish fly can be dangerous?

Spanish Fly is said to be the cause of death of Simon Bolivar, Liberator of South America. In 1830 a paste of Cantharidin was applied to a his neck to treat a wart.

And Cantharidin were also intentionally used as poisons. In Naples, Rome and Sicily women sometimes used a few drops to murder their husbands.

Is Spanish Fly an good Aphrodisiac?

Yes. It is an effective aphrodisiac. Although it is also the most toxic.

Spanish Fly is illegal in the United States and many other countries for human use. But it is still used for livestock breeding. When the animals urinate the cantharidin, it produces irritation that that leads to itching and inflammation of the genitals.

Spanish Fly is Highly Dangerous and Potentially Lethal Bodily tissue that comes into contact with Cantharidin will itch and be covered in blisters.

Luckily, there is a safe, modern, solution: Germany Sex Drops.

Enjoy.

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