sábado, 28 de julio de 2018

Nexcite / Niagra Get Nexcited...

Damiana / Turnera diffusa o Turnera aphrodisiaca

If yohimbe is the king of aphrodisiacs for men, damiana is undoubtedly the queen of aphrodisiacs for women.

Damiana, the shrub of Turnera diffusa, is the key ingredient in a Swedish blue drink called “Niagra,” a play on the notoriety of Viagra

Studies showed that damiana contains β -sitosterol and aromatic oils, which may be stimulating and provide beneficial effects on sexual debility and nervous tension. (Más)

Bottles of Niagara were flying off the shelf and were presumably being consumed by Arkansans 
but the state had a collective gasp of disapproval 
when a single girl wrote about her experience 
with the popular drink. 
Everybody does it, but nobody talks about it. 
In Arkansas, I can't think of a male reporter 
with the balls to write what I wrote, 
even if he drank a case of the blue potion.

TWO Swedes are to market a controversial herbal drink in Scotland dubbed "Viagra for women" after winning the British rights.

Niagra, which it is claimed stimulates the libido, has already become a cult drink in the United States.

But after a legal wrangle with the producers of Viagra the makers have changed the name - to Nexcite - in an out-of-court settlement with Pfizer, which claimed Niagra infringed its trademark.

Although the drink has been on the market since 1993 the legal battle only developed after an Arkansas coffee shop owner began importing the drink.

Such is the success of the fizzy blue drink in the US that Julia Roberts has been tipped to take the lead role of the coffee shop owner in a film about Niagra.

Odonna, the Glasgow-based company of Tina Dyer, 25, and Anna Ljung, 28, has won the rights to supply the drink in Britain.

Miss Ljung, who has lived in Scotland for 18 months, said: "We believe Niagra will prove a big hit with people wanting to put a sparkle back into their relationships.

"Scots, like the people in the rest of Britain, are a bit shy about their relationships and we believe the drink will bring a touch of Scandinavia into their lives."

It is claimed that Niagra's success lies in its subtle blend of "love herbs".

Other ingredients include a South American substance called mate, ginseng and caffeine. (Ver)

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