Spanish Fly is used to solve sexual problems for centuries. It increases sexual appeal. It acts irritating receptors of urogenital system, increases blood flow to sex organs and causes strong and prolonged erection. In women it leads to increase of sensitivity of sex organs.
Spanish Fly is used to solve sexual problems for centuries. It increases sexual appeal. It contains active substance cantaridin which should be used only in strictly recommended dosages. It acts irritating receptors of urogenital system, increases blood flow to sex organs and causes strong and prolonged erection. In women it leads to increase of sensitivity of sex organs.
Tincture doesn’t have any smell or color and can be dissolved in any liquid and drinks. It can be taken by men and women. It starts to act in five minutes. In women it causes fast heart bating and breathing, relaxation and excitement, the face blushes. In men it increase blood flow to penis, arousal and sexual desire. Abundant vaginal lubrication and muscle contraction in women occur during sexual intercourse. The medicine is take one hour before the planned sexual intercourse or five-ten minutes before sexual activity.
Never exceed the recommended dose of 5ml. Cantaridin can be mortal dangerous in excessive quantities. Taking of excessive dose can cause inflammation of urogenital system, dysfunction of kidneys. This medicine is not for everyday use, it is taken occasionally, maximally six times a month. Start to take it from small amounts and choose the dosage individually.
Hypersensitivity to the drug. Avoid taking this drug if you suffer with chronic diseases of the genitourinary system. Do not take the drug if you under 18 years of age or pregnant women.
Possible side effects
If you observe all recommendations for this drug side effects are not expected to occur.
Inform your doctor about all prescribed and over the country medications you take before to start treatment with Spanish Fly.
This medicine is not for everyday use, it is taken occasionally, maximally six times a month. Start to take it from small amounts and choose the dosage individually.
Symptoms of overdose include excessive salivation, burning, blisters and scabs in the mouth. These manifestations are signs of severe mucosal lesions. Other symptoms of overdose include: thirst, bloody vomiting, uterine bleeding, blood in urine and feces, severe pain in the kidneys or/and bladder, on urination. In men abnormal erection (priapism) occurs. If you got the slightest of these symptoms, stop taking the drug and seek medical advice, otherwise you can suffer of suspension of urination, severe kidney damage, convulsions in the bladder and kidneys, entailing the death.
Store the medicine at room temperature between 59-86 degrees F (15-30 degrees C) away from light and moisture. Store it in a tight container.
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