Poor Man's Viagra

Having problems, guy’s? Can’t afford to go to the doctor or pay for Viagra?

Go sniff some rotten eggs.

A malodorous gas behind the smell of rotting eggs has been found to play a key role in giving men erections. Scientists believe the discovery could lead to the development of a male impotence drug to rival Viagra.

And it seems they are dead serious.

The whiff of hydrogen sulphide – a gas not traditionally associated with lovemaking – accompanies the biological degradation of sulphur-containing substances. It also belches from the exhausts of cars fitted with catalytic converters.

So if you don’t have any rotten eggs, find an exhaust pipe.

Yeah, that always get’s me in the mood.

The discovery that hydrogen sulphide gas helps penile erection mirrors the earlier discovery that another gas, nitric oxide, is involved in a similar biochemical process. That led to Viagra being used as an anti-impotence drug.

Kinda makes you wonder how scientists discover this stuff, doesn’t it?

“Hydrogen sulphide, like nitric oxide, was best known as a toxic pollutant until recent years, when it has been proposed to be a gaseous neurotransmitter,”

Toxic pollutant, gaseous neurotransmitter . . . they are all the same to me.

About one third of men with erectile dysfunction do not respond to Viagra,

Maybe they need to find some rotten eggs. Probably a lot cheaper.

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