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The key ingredient in Bliss Extra is the Aserone contained in its Calamus extract 99
The lysergic amides as found in our crop are tied up in the plant
material in association with acidic substances. To get the amides to
extract out in a solvent, this salt must be free-based. There are two
preferred solvent and basing agent combinations. Choice number one is
used in the USP procedure. This combination is ammonia as the
free-basing agent in a solvent of chloroform. The other preferred
combination was used extensively in Europe. This combination used
MgO (magnesia) as the basing agent with a solvent of ethyl ether or
benzene. There have been comparisons of the two methods, and the
European variation gives an extraction that is about 25% more
complete than the USP method. It is, however, not nearly as practical
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as the USP method for large-scale extractions because it would be
necessary to dump the crop out of the extraction pipes, and then grind
the solid MgO into an intimate mixture with the crop prior to
extraction with ether. The USP method allows the much simpler
procedure that follows:
The extraction solvent is made up by adding one-tenth gallon
strong ammonia (28% NH3OH; 56% NHtOH) to nine-tenths gallon
methanol. After mixing, this is added to nine gallons of chloroform to
give 10 gallons of extraction solvent. The use of methanol is
necessary because without it the ammonia does not mix into the
chloroform. Instead, it would float on top of the chloroform giving an
The extraction is done by trickling this extraction solvent into the
top of the bed of crop, allowing it to flow downward through the crop,
and collecting the extract as it flows out the bottom of the pipe. This
extract must be protected from light to prevent its destruction. The
extraction of a 200 pound crop requires about 150 gallons of solvent.
One can monitor the extraction by catching a little bit of the solvent
coming out the bottom of the pipes in a watch glass, and shining a
black light upon it in a darkened room. The lysergic amides in the
crop fluoresce a bluish color. When this color no longer appears in the
extract, the extraction is complete.
Next, the approximately 150 gallons of solvent must be
evaporated down to a more convenient amount. If one's crop was not so
bountiful as 200 pounds, this is a lot simpler, and can be done in
laboratory glassware. For a large crop, a more industrial approach
must be taken. The two main precautions to prevent damage to the
product are the same in either case. The evaporation must be done
with a vacuum, so that the product is not exposed to heating above 40° C
(105° F), and the product must not be exposed to light.
To evaporate the large industrial quantity of solvent, a 55-gallon
steel drum is filled about two-thirds full of the extraction solvent. On
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erformance as well as a need to increase fertility. Aphrodite, the love goddess had proclaimed "sparrows" sacred because of their "loving nature" and for that reason were included in many aphrodisiac concoctions.
Aniseed is a herb that has always been popular for its many culinary uses. It was used as an aphrodisiac by the Greeks and the Romans, who believed it had special powers. It was believed that by sucking on the seeds themselves, men or women could increase their sexual desire. Chocolate and oysters are other examples of some of the many foods in history that have been thought to bring about sexual desire in women.
Chinese herbal medicine has provided us with the most detailed information about aphrodisiacs. However, every culture and society has their own special recipes that are derived from the specific plants and animals that exist in their geographical regions.
Aphrodisiacs come in many forms including animals, plants, herbs, foods, and chemical substances. Ginseng, green oats (avena sativa), mauri, yohimbe, as well as other herbs have demonstrated a strong heightened sexual response in both males and females.
The human brain's ability to fantasize is one of the most powerful natural aphrodisiacs. When a woman fantasizes her brain releases chemicals, electrical responses and glandular substances that act as internal sexual stimulants. A female aphrodisiac can lend a helping hand when the hormone production is low.
Sexual Enhancing Herbs
Herbs have been used for centuries by millions of people around the world to treat various ailments. They provide a balance within our bodies that we sometimes fail to achieve naturally. There are herbal remedies available for just about any ailment including the lack of sexual drive. The right combination of herbs can create a very powerful female aphrodisiac that can bring sexual harmony to a woman's life.
How They Work
A female aphrodisiac works by stimulating the central nervous system to enhance a woman's sexual desire. The right combination of herbs can support both the hormonal and reproductive system needs of a woman.
There are factors in a woman's life that can be modified in order to help increase a woman's sexual appetite. Examples include the following factors.
Eliminate the stress in your life that is contributing to the tension in your body.
Provide yourself with nourishment emotionally, nutritionally and mentally to enable your body and mind to be in sync.
Focus on creating a relaxing and romantic environment for lovemaking that will be inviting and enjoyable.
There are many herbs that when combined can create a powerful female aphrodisiac that can enhance a woman's sexual desire. Below are a few examples of some herbs that may be helpful to those who seek to improve their libido.
Damiana (Turnera diffusa, Turnera aphrodisiaca)
This plant found in North and Central America as well as Africa contains alkalo
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