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Interesting article...home grown viagra...

http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/he…icle2411405.ece
Perhaps this should be in another forum, so my apologies if so mods. Don’t know much about gardening…but something tells me I will in a few months…

If that link fails for any reason, look up “winter-flowing heather” + “viagra” on google.


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Interesting, but the article was published on the 1st of April.

So I’ll not ask around for this plant until you report in your findings, Kong.


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Interesting.

Riiiight…

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Grow-your-own Viagra craze hits Britain’s garden centres

Published: 01 April 2007

GM

uh huh…will await for more information on that.

Originally Posted by Highrise
Don’t forget Sea Monkeys!


Wow! I’ve been thinking of ordering some! They look so cute in the ads! I love the little guys wearing the crowns!

GM

Grow your own Viagra

Grow-your-own Viagra craze hits Britain’s garden centres
By David Randall
Published: 01 April 2007
A chance discovery by a Berkshire allotment-holder that a plant widely available in garden centres has the same effect on men as Viagra has been confirmed by experts at one of the world’s leading botanical institutions.

The plant is winter-flowering heather, and botanists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, many of them heather experts who have recognised the source of its active ingredient, now expect it to be the next must-have plant in British gardens. Demand is already high. Nurseries and garden centres in some areas are having trouble finding sufficient supplies as word spreads of the plant’s unexpected properties.

A spokesman for Wyevale Garden Centres, which has 106 UK branches, said: “At first, it was just a trickle of inquiries, but now stores are virtually being besieged each weekend. We have had men buying dozens of the plants and, at one store in Croydon, there were men old enough to know better fighting over the last remaining trays.”

The latest gardening craze was triggered by a discovery by a 55-year-old furniture restorer, Michael Ford, on his allotment. He was always experimenting with drinks made from different plants and one day he tried an infusion from his winter-flowering heather. He said: “The effect was almost immediate. I had to stay in my potting shed for an hour or so before I could decently walk down the street.”

He then contacted the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, famous for their work with the heather family, to see if they could offer an explanation. They could. Botanist Alan Bennell said: “This first surfaced when East European chemists reported finding a Viagra-type chemical in the floral tissues of winter-flowering heaths. They were able to isolate measurable amounts of material that is an analogue of the active principle in Viagra.”

Winter-flowering heather, he explained, belongs to the genus Erica, a close relative of our own native heather. He said: “As yet, the active ingredient has not been found in these British forms, but it is proving to be most concentrated in many of the widely available hybrids sold as winter-flowering heather in garden centres. Particularly potent are forms of Erica carnea, the Alpine heather, whose range extends into the Balkans.

“The work of these biochemists and physiologists - much of it disrupted and lost during the ravages of war - is now coming to light.”

From the limited amount of information available, it is suggested the Viagra-analogue is best extracted by steeping the detached small flowers in neat alcohol. An infusion of about 20g of flowers in 100ml of fluid liberates the active principle. A quality full-strength vodka (at least 40 per cent) is also effective. Mr Bennell added: “There is some confusion whether oral consumption or topical application is more effective.”

But not everyone is happy about this new discovery. One woman shopping at a Wyvales in Dorking yesterday said: “It’s amazing. My husband has never shown any interest in gardening before, but now he’s out there night and day fussing over his heathers. Frankly, I preferred it when he left the garden to me and wasn’t so frisky.”

Source: http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/he…icle2411405.ece

Whom, perhaps I should go to the nursery.


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Waste of time unless you enjoy gardening.. you can order a year’s supply of Sildenafil powder online for peanuts as it is.


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Great! I feel a trip to Scotland coming on for medicinal reasons. :)

I’ll stick to garlic pills.


Speak softly carry a big dick, I'm mean stick!

Originally Posted by Girth and Greed
Waste of time unless you enjoy gardening.. you can order a year’s supply of Sildenafil powder online for peanuts as it is.

Where would that be……:)

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