San Antonio, For those who never try tangkur crocodile as stimulating sexual desire but not also feel the usefulness, try switching to pee monkey. Remedy this one has been proven effective to increase lust, at least among monkeys.
Use of monkey pee or urine as a stimulant or aprodisiak known since many centuries ago, for example in the tradition of Zimbabwean society. Big monkey aka Baboon Urine is usually mixed beer, then drink before having sex.
This herb is usually taken by men and is believed to increase stamina during lovemaking. For the female partner, the smell of sweat that comes after drinking this potion could make it attracted and becomes increasingly anxious to have sex.
This idea was probably inspired by Baboon behavior in the wild, which often utilize pipisnya to attract a mate. Before performing the mating ritual, Baboon females will show off (sorry) that bald ass and wet pee for the males hooked.
More extreme behavior shown by other types namely Capuchin monkey, smart monkey species that inhabit the forests of wilderness in Central America and South America. Capuchin males frequently wetting his hands with urine, then melumurkannya to the entire body before marrying females.
At first, observers thought the behavior of animals is intended to keep the Capuchin body temperature stays cool when in a warm climate. Another speculation is that ever stuck out as an identity, to differentiate from one another monkey on the basis of smell.
Recently, the speculation is refuted by studies conducted by experts from Trinidad University in San Antonio, Texas. With technology, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), researchers observed brain activity when a female Capuchin Capuchin male urine smell.
The results showed an increase in brain activity in female Capuchin pee smell every time the Capuchin male suspected to contain a lot of sex hormone testosterone. The experts said the increased activity in certain parts of the brain showed that female Capuchin’m very aroused.
“Capuchin females stimulated by male urine. Among monkeys, the use of urine as a decoy’s quite common for instance in the Baboon females as alluring stud,” said one researcher, Dr Kimberley Phillips as quoted by the Telegraph.
Although already proven its worth in the monkey, Capuchin and Baboon pee benefits had never been scientifically tested on humans. Suppose that actually work, maybe someday there will be a soft drink or a perfume-scented pee monkey.
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