Love Potion No. 9 is an aphrodisiac of undeniable potency, and great caution is urged in its use. It is a deep black in colour and smells not unlike turpentine.
As far as can be told, it is sold only by Madame Rue, a gypsy reader of palms and maker of potions who, as of 1959, lived at a place on the corner of Vine St and 34th St (now Jefferson Boulevard) in Los Angeles, California.
It induces feelings of extreme amorousness in those who imbibe it – so great that they may feel amorous towards inanimate objects, even – although how long these feelings last, the appropriate dosage, the best-before date, and the true identity of Madame Rue (as the name is most certainly a pseudonym) are details lost in the mists of time. Lost with them, apparently, are Love Potions Number 1 through 8, whose existence can be inferred from this Potion’s number, and possibly additional Love Potions numbered 10 or higher.
ORGASMOR is a legal drug which is applied as a lotion. It is reputed to have aphrodisiac and lubricious properties, although these statements are made nowhere in the advertising.
In fact, its chemical properties are not terribly dissimilar to those of Coca Cola, and all the reported results can safely be attributed to the placebo effect.
ORGASMOR is known to exist in most of a cluster of closely-related alternate timelines or eigenstates.
Related drugs: Ex-Tend, FEMFREE, FOREVER and NEURO.
Developed by a Dr. Duran of Hopkins University and her faithful assistant, Calvin, the Priapism Formula is a highly effective aphrodisiac – as the Dr and Calvin discovered when she accidentally inhaled the fumes from it one day.
From there, the Priapism Formula next turned up as the secret ingredient in the sauce used on burgers at Pop’s – a start-up operated, not coincidentally, by friends of Calvin’s who had stolen the formula from Duran’s lab. Somewhat more dilute in its effects when consumed with a burger, fries and a milkshake, the Priapism Formula – now called the Secret Sauce – remained a mild aphrodisiac and something of a euphoric. Unsurprisingly, this made Pop’s quite popular.
PRO-Vyril is an erectile dysfunction treatment produced by the somewhat shady pharmaceutical conglomerate Calenture-Deutz. Like Cialis or Viagra, it is produced in pill form; unlike them, it is not nearly as pronounced in its effects.
However, it turns out that the market has a niche for a kindler, gentler produced of erections in older men, and PRO-Vyril has been a solid if unspectacular earner for Calenture-Deutz.
Related Drugs: Bynogol and Zembla-4