The History of Spanish Fly
Spanish fly is a long used aphrodisiac; it has history dated back centuries. Spanish fly is a potent sexual enhancement product made out of a powdered beetle found in southern Europe. It is usually used in animal husbandry, but has also enjoyed a long history of use in human sexuality as well. In fact, it has been use for over two thousand years; dating back to when people thought that bleeding each other was the best way to heal sickness; thus the use of blister beetles to heal others.
Spanish fly has been used since Hippocrates; the famous doctor from Greece who formed the foundation of much of our medical science. It was also used in ancient China to form the foundations of stink bombs and as an aphrodisiac. Spanish fly was used by the Romans, most notably by Augustus Caesar’s wife who used it to encourage sexual indiscretions which would then be used to blackmail her guests. King Henry IV used it as did the Maquis de Sade to seduce women and induce orgies. It quickly got a strong history backing it for sexual conquest. All throughout history in fact, Spanish fly has been widely used to seduce women and induce longer, harder erections in men. It has also been used to induce animals to mate and indeed still is.
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