[Trending Now] Fungus Found In Hawaii Believed To Give Women Earthshattering Org*sms
For years, women have searched long and hard for that big satisfying " O ". A whole book on the topic had already been written ...
For years, women have searched long and hard for that big satisfying "O". A whole book on the topic had already been written by Master and Johnson and women's magazines have provided volumes of advice on how to reach the ultimate climax.
If you are a woman with a partner that cannot give you an orgasm and all the literature and videos you have bought, stolen, or borrowed has proved ineffective, then here is the solution you've been waiting for!
Scientists John Holliday and Noah Soule heard a rumor about a fungus that grows on the islands of Hawaii believed to have the ability to give women instant orgasms the moment they smell it. While at first they did not believe the rumor, they were, nevertheless, intrigued and they traveled to Hawaii to conduct an investigation. The two scientists discovered a species of mushroom that only grows on lava flows which dates back to between 600 to 1,000 years ago.
The mushroom is part of the Dictyophora species and is considered as an extremely strong aphrodisiac for women. Once they sniff the fetid scent of the fungus, it would give them ultimate sensation of arousal and orgasm violently. The two scientists decided to test the effects of the fungi on several subjects. The subjects claimed that they experienced high sexual arousal. with about half of them instantlaneously reaching orgasm.
However, the fungi only affects women with males in the test group reporting only a unbelievably foul stench. Holliday and Soule studied the morphology and chemistry of the still to be named fungus. They found hormone-like compounds in the volatile portions of the spore mass which resembles the neurotransmitters released in women's brains during sexual intercourse.
The findings of the scientists were published in page 162 of the International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, Volume 3. The two scientists, however, refused to name the mushroom or describe it for fear that it would immediately become extinct from eager women who would hunt it down while searching for the big “O”.