Women and Viagra

Will you and your lover be feeling the magic on Valentines Day? If not, there are several love potions on the market that claim to help women get more in the mood for love. One of the most well known is Nexcite. It used to be called Niagra, but, was changed after a lawsuit by the makers of Viagra. The question is what exactly is in it and does it work? Front and center on the label is caffeine, 64 milligrams per bottle. Other ingredients are plants and herbs that also contain caffeine. The result, one bottle can be like drinking three to four cups of coffee. Other ingredients claim to help put you in the mood, but, the science community says that's more folklore than fact. As for whether it works , two Chicago women tried it recently to see if it can excite a woman's libido. Christy Sweet tends bar at night, has a steady boyfriend and says she doesn't have any problems in the romance department. She says it did not make her feel anymore frisky. "I was very hyper, there is no question about that, I didn't feel particularly frisky I have to be honest with you," said Sweet. Kelly Cooper is a mother who says it's sometimes hard to keep the romantic fires burning because of her busy life. "I don't know how to explain it, but, it was definitely a happy, fun, you just felt fun," said Cooper. Cooper said she did not feel any sexier either. Experts say rather than looking for romance in a bottle, people should look between their ears and come up with some surprises or sexual fantasy.

by Dee Armstrong