The problem that Sex Dust faces -- along with myriad other holistic cures -- is that it's uncontrolled, unregulated, and cannot guarantee what it promises on the label. So, why do people keep buying this stuff? I tried some for myself and got to the bottom of this dusty mystery.
What's in this stuff?
Raise your hand if you've ever heard of the following ingredients: ho shou wu, cistanche, cacao, shilajit, maca, epimedium, schisandra, organic stevia. Yeah, didn't think so.
Most of these are traditional Chinese herbs that -- in some cases -- have been used for centuries to cure any variety of ailments. Schisandra comes from the berry of a climbing vine, native to Northeast China and parts of Russia, and is traditionally used as a sexual tonic.
Epimedium is a pungent ornamental herb found in Asia and the Mediterranean that got its nickname, "horny goat weed," after a herder noticed his goats becoming more sexually active after eating the plant. Cistanche supposedly strengthens male erections and can intensify the orgasms in both men and women.