There is a real product called Spanish fly, but whether it works depends to what extent and how you define it working. It is NOT safe for use in humans. The active ingredient is cantharadin, an irritant/blistering agent. It causes an irritation of the urethra (the tube through which urine and semen pass) which can be mistaken for sexual stimulus. However, ask anyone who's had a urinary tract infection whether that was sexually stimulating! In larger doses it can KILL a person.
Spanish Fly is used in the mating of bulls to induce sexual excitement in the *animal*. Professional breeders might use this from time to time--however, it can seriously injure or kill a human, so it's use as an aphrodisiac in humans is mostly a myth.
To the original question -- define "work"! Does sending someone to the emergency room with kidney damage count as working? Since it is used in inducing bulls to mate, so in some sense it "works". And it has a long history of usage for the purpose -- but imagine now that the act is done -- and the irritation does not turn off! Does that count as "work"?
Since it is illegal for general sale, the odds are that anything you might buy is something less harmful (and less effective). But why take a chance?
If you are thinking of giving it to someone unawares -- that's awful. That's a serious criminal act, beyond the shear cruelty and immorality of the act. The Marquis de Sade was sentenced to death for that (overturned on appeal).
If you think you might have been dosed with it, seek immediate emergency medical treatment. As noted above, it can be lethal.
Spanish Fly may be the most well known aphrodisiacs to come down to us from history. It is an brilliantly colored emerald-green beetle.
"Fly" in Spanish is "mosca".
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I have seen it work in 15 minutes.
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increases and speeds up her pheromones thus turning her on more sexually.
(to) fly (soar) = volar fly (insect) = mozca
The various different types of spanish fly can be found at tinyurl.com/exotic-things
Fly -- I fly to work Flies -- She flies to work Flying -- We are flying to work
The insect: mosca to fly: volar
Spanish Fly - album - was created on 1987-05-19.
Yes. "Mosca" is the Spanish word for "fly". The diminutive form of this is "mosquito", or "little fly".
Spanish Fly - 2010 was released on: USA: 31 December 2010
It means to Fly in spanish
None but the Spanish fly does.
The cast of Spanish Fly - 2010 includes: Jose Wejebe as Himself - Host
You don't, numbnuts. "Spanish fly" is made from the wing sheaths of beetles, and unless blisters and vomiting is your idea of an aphrodisiac, it doesn't work. Just pay for sex like everyone else. There is also Rusty Venture's version, but it just turns femme fatale assassins into hideous fly/human hybrids.
volar = to fly (vuelo/vuelas/vuela/volamos/volais/vuelan) mosca = a fly (the insect)
Latin Americans call the mosquito a mosquito also, and its name comes from Spanish.-- It is Spanish for "little fly". Fly is mosca and uses the diminutive ito to mean small.
If you mean the verb for the act of flying, it is volar.To reference a bluebottle fly, it is mosca.
to make fly work, you have to get the thunder badge from Lt.Surge (the gym leader in vermilion city) then get fly.