Thursday, November 17, 2005
7 News Features: Love Potion
Between work, children, and a million errands - finding time to be romantic requires long term planning. But if you want to create a night to remember, flowers and fancy chocolate will only go so far. In tonight's Special Assignment Report, we found a new love potion that promises some very passionate results.
WSVN--It is one of life's greatest mysteries. From Kama Sutra to ancient Chinese Art - creating the right chemistry has dumbfounded men and women for generations. But what if all this time, the secret to a great sex life came in a can. The makers of a new drink called Turn On claim their love potion can turn anybody on.
Howard Hersch: "The effect that you get from all this is an increase sexual energy and desire."
The drink tastes like a cherry soda. It's made from so-called erotic herbs and aphrodisiacs from all over the world. But the trick is how the ingredients are intermixed.
Howard Hersch: "Just putting these ingredients in the product won't do it by themselves but when we combine it in such a unique way, it's a very effective and wonderful love drink."
So wonderful, we asked two couples - Saad and Vicky and Nick and Yelena - to see if this passion punch would put them in the mood for love.
Saad Mahmoud: "I'm very excited about trying this drink."
Nick Kempen: "I'm always up for new things and I know Yelena is always right there too."
We gave both couples two cans each. Our only instructions - drink as much as you want and let the night moves begin.
Saad Mahmoud: "If there's something, you know to enhance it, why not?"
Nick Kempen: "The trust that I feel that we have with one another makes me feel very comfortable."
But when you taste turn on, the way you feel can change instantly. The majority of people claim it works in mere minutes and lasts for hours. And best of all, the drink is completely safe.
Howard Hersch: "The FDA doesn't regulate or approve herbal products. However, this product... the ingredients in this product and the amounts on each ingredient meet all the guidelines of the FDA."
The only people who shouldn't use Turn-On are children, diabetics, and pregnant women. But sexologists say they don't have a problem with it.
Dr. Marilyn Volker: "Some people would respond by the fact they are allowing themselves to think they are turned on."
Dr Marilyn Volker however warns use it too often and you may get hooked.
Dr. Marilyn Volker: "The most comfortable and confident lovers know you can't add things you don't want to be dependent on."
As for our couples, the reaction was mixed.
For Saad and Vicky, love was definitely in the air.
Vicky Hurtado: "For him, it was more touching. For me, it was more happy. I just wanted to laugh and jump."
Saad Mahmoud: "Definitely, it's a thing to take on the weekend - you know, to have extra fun."
While for Nick and Yelena, the drink fell flat. After a long day of work, even Turn On couldn't help them feel frisky.
Yelena Muchnik: "I really liked the flavor, on ice its awesome. But as far as energy, I dont think anything could have kept me up last night."
Nick Kempen: "Energy wise, it kept me up longer than I was hoping. I was sitting in bed tossing and turning."
But there may be a reason for that. The makers say you have to be in the mood in order to feel the effects. They know the drink may not work for everyone, but when it does work, it can make for an unforgettable evening.
Howard Hersch: "I dont care how good a relationship is, it can always be better and we can help it be better."
Turn On is sold online for about $3.50 per can and will soon be available in stores nationwide. It should also be noted the drink has been banned in France and Denmark because some of the ingredients are illegal overseas.
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