Goat weed

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Related to Goat weed: Epimedium, Ageratum conyzoides
(Bot.) a scrophulariaceous plant, of the genus Capraria (Capraria biflora).

See also: Goat

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One minute he's in just his undercrackers, dry humping a double-glazed window like Stig of the Dump on Horny Goat Weed.
Viadine also includes horny goat weed, tongkat ali, saw palmetto, orchic substance, wild yarm, sarsaparilla, nettle and boron.
Playboy Energy Drink features subtle hints of fruit and energizing ingredients such as horny goat weed, taurine, guarana extract and panax ginseng extract and recently entered the $37 billion global energy industry using the internationally-recognized Playboy brand, created by Hugh Hefner in 1953.
Next to perfume and make-up in the National Pharmacies' Mother's Day catalogue is an advertisement for a range of "g-spot massagers" and vibrators, as well as horny goat weed, a complementary medicine claimed to be an aphrodisiac.
Our Aphrodisia Chocolate has six aphrodisiac-herbs, including horny goat weed.
The British Herbal Medicine Association believes at least 50 herbs, including horny goat weed (so-called natural Viagra), hawthorn berry, which is used to treat angina pain and wild yam, will no longer be stocked in health food shops.
I have been bombarded with offers of Horny Goat Weed, "his and hers" steaks (yes, raw meat), and, worst of all, tickets for Gardeners' World Live at the NEC.
Patent and Trademark Office said one aspect of the Pfizer patent in the case covered a treatment similar to a Chinese herb known as Horny Goat Weed.
Italian investigators have created a modified form of icariin, a phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitor found in horny goat weed (E.
Erik: Our 10 packs of the pleasure pills Horny Goat Weed that we found at a gas station.
Hathor Aphrodisia Pure Lubricant contains essential oils derived from organically grown plants such as horny goat weed.
The bizarrely named pills and potions included Spanish Fly, Horny Goat Weed, Stamina RX and Top Gun.