Acclaimed Japanese Inventor Creates a Sex Potion to Help People Get Laid

Acclaimed Japanese Inventor Creates a Sex Potion to Help People Get Laid
Carl Samson
By Carl Samson
October 25, 2016
A Japanese doctor has claimed more patents than anyone else in history, including a seemingly magical elixir.
Dr. Yoshiro Nakamatsu, also known as Dr. Nakamats, is an 88-year-old inventor. Creations under his belt include the floppy disk, a self-defensive wig and a potion that promises orgasmic pleasures and longer life, Bloomberg said.
This potion is called LoveJet 69, developed in response to Japan’s decreasing birthrate and the subjective assumption that “man is not good enough to satisfy woman.”
LoveJet 69 is a non-oral liquid gel applied to both male and female genitalia. The standard container has 69 pumps.
The product works by increasing the secretion of a hormone called dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), responsible for better memory, learning ability, improved skin and muscles, and the prevention of cancer, osteoporosis and rheumatism.
Another notable effect of DHEA is its anti-aging properties, which is why it’s also called the “youth hormone.”
A larger version called LoveJet 200 has, you guessed it, 200 pumps. Dr. Nakamatsu said this variant is more economical.
The inventor claimed that the product has “no chemical effect” to the human body and “no side effect like Viagra.”
He also said couples no longer need to engage in foreplay to get in the mood.
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