‘Female Viagra’ hits stores: £60 serum promises women easier, more intense orgasms

A serum touted as the female equivalent of Viagra promises women “more frequent, intense and satisfying orgasms.”

Vella Women’s Pleasure Serum, rubbed on before sex, relaxes the smooth muscle tissue of the vagina and clitoris to increase sexual pleasure.

Relaxing the muscles allows more blood to flow to them and contributes to feelings of arousal, says the firm behind the therapy.

The £59 tub contains enough product for 16 uses and is said to work for up to two hours.

Vella Women's Pleasure Serum, which costs £59, works by relaxing the smooth muscle tissue of the vagina and clitoris to increase sexual pleasure.

Vella Women’s Pleasure Serum, which costs £59, works by relaxing the smooth muscle tissue of the vagina and clitoris to increase sexual pleasure.

Vella Women's Pleasure Serum has been developed by Dr. Harin Padma-Nathan, whose research on smooth muscle in men was instrumental in the development of Viagra (pictured)

Vella Women's Pleasure Serum has been developed by Dr. Harin Padma-Nathan, whose research on smooth muscle in men was instrumental in the development of Viagra (pictured)

Vella Women’s Pleasure Serum has been developed by Dr. Harin Padma-Nathan, whose research on smooth muscle in men was instrumental in the development of Viagra (pictured)

How does the Vella Female Pleasure Serum work?

Vella Women’s Pleasure Serum, which costs £59, works by relaxing the smooth muscle tissue of the vagina and clitoris to increase sexual pleasure.

The tub, which contains enough product for 16 uses, is applied 15 to 25 minutes before sex or masturbation and lasts for two hours.

The serum is made from cannabidiol (CBD), a chemical found in cannabis that cannot get you high. It acts as a natural muscle relaxant.

It has a proprietary liposomal formulation, which means that the CBD is contained in tiny fat-like particles that facilitate penetration into the skin and relax vaginal and clitoral muscle tissue.

Three pumps of the product are applied to the inner labia, clitoris, and external area outside the vagina.

Vella’s product range has been sold in the UK and the US over the past year.

But now Escentual, an online retailer, promises women their money back if it doesn’t give them a sex life.

The serum itself was created by Dr. Harin Padma-Nathan, a sex researcher who was involved in the development of Viagra for men in the 1990s.

He was the lead principal investigator for clinical trials of Viagra, which also works by increasing blood flow to the penis.

Dr. Padma-Nathan, the Oklahoma-based co-founder and chief scientific officer of Vella, used the same experience to create an arousal therapy for women.

How it works is slightly different for women. While Viagra works by increasing blood flow to the penis, Vella relaxes the muscles of the clitoris and vagina.

A study of the product found that 18 out of 20 women ages 23 to 75 who applied the serum before sexual activity reported greater ease, intensity, and frequency of orgasm.

Another 60 percent of the participants reported increased arousal.

His serum is made from cannabidiol (CBD), a chemical found in cannabis that can’t get you high.

CBD, a natural muscle relaxant, is contained in tiny fat-like particles that facilitate penetration into the skin and target vaginal and clitoral muscle tissue, according to Vella.

It’s safe to taste, is used with condoms and lubricants, and doesn’t interfere with any medications, Vella says.

However, pregnant and lactating women are advised to speak to their doctor before using the serum.

One married user recounted how the serum allowed her to orgasm with her husband for the first time in years.

In a review on Vella’s website, he wrote: ‘Hello, I’m Morgan. I have not had an orgasm during sex in 2.5 years due to taking antidepressants.

‘After ordering a single use serum (Vella) to try, I was finally able to orgasm with my husband.

Although it was more than that. It was a huge breakthrough for me because I realized that I need to prioritize my pleasure and not just his. I couldn’t be more grateful to the scientists involved in creating this product.

The serum is made from cannabidiol (CBD), a chemical found in cannabis that cannot get you high.  It has a proprietary liposomal formulation, which means that the CBD is contained in tiny fat-like particles that facilitate penetration into the skin and target the vaginal and clitoral muscle tissue, which it relaxes.

The serum is made from cannabidiol (CBD), a chemical found in cannabis that cannot get you high.  It has a proprietary liposomal formulation, which means that the CBD is contained in tiny fat-like particles that facilitate penetration into the skin and target the vaginal and clitoral muscle tissue, which it relaxes.

The serum is made from cannabidiol (CBD), a chemical found in cannabis that cannot get you high. It has a proprietary liposomal formulation, which means that the CBD is contained in tiny fat-like particles that facilitate penetration into the skin and target the vaginal and clitoral muscle tissue, which it relaxes.

“It has helped me individually and in my marriage because now I feel more comfortable expressing what I want sexually. Thank you thank you thank you.’

Dr. Padma-Nathan, who is also a urologist and specialist in sexual disorders, said he wanted to develop a product for women that would increase female arousal and provide better orgasms.

He said: ‘Viagra is a prescription drug that works systemically to treat erectile dysfunction.

‘Vella is applied locally and does not treat sexual dysfunction.

Rather it works to increase sexual pleasure from the potential that already exists.

‘We want to give half of the world’s population, women, equality in sexual performance in a way that is safe and effective.

“We focus on increasing a woman’s normal function or restoring much of that function if it is lost, such as in postmenopausal women. And in our studies we found that two out of three women overall will respond.’

Vella says a second ‘women’s sexual revolution’ is now taking place.

The first was the introduction of birth control pills in the 1960s and the second is the development of scientifically proven female arousal products such as the Vella Serum.

“We look forward to seeing Vella fuel a new sexual revolution, one of sexual orgasms, equality and liberation,” added Dr. Padma-Nathan.

Other arousal-enhancing therapies dubbed ‘Female Viagra’ are already on the market in the US, including Addyi and Vylessi, which work by targeting receptors in the brain.

But Addyi has to be taken daily, while Vylessi is given through an epipen. And both are for women with a sexual dysfunction, such as hypoactive sexual desire disorder.

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