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Jamaican Power Wine | SBPR
🇯🇲Jamaica

Power Up Your Love Life With Jamaican Power Wine

A product of Jamaica, Power Wine is infused with an assortment of herbs formally used for man-boosting medicinal purposes.
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Caribbean

Double Sexy Reasons to Love Iguana Stew

Supposedly succulent, though not for the squeamish, Iguana Stew certainly qualifies as one wildly exotic dish most non-West Indians would likely rather decline. There's a double-sexy reason why it remains popular on Caribbean menus, though...
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Natural Viagra For Women
🇫🇷Martinique

Natural Viagra For Women – Clito Turbo from Martinique

Looking for a natural Viagra for women? Just hop a flight to Martinique, head to the local market, and pick up some Clito Turbo.
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🇩🇲Dominica

Bois Bande Soap – Rise (Literally!) and Shine in The Shower

Men, if you want to get a "rise" out of your shower experience, bois bande soap from The Coal Pot in Dominica is right for you!
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Goat Water Taste of the Caribbean by Patrick Bennett
🇦🇬Antigua

Goat Water: This Mannish Water Puts The Bite in Your Bark

Learn about goat water, the traditional West Indian dish and goat water the legend for a taste of Caribbean male enhancement.
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Conch Pistol aka Bahamian Viagra
🇧🇸Bahamas

Conch Pistol aka Bahamian Viagra – My First Not-So-Sexy Taste

Conch pistol aka Bahamian Viagra is supposed to deliver natural male enhacement straight from the islands, but does eating raw conch genitalia really work?
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Romantic Nisbet Plantation, Nevis
🇰🇳Nevis

Nisbet Plantation Puts ‘Honey’ Back into Honeymoons

Revive the romance with a honeymoon at Nisbet Plantation in Nevis. Enjoy tropical sunsets, intimate dining, and luxurious accommodations.
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🇩🇴Dominican Republic

Friday Happy Hour: Mamajuana, The Taste of Advenuture

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Eating Turtle in the Cayman Islands
🇰🇾Cayman Islands

Cayman Turtle Farm – Eating Turtle is Good… For The Turtles?

Eating turtle is a regulated activity in the Cayman Islands. It's only thanks to The Turtle Farm that you can try this traditional delicacy.
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