Kamagra oral jelly is a generic form of Viagra that was created by an Indian pharmaceutical company a few years ago. It’s the first form of Viagra to be sold in the form of a jelly, rather than a pill, and it’s wildly popular in Asia. All across the Indian subcontinent, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and parts of Indonesia, you can buy Kamagra oral jelly by the fistful for just a few dollars.
However, in Australia, it has yet to take off outside of the Asian migrant community.
Why is that? Well, first, it hasn’t yet been scheduled by the Australian pharmaceutical testing agencies. So the only ways you can get it are via online pharmacies, or when you’re on holiday in Asia.
Secondly, Viagra is a case study in marketing, and how to do it right. Kamagra hasn’t been marketed at all, so nobody really knows what it is. So here’s the rundown:
Kamagra oral jelly is exactly the same as Viagra: sildenafil citrate. It has the same effects, the same side-effects, the same shelf-life. The only difference is that it’s suspended in jelly, making it easier to travel with, less embarrassing to display, and tastier to eat. The jelly comes in seven different flavors, in sachets that don’t really tell you what it is. It’s under-the-radar Viagra.
Viagra and Kamagra oral jelly work by relaxing the thousands of blood vessels running through the tissue of your penis, they open them up, make them cavernous, so that blood may flow in without resistance. This doesn’t necessarily give you an erection, but it sets the groundwork. From then until the effects wear off if you’re stimulated sexually your penis will react as it should, by engorging itself with blood and becoming hard.
What are the effects?
- relaxing of the blood vessels in the penis
- increased blood flow to the penis
- erections caused by normal levels of outside stimuli
What are the common side-effects?
- flushing/blushing of the face
- red rash on the body
- muscle pain
- stomach pain
What are the rare side-effects?
- erections that last longer than four hours
- heart palpitations
How do I get some? How much does it cost?
Well, since you can’t get it on a prescription in Australia, you can’t get it from the pharmacy and you can’t get a discount through the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. You have to buy it in-person in Asia (price varies, but cheap), or online through an online pharmacy. Online pharmacies range in legitimacy; some are terrible, some are fantastic, a lot are average. The bad ones charge far too little, and they send you pills and jellies that don’t work. Find a good one, a reputable reviewed online pharmacy. There you might have to pay up to per dose, but it’s worth it. You don’t take it every day, just when you need it – and if you need it, you know that is a small price to pay.
Is it safe?
All pharmaceuticals carry a risk, but we take them to solve medical problems. We take painkillers, we take blood thinners, we take antibiotics and anti-depressants. They all have risks, as does Kamagra oral jelly. The question is; do the risks outweigh the rewards? I don’t think so. Take it correctly, take it safely, and be informed of the possible side-effects. Immediately seek medical help if you experience any serious side-effects, and of course, it’ll be safe.
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