By Serge Kreutz

Last edited: 2016-07-14

I decided to try lisuride after a reader reported a positive experience with lisuride. The reader described his experience as follows:

“Lisuride: I tried this after reading about it in the book Sexual Pharmacology.

It is available in Europe. A friend got some from France. It is an ergotic dopaminergic drug, mainly used for Parkinson’s disease. The packet insert lists impuissance (impotence) as another indication. It has a real effect. It increases desire and sensitivity. It also causes nausea.”

So far the reader’s experience.

I tried half a tablet of lisuride, combined with nothing else, and I felt absolutely lousy. I had to lie down right from the moment I felt the lisuride kicking in, and I had to stay in bed for the whole day.

I didn’t develop any fever, or other measurable symptoms such as increased heart rate. I just felt lousy, as if I wanted to vomit, tough I didn’t reach that point.

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