And who is the last product aimed at? According to its website, at
Orthodox Jewish Males at one time or another.In addition to noni, this herbal product also contains cinnamon and basil, herbs with well-known health benefits (especially if you throw them into a cake or soup).... Somewhat suspiciously, the main herb, noni, is also touted elsewhere on the website as an aphrodisiac -- can something be both an aphrodisiac and suppress desire?
1 By Jewish law the husband is not allowed to have marital relations with his wife when she is nida (having her period). This may take as long as 12 to 15 days
2 After giving birth the wife can be nida for many weeks.
3 Often men have to travel without their wives for extended periods of time.
4 Boys who are either students or not yet married are constantly bothered and their thoughts are distracted. They would definitely benefit and find their ability to study would be improved if they could temporarily reduce their desires and put their energies totally into learning Torah. Needless to say they could also concentrate better on their davening.
5 it is well understood that bachelors and divorced men would also greatly benefit by temporarily reducing their desires.
MEN WOULD HAVE AN EASIER TIME TO COPE DURING THESE TIMES IF THEY COULD TAKE NONICHAI HERBAL REMEDY WHICH WOULD TEMPORARILY REDUCE THEIR DESIRES FOR MARITAL RELATIONS.
It reduces the excitement, physical pain and physical lust associated with a person
not having marital relations.
It is impossible to get rid of the yetzer hara completely. This is a task for Moshiach, may we merit his immediate arrival. But at least with Reduce Desire formula one can weaken the Yetzer hara so one is able to survive this golus and it’s turbulence.
Although in situations like those mentioned above, by nature it is almost impossible to get rid of unwanted thoughts completely, one will find that it is easier to control his mind and focus on the right thoughts. It is good to know that you can reverse the situation of reducing desire within 24 hours just by stopping to take the Herbal capsule.
Note: recommended age for this formula is boys and men 13 years and older.
The products -- which includes one aimed at orthodox women -- are certified by the Vaad Harabonim of Flatbush. So is this a joke (looking at the website overall, I actually don't think so)? Someone help me out here.....