Alternatives to Jamaican Stone

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Alternatives to Jamaican Stone

We get so many requests for Jamaican stone, I would say more than any other product. However we are not selling the Jamaican stone because of restrictions when shipping to certain states, which brought our attention to the negative effects one can have when using the stone. Because not enough information is known on where this product comes from or what ingredients are in it we have discontinued selling it. The most alarming stories come out of New York.

It was banned by the United States Food and Drug Administration after someone died from eating it. And the ingredients have been found by researchers to be potentially dangerous.

Possible issues and side effects

  • The main side effect is the burning sensation if you put too much on.
  • Even when you get the amount right, you still have to put up with a hot tingling sensation.
  • It’s not a good idea to use Jamaican Stone during oral sex because of the dangers of eating it. It also has an unpleasant taste.
  • The numbing sensation is strong, so could reduce the pleasure of sex.
  • The risk of serious harm – see the following section.

Death reported in the News

In 2008, many U.S. news outlets (such as ABC), reported that the New York health department was warning people not to use Jamaican Stone. This was apparently because a man died after eating it.

The warning also reported that similar versions were behind poisonings and deaths in the 1990s. Obviously, it’s not meant to be eaten, but they do further warn that even applying it to the skin can be harmful.

In 2017, researchers published a report of a case of a man who died of heart complications after ingesting the stone.


Update – some clarity regarding the ingredients

In 2017, Spanish researchers undertook a rigorous scientific analysis of Jamaican Stone to identify the exact ingredients.

They concluded that it has toxic ingredients and described it as a ‘dangerous aphrodisiac’. You can read their full research article here.

Apparently, both the toad venom and the tree sap contain chemicals known as bufadienolides, which can disrupt the normal rhythm of the heart. So, no matter where it comes from, it doesn’t exactly seem the safest option.


There are alternatives that don’t present the same problems as Jamaican Stone, and they work pretty well. We have been selling most for the last 28 years and we have many customers who like it and swear by them. We only recommend products that our customers recommend, so here are our top 3 favorites...

1. Stud 100

2. China Brush

3. Dynamo

And now there are condoms that can be used as well to help keep an erection longer. These are customer favorites...

1. Trojan Pleasures Extended

2. Durex Performax Intense

3. Lifestyle Snugger Fit (this option has no chemicals added, just a tighter fit to help last longer)


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