I don't know what is in American Viagra, but I am fairly certain it isn’t kangaroo testicles:

Chinese enthusiasm for kangaroo testicles is rooted in traditional medicine theories about boosting libido, which similarly drive sales of tiger penis potions and rhino horn powder. One seemingly popular “kangaroo essence” virility product explains that male kangaroos typically have 40 female kangaroo sexual partners. “According to the analysis,” reads the product description, “the capability to produce the spermatic fluid of the male kangaroo is twice that of the adult bull.”

And in the most delightful aspect of this story, kangaroo processing factories have what is known as a “de-nutting machine” that pulls the balls out of the sac. 

“We buy a ton of testicles every month from kangaroo meat processors and put them through my custom-made ‘de-nutting’ machine,” John Kreuger told the Sunday Mail. “It squeezes out the balls and leaves behind the empty pouch.” 

Oh, that sounds delightful. By the way, kangaroo nuts are not cheap. A bottle of 165 pills costs you $300. That seems like a worthwhile investment.
 



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