Science is often a messy, complicated subject that isn't really as cut and dry as people believe it to be. Just look at the story of these mushrooms that cause women to have orgasms, a claim so bizarre that most people are tempted to laugh it off. But the idea is an interesting one - and could it even be true? Is there a mushroom that can really throw women into a fit of sexual ecstasy? It's one of those things that seems plausible enough, and one that people desperately want to believe.
An orgasm-inducing mushroom isn't usually the sort of thing that draws any serious scientific attention, and so far no one has been able to scientifically debunked the fantasy-ridden claim. Despite the fact that the research conducted on this fungus' sexual properties is shoddy at best, this could still turn out to be the discovery of the century. This is the story of Dictyophora cinnabarina and the scientists who believe that these mushrooms give women spontaneous orgasms.
The Orgasm-Causing Mushroom Is A Type Of Stinkhorn, A Fungus With A Phallic Facade
The Claim Is Based On An Experiment Conducted In 2001
Researchers Theorize That The Orgasm Is Smell Induced
No Other Scientists Have Tried To Repeat The Experiment
Researchers Claim That The Mushroom Can Only Be Found In Hawaii
A Journalist Went To Hawaii To Debunk The Study