Imagine getting it as a deodorant or perfume for men, irresistible indeed.
"There are significant sexual arousals characteristics present in the foetid odour of this unique mushroom," academics wrote.
According to research, published through the International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, half the women who took a whiff on the mushroom experienced an instant orgasm. Discovered in 2001, John Halliday and Noah Soule intrigued by the concept, decided to head to the island to see this beyod imagination claims.
They after described the morphology and chemistry of the fungus, and concluded that the "hormone-like compounds present, may have some similarity to human neurotransmitters released during sexual encounters."
In case you wanted to go and hunt the world’s naughtiest fungus pleasure-giving mushroom down, it grows on dried lava flows in Hawaii and comes from the species of Phallus indusiatus which is more commonly known as stinkhorn.
[References: Mirror | IFL]