An anaphrodisiac (also antaphrodisiac or antiaphrodisiac) is something that
quells or blunts the ... A similar belief appears to exist in the United States about
saltpeter in army coffee or in Russi...
Does the U.S. Army secretly feed new recruits saltpeter in order to suppress their
Jan 4, 2014 ... Examining the long-held belief that the military laces food and water with
saltpeter to decrease sex drive in men. Scientific underpinning are ...
Saltpeter (potassium nitrate) has long been rumored to be added to men's food ...
A: U.S. Army military bases located in the United States include Fort Benning, ...
Contrary to popular urban legend, saltpeter has no effect on libido, and too many
side effects (high fever, etc.) to be used even if it did. The army doesn't want to ...
Jun 10, 2015 ... The rumor mill is one of the most amazing things about Army service. ... Army
soldier low crawls through barbed wire drugged food saltpeter ...
Oct 13, 2009 ... Saltpeter is the colloquial name for potassium nitrate -- and it's most ... There has
been a decades-long rumor that the Army slips saltpeter into ...
Jun 16, 1989 ... Saltpeter can cause relaxation of involuntary muscle fiber (for which ... any large
all-male institution, ranging from boarding schools to the army, ...
I was reading a post about the myth of the use of saltpeter for ... (a 70 year old
retired regular Army guy): "Did that saltpeter they put in you guys' ...
Aug 20, 2013 ... Saltpeter, or potassium nitrate, was mined from caves during the ... material
processed from the cave before its destruction by the Union army.