AMI (Advanced Medical Institute) Australia treats premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and now womens libido via nasal spray technology.
AMI's nasal spray delivery has been very controversial over the years with the most notable being the false advertising with TV personality Ian Turpie. Turpie was used on a TV ad claiming that AMI nasal spray had cured his erectile dysfunction and impotence.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission took AMI to court for this misleading advertising and the federal court agreed it was so.
There is also a lot of hassle in acquiring this controversial spray as you must go for an embarrassing doctors appointment first and then you may need a second mortgage to pay for the formula.
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