Great Oxytocin and Liquid Trust Spray Experiment

Written by Paul Zannucci on 10:02 AM

(For those who have come here actually seeking help, please see this post instead:

In the best of the shock jock tradition, now moving to the shock blog, I'm going to conduct a test of Liquid Trust Spray (for what that is, see this post). I'm going to order some today. After I get it, I'll spray it on myself and watch a series of Barack Obama ads on the internet. We'll see if I become a Barack Obama fan, at least during the supposed duration of the drug. If so, then I'll spray it on myself again and go visit my father and see if I can convince him to vote for Barack Obama.

If that works, I'll let you know, but it will be my last post, as I'll be heading over to the Univeristy of Tennessee campus to become the leader of my own cult, The Nudist Coed.

(Experiment Update: I have made my purchase:

SKU: 1Item Name: Liquid Trust (2 month supply)Cost: $49.95Shipping: $6.99TOTAL: $56.94Thank you for your order from Vero Labs Llc. We hope we meet or exceed your expectations. If there are any questions or concerns you may have please email us.All the best,Vero Labs, TRUST IS POWER - Lao Tzu, 2500 BC

Please note that I optimistically went for the 2 month supply which provided excellent savings over the 2 week supply (in the sense that I'm getting more nothing for the money). This will give me the ability to test the spray in as many situations as I want and which I can then report on here. If you have any suggestions for ways of testing Liquid Trust, please let me know.)

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  1. 4 comments: Responses to “ Great Oxytocin and Liquid Trust Spray Experiment ”

  2. By Jeremy Sarber on June 24, 2008 at 12:09 PM


  3. By Anonymous on September 18, 2008 at 4:29 PM

    I've just researched this product including some reviews on Amazon. I now know, you are wasting your time and money.

    Oxytocin is a hormone and needs to be in contact with the body (i.e. nasal spray or injection).

    It's not going to work as a spay on your clothes.

  4. By Anonymous on February 19, 2009 at 3:41 PM

    Its amazing that people see the human body as a bucket filled with chemicals.
    Tossing in hormones anywhere doesn't always get your desired affect, it just exposes parts of you.

    Oxytocin is increased in the bloodstream - the user of a topical/external product is more likely to be the one getting off than the people they come in contact with.
    Addictive to some, it'd make a great repeat purchase product.

    Boosted with male hormones (Androgen, etc.), you're also likely to grow hair, cause havoc in tiny kids who can't handle the hormone boost, and other rather pleasant side-effects.

    That said, it's theoretically possible.
    Nasal passages have direct access to the bloodstream in sections.
    You'd have to have one heck of a concentrated spray into their nose, not a waft, or something awfully strong, to increase the bloodstream concentration of a room of people, or even just one.

    Theoretically, spiking an intended's perfume (and increase their hair growth <<), or using it on yourself to boost your own relaxed, confidant and trustful state, is a much more likely scenario.

    You would have to give this to a person through a needle, topical patch or inhaler to be on the level with the advertisement.

  5. By Tommy Burns on February 19, 2009 at 8:48 PM

    Ok I was just thinking of buying some of this oxytocin stuff from here but after reading your comments I think I am going to change my mind.

    LOL How I ever fell prey to stupid mind control advertising again I'll never know