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Icelandic Viagra in the West Fjords

Merchant Sigurdur Sigurdsson, a.k.a. Siggi blóma, will take over the operations of remote tourist center Dalbaer on Snaefjallaströnd beach in Ísafjardardjúp fjord in the West Fjords next summer and plans to sell Viagra, made from Icelandic herbs.

“It is an absolute secret what goes into these herb mixtures but those who visit Dalbaer and have a taste will not be disappointed,” Sigurdsson told DV.

“We have one Icelandic herb which has the characteristic of Viagra,” Sigurdsson states without revealing the name of the herb. “It took some time to find it, but it grows in a few places in the West Fjords. It is well preserved where there is heavy snowfall in winter and it grows in an altitude of about 300 meters.”

Sigurdsson is called Siggi blóma (“Siggi flower”) because he is the divisional manager of the Blómaval chain florists in the Smáralind and Kringlan shopping malls in the capital region.

Between June 12 and August 24 Sigurdsson will take a break from his regular duties and move with his wife to “where the road ends,” as he says, and welcomes visitors who are eager to pick their own herbs and try his remedies.

Apart from the Viagra herb mixture, Sigurdsson has also created a remedy which he calls Ellistopparinn and supposedly works like a fountain of youth. The florist said he has tested it on his friends and demand is high.

Tourists visiting Dalbaer can either stay inside in sleeping bags or camp outside.

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