Yocon

Yocon

(yō′kŏn)
A trademark for the drug yohimbine hydrochloride.
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They were collected by SKC SETI BioSampler (SKC, US PATENT #5,902,385)[sup][3] at 1.5 m high in 9 ml viral sampling medium (Yocon MT0301-1, China) for 1h with 12 L/min.
It is available in tablet form as the prescription drug Yocon (yohimbine hydrochloride), an [alpha].sub.2] -adrenergic blocker that increases blood flow to the penis.
If You Take: The isolated compound yohimbine is sold as a prescription drug under the brand names Yocon and Aphrodyne.
Among them: Norpramin; Norpramin with Inderal (to lower high blood pressure caused by the Norpramin); Prozac (at first to counteract the Inderal, which made me depressed); Prozac and Norpramin; Prozac, Norpramin, and Yocon (to alleviate sexual dysfunction caused by the Prozac); Wellbutrin (warning: .01 percent chance of a seizure); Tenormin; Zoloft; Zoloft with Norpramin and Tenormin; Zoloft with Desyrel (warning: possibility of priapism); Desyrel alone; Buspar; Buspar with Desyrel; Buspar with lithium; Paxil with lithium; Paxil, lithium, and acidophilus (for stomachache side effects); Paxil with Pondimin (because Paxil made me eat like a pig); Paxil alone; Paxil with Synthroid (to raise thyroid levels); Serzone; Luvox; Prozac with Synthroid.