Naughty G Drink

Tuesday, September 29, 2009


Myths: People said that after consuming this drink you will become horny

Don't know is it true a not so Alice and I decide to try it, we bought one can each as there is a promotion of buying two cans in a cheaper price. I did some research about it too, research has shown that children who consume two or more cans of energy drinks a day may become irritable and anxious. So what is Naughty G all about? Read on to know more.

Naughty G is the first of its kind in the world. It is produced in Austria and the drink has only premium ingredients to ensure that it is of the highest quality. It is a non-alcoholic beverage. Naughty G has a great unique taste that is smooth to drink.

There are amazingly 4 flavours for you to choose from:
  • Original
  • Sugar Free
  • Green Tea
  • Cola
Although some of Naughty G's ingredients have aphrodisiacal properties, it is an energy drink and also a supplement that claims to boost vitality and improve the body's performance.

Naughty G has 5 active ingredients:
  • Horny Goat Weed (a natural herb found in Asia and the Mediterranean region)
  • “Miracle Molecule” L-Arginine
  • Ginkgo Biloba
  • Korean Ginseng
  • Tribulus Terrestri
With a name like Naughty G and an ingredient called horny goat weed, the latest energy drink available on shelves here could easily be Austin Powers' beverage of choice. Comedian Mike Myers' libidinous secret agent from the movie trilogy will surely approve of its raunchy advertisement posters in MRT stations. One features a man about to tear off a woman's tank top and another shows a woman's hands over a man's naked torso. But the drink's local distributor, which is from Austria, and also called Naughty G, insists that it is not an aphrodisiac.

Imported here from Austria since July, the drink boasts a potent-sounding concoction made up of horny goat weed, Korean ginseng, ginkgo biloba, tribulus terrestris, and a mysterious 'miracle molecule' L-Arginine, which claims to boost energy, stamina and performance. Mr Khoo Eng Lim, director of the School of the Humanities and Alternative Medicine, dismisses the ingredients as gimmicks.

Popular energy drinks here such as Red Bull and Shark contain only caffeine, sucrose or sugar and taurine, an amino acid that supposedly helps to improve athletic performance. He said while ginseng, ginkgo and horny goat weed were generally believed to increase mental alertness and boost energy, each ingredient comprises only 0.08 per cent of the drink.

'The distributors probably decided to hype it up so that people would buy it,' he said.

He has no idea what the remaining two ingredients, tribulus terrestris and L-Arginine, are and how they boost energy. Award-winning health website Mayoclinic.com says L-Arginine is an amino acid that supplements protein in the body. It is also used to treat erectile dysfunction as well as chest pains and clogged arteries. The website also claims that horny goat weed is known to possess aphrodisiacal properties.

Like Red Bull and Shark, Naughty G comes with a caution to drink no more than two cans a day. It also advises children, pregnant or lactating women, and those who have suffered from heart problems to abstain from the drink.Mr Khoo said that energy drinks usually boost blood circulation and speed up heart rates, which is not advisable for people with heart problems. Dr Stanley Liew, an endocrinologist at Raffles Hospital, said pregnant women should stay away from energy drinks because they could result in raised blood sugar levels that might lead to problems for the mother and baby. He said the claims of energy drinks that promise performance-enhancing effects are unproven. He added that energy drinks, which are high in caffeine and sugar, can cause insomnia, heart palpitations, nervousness and an elevation in blood pressure.

As for the mix of ingredients in Naughty G, he said: 'There is no robust scientific evidence to indicate that the ingredients are effective.'

The drink, which comes in four flavours - Original, Cola, Green Tea and Sugar- free, had no discernible effect on this reporter who does not drink coffee or tea.

Its recommended retail price is $3.10 and is available at major supermarkets, convenience stores, pharmacies and various restaurants and nightclubs. Close to 50,000 cans have been sold here since its launch in July. (Singapore)

Visit their official website here: Naughtygdrink.com

I have tried the drinks already I bought the original one, It has a light Red Bull and fruit taste. Horny a not? Go to the nearest convenience stores to buy and try it Lol, I am not going to tell you. And of course you can purchase this drink even if you are under 18.

I will be graduating tomorrow, few days ago I went to an interview for a job at Far east plaza. I don't know will I be selected a not but if the boss did not call me by tomorrow I think I won't be selected already, Hope that I can get that job.
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Haw par villa

Friday, September 18, 2009
Today Bernice, Karen, Leonard, RuiMin, Marcus, Nelson and Me went to Haw par villa, Below is the explanation of what is going to happen when you go to hell if you are evil.

First court of hell - Yama: King QinGuang

In the First Court of Hell, King QinGuang conducts preliminary trials and each prisoner is judged according to his deeds in his past life. The "good" are distinguished from the "evil" and the King recommends appropriate reward or punishment. Punishment is then carried out in the various Courts.

Those with Virtuous conduct in their past life will be led over the "Golden Bridge" to reach paradise.

Those whose past good deeds outweigh crimes committed will be sent to the "Silver Bridge" to reach paradise.
Those who were evil doers in their past life will be sent to repent before the "Mirror of Retribution" and then taken to a subsequent Court of Hell to be punished.

Second court of hell - Yama: ???
Sorry, As I did not take note of it.

Third court of hell - Yama: King SongDi
Crime:
  • Ungratefulness
  • Disrespect to elders
  • Escape from prison
  • Drug addicts and traffickers
  • Tomb robbers
  • Urging people into crime and social unrest
Punishment:
  1. Heart cut out
  2. Tied to red hot copper pillar and grilled
Fifth court of hell - Yama: King YanLuo
Crime:
  • Plotted another's death for his property or money
  • Money lenders with exorbitant interest rates
Punishment:
  1. Thrown onto a hill of knives
Sixth court of hell - Yama: King PienCheng
Crime:
  • Cheating
  • Cursing
  • Abducting others
  • Misuse of books
  • Possession of pornographic material
  • Breaking written rules and regulations
  • Wasting food
Punishment:
  1. Thrown onto a tree of knives
  2. Body sawn into two
Seventh court of hell - Yama: King TaiShan
Crime:
  • Rumour mongers
  • Sowing discord among family members
  • Rapists
  • Driving someone to their death
Punishment:
  1. Tongue pulled out
  2. Thrown into wok of boiling oil
Eighth courth of hell - Yama: King Dushi
Crime:
  • Lack of filial obedience
  • Causing trouble for parents or family members
  • Cheating during examinations
  • Harming others to benefit oneself
Punishment:
  1. Intestines and organs pulled out
  2. Body dismembered
Ninth court of hell - Yama: King PingDeng
Crime:
  • Robbery
  • Murder
  • Rape
  • And other unlawful conduct
  • Neglect of the old and the young
Punishment:
  1. Head and arms chopped off
  2. Crushed under boulders
Tenth court of hell - Yama: King ZhuanLun
In the Tenth Court, there is the "Wheel of Reincarnation" and the Pavilion of Forgetfulness"("Men-Po" Pavilion).

After serving their sentences, prisoners arrive at the Tenth Court where King Zhuanglun passes final judgement. The prisoners are then brought to the "Pavilion of Forgetfulness" where an old lady "Men Po" Hands them a cup of magic tea which on drinking, makes them forget their past lives.

They will then go throught the "Wheel of Reincarnation". Depending on the prisoner's past life, he would either be reborn either as a human or an animal. Some would be reborn into a life of ease and comfort while others into sorrow and suffering.





































































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