Men who want a little extra pep in bed have, for years, relied on one of those little blue pills to help get things steamy. Either that or massive alcohol consumption that does little to change anything physically but probably stops the voices.
But now, all of their troubles may be over. That's if you believe these Siberian explorers (and for "explorers" read "businessmen"). They claim that they've managed to can air directly from a genuine Yeti cave.
The guys visited the Azasskaya Cave in the Sheregesh ski resort, Siberia, supposedly where a mythical Yeti has been sighted on numerous occasions. While there the would-be-tycoons captured some of the fresh, unpolluted mountain air and put it into cans.
The air, that would be littered with Yeti breath, supposedly has healing properties, can improve a body's immunity to virus and, most importantly, helps those who use it perform better in bed.
So, in short, it's a can full of fresh air and, well, nothing else really.
Each can, about the same size as your average tin of tuna, costs 200 Russian Rubles (about £2.30) before shipping.
So, if you had the need, would you cough up the cash for a tin of air? Of course, it's entirely up to you how you spend your money.
However, an alternative to Yeti breath might be going out and exploring the outside world where you live. Get a few miles under your belt, and some air in your lungs, and see what a difference it makes. We'll send you the £2.30 bill for that advice in the post.