Viagra helps cut flowers stand tall for a week… so it’s not just your sex life it’ll pep up this Valentine’s Day

WE ALL love receiving flowers, and for those of us lucky enough to get some this Valentine’s Day, we have a trick to make them last a little longer.

Viagra is apparently the key to making your blooms last, with the little blue pill said to help them stay upright for up to a week longer.

And you barely need any at all so if you do have to sneak some from your bloke, he won’t miss it too much.

Viagra contains nitric oxide – this slows down the dying process in plants and is the same chemical that relaxes the muscles in a man's penis, allowing the rush of blood.

But be careful how much of the pill you use – just 1mg dissolved into water will do the trick for two vases of water (there are 50mg in a single tablet).

Experts in Australia originally discovered Viagra's plant-preserving abilities and their research was published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ).

The BMJ said at the time: "Viagra can double the shelf life of cut flowers."

TikTok user Angelika Kosh shared the same tip with her followers ahead of February 14.

She joked, “Viagra, helping flowers and men stand up straight.”

The video has since received over 10,000 likes from grateful followers, who thanked her for the tip.

In other Valentine's news, here's how the Rich Kids are celebrating Valentine's Day.

And these are the Valentine's gifts that could end your relationship.

Plus this sugar baby has revealed how she is lavished with gifts over Valentine's Day.

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