Good head oral sex mints - edible powder by Doc Johnson - review by mpfm

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Good Head Not so Good

Want to give or receive an amazing blow job? Want help getting rid of that darn gagging reflex? Yes, well don't look here. I repeat, don't look here. These oral sex mints promise to deliver, but they gave me bad breath and didn't add much to the blow job either. A little pill doesn't always solve all your problems.
Sugar free
Can use for a sore throat
Nasty aftertaste
Wasn't effective for better blow job
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The package claims Good Head Oral Sex Mints are for the ultimate blow job. They are flavored desensitizing mints to help suppress the gag reflex. They are also meant to be a breath freshner. I did not find them to be effective at either goal, but more on that later. They are sold by Doc Johnson. These are spearmint flavor, but they are also available in strawberry.

Twenty mints are included in a cute little tin. The tin calls them oral sex mints, but the directions go in another direction. The active ingredient in the mints is Benzocaine. Benzocaine is a local anasthetic commonly used as a topical pain reliever or in cough drops or throat sprays. The directions for this product say it is for temporary relief of minor throat irritaion. There are warnings about when to see a doctor about persistent sore throats. An adult should allow 2 lozenges to dissolve slowly in the mouth. It can be repeated every 4 hours as needed or as directed by a dentist or doctor.

This was obviously not the use Doc Johnson had it mind when marketing them as oral sex mints. I'm guessing they had to follow government regulations on the product information and hope the consumer would realize the off label potential with the mints. I surmised that I was to dissolve a mint or two and then be able to give an amazing blow job including deep throating without the gagging reflex.

The active ingredient is 10 mg of Benzocaine. The inactive ingredients are Calcium Stearate, Flavor (Aroma), Mentha Peperita (Peppermint Oil), Acesulfame Potassium, Silicon Dioxide, Sorbitol, Stearic Acid, and Sucralose.

People allergic to local anesthetics like procaine, butacaine, benzocaine, or any other "caine" should not use this product.

The mints are sugarfree so diabetics can use them. Sorbitol is sugar alcohol and sucralose is the sweetner commonly known as splenda.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Oral sex
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Oral

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

The mints are fat little lozenges a little more than a centimeter in diameter and a half centimeter wide. They are a little bit chalky, but not overwhelmingly so. The tin had a fine layer of chalk at the top, but the mints themselves felt fairly smooth. They dissolved easily in about 6-7 minutes without a chalky taste. They have a definite medicinal feel in my mouth, just like a throat lozenge. Makes sense because that's what they are. They did cause a bit of numbness, the type you expect with a throat lozenge or spray.

Taste / Aroma

These have a pleasant minty aroma when opening the tin. They are spearmint and I loved the smell of the mint. I was expecting to like taste, but unfortunatly I did not.

It was minty at first, but quickly became yucky. The numbness from the Benzocaine was too much like medicine and it left a bad aftertaste. I am not sure if the sugar substitutes caused the unpleasant aftertaste or something else. Splenda and sorbitol don't usually do that. It may have been the combination of the Benzocaine and the artificial sweetners. Whatever it was, the aftertaste lingered and lingered and lingered. I desperately needed to brush my teeth to get the taste out. Even then I could still taste a remnant. It was certainly not the fresh breath that the package claimed.
    • Bad taste
    • Smells good


So, they tasted bad, but would it work for an amazing blow job? If they had I might have overlooked the taste once in a while for a treat. The Benzocaine numbs the mouth. Theoretically this should suppress the gagging reflex to allow deep throating or at least the chance to take in more of the penis. To be completely honest, the mints desensitized and reduced my gagging reflex a little bit. However it wasn't enough to change my routine. I could perform just about the same as usual. If you must know, that is 3-4 deep thrusts followed by a few shallow before going deep again. Furthermore,the bad taste and numbness was a bit distracting to me. It didn't aid in my enjoyment whatsoever. My husband said it wasn't any more amazing than ususal. He did mention it felt cool (temperature wise.) That was enjoyable, but we can get that by using regular mints. If it was monumentally better for him, I may have used them for a treat. As it is, they really didn't add anything to the experience.

I had planned on using these 3 times before reviewing. I used them twice with the same result each time and decided to call it quits.


Good Head Mints arrived in a clamshell packaging with a green cardboard insert. The cardboard had the name on the front and information on the "off label" uses for the product. The directions as talked about earlier, were on the back.

The mints are in a cute little green tin. It's just big enough for the 20 mints. It is not discreet though. It is labeled Good Head Oral Sex Mints in big letters on the front. The tin is small enough to carry in a purse, but I wouldn't risk someone seeing the label. The tin is a bit hard to open. I had to put some muscle behind it. That's not entirely bad, as it does mean the tin won't open by itself if you do have them in your purse.

There is a pull out sticker on the bottom of the tin with the same directions that are on the back of the cardboard packaging.
    • Easy to use / dispense
    • Not discreet

Personal comments

I didn't like these for their intended purpose. They tasted gross and didn't help much with a blow job. I may keep them around for the next time I have a sore throat. If it's sore enough, I'll use them for relief and just ignore the taste. Other than that, these were a total bust.
Follow-up commentary
These were never great for oral. I did use them as lozenges when I had a sore throat a few weeks ago. They weren't as effective as my normal brand, but not horrible either. At least they didn't go to waste.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Princess-Kayla ?
    Thanks for the review!
  • PeaceToTheMiddleEast
    Well damn that sucks. Sorry it did not work out for you, thanks for sharing.
  • mpfm
    @ JLH it didn't help suck well enough. That was the problem. LOL
  • Passionate Pastor
    Thanks for the heads up!
  • EdenJP
    Thanks for the review!
  • mpfm
    Your welcome. Thanks for reading.
  • SiNn
    ty for the review!
  • Silverdrop
    Eww. I remember the stuff my mom sprayed in my throat when I had strep. I bet it feels like that. Yuck!

    Thanks for the review.
  • mpfm
    Yes, it did remind me of throat spray. Not really what I wanted.

    Thanks for reading.
  • unfulfilled
    Fantastic review; I'm definitely going to skip these. I hated those throat sprays.
  • Jon S
    ty for the review
  • mistressg
    Being that I have a sore throat right now, I wouldn't mind some of these! But sounds like they wouldn't make much of a difference for their intended purpose. I wonder if the strawberry tastes better?
  • sunsplash
    sweet review
  • Badass
    Great review, thank you much!
  • bayosgirl
  • Undead
    Thanks for your review.
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