There are two mixtures of slave wine, both are a blend
of watered down Ka-la-na and bitter herbs given to the
slave by her Master. The first type, is meant to
prevent pregnancy whereas the second type is called "breeding
wine" and is given to a girl to counteract the effect
the slavewine, when her Master wishes to breed her.
wine is bitter, intentionally so. Its effects lasts
for more than a Gorean month. I did not wish the
females to conceive. A female slave is taken
off slave wine only when it is her master's intention
to breed her."
---Marauders of Gor, p 23
I drink that? I asked, apprehensively.
you have had slave wine," he said, "I have no intention
of taking you through the streets clad as you are. Suppose
you are raped." I put the flask, which he had opened,
to my lips. Its opening was large enough to drink freely
from. "It is bitter!" I said, touching my lips to it.
"It is the standard concentration, and dosage," he said,
"plus a little more, for assurance.
effect is indefinite, but it is normally renewed annually,
primarily for symbolic purposes. I could not believe how
bitter it was. I had learned from Susan, whom I had once
questioned on the matter, the object.
is prepared from a derivative of sip root. The formula,
too, I had learned, at the insistence of masters and slavers,
had been improved by the caste of physicians within the
last few years. It was now, for most practical purposes,
universally effective. Too, as Drusus Rencius bad mentioned,
its effects, at least for most practical purposes, lasted
---Kajira of Gor, p 130
you had your slave wine?" asked Ina. "Yes," I said. This
is not really wine, or an alcoholic beverage. It is called
slave wine I think for the amusement of the Masters. It
is extremely bitter. One draught of the substance is reputed
to last until the administration of an appropriate releaser.
In spite of this belief however or perhaps in deference
to tradition, lingering from earlier times, in which,
it seems less reliable slave wines were available, doses
of this foul stuff are usually administered to female
slaves at regular intervals usually once or twice a year.
Some girls rather cynical ones, I suspect speculate that
the Masters give it to them more often than necessary
just because they enjoy watching them down the terrible
---Dancer of Gor pg 174
wine makes sense in a slave-holding culture such as Gor.
The breeding of slaves, like any sort of domestic animals,
and particularly valuable ones, is carefully controlled.
As a slave, of course, I could be bred, or crossed, when,
and however, my master might see fit. It is the same as
with other animals.
of Gor, pp 175