Patrick's role as spokesperson will include appearances in TV and print advertisements, as well as appearing on product packaging and on video. She will also fulfill other duties, including personal appearances and others yet to be named.
With the announcement, Clavine offered a 90-day guarantee to all of its North American customers.
"We guarantee that Clavine will result in a more pleasurable experience than prescription Viagra or your money back," a company representative said.
Clavine had established its brand in Europe before venturing across the ocean to the U.S., which brought about the Patrick deal.
Clavine uses natural ingredients and promises to deliver prescription-strength sexual enhancement over the counter.
Patrick’s name has been turning up in the mainstream press lately, too, having been named as a possible leading lady for Quentin Tarantino’s purported remake of Russ Meyer’s “Faster, Pussycat, Kill! Kill!”
Although Tarantino’s camp declined to comment to XBIZ about the rumor, Patrick praised Tarantino and his work.
"It would be the hottest remake ever, and I'm honored to be considered," she said. "I was built for this part."
The New York Post's Page Six gossip column originally reported the story. The bosomy Tura Santana originated the role in Russ Meyer's 1966 cult classic.
Rumors about a Tarantino-helmed "Faster, Pussycat" first popped up online near the beginning of this year, with gossip columnist Liz Smith reporting in "Variety" that Tarantino had cast Kim Kardashian, Eva Mendes and Britney Spears in the three female leads.
Since then, though, talk about a "Faster, Pussycat" remake has been replaced with quiet rustlings about Tarantino's current project, "Inglorious Bastards."