you can buy it as a DVD-R from Something Weird Video (go to their website for that). The fact that it's only available as a DVD-R (whereas other films by Sarno such as Sin in the Suburbs, The Swap, Flesh & Lace, Passion in Hot Hollows, The Love Merchant, The Layout & Vibrations were released by Image Entertainment) might mean that the print isn't in such a great shape. Lots of other titles by Sarno (Red Roses of Passion tops my list) can only be obtained as custom-made DVD-Rs.
Oddly, they've recently removed it from their list of sarno DVDs. I wonder if that means someone somewhere bought the rights to it and intends to give it a legitimate release. I've seen it in a film festival in France a couple of years ago so I know there's a copy available for a DVD transfer.