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On our English pages, you often see the word "relationships". This is just sanitized language. On our English pages, "relationships" refers to what couples, when not sleeping, do in bed. Or, if so inclined, on the kitchen table.

English is a rather hypocritical language. Many words for natural bodily functions and processes have dirty connotations, and polite speakers like us have to go to considerable length to communicate meanings without naming them. But we nevertheless hope you get the point.


Tongkat ali, not just a herbal but a lifestyle philosophy


By Serge Kreutz

Tongkat ali is probably the world's only herbal with its own lifestyle philosophy.

The bottomline of this lifestyle philosophy is better relationships, outrageously good relationships, whatever our age.

Good relationships is mostly brain chemistry, and a little bit of vascular chemistry.

Good relationships has to do with your exterior world. But only so much.

More than on the exterior world, outrageously good relationships depends on the condition of your brain. The person you are with doesn't have to be exceptionally beautiful or young.

So, how to condition your brain? First of all, you need high testosterone.

That is why you need tongkat ali.

And then you need sufficient dopamine. That is why you add butea superba and mucuna pruriens.



And to improve vascular health, you may add some krachai dam.

But testosterone and dopamine are the key factors. And they do not only shape your relationships health, they also shape your perspective of life.


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References:


Aleksidze, N.G. (2019) The Quantitative Distribution of the Hormones of Love and Neurotransmitters at Psycho Emotional Stresses. Kosmos Publishers Retrieved from: kosmospublishers' The Quantitative Distribution of the Hormones of Love and Neurotransmitters at Psycho Emotional Stresses

Enema, O.J., Umoh, U.F., Umoh, R.A., Ekpo, E.G., Adesina, S.K., Eseyin, O.A. Chemistry and Pharmacology of Aphrodisiac Plants: A Review. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research (ISSN : 0975-7384) Retrieved from: Chemistry and Pharmacology of Aphrodisiac Plants: A Review

Freeman, S. (2014) Libido-enhancing therapeutic and use. European Patent Office Retrieved from: Google Patents

Geniole SN, Carré JM. (2018) Human social neuroendocrinology: Review of the rapid effects of testosterone. Hormones and Behavior Volume 104, Pages:192-205 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Manley, K., Han, W., Zelin, G., Lawrence, D.A. (2018) Crosstalk between the immune, endocrine, and nervous systems in immunotoxicology Current Opinion in Toxicology Volume 10, Pages: 37-45 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

McKenzie, N. (2018) Female Relationships Interest and Arousal Disorder. Physician Assistant Clinics Volume 3, Issue 3, Pages: 385–397 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Rastrelli, G., Guaraldi, F.,, Reismann, Y., Sforza, A., Isidori, A.M., Maggi, M., Corona, G. (2018) Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Relationships Symptoms. Relationships Medicine Reviews Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Retzler, K., (2019) Erectile dysfunction A review of comprehensive treatment options for optimal outcome. Journal Restorative Medicine Vol 8 No 1 Tongkatali.org Bibliography




Tongkat ali, dopamine, and eternal sexual desire, part 1


By Serge Kreutz


Natural Dopaminergic Research, 2019


L-dopa, mucuna pruriens, and dopamine agonists

Dopamine agonists have been around for many decades, and their pro-libido effect has been known for a long time. The assortment of dopamine agonists includes L-dopa, mucuna pruriens, bromocriptine, cabergoline, pergolide, pramipexole, lisuride, apomorphine, and a few more.



Dopamine agonists are used in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease. Even after decades of attempts to come up with alternative regimens, the gold standard for raising dopamine in the brain is still L-dopa. As long as the desired treatment effects are achieved with L-dopa in conjunct with carbidopa (Sinemet, Pharmacopa, Atamet, Stalevo), physicians often do not see a necessity to add any of the other medications.



L-dopa occurs naturally in mucuna pruriens (velvet beans), and unlike what is the case for other Parkinson’s remedies, no prescription is needed for mucuna pruriens. Furthermore, if a mucuna pruriens extract is used, the carbidopa that is included with L-dopa Parkinson’s medications, can be avoided.

Carbidopa is added to L-dopa Parkinson’s medications to reduce the side effects of high dosages of L-dopa, but carbidopa also reduces the pro-libido effects. Thus, when one considers sexual enhancement with L-dopa, or any dopaminergic, L-dopa-containing mucuna pruriens should be the first choice.



The emphasis here is on "L-dopa-containing" because unfortunately, most mucuna pruriens supplements sold in healthfood stores in the US, or on Amazon, are a cheap Indian cultivar of mucuna pruriens which contains practically no L-dopa. The Indian mucuna pruriens was and is planted as animal feedstock, and was cultivated precisely to not contain any L-dopa because a high L-dopa percentage in mucuna pruriens preempts weight gain in lifestock (and humans, by the way). The best L-dopa-containing mucuna pruriens is wild-growing mucuna pruriens from forests in Thailand.



Among the Parkinson’s medications developed as alternatives to L-dopa, apomorphine (brand name: Uprima) was temporarily sold in Europe as a medication for erectile dysfunction. But that was wrong marketing. Dopamine agonists don’t work for erections like phosphodiesterase inhibitors. They work on libido. But who says that great sexual desire is less relevant than erections?



Uprima was a disappointment for men whose erection problems are vascular. But Uprima was sold as a medication for erectile dysfunction (at an exorbitant price) because erectile dysfunction is an accepted medical condition, but low libido is not.

While phosphodiesterase inhibitors like sildenafil citrate, or the natural alternative kaempferia parviflora, and yohimbine work on erections, and while elevating testosterone levels is of an unpredictable, questionable pro-sexual nature, dopamine agonists, including mucuna pruriens, can enhance both sexual excitement and orgasmic intensity reliably.



Because dopamine agonists suppress the hormone prolactin, which in turn suppresses testosterone, dopamine agonists can, in people with elevated prolactin levels, function in the same way as a testosterone replacement therapy would. This mostly happens in patients with pituitary cancer, which typically expresses itself in strongly elevated prolactin levels. Those afflicted by the disease have very low testosterone levels. Thus, for them, dopaminergic agents work as hormonal therapy.


Continue reading about tongkat ali, dopamine, and eternal sexual desire

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The full tongkat ali 1:200 extract story, and a psychopath on the prowl for killings, part 2


By Serge Kreutz


Indonesian Ethnobotany, 2019


Conventional wisdom is that the organic compounds, not the inorganic ones, account for the efficacy of tongkat ali. This is a realistic assumption because the organic compounds are specific to the plant, while the inorganic stuff is common to a fairly wide range of plants.

The 1:200 extract is derived from the 1:50 extract by mostly mechanical separation, centrifuging and filtering. We remove the more crystalline fractions which are more likely to cause gastrointestinal symptoms. From 1 kg of rather crude 1:50 extract, we obtain 250 grams of fine, heavyier 1:200 extract.

Our extracts are not fermented. There is no chemical alteration comparable to the fermentation of grape juice into wine. There aren't many proteins in tongkat ali root, but those present may become denatured during the extraction process. Denaturation means that the shape of protein molecules are changed, but their chemical composition is not.





So, is our 1:200 extract stronger than our 1:50 extract. It is certainly more strongly concentrated. But unlike your common scammer who stretches his fake powders with sildenafil analogues, we ourselves do not add anything to our product.

This means that nothing is in the 1:50 extract that also is in the raw roots, and nothing is in the 1:200 extract that wasn't before in the 1:50, or in 200 grams of dried chipped root.

So, could you just eat 200 grams of chipped root? Don't! You'd be sick. A human usually can't digest 200 grams of wood fiber. You are not a termite.





Even if you consume a tea brewed of 200 grams of chipped root, this may or may not make you feel uneasy.

On the other hand, if you swallow 4 grams of 1:50 extract, the chance for gastrointestinal stress isn't very great, and 1 gram of 1:200 extract is tolerable even for people with a sensitive stomach.

Thus, on the one hand, our 1:200 extract is milder than the 1:50. It is also more concentrated for active ingredients. Thus 1 gram of 1:200 is stronger than 1 gram of 1:50, but as a matter of mathematical logic, as there is no chemical alteration, 4 grams of 1:50 cannot be weaker than 1 gram of 1:200

One would believe that the above explanation on extract ratios is logical enough.


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Neuroprotective effects of the antiparkinson drug Mucuna pruriens

Bala V. Manyam Muralikrishnan Dhanasekaran Theodore A. Hare

Abstract

Mucuna pruriens possesses significantly higher antiparkinson activity compared with levodopa in the 6‐hydroxydopamine (6‐OHDA) lesioned rat model of Parkinson's disease. The present study evaluated the neurorestorative effect of Mucuna pruriens cotyledon powder on the nigrostriatal tract of 6‐OHDA lesioned rats. Mucuna pruriens cotyledon powder significantly increased the brain mitochondrial complex‐I activity but did not affect the total monoamine oxidase activity (in vitro). Unlike synthetic levodopa treatment, Mucuna pruriens cotyledon powder treatment significantly restored the endogenous levodopa, dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin content in the substantia nigra. Nicotine adenine dinucleotide (NADH) and coenzyme Q‐10, that are shown to have a therapeutic benefit in Parkinson's disease, were present in the Mucuna pruriens cotyledon powder. Earlier studies showed that Mucuna pruriens treatment controls the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. This additional finding of a neurorestorative benefit by Mucuna pruriens cotyledon powder on the degenerating dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra may be due to increased complex‐I activity and the presence of NADH and coenzyme Q‐10.

https://doi.org/10.1002/ptr.1514




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