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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.


Tongkatali.org's Chocolate sessions


By Serge Kreutz


If you are not kreutzing, you cannot properly enjoy chocolate.

This is obvious because chocolate is the food that is slowest of all in satiating the taste buds.

If you eat (conventionally, not kreutzing) raw carrots, or bread that came out of the oven three days ago, you will stop eating as soon as your stomach signals that it is no longer hungry. You will just eat the amount of food required to meet your energy needs.

It’s not like that with chocolate. When you will have swallowed what would be enough calories for working a day in the fields, or a quarry, your mouth will still crave for more chocolate.

And even when non-kreutzing chocolate lovers eventually interrupt their sessions, they do so not because they have had enough of the taste but because they feel guilty about all the calories they are ingesting.

But I eat chocolate, Serge Kreutz style, until I get bored with it. That doesn’t happen quickly. And the refractory period is short.

So I can easily go through a kilo of chocolate in a day. Anyway, I am of ideal weight, and a kilo of chocolate a day won’t make a difference, haha.

And because I am not handicapped by an unclear conscience, I play with chocolate even more than I play with other food.

Yes, chocolate goes very nicely with coffee. I like my coffee strong and pure. No sugar, no milk, not even vanilla. All of those only tune coffee down.

Take your sip of coffee before you put the chocolate into your mouth. Strong coffee has a lasting aftertaste, and it carries over into the chocolate and enhances the flavor.

On the other hand, don’t sip coffee immediately after your mouth melted chocolate because the coffee will rinse the chocolate flavor.

Typically, during my chocolate sessions (more often than once a day), I mix five or six different kinds… or as many as I have on hand.

I always include dark chocolate and milk chocolate in my sessions. Dark chocolate has a great flavor but is not creamy.

Now, the trick is to create two layers. The lower layer is some creamy milk chocolate, and the upper layer is a thin plate of dark chocolate.

When you put this into your mouth, you have a double sensation. Some of your taste buds will be excited by the creamy texture of the milk chocolate, and neighboring taste buds by the delicate bitterness of the black chocolate.

Let this double layer chocolate travel through your mouth. It feels like playing a piano. A black note here, then three white notes, followed by two black, and so on.

It is important that you do this with two distinctly different chocolates. Mixing the milk chocolate and the black chocolate during production in the factory will not have the same effect.

I do many other pairs of tastes, and I often do sequences of different pairs. You should also try the following:

Fine black chocolate with raspberry jam.

The raspberry jam must be proper quality. Not overly sweetened.

Raspberry jam, in the opinion of my taste buds, goes better with black chocolate than any other jam. When I use jam with toast, I prefer black currants. But black currants do not harmonize with chocolate as well as raspberries.

For optimal taste pleasure during a chocolate session, switch often among different varieties: a sip of coffee followed by a piece of milk chocolate with a dark layer, a sip of hot water, then again a sip of coffee, this time followed by vanilla-flavored white chocolate, a sip of hot water, a sip of coffee, then a piece of black chocolate covered in raspberry jam, or maybe hazelnut cream.

I can go on for an hour or more. Enjoy. Anyway, kreutzing means minimal calories, and for sure no weight gain.



Kaempferia parviflora (krachai dam) for relationships prowess and sports


By Serge Kreutz


Maybe it’s no coincidence that kaempferia parviflora is a plant with a very limited geographic reservoir. It is found only in Thailand, quite possibly the sexiest country in the world.

Thai cuisine uses rhizomes more than any other the cuisine of any other country. Rhizomes like ginger, tumeric, galangal give an authentic taste to most Thai dishes.

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Kaempferia parviflora is a rhizome, and extremely rare in the wild. And we do mean “extremely”. Would this rhizome plant not have been cultivated in Thailand as a medicinal plant, it would probably long have been extinct.

The name of the plant, kaempferia, suggests some connection to martial arts, and a German-speaking botanist in naming it. Kaempfer is German for Fighter.

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And indeed, one could not find a kickboxing camp in Thailand where krachai dam (kaempferia parviflora) wouldn’t be widely consumed.

Is there scientific evidence? Of course, there is.

Kaempferia parviflora is a phosphodiesterase inhibitor, not just of phosphodiesterase class 5 like sildenafil, tadalafil, and vardenafil, but also of class 6 phosphodiesterase.

Phosphodiesterase acts on blood vessels, inhibiting constriction. For the organ, this causes an erection. And for the kickboxer, it causes an increased blood supply to about every muscle of the body. Obviously, increased blood vessel diameter means increased blood supply, and increased blood supply means more oxygen for every muscle.

And this is exactly what trainers in Thai kickboxing camps promise. Every blood vessel fully saturated.

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Not that kickboxers only appreciate this physiological effect of kaempferia parviflora.

The herbal is not yet on the list of the World Anti-Doping Agency, so, as word spreads, expect some professional cyclists participating at the Tour de France to develop a marked preference for Thai cuisine. Or how about a Thai cycler riding down the Champs Ellysee in a yellow jersey.

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And then there are bodybuilders who, in cutting cycles, just struggle to achieve just this for esthetic endeavors: relaxed blood vessels that show on the surface of the skin.

Clearly, kaempferia parviflora (krachai dam) has enormous potential.


Sumatra Pasak Bumi's tongkat ali nutmeg formula is a definite aphrodisiac


By Serge Kreutz

Sumatra Pasak Bumi sells formulas of tongkat ali / nutmeg and butea superba / nutmeg.

As of this time, these formulas are available only as capsules. We have opted for this limitation because nutmeg can clearly be overdosed, and while such overdoses are usually not life-threatening, they can be very uncomfortable indeed.

That said, nutmeg in civilized quantities of less than 1 gram per day, especially when used in a herbal stack with tongkat ali, butea superba, mucuna pruriens, and krachai dam, has clear aphrodisiac qualities.



Nutmeg is mildly euphoric, which results from the chemical similarity of some of its ingredients with the street drug ecstasy.

Nutmeg, in civilized quantities of less than 1 gram, also feels a bit like speed or meth in that it gives users a sense of "let's get it on".

However, increasing dosages of nutmeg to 5 or 10 grams (a definite overdose), won't produce a kick like ecstasy or meth because uncomfortable components will take over: nausea, dizziness, even hallucinations.



Because of these usually negative effects, authorities do not classify nutmeg as a drug with much abuse potential. Luckily so.

Nutmeg in civilized dosages also has some similarities to yohimbe, the herbal, or yohimbine, the pharmaceutical. Nutmeg in civilized dosages is agitating in a manner that resembles yohimbe, and in moments of excitement it can send warm shivers up and down the spinal cord that can be produced by yohimbe.

These shivers are similar to orgasmic sensations, but they occur in an excitement buildup phase more than during orgasm which is a sudden excitement drop. With yohimbe, the intensity of the orgasmic drop becomes impeded. Nutmeg in civilized dosages will not lower the intensity of the orgasmic drop, particularly when comsumed together with tongkat ali.



Nutmeg is a classic case for why relationships enhancement herbals MUST be stacked for optimal effect.

Large doses of single relationships enhancement herbals will cause unwanted side-effects in many users, and they will do so in an unpredictable pattern.

Worst for side effects of large dosages is nutmeg. Next in line for side effects of overdoses would be mucuna pruriens. Yohimbe also has miserable side effects in many users.



For yohimbe, these side effects are less dose dependent than for nutmeg and mucuna pruriens.

If nutmeg is added to a relationships enhancement stack based on tongkat ali, there usually are only positive aphrodisiac effects. But with yohimbe, unpleasant side effects like sleep disturbances set in at any quantity, however minimal.



Nutmeg is a classic case of why relationships enhancement herbals MUST be stacked. Because, for a stronger nutmeg effect, you should not consume more nutmeg. Instead, you support and enhance the nutmeg effect with tongkat ali, butea superba, krachai dam, fingerroot, tumeric, and small dosages of mucuna pruriens.

The broader your stack, the more likely you are to reap only benefits from nutmeg, tongkat ali, butea superba, tumeric, krachai dam, fenugreek, and ton krachai (boesenbergia rotunda).

Nutmeg is slightly different from the other items in the list because benefitial dosages are about ten times smaller for nutmeg than they are for tongkat ali, butea superba, krachai dam, fingerroot, fenugreek, tumeric, and mucuna pruriens extracts.

Because tolerable dosage of other herbals are measured in grams, up to 10 grams, and because for nutmeg they are measured in hundreds of milligrams, the nutmeg capsules we manufacture and distribute are 10 percent nutmeg, and 90 percent tongkat ali, butea superba, krachai dam, or fenugreek.








Yohimbe and sleep


By Serge Kreutz


For me, the worst side effect of yohimbe is that I cannot go to sleep for at least 20 hours after having ingested even just a small amount of the herbal.

This is not the case for all those who try yohimbe. Some people sleep perfectly normal, even after ingesting yohimbe just two or three hours before retiring. It’s the same group of people on whom yohimbe also doesn’t have much of a relationships effect.

However, in those subjects in whom yohimbe (the root) in dosages equivalent of 5 to 20 milligram yohimbine (the active ingredient) has a pronounced pro-relationships effect, the dosage needed for sleep avoidance is considerably less than the one for pro-relationships effects.

If yohimbe is taken daily, the sleep problem typically is worst on the first day.

My own approach is to take yohimbe on one day, and on the next day not to take any, as I really feel that I need yohimbe-undisturbed sleep in the second night.

Another approach (which I think is inferior because it diminishes the pro-relationships effect of yohimbe) is to take it every day for about a week or two, and then to take a few days off. When I followed this approach, I slept a lot on the off-days, up to 12 hours. On the first off-day, it may even have been 16 hours.

By taking yohimbe in cycles of a week or two, I achieve an almost normal sleep pattern after two or three days. In the first night of such a yohimbe cycle, I usually did not sleep at all. When I was lucky, I did get some sleep before noon on the next day. On the second day, I took my daily yohimbe dosage directly after having had a little sleep (as little as two hours). The next night, I got to sleep at 2 or 3 in the morning, and actually slept for five or six hours. On the third day, I would ingest my yohimbe only a few hours after waking up, to have the ingestion time closer to the most likely time for relationships intercourse. Sleep would still be light, but I could be quite sure that I would get some sleep. On following days, I would have an almost normal sleep pattern, so sleep would be light.

The crux with this approach is that I during such a course, the yohimbe loses its pro-relationships power. This of course defeats the logic of any yohimbe regimen.

I have tried everything I could think of in order to force sleep after taking yohimbe when not having ingested any on the previous day. Nothing really works.

The worst has been melatonin. After having ingested yohimbe, melatonin does nothing to get me to sleep. It just makes me feel drowsed until it is cleared from my system.

Kava-kava doesn’t induce sleep after yohimbe. But it does make me feel more relaxed while still being kept awake by the yohimbe.

A tea that contains valerian helps a little bit in falling and staying asleep after yohimbe usage. It doesn’t work all the time, though. But unlike melatonin, it doesn’t make me feel drowsed when it doesn’t induce sleep.

Valium, on the other hand, does make me feel typically valium-drowsed. It may force sleep for an hour or two, but I don’t find the Valium-induced sleep sufficiently regenerative. I prefer not sleeping for 20 hours after yohimbe ingestion over two hours of Valium sleep.

I have tried one herb that on the occasion of trying it did induce sleep. It also reverted the pro-relationships effect of yohimbe, so I do not see much wisdom in pursuing its use. I cannot even recommend it for inducing sleep, if just for the reason that this stuff is outlawed in many countries (but not the Netherlands). I’m talking about marihuana.

I have seen reports that actually promote marihuana as an aphrodisiac. But I have also read reports on alleged pro-relationships capacities on almost every herb, even such strong anti-relationships herbs as saw palmetto or pygeum. It’s usually obvious why claims to pro-relationships activities are made: people want to sell their wares.

In the case of marihuana, those who seek the weed’s legalization increasingly take the route of promoting the benefits of “medical marihuana” the use of marihuana to treat specific conditions, ranging from eye pain to epileptic seizures.

Wouldn’t it be great if marihuana also were of use to treat relationships dysfunction? As a viable alternative to sildenafil citrate, who would dare to prohibit its pharmacological use?

Fewer people would be enticed to support marihuana legalization if its pharmacological use shall be to dampen a patient’s libido. There are already enough dampeners on the market. Unfortunately, marihuana’s effect on relationships function is exactly this: to dampen it, which is not surprising for a sedative.

After marihuana use, a certain dumbness will engulf one’s body, described as being “stoned”. This dumbness also extends to the primary reproductive organ, making its proper use (and the enjoyment to be derived from that) more difficult.

But, as mentioned above: marijuana has some efficacy in putting you to sleep after yohimbe ingestion. (Don’t plan another round of pleasure after your smoke.)


Tongkatali.org - SPB energy capsules instead of energy drinks


By Serge Kreutz


Exact dose caffeine, tongkat ali for enhanced testosterone, velvet beans for libido, black ginger for erectile ease

An amazingly high proportion of mankind needs caffeine to get through their daily productivity schedules. Can't really blame them. In today's highly competitive world, it's not an option to just go for a siesta whenever you are tired.

For many, many people, caffeine is a necessity. It's either caffeine or mental sluggishness. On caffeine, they are competitive. And without caffeine, they lose out in the daily battle for an edge.

So, they drink coffee or tea, or energy drinks.

A downside (the first) of coffee and tea is the time needed to prepare them. For tea, it's even worse than for coffee. At least, for instant coffee, you just need hot water. But if you are driving and feeling tired, with no hot water available, a stop at a convenience shop also takes time.

The solution is to just not treat the caffeine dosages you need as food and drink.

Caffeine is a drug. Period. Supply your body with it in exactly the dosages needed, when needed, and don't overdose.

Coffee and tea in capsules is the best way. You avoid all the stuff you don't want, especially the huge amounts of sugar of energy drinks.

You avoid overdosing because coffee and tea taste so good.

And you can combine the coffee with a herbal that counterbalances the negative side effects of caffeine on relationships parameters. Yes, caffeine alone causes erectile dysfunction, interrupts testosterone, and does not let you drift off with relationships thoughts, a precondition for libido and powerful orgasms.

SPB produces relationships enhancement coffees, teas, and cocoas that give you the caffeine you need, plus an enhancement of testosterone synthesis by tongkat ali, or a libido boost through velvet beans (mucuna pruriens), or improved erectile ease from black ginger (kaempferia parviflora).


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