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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 How to drink wine and cognac


By Serge Kreutz


I love wine and cognac.

All cheese tastes better with red wine.

All chocolate tastes better with cognac.

It is simply amazing for how long the taste of cognac can stay on the gum. The 40 percent alcohol wakes up the taste buds, and the flavors of grapes and oak penetrate deep.

Alas, I am totally opposed to alcohol in my stomach, guts, blood stream, and brain.

Alcohol makes my stomach sick, undermines my good manners, impairs my judgment, gives me a hangover headache, and the long-term effect is dementia.

I don’t need any of this.

So grape juice instead of wine? Water with artificial cognac flavor?

You must be joking!

On the other hand, there is more shit in wine and cognac, not just the alcohol. Traces of tyramines and other neurologically active amines. Many yet unresearched chemical substances resulting from the fermentation of the raw products.

In spite of these harsh comments, the wine and cognac industry of France, and the rest of the world, really should give me awards and prizes. They should make me their chief lobbyist.

Because nobody promotes the sale and consumption of wine and cognac as efficiently as I do.

Because I am convinced of what I say. And, unlike what goes for standard lobbyists, my wordcraft is not for sale.

So, does all of the above make sense?

Here is the key:

Differentiate between the things you put in your mouth and those you pass through the esophagus.

Don’t indiscriminately swallow what you taste.

Wash your mouth with wine, then spit it out.

Rinse with cognac before you enjoy chocolate. And mind you, “rinse” means: roll it in your mouth from left to right, from under the tongue to the roof of the gum, and you may even gurgle if so inclined. And then: spit it out.

Is it a waste of money to spit out a 200-dollar-per-bottle wine or cognac.

Of course not. Anyway, you bought it for the taste, not the nutritional value.

Once the wine or cognac is in your mouth, what happens? The alcohol is not degraded, but most everything else is, especially the complex compounds that give the flavor.

Try this: put some cognac in a suitable glass, just a mouthful. Smell its delicious flavor. Then pass it into your mouth. Enjoy the sensation. Feel your saliva flow. Roll it. Now return it into the glass. Try to identify the smell. The alcohol is still there, of course. But apart from that?

Nothing. Almost no smell.

Want to drink it again?

Certainly not. An unappetizing liquid. Cognac enzymatically destroyed by saliva.

So, why on earth pass this through the esophagus to the stomach, to the liver, to the anus.

Spit it, don’t shit it.

Just as the pleasure of relationships is in the sensation, not the procreation, the pleasure of wine and cognac is in the taste, not the digestion.

I am an expert on cognac, precisely because I never swallow it. I can play with different kinds of cognac at the sa

me time.

Sip a mouthful of Hennessy, keep it in my mouth some 20 to 30 seconds, discard it through my mouth. Enjoy the flavor of the aftertaste. Then kill it with some chocolate (which I swallow). Plain milk chocolate, which still adopts the taste of the cognac.

Finish with a mouthful of decaffeinated coffee.

Then a mouthful of Remy Martin, followed by the above routine. And then a Courvoisier. And a Martell.

The first step to becoming a connoisseur is to be able to differentiate tastes. You can’t if you swallow every drop. You don’t have proper taste sensations if you are alcoholized. And you do not have the intellect for proper judgment.

You are not a connoisseur if you just pick a brand of cognac (an expensive one), and say: that is the best quality.

You are a connoisseur only if you can differentiate among tastes. And play with them. And if you are not an alcoholic. And never intoxicated.

And if your approach to wine and cognac is Serge Kreutz style.

Tongkatali.org's Instrumental jealousy


By Serge Kreutz


We tend to think of jealousy in entirely negative terms. We usually see it as an expression of a lack of self-confidence, of character weakness, or as something that causes considerable emotional pain. Jealousy breeds suspicion, ruins personal lives in Shakespearean tragedy. Jealousy is poison.

All of this is true. All of this is false. Jealousy is more than this. It’s not entirely negative. The snake is the medical profession’s animal goddess of choice. Most poisons have substantial healing potential. Medical properties are dosage-dependent.

Jealousy can be a great relationships energizer. It can be better than Pfizer’s Blue. It’s a doorway for true love, for desire that is entirely focused on a single person.

Sigmund Freud once mentioned that for a woman to be truly loved there has to be at least some doubt as to her chastity. To not feel entirely sure of possessing a woman is what keeps desire alive. Young men typically don’t appreciate jealousy. Young men also often are a bore. They don’t know themselves, and most of them are lousy lovers. They seldom are emotionally balanced and seldom can walk the tightrope of jealousy.

I have myself, in younger years, often wondered why married couples would join swinger clubs, and especially why husbands should agree to a threesome in which they would have another, younger man, work their wives.

As a matter of fact, these are practical, wise men. They keep their marriages fresh, and their relationships lives active. And they are in full control.

While usually, changing partners is the best recipe to keep one’s relationships appetite up, the option of a new girl every week is not available to most men. It is therefore a wise approach to try to get the most out of a partner that is available. If you can’t go wide, go deep.

I know the difference between love and relationships. But I am not a romantic. Love is but to be psychologically very much focused on a particular person. There are certain exterior factors that determine the degree of love.

The fewer other options we have, the more we will likely be focused on a person with whom we have a love relationship. The less we possess her, the more likely we are to want her. Love can be engineered, as can jealousy.

While I personally may have a preference for going wide, I have, in some instances, gone deep. I can do so, and have great relationships over months on end, if I can cook up the right mix of jealousy.

I am not advocating swinger club memberships for every couple. That’s something for hardened connoisseurs. But I do propagate the positive aspects of jealousy, strange as this may sound.

How to engineer jealousy? If you are in a love relationship, talk, talk, talk. Both of you. Talk about past relationships, and talk about hidden desires. It’s a great therapy to make your relationship deeper. It’s also a sure route to jealousy.

For unless both partners are incorrigible liars, details will emerge which will, silently, hurt.



Tongkatali.org's Love drugs


By Serge Kreutz


Love drugs have occupied medical research before there has been the term “medical research“.

For hardly any medication were the rich and powerful throughout the ages as willing to spend substantial amounts of money as they were for drugs that were sold to them with the promise of returning virility or providing that extra prowess.

The world hasn’t changed. In proportion to production costs and considering that it’s a mass-market product, sildenafil citrate was, when it was introduced, an expensive medication indeed.

And rightly so. The incapacity to have a satisfying relationships life is such a tremendous loss of quality of life that a good number of men would chose the leg if given the option to either loose a leg or that organ which rightfully is called vital.

There are hundreds of substances, both herbal and synthetic, which can ruin a man’s capability to have an erection. And there are only a few substances that actually enhance male relationships function and could treat impotence.

However, male sexuality is comprised of two components: relationships plumbing (vascular issues), and relationships wiring (the involvement the brain).

The two functions are distinct, and in a way contrary to each other. There are a good number of substances that are good for the one, and bad for the other aspect of sexuality. Cocaine can enhance relationships desire, while at the same time obstructing penile function by shrinking the organ.

Pfizer’s Blue, on the other hand, is good for erections, but if one ingests more than one needs, it will weaken orgasm and cause headaches. Men in which synthetic phosphodiesterase inhibitors cause headaches, and weak orgasms, can try Kaempferia parviflora, which is a herbal that has been shown in scientific studies to inhibit phosphodiesterase in a more subtle manner, compared to Pfizer’s Blue.

Very few substances are good for both, erections and libido. Yohimbe, the bark, or yohimbine, the active ingredient, which has been extracted and is sold as pharmaceutical, facilitate erections by blocking adrenaline from abdominal and pelvic receptors, and enhance libido by increasing adrenaline effect on the brain.

However, there is no question that the side effects of yohimbe and yohimbine are a serious deterrent. The adrenaline blocked from the abdominal and pelvic areas also causes heart palpitations and sleeplessness, and both events are not supportive of general health.

While the discovery of the use phosphodiesterase inhibitors for erectile function has been a definite achievement, the bigger challenge is to develop a medication that can enhance libido. The impact that such a medication could have on the behavioral patterns of young and aging men around the world is substantial.

There are basically two pathways for the enhancement of libido: a hormonal route via testosterone and a neurotransmitter route via dopamine. While the outright application of testosterone may have a clear anabolic effect, exogenous testosterone has the potential to lower both libido and fertility in men, not just to raise it. What effect it will have will depend on baseline values, set points, and dosages.

A more promising route is to support the body’s own testosterone synthesis with tongkat ali or butea superba, two Southeast Asian herbals.




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