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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 Neuropharmacological help


By Serge Kreutz


One could consider any state of mind that is not sheer bliss an imbalance, or a neurological deficiency, or an outright illness.

Nature and evolution have, through natural selection, tricked mankind into being unhappy because unhappy subjects strive harder. So, most people genetically are descendants of unhappy winners.

Sooner or later, genetic engineering and neuroscience will correct nature. Maybe humans in the fourth millennium will be born with a genetic guarantee for a happy life, no matter what the conditions they actually live in will be.

Before that time, neurosurgery may do a good job to correct chronic unhappiness by cutting short the firing lines of some neural circuits. But certainly not by just drilling holes into the brains of unhappy people, as was done with lobotomies in the 1950s.

For now, mankind has at hand just a number of pharmacological solutions. How good people feel depends a great deal on the level of neurotransmitters at nerve synapses. Pharmaceuticals can upscale neurotransmitters, mostly serotonin, and that’s what anti-depression medications are mostly about. The most widely used anti-depression medications are SSRIs, Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors. They interfere with the degradation of serotonin, thereby assuring that levels of serotonin stay higher than they otherwise would.

Many people could just take some Prozac, and by-and-large, be happier than they are now. But becoming happier would also make them less competitive.

In order to achieve the goal of great relationships, a lot of preparatory work needs to be done, and to have it done requires competitiveness. One has to take care of one’s appearance. One has to study social conditions in order to know where they are favorable.

And one has to work on one’s capability to enjoy those moments for which one lives. Erection problems, or the failure to have a satisfying climax, are disturbances, not only to the mood but also to the whole system of values of Kreutz Ideology.

But like happiness itself, relationships desire, erections, and orgasms, too, are matters of engineering. They are mechanical problems of wiring (nerves) and plumbing (blood vessels).

Currently, the only effective method to interfere with the neuromolecular basis not only for happiness but also relationships desire, are pharmaceuticals.

Yohimbe (with the pharmacologically active ingredient yohimbine) is effective, though, unfortunately, it also is very side-effective. It helps somehow with the wiring. Though not a MAO inhibitor, yohimbe does feel as if it elevates dopamine levels. One feels agitated, even though blood pressure is lowered by yohimbine.

Anything that raises dopamine levels is likely to have a positive effect on desire. That’s why practically all medications for Parkinsonism cause increased relationships interest. (Parkinsonism is a pathological depletion of the neurotransmitter dopamine through interference with the dopamine production sites in the brain.)

The main effect of yohimbine is on the plumbing. Yohimbine blocks presynaptic alpha-2-adrenergic receptors, resulting in increased blood flow to the relationships organs, and in reduced outflow. Thus better erections can be engineered, and because of the increased pressure in the relationships organ, there is also increased pleasure, and the experience of orgasms can be heightened, though this is not guaranteed.

Bromocriptine is a prescription Parkinson medication (Parlodel by Sandoz), which also reduces prolactin levels. It helps in relationships intercourse primarily because it raises desire. In many cases, this will lead to better erections, too, though the effect may not be as pronounced as what is achieved by pharmalogical agents acting directly on the plumbing. But bromocriptine can make for memorable orgasms.

Deprenyl is another prescription Parkinsonism medication, a selective MAOI blocker. I do find that it raises desire but it also leads to some shrinkage, similar to what people experience on amphetamines.

DHEA has been hyped for years. It simply has no effect on relationships parameters.

Gingko Biloba is an herbal product that presumably increases the blood flow to the extremities, including the brain and the relationships organs. Hyped but useless for relationships.

Arginine is an amino acid and nitric oxide precursor. It has been much touted as an erection booster but one never notices even the slightest effect.

Pfizer’s Blue obviously works.

Scientifical research indicates tongkat ali raises the body’s own testosterone production, and this could have a positive effect on several relationships parameters.



Good sex like crazy


By Serge Kreutz


For sexual enhancement, nothing beats a stack based on mucuna pruriens, the velvet bean.

Mucuna pruriens by itself already has a great reputation for heightening libido. The plant naturally contains L-dopa, which the brain converts into dopamine.

Mucuna pruriens can be used, and is used in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease, a chronic illness characterized by a lack of dopamine in the brain, causing movement impairments.

That is the one side of dopamine. The other side of dopamine is that it plays an important role in human sexual desire.

This is well documented. Extreme sexual motivation, even in men who have had zero sex life for two decades, is a known potential side effect of Parkinson’s medications. If you ever encounter a sex-crazed old man, a man whose sexual agitation warrants psychiatric attention, it's going to be a Parkinson’s patient on L-dopa.

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Parkinson’s sufferers usually are put on synthetic L-dopa, combined with carbidopa to counteract the nausea that can accompany L-dopa. The dosages of synthetic L-dopa for Parkinson’s are up to 5 gram per day.

The effect of consuming 1 gram of synthetic L-dopa or 20 grams of mucuna pruriens containing 5 percent (1 gram) of L-dopa will be somehow different. This is the case because of numerous cofactors in mucuna pruriens.

Cofactors make a difference. Take for example opium. Opium contains about 12 percent morphine. But the effects of opium are much wider than the effects of the isolated morphine. While the physiological impact may be about the same, opium also makes for pleasant dreams.

Correspondingly, the 1 gram of L-dopa in 20 grams of mucuna pruriens has a more pronounced effect on libido than 1 gram of synthetic L-dopa. And more cofactors can be added by stacking other sexual enhancement herbals on top of the mucuna pruriens extract.

First stacking choice would be hormonal enhancers like tongkat ali and butea superba. Another hormonal libido support could be added in the form of fenugreek. And then there are vascular agents like kaempferia parviflora (krachai dam) and boesenbergia rotunda (ton krachai) which translate libido into erections.

A great advantage of stacking regimens is that one can consume a large amount of nutrients that support different parameters of sexual function, and maximise effects while minimizing side effects. Side effects typically are an occurrence of a large dose of just one sexual enhancer, or, for that matter, any medicine.

Users of mucuna pruriens, or those interested in supplementing mucuna beans for brain health and sexual parameters, should be aware of the fact that great differences exist as to the quality of different mucuna pruriens strains and products.

The L-dopa content of mucuna pruriens samples investigated for the treatment of Parkinson’s varied from about 0.5 percent to more than 6 percent. See this study published by the US Institutes of Health:

But that's not yet it. In India, mucuna pruriens is planted as a feedstock, and these dirtcheap mucuna pruriens cultivars are practically void of L-dopa, with contents in the range of 0.1 percent.

What we sell is a Thai mucuna pruriens strain which is a direct descendant from wild mucuna pruriens, and in worldwide comparison, that's the strain with the highest content of L-dopa and libido-supporting catalytic cofactors.

Any mucuna pruriens that you can buy in American or European healthfood stores is most probably worthless for sexual enhancement. That is something anybody can easily test by oneself.

Dopaminergics in higher dosages, including high-dosage mucuna pruriens, have an emetic effect. In plain speak: they can induce nausea and vomiting.

This is so certain an effect that dopaminergics are used as emetics (drugs to induce vomiting) by physicians and vets.

For somebody not accustomed to mucuna pruriens, a large dosage of the genuine stuff will cause nausea. If it doesn't, then a lower dosage won't augment libido either.


Continue to search for the best sex ever: Sexual enhancement with a tongkat ali stack and meaning in life



Tongkatali.org - Carnitine has very little potential for relationships enhancement


By Serge Kreutz


When this domain was registered, in 1999, carnitine was much hyped. But as time went by, it became clear that its usefulness as a supplement is minimal. As this is an amino acid high in meat, eating any meat or eggs will do the same.

There are loads of articles on the internet that write about carnitine, both in the scientific and in the popular media. Despite our domain name, to be a primary source of information on carnitine is beyond the scope of this website.

Rather than isolated carnitine, we also sell a number of herbal relationships enhancement products from Thailand (Paul is an off-and-on resident of Pattaya, which explains our focus on relationships supplements, rather than, for example, traditional remedies for diabetes or high blood pressure).

The Thai relationships enhancement herbals we trade are tongkat ali, butea superba, and krachai dam.

Their effectiveness for relationships purposes has been confirmed in numerous scientific and clinical studies. All three are widely used in Thailand.

Even though tongkat ali, butea superba, and krachai dam are not very well-known in the US, at lot of data has already been published about all three. It's superfluous to go into much detail again. We rather concentrate on trade at low prices.

Just that much: butea superba and tongkat ali are testosterone boosters. They are great for relationships desire, libido, and relationships sensation, even orgasms.

Krachai dam is another story. It works on penile blood vessels, similar to Pfizer’s Blue, to which it is chemically related. Both Pfizer’s Blue and krachai dam are phosphodiesterase inhibitors.

Krachai dam has many other names. The scientific name is kaempferia parviflora, a bit long for comfort. But use the scientific name if you want to check scholar.google.com for clinical studies.

Krachai dam is also known as krachai dum. Actually, the correct pronunciation of krachai dam rhymes with "rum", the Carribean sugar whiskey. But krachai dam is the common transliteration of the Thai word. "Dam" means black. So, krachai dam is also know as black ginger. But this is misleading because it's not an ingredient in Asian cuisine, but a traditional medication.

A note on the comparison between Thai and Indonesian tongkat ali: the Thai variety is more sexually stimulating.



Tongkatali.org - Ideology: A materialistic perspective (if we understand the material causes for sweet love and outrageously good relationships, then we can engineer both of it)


By Serge Kreutz


Kreutz Ideology advocates a materialistic approach to understanding of the world. “Materialistic”, in this context, does not mean: driven by concerns for material benefit.

The materialism I refer to is a philosophical concept, built on the conviction that for everything that happens in the world, even in the realm of love and relationships, there is a cause in the material world, and this cause can maybe be investigated and maybe be understood. This is what science is about.

If causes have been investigated and understood, such causes can be reenacted, or created. This is when we take the step from science to technology, and engineering.

Science and technology are applicable to the emotion of missing a loved person no less than they are to bridging the Mississippi. Which is why the first series of articles I ever wrote on love and relationships was headlined “Engineering love”.

The opposite of philosophical materialism is philosophical idealism. Now, this idealism doesn’t refer to us being idealistic in that we try to build a better world, or, on a lower scale, a working long-term love relationship. Philosophical idealism refers to the idea that there is something outside the material world, on which the material world depends.

“Idealism is the doctrine that ideas, or thought, make up either the whole or an indispensable aspect of any full reality, so that a world of material objects containing no thought either could not exist as it is experienced, or would not be fully “real.” Idealism is often contrasted with materialism, both belonging to the class of monist as opposed to dualist or pluralist ontologies. (Note that this contrast between idealism and materialism has to do with the question of the nature of reality as such. It has nothing to do with advocating high moral standards, or the like.)”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idealism

I am not a philosophical idealist. I am a philosophical materialist. I understand that humans, though not all of them, can understand, to a certain degree, what happens in the world.

As they say: the proof of the pudding is in eating it. Or, the proof of our understanding is that we can make it. This applies equally to constructing bridges and to constructing optimal relationships of love and relationships.

However, there is an important twist to all of this. It is not just that, in as much as we understand the world, we can create it, but that, whether we understand the world or not, it always also creates us. When Darwin summarized the emerging knowledge on the origin of species, and when, subsequently, humans developed the knowledge of genetic engineering, it wasn’t just that we got better in shaping our world. Our new technologies also reflected back on us in no small dimension. Idealism took a major blow. And again, idealism will take another blow when medical science will have advanced to a stage, as it surely will, when in principle, it can afford humans an indefinite life span.

Alas, we are not quite there yet.

But regardless of when our technologies will have sufficiently evolved for this exciting prospect, the fact remains that it is our technologies, or (to use an older, and wider, designation) our modes of production that shape our opinions, and that only with sufficient cognition, we can see beyond this.

Just as our knowledge on the origin of species has important roots in 19th century philosophy, so does our understanding of the manner in which our modes of production reflect back on our minds.

The following is quoted from the preface of Karl Marx’ “A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy”, written in 1859:

“The general conclusion at which I arrived and which, once reached, became the guiding principle of my studies can be summarized as follows. In the social production of their existence, men inevitably enter into definite relations, which are independent of their will, namely relations of production appropriate to a given stage in the development of their material forces of production. The totality of these relations of production constitutes the economic structure of society, the real foundation, on which arises a legal and political superstructure and to which correspond definite forms of social consciousness. The mode of production of material life conditions the general process of social, political and intellectual life. It is not the consciousness of men that determines their existence, but their social existence that determines their consciousness.”

http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1859/critique-pol-economy/preface.htm

In the original German version, the above quote reads like this: “Das allgemeine Resultat, das sich mir ergab und, einmal gewonnen, meinen Studien zum Leitfaden diente, kann kurz so formuliert werden: In der gesellschaftlichen Produktion ihres Lebens gehen die Menschen bestimmte, notwendige, von ihrem Willen unabhaengige Verhaeltnisse ein, Produktionsverhaeltnisse, die einer bestimmten Entwicklungsstufe ihrer materiellen Produktivkraefte entsprechen. Die Gesamtheit dieser Produktionsverhaeltnisse bildet die oekonomische Struktur der Gesellschaft, die reale Basis, worauf sich ein juristischer und politischer Ueberbau erhebt und welcher bestimmte gesellschaftliche Bewuusstseinsformen entsprechen. Die Produktionsweise des materiellen Lebens bedingt den sozialen, politischen und geistigen Lebensprozess ueberhaupt. Es ist nicht das Bewusstsein der Menschen, das ihr Sein, sondern umgekehrt ihr gesellschaftliches Sein, das ihr Bewusstsein bestimmt.”

http://www.mlwerke.de/me/me13/me13_007.htm

You can read an explanation, written more than 70 years ago, through the following link:

Society and Mind in Marxian Philosophy

http://www.marxists.org/archive/pannekoe/society-mind/ch01.htm

To conclude that our minds mirror our modes of production is good science. But there is an anachronism in Marx’ thought. If anyway the modes of production determine ideologies, then the interference of Communist revolutionaries would be obsolete.

But Marx himself was a child of his times, when socialism among intellectuals was a fashionable idea.

Furthermore, his analysis of everybody belonging to a social class, the interests of which are reflected in his consciousness and ideologies, had more appeal in the 19th century but is less applicable to the more pluralistic and globalized present times. Nevertheless, it remains true that while on a social level, everybody’s consciousness and ideology is a representation of the modes of production, this consciousness and ideology is, on an individual level, a representation, or simply a rationalization, of a person’s interests.

I myself, of course, cannot escape the fact that my own ideology, too, is a representation of both, current technologies and my individual interests. However, I have at least some awareness of this interdependence.


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.








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Tongkat ali and the relationships exploitation of women and children


By Serge Kreutz


Modern Shamanism, 2019


For millenia, the females of the human species concerned themselves with strategies to reign in the sexuality of men, escecially those men that they considered to be theirs. The threat of younger, sexually more attractive competitors is typically perceived as ever present.

Tongkatali.org is modern shamanism. It deals with subtle interventions into the relationships life of humans. These interventions can enhance or reduce relationships urges.

In most couples and families, women prepare meals. This gives women a great deal of power because relationships drive can be greatly, though subtly, enhanced or reduced depending on the ingredients of meals.

Know what you cook!

Traditionally, meals are prepared for an appealing taste. And traditionally, meals are sexually neutral because they are a mix of sexuality-enhancing and sexuality-reducing ingredients.

But those who are sufficiently informed to select meal-ingredients for their functional role, not just their culinary qualities, can stear their own and a relationships partner's mind in a certain direction without being detected. After all, these ingredients are dietary components of human nutrition.

Women who want to reduce the sexuality of men in their orbit (husbands, boyfriends, sons) have the following options, among others:

Soy products - they are all highly estrogenic, available as tofu, and reduce male sexuality

Red Clover - a strong disraptor of the male hormonal system, can be served in salads

Liquorice - a Chinese spice used for example, in chicken soup, calming down relationships urges

Cumin - similar in appearance and taste to caraway, but very estrogenic, can be used generously in curries

Fennel - another curry spice similar in appearance to caraway, highly estrogenic, also used in Mediterranean cuisine

Herbals that interrupt relationships function can be applied generously in curries, especially when the task is to reduce testosterone in adolescent males.

Traditional curries available in restaurants are a mixed bag of sexuality-enhancing and sexuality-reducing herbals. They are unsuitable for functional nutrition, because sexuality-enhancing and sexuality-reducing components just cancel out each other.

But curries also include a lot of coriander, an absolute must in modern nutrition, as coriander chelates residues of heavy metals which contaminate all our bodies.

Curries, because of their strong taste masking any ingredient, can be used to carry a wide range of sexuality-enhancing herbals like butea superba, fingrroot, kaempferia parviflora (krachai dam), goji berries, tumeric, mucuna pruriens (velvet beans), and nigella sativa (black cumin).

All of these herbals are available from tongkatali.org, most of them in micronized or nanosized particles for superior absorption which reduces required quantities for a therapeutic effect. Only tongkat ali, because of its miserable taste which cannot be masked, should not be added to any food.



Mucuna pruriens Linn. - A Comprehensive Review

Sathiyanarayanan.L, Arulmozhi.S

Abstract:

Mucuna pruriens Linn. is a popular Indian medicinal plant, which has long been used, in traditional Ayurvedic Indian medicine for diseases including parkinsonism. This plant is pharmacologically studied for various activities like antidiabetic, aphrodisiac, antineoplastic, antiepileptic, antimicrobial activities etc., A wide range of phytochemical constituents has been isolated from this plant. A comprehensive account of the morphology, phytochemical constituents, traditional uses, pharmacological activities and analytical methods reported, are included in view of the many recent findings of importance on this plant.

https://www.phcogrev.com/sites/default/files/PhcogRev-1-1-157.pdf




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