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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 Relationships infrastructure


By Serge Kreutz


People all around the world are more practical-minded than moral authorities want to accept, and this specifically includes young women. They do not need a science of relationships economics to understand relationships economics.

Often, young women comply with stringent social standards much less because they would be convinced that they are appropriate, but rather because there is no practical solution to circumvent them.

Living out their sexuality is a dangerous undertaking for young women in many countries of the world. They could be stoned in Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh, murdered by relatives in Turkey or Albania, and expelled from their homes and families even in such sexualized societies as Italy and Brazil.

Open relationships conduct of their daughters can bring shame to loved-ones, and cause a girl’s dear mother to suffer a heart attack.

All of these are circumstances that are hardly conducive to uninhibited relationships adventuring. So, women conform to society’s rules.

But if the right infrastructure is provided to circumvent society’s rules, young women will be much more inclined to pursue relationships relationships.

The right infrastructure primarily means a sufficient degree of secrecy. This requires a discreet mode of transport, such as a closed van, and a secluded venue, such as a house that can be entered without any neighbor being able to spot who is going in and who is going out. It also requires discreet means of communication.

It also helps to have a track record for being trustworthy. In rather repressive countries, such as those in the Arab world, it is of great advantage not to be a local. Practical-minded local women in such countries are weary of local men, as they may be religious fanatics.

Most people would be surprised to learn to what extend young women are willing to try relationships relationships for the fun of it if only no negative consequences are to be feared.

The above favorable conditions could be defined as the right relationships infrastructure. While factors such as good looks, charm, and being intelligent and educated, are all important, it is also true that all of these will get a man nowhere if you can’t put into place a favorable infrastructure.



Use butea superba, tongkat ali, and mucuna pruriens to get back your libido


By Serge Kreutz



Butea superba, tongkat ali, and mucuna pruriens can be used by men and women. But for women, the normal dosage should be lower for tongkat ali and bute superba. With Thai velvet beans (mucuna pruriens, the dosage for men and women is the same.

We love to eat curries. And we usually put the butea superba extract into the curries. The butea superba doesn't really add much to the taste of the curries. But it also doesn't take away anything of the taste. But if we put the butea extract into the curries, it saves us the effort of having to swallow capsules. People of Indian origin would also feel a uncomfortable swallowing capsules made of bovine gelatine.

The tongkat ali in our stack, unfortunately, cannot be added to any food. With the mucuna pruriens, it's a matter of taste. Because mucuna pruriens are beans, they taste, not surprisingly, like beans. But in a curry, the beand taste will be masked by the various spices.

The effect of the butea superba / tongkat ali / mucuna pruriens (velvet beans) sracj is the same, regardless of whether consumed as capsules or in food: it just makes everybody more horny.

To put it straight, a stack of butea superba extract, tongkat ali extract, and mucuna pruriens extract makes us horny because the tongkat ali and butea superba elevate testosterone, and the L-dopa in the Thai velvet beans (mucuna pruriens) improves dopamine tone in the brain. High testosterone combats prolactin, the hormone that makes people lose interest in relationships. I have even found a scientific study of a case when a Thai man had to visit a physician because his high relationships drive made him crazy. Then the doc told him to stop taking butea superba extract, and then his relationships drive went down to normal. The case was published in the scientific journal Nature. When you experience extreme libido, the docs and scientists call this hyperandrogenemia.

Hyperandrogenemia due to ingestion of Butea superba

I know that a stack of butea superba, tongkat ali, and mucuna pruriens can be quite overwhelming. But I wouldn'd go to a doc and tell him: "Hey, I have too much relationships desire!" I really enjoy relationships desire. It provides meaning too my life. I would say that my relationships desire is the most important thing in my life

The trick is that you don't overdose. You should take only so much butea superba, tongkat ali, and mucuna pruriens that you still function in a civilized manner. Don't go molesting women or girls. Stop taking the stack when your relationships fantasies become imaginations of illegal activities.



References:

Chaiyasit, K., Wiwnaitkit, V. (2012) Hyperandrogenemia due to ingestion of Butea superba. Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism Volume 16 Issue 3 Pages: 485–486 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Cherdshewasart, W., Nimsakul, N. (2003) Clinical trial of Butea superba, an alternative herbal treatment for erectile dysfunction. Asian Journal Andrology Volume 5 Pages: 243-246 Retrieved from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Dell’Agli, M., Galli, G.V., Cero, E.D., Belluti, F., Matera, R., Zironi, E., Pagliuca, G., Bosisio, E. (2008) Potent Inhibition of Human Phosphodiesterase-5 by Icariin Derivatives Journal of Natural Products Volume 71, Issue 9 Pages:1513-1517 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Ding, J., Tang, Y., Tang, Z., Zu, X. ,Qi, L. , Zhang, X., Wang, G. (2017) Icariin improves the relationships function of male mice through the PI3K/AKT/eNOS/NO signalling pathway. AndrologiaVolume 50, Issue 1 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Dora, B.B., Kumar, S. (2017) Kapilacchu Mucuna pruriens A promisin indigenous herbal drug and its effect on different diseases condition Retrieved from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Eumkeb, G., Naknarong, W., Sirichaiwetchakoon, K. (2013) The effects of Red Kwao Krue (Butea Superba Roxb.) extract on sperm quality and testosterone level in mice. Thai Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 38 (Suppl.) Retrieved from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Fang, J., Zhang, Y. (2017) Icariin, an Anti-atherosclerotic Drug from Chinese Medicinal Herb Horny Goat Weed. Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Kant Shukla, K., Ali Mah, A., Kaleem Ahmad M., Shankhwar, S.N., Rajender, S., Jaiswar, S.P. Mucuna pruriens improves male fertility by its action on the hypothalamus–pituitary–gonadal axis Fertility and Sterility Volume 92, Issue 6, Pages: 1934-1940 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Malaivijitnond, S., Ketsuwan, A., Watanabe, G., Taya, K., Cherdshewasart, W. (2010) Luteinizing hormone reduction by the male potency herb, Butea superba Roxb. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research Volume 43 Number 9 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Malviya, N., Jain, S., Gupta, V.B., Vyas, S. (2011) Recent studies on aphrodisiac herbs for the management of male relationships dysfunction - a review. Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica Volume 68 No. 1 Pages:3-8, Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Mutwedu, V.B., Ayagirwe, RBB, Bacigale, SB, Mwema, LM, Butseme, S, Kashosi, T, Mitima B, Manyawu GJ, Nyongesa AW. (2019) Effect of dietary inclusion of small quantities of Mucuna pruriens seed meal on relationships behavior, semen characteristics, and biochemical parameters in rabbit bucks (Oryctolagus cuniculus). Tropical Animal Health and Production Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Ning, H., Xin, Z. C., Lin, G., Banie, L., Lue, T.F., Lin, C.S. (2006) Effects of icariin on phosphodiesterase-5 activity in vitro and cyclic guanosine monophosphate level in cavernous smooth muscle cells. Urology Volume 68, Issue 6, Pages 1350-1354 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Purohit H. Dr., Sharma, O., Dr., (2019) An ayurvedic drug review -kapikacchu (mucuna pruriens). World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research Retreived from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Shindel, A.W., Xin, Z. C., Lin, G., Fandel, T.M., Huang, Y.C., Banie, L., Breyer, B.N., Garcia, M. M., Lin, CS, Lue, T.F. (2010) Erectogenic and Neurotrophic Effects of Icariin, a Purified Extract of Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium spp.) In Vitro and In Vivo. The Journal of Relationships Medicine Volume7, Issue 4 Pages 1518-1528 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Tocharus, C., Jeenapongsaa, R., Teakthonga, T., Smitasirib, Y. (2005) Effects of Long-term Treatment of Butea superba on Sperm Motility and Concentration. Naresuan University Journal Volume 13 Issue 2 Pages: 11-17

Tocharus, C., Sooksaen, P., Shimbhu, D., Tocharus, J. (2011) Butea superba (Roxb.) improves penile erection in diabetic rats. Andrologia, Volume 44, Issue 1 Pages: 728-733 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Xin, Z., Euikyung, K., Tian, Z., Lin, G., Guo, Y. (2001) Icariin on relaxation effect of corpus cavernosum smooth muscle. Chinese Science Bulletin Volume 46, Issue 14, Pages: 1186–1190 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

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Buying tongkat ali


By Serge Kreutz


So you have decided to try some tongkat ali. But before buying, some important decisions are to be made.

Do you want tongkat ali roots, or do you want tongkat ali extract?

If you buy roots, the cost of shipping will be much higher than the roots themselves.

Brewing your own tea will also be time-consuming.

If you want extract, you first have to decide whether you want genuine tongkat ali or fake tongkat ali?

Unfortunately, more than 90 percent of all tongkat ali extract on the market is simply fake.

There are two kinds of fakes:

1. those that are any root powder or plant, mostly tribulus terrestris. These simply have no effect at all.

2. powders laced with sildenafil analogues, often at high dosages. These have an effect, just like Viagra has. But it's not the hormonal effect of tongkat ali. It's an effect of sildenafil, tadalafil, or vardenafil. And unfortunately, these fakes regularly kill users.

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Tongkat ali is a root, and as such, it consists mostly of cellulose. Cellulose is not a pharmacologically active substance. The pharmacologically active ingredients only form a very small part of the root.

The raw root, whether powdered or chipped, is not fit for human consumption. This is not just the case because humans cannot digest cellulose but also because the raw root often is infested with fungi and bacteria, some of which are harmful. This is absolutely normal for anything that grows underground. Is there anything humans would pull out of the soil and consume uncooked?

Raw root powder is commonly sold in Malaysia as well as in the US, both in brick-and-mortar shops and by Internet retailers.

There is, of course, nothing wrong with root powder or chipped root, as long as you know how to handle it.

If you do not buy a ready-made extract, you have to prepare the root powder or chipped root as your own extract. This can be a liquid extract or a dry one. If you prepare a liquid extract, you will have to consume a lot of fluid to get a proper dosage. Producing your own dry extract will take a lot of time.

Root powder in capsules is nonsense because one should not ingest raw tongkat ali root, even not if it is packaged in gelatin capsules. The most likely effect of ingesting raw root powder is diarrhea, caused by salmonella bacteria. And if you are unlucky, you get a strain that causes typhoid fever.

Tongkat ali is so bitter, and tastes so lousy, that the only way one can ingest a proper dosage is to get it down as quickly as possible. Capsules of dried tongkat ali extract are a good solution because extract is concentrated, and you can swallow the tongkat ali without tasting it.

The only problem with dried extract in capsules is that you are easily cheated. It is very difficult to check yourself whether you actually get tongkat ali extract, or just tongkat ali root powder, or something else altogether.

Tongkat ali root has to be boiled, and before being boiled. Use about half a liter of water for 50 gram of root powder or chipped root. 50 gram of root powder or chipped root will yield about 2 normal dosages, or a single dosage for an experienced user or a bodybuilding athlete.

I know what I’m talking about because I did make my own extract. I did so because I am a suspicious character, and so that I could write about it.

I used 500 gram of chipped root, soaked in 5 liter of water for 24 hours. I brought the whole thing to a boil, and then filtered the water. I then left the 5 liters of water for almost 2 days on an electric stove with heat control (about 50 centigrade) until I got a thick sap. I further heated the sap in an electric oven (about 40 centigrade) and then got a rather hard crust. Working this crust through an electric coffee mill, I ended up with about 10 gram of powdered extract. Which means: an extract of the strength 1:50. 10 dosages out of 500 gram.

I discussed this extraction process with two German pharmacists and the assistants of a plant analytical laboratory of a university. They all assured me that mine has been a proper extraction process.

There isn’t much technology to preparing water-based extracts. The solvent has to be water, and just water, otherwise the result would not be an aqueous (water) extract. In proper extracting facilities, they have integrated machines that speed up the evaporation by doing it under high pressure, or by other means. Some companies that sell such evaporating equipment have patents on these machines.

But if a website claims that they have patented the extraction by water of tongkat ali, then that’s bulls. They just want you to believe that their extract is special (so that you won’t buy somewhere else), and that it justifies an inflated price.

Tongkat ali has been researched well, though not in full. But one thing is certain: the traditional use is as an aqueous extract (extraction by water, as in tea or coffee), and that way, it has been used in Southeast Asia for hundreds of years.

Other extraction possibilities would be by ethanol (alcohol) or chloroform, and a plethora of other chemical solvents. But such extracts have only been tested recently, and only one thing is clear: their LD50 values are much worse than those for aqueous extract. I would not experiment with tongkat ali extracts in which the solvent has been anything but water.

Extract strength is another critical topic. I know from my own experiments that 100 grams of root yield a dried extract of 2 gram. So, 1:50 seems to be genuine strength of an aqueous extract.

Of course, 1:100 sounds much sexier. But who is to check on such claims? Even if a new trader should decide to proclaim that his extract is 1:1000, who is going to examine whether the claim is true?

A 1:100 extract, or one that is proclaimed to be 1:1000, doesn’t necessarily contain more active ingredients. In order to turn a 1:50 extract into one that is 1:100, I really just have to discard half of the 1:50 extract. I can do so by passing it through a smaller mesh, which will just remove the coarser part of the ground crust I got from drying the aqueous extract.

Thus, turning a 1:50 extract into a 1:100 extract means just that they sell half the extract, probably for double the price. It says NOTHING about the efficacy of the extract.

Furthermore, there are justified suspicions that what is sold as 1:100 extract may only be root powder. I have seen documents on the FDA website (www.fda.gov) that show that people marketing 1:100 extract capsules have just applied for a registration of tongkat ali powder in capsule form, not of extract in capsules. To see these documents on www.fda.gov, please use their search engine and enter the search term “eurycoma”. The scientific, Latin name of tongkat ali is eurycoma longifolia, and official documents deal with the plant under this name. Do not search for “tongkat ali”, as this will not get you to the FDA correspondence about the product which is sold as 1:100. A search for the combined name, “eurycoma longifolia”, doesn’t seem to work well on the FDA site. It is best to just search for “eurycoma” only.

I also cannot recommend purchasing from Internet spam sites.

Their expertise is not tongkat ali but Internet marketing. They know how to force their own site(s) to the top of search engine rankings, and then hunt sales commissions from the manufacturers whose products they promote. This is why the information they provide is not their own but just taken from other sites (like mine) and then more or less reworded.

I believe that it makes sense to buy tongkat ali or tongkat ali extract at the origin. From a company whose product is tongkat ali, and not from a company whose product is Internet marketing, and who will sell any merchandise for which they can get a high search engine ranking.


Tumeric, tongkat ali and butea superba


By Serge Kreutz


Phytochemicals and relationships health, 2019


A full relationships enhancement stack should include tongkat ali, butea superba, mucuna pruriens (velvet beans), krachai dam (black ginger), fingerroot, and fenugreek.



If you are in a stable relationship, you should also add tumeric, the world's most underestimated aphrodisiac.

Tumeric is underestimated as aphrodisiac because with no other sexuality enhancing herbal, it is equally important to know what to expect.



Does tumeric elevate testosterone? No, you use tongkat ali and butea superba for that.

Does tumeric heighten libido. I wouldn't say so. Not directly anyway. For libido you use mucuna pruriens, together with the tongkat ali and butea superba.

Does tumeric improve erections. Nope. That is the domain of krachai dam and fingerroot.

So, why you need tumeric, and why is it so suited for stable relationships relationships?

You have to know what to expect from tumeric.

On the face of it, tumeric is an orgasm delayer. That sounds like the opposite of an aphrodisiac, except for premature ejaculators.

But don't be so quick (with your judgment). Because it isn't that tumeric takes the excitement out of relationships, to a point where a man can't climax.

Much rather, tumeric extends the preorgasmic plateau phase. This plateau phase is pure pleasure.

Under normal conditions, the preorgasmic plateau just takes a few seconds. It's when you pass the point of no return.

But in a tumeric-modulated mind (about 3 grams or more of tumeric powder per day) the plateau phase can be several minutes, and you have amazing control over this plateau phase. So much control that after having spend a few minutes on the plateau phase, you may just decide to go without ejeculation.



When you are at this point, I would say you have had a dry orgasm: satisfaction without ejaculation.

If that doesn't sound like pure pleasure, just wait a moment.

And let me ask you whether you are in a stable (monogamous) relationship?

Because then, tumeric is ideal for you.

Why?

Because normal monogamous relationships, at least after a few years, are characterized by relationships-once-a-week, or even less frequently.

But if you consume rather generous amounts of tumeric, and decide not to ejaculate (dry orgasm), you do not need much of a refractory period.

You can have relationships the next day, and the next. Relationships every day, in a marriage of years.

This will have an enormous impact on the happiness of a marriage, especially if you also work on other parameters (testosterone - tongkat ali, butea superba, fenugreek; libido - mucuna pruriens; erection quality - krachai dam, ton krachai).

I would not say that tumeric is only for married couples, not even only for those in stable relationships, even though in a stable relationship, there will be enough intimacy to communicate why the male partner does not want to ejeculate (because:tomorrow again).

But there is another aspect to it. If a man uses tumeric in generous quantities, and has relationships with dry orgasms on many days in sequence, the production of seminal fluid is immensely potentiated.

When a tumeric user indeed has a wet, normal orgasm after many dry ones, be prepared that the bedroom will be flooded.

Take note, porn clip studs. This technic can make you produce cum quantities that will excite your director, and amaze your audience.


Cycling tongkat ali in a monotherapy

It is well established that tongkat ali has to be cycled. This is the case because of the negative feedback loops of the human body's hormonal system: increased levels of any hormone reliably trigger the hormone's down-regulation. This is why exogenous testosterone causes testicular shrinkage, for example. When more than enough testosterone comes from the syringe, the Leydig cells don't produce any at all, and the testicles get atrophied.

Thus, using tongkat ali, one can trick the body into elevated testosterone levels only for a limited period of time. This means that in order to be effectively used, tongkat ali has to be cycled on off on off.

Bodybuilders and men with a busy relationships schedule don't like off-cycles. They would prefer consistently elevated testosterone levels, bodybuilders for an optimal physique, and those pursuing optimal relationships for orgasmic gratification.

The best solution we can come up with for this dilemma is to alternate tongkat ali with butea superba.

Both butea superba and tongkat ali work on the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis which regulates testosterone levels, but the pythochemicals of the two plants are structurally so different that familiarization to the one doesn't carry over to the second.

For supranatural levels of testosterone, it is essential that the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis is off-balance as this is what exerts the desired increased testosterone synthesis.

Alternating butea superba and tongkat ali is a convincing strategy. A standard regimen would be to use tongkat ali for 8 to 12 days, and then switch to butea superba for an approximately equal time span. After the butea superba comes again the tongkat ali, and then again the butea superba, and so on, without ever letting testosterone go down to base level.

Alternatively, both herbals could be consumed as part of a wider stacking regimen, which eliminates the need for cycling.


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.





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