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(More than 500 articles about tongkat ali and better physical relationships in general)



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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