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Sexual enhancement with a tongkat ali stack and meaning in life


By Serge Kreutz

To put this article into focus before I go into details:

This article deals with meaning in male, not female life. I don't subscribe to the political-correctness paradigm that male and female meaning in life, and, more specifically, male and female sexuality, are the same.

I believe that men are genetically programmed to seek, in principle, sexual satisfaction more so than females, and male sexual interest is naturally broader than female sexual interest. "Broader" means: directed towards more than one, or even just a few, female objects.

Sufficiently successful men can pursue such goals but, unfortunately, they will eventually meet their limitations.

Not supply-side limitations but their own biological limitations. Both sexual interest and sexual capacity will sooner or later be fading.

When you were a boy in his teens, or a young man in his 20s, you couldn't imagine yourself as not being sexually interested, and sexually ready, whenever the opportunity arises.

But then came your midlife crisis, or male menopause.

Things just didn't or don't work anymore as they used to.

What is to be done?

The solution for the most talented in world history was to become pious. Whether the holy Augustine or the even holier Buddha: when sex is no longer a kick, you can always turn a shortcoming into a virtue.

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That was before modern science. Science, and it's practical off-shot, technology, have a different approach.

The intellectual task is not to find a religious or philosophical explanation for a reality as we experience it. The task is to modify reality to fit whatever goals we have set.

Or, with Karl Marx:

The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it. (Theses on Feuerbach, 1845)

Visit Highgate Cementary in North London. The statement is engraved on his tombstone.

OK, Karl Marx didn't have THIS in mind, not at all. It fits nevertheless.

There are many prophets, even major ones, and numerous philosophers, mostly minor editions, who have though that seeking sexual pleasure is a dead end.

But the point is (of science and technology) to find a practical solution to avoid the dead end. Or, to engineer optimal sex, whatever your age. Sex as it was when you were in your teens and twenties.

To start with, your moods (emotional states), desires (including those sexual), your kicks (including satisfaction from intercourse), and even your lofty ideals (on romantic love, family sense, and responsibility) all are primarily brain chemistry. Keep this in mind before getting involved with comprehensive systems of thought like religions or ideologies.

Neuroscience reigns supreme, and neuropharmacology is its very practical extension.

When you were a young man, you knew what life was about. The pursue of sexual opportunities.

And as long as this was clear to you, you never suffered depression, nor boredom, nor melancholy.

Midlife crisis, as early as in your thirties, is or were when things are no longer that clear. Maybe you got married. And that was good, sexually, for some time. But the zest is gone.

Marriage still has its benefits. It's better to manage a household together. And maybe you have children to raise.

But all of this is no substitute for the meaning-providing pursue of sexual joy.

So, how to proceed?

Reality isn't the problem. The problem is all in your mind. In your brain, to be more precise.

You could be in the most miserable of conditions. Incarcerated in solitary confinement in a rat-infested, filthy dungeon. But if you are on enough dopamine, you feel just great.

The problem isn't with reality, it is with your perception.

And even though the technologies at our hands at this time are really still very crude, the level of your sexual interest, and the kick you get out of having sex, and an orgasm, can be modified, for the better or the worse, by pharmacologically working on brain chemistry. The approach doesn't have to be as radical as street drugs like ecstasy or met or morphine.

But it can be more than just sildenafil citrate, a proven erectile facilitator.

This is why a modern approach to life should incorporate herbal extracts with an ancient reputation for being aphrodisiacs.

The most prominent of those, of course, is tongkat ali, shown in numerous scientific studies to enhance testosterone and sexual parameters.

But there are more.

Butea superba, for example, with effects quite similar to those of tongkat ali.

Then there is Mucuna pruriens (velvet beans), quite unique in its direct influence on brain dopamine levels which control mood and libido.

Other herbals to add to a sexual enhanvement stack would be Kaempferia parviflora (krachai dam) and Boesenbergia rotunda (ton krachai), both of which are low-affinity phosphodiesterase inhibitors.

Mind you, sildenafil is a high-affinity phosphodiesterase inhibitor.

All three of them, the herbals Kaempferia parviflora and Boesenbergia rotunda, as well as the pharmaceutical sildenafil citrate (and a few more) are ligands. They bind to cell proteins to cause a certain physiological response.

Sildenafil citrate as a ligand is a high-affinity phosphodiesterase inhibitor. Many drugs are high-affinity ligands. Any supplied small dosage will bind to the adressed receptors with certainty, and assert the effect for which it has been supplied.

Whether low-affinity ligands have the desired effect, is less certain. Typically, there are a number of co-factors, such as competing ligands, as well as genetic determinants.

By and large, low-affinity ligands are a more gentle approach to impacting physiology. Their binding to receptors is easier to revert. Their is less risk of major site effects from the ligand-receptor bind, as the body's own feedback system can regulate effects.

For low-affinity ligands, dosages typically need to be larger, and prolonged intake is often necessary.

Kaempferia parviflora (krachai dam) and Boesenbergia rotunda are low-affinity ligands of the phosphodiesterase inhibitor class. Comparatively high dosages have an effect similar to sildenafil citrate.

However, while sildenafil citrate and comparable pharmaceuticals have a rather unpleasant side-effects profile (headache, even a risk of stroke, even exitus), low affinity ligands are usually not associated with such severities.

With low-affinity ligands, it is hard to predict who will react as hoped for, and who won't feel much effect.

Even with standard pharmaceuticals, there always are people who develop sensitization, and others who develop tolerance (diminished response).

As responses to generous amounts of herbal supplements are highly individual, there is, for every person by himself, no way to know other than trying.

Conventional wisdom dictates that first- and second-day dosages should be minimal, just to exclude the possibility of an allergic reaction.

Furthermore, stacking herbals would be the most sophisticated maintenance regimen. Start the day with tongkat ali (Eurycoma longifolia), then, in two-hour intervals, add Mucuna pruriens, Kaempferia parviflora, Butea superba, Boesenbergia rotunda, before starting all over with tongkat ali.

After some time, you will know which of the five herbals has the clearest effect on you. And then, you can device your own schedule to better sex. No need for metaphysics.


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