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



Tongkat ali butea superba stack for better relationships brain chemistry and youthful excitement


By Serge Kreutz

Herbal Health, 2019

I was beyond pick-up artistry even when I wrote the first version of engineeringlove.com more than 20 years ago. Pick-up artistry is for boys. I am a man.

Boys who don't know relationships roam the streets, or cafés, or plazas to find an occasion to rub. Anyway, a crotch is a crotch.

You'll grow out of that, or have grown out of it already.

Too much of the same, and all low quality.

You'll have better relationships in meaningful relationships of at least a few weeks, especially if you can handle jealousy. Testosterone boosters like tongkat ali and butea superba can help you to instrumentalize jealousy.

But be a man, not a boy. Jealousy out of control has led to horrendous crimes, like the acid attack on the Vietnamese girl Le Lan Vy by her fiancé Nguyen Truong Nam Hai which left the girl disfigured for life.


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Unfortunately, the acid (vitriol, sulfuric acid, H2SO4) used in such jealousy attacks is extremely easy to obtain. It is a component of any pipe drainer liquid available in suoermarkets, and even more concentrated in automotive batteries.


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Relationships excitement, including jealousy and pathological jealousy as encountered in acid attacks, and tge opposite of relationships excitement, which is relationships boredom, are not just mental states; they are states of brain chemistry.


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Pathological jealousy is clearly testosterone-driven. And herein lies a danger of highly effective testosterone-boosting stacks based on tongkat ali. Such stacks are for men who can handle the sexually rejuvenating power of jealousy. Such stacks, typically combining tongkat ali with butea superba and possibly krachai dam, are not for young men who potentially become dangerous when traits of jealousy are enhanced by a tongkat ali stack.

On the other hand, most tongkat ali sold as health supplement isn't extract but just root powder, and often it isn't even tongkat ali.

Understanding human behavior as brain chemistry is way superior to analyzing character traits through conventional psychology.



And neuropharmacology will even make existentialist philosophy as outdated as Prozac rendered most psychotherapy obsolete.

No relationships desire? No kick out of getting laid even if there is nothing wrong with the quality of your partner? Orgasms no real satisfaction?

The solution is not yet another theory on the meaning of life.

The solution is practical, it's not even just science but technology.

Fine-tune your brain chemistry with a full tongkat ali stack combining tongkat ali with butea superba, mucuna pruriens, krachai dam, nutmeg, fenugreel, and tumeric ectracts, as well as ton krachai, and you will be amazed just how good relationships still can be. Influence your brain chemistry in the right way, and your orgasms at age 70 will be better than they were at age 17.

No single drug and no single supplement will achieve this, not at high and not at low dosages. The only way you can achieve this is by stacking different pharmacologically active substances, and possibly microdosing a variety of drugs.

The tools to achieve the feat are already with us: tongkat ali, butea superba, mucuna pruriens (velvet beans), krachai dam (black ginger). It's just that people, including MDs aren't aware of them. They don't possess enough knowledge in the matter.

This reminds us of how HAART therapy conquered AIDS. The drugs were already known when many people still succumbed to the disease. Why? Because physicians didn't know how to combine them to maximize their effects.



It's the same with relationships enhancement.

Maybe you bought low-quality tongkat ali. Did you feel a definite difference? I mean, the following time when you had relationships?

I mean: a definite difference. Not sure?

You can get much more out of tongkat ali if you stack with butea superba, mucuna pruriens, and krachai dam.

This will work for most people. But if you want more than that, and if you have the means, hire me as personal consultant.

I can tell you how to handle your brain chemistry. This may involve prescription drugs, but no street drugs. There is no expert on the issue, more knowledgeable than me.

I can do it for me, I can do it for you. The best relationships ever. Guaranteed.


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