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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 Competent information on how to achieve better sex


By Serge Kreutz
Follow Serge on Twitter@serge_kreutz


I am an independent writer in a modern world that is defined by the Internet. This is a world where practically everybody can publish his ideas. Not only his ideas but also his sales lines.

I don’t think that the average reader is sufficiently aware of the degree to which information on the Internet is intertwined with economic interests. Information seldom is just an expression of ideas or news. It often also is a tool employed to guide readers to a certain consumer behavior. This has always been the case, but on the Internet, it has become much worse than it has ever been before.

The Internet grew by providing free information. To publish information takes time and costs money. To give away for free a product or a service, the compilation of which has taken time and has cost money, is a luxury few can afford for any length of time.

Political parties can. They have a far-reaching agenda.

And companies can, if the information they provide directs consumers towards buying their products.

I don’t say that this wouldn’t be legitimate. It’s part of capitalism.

When politicians engage information professionals these information professionals operate as spin doctors. And when corporations employ authors to write texts to direct consumers to buy their products, these authors are categorized as copywriters.

And what spin doctors and copywriters produce on the Internet is called spam.

At least 90 percent of the information one finds on the Internet is spam, especially when it comes to sexual enhancement.

I have been a writer for all of my professional life. I started my professional life as a journalist, and I was a low-key journalist for many years. I have also written copy. And I honestly admit that a portion of my work that has been accessible on the Internet was copy.

But I have decided that copy isn’t my line of business. I try to provide quality information because it is so much more satisfying to work on it. I try to offer honest information that is not designed to influence consumer behavior, even if my income in doing so is much less than what I could earn as a full-fledged copywriter.

Or as a professional spammer.

From a letter to a friend:

“I may be a writer, and writing may be a theoretical discipline, but I am also a very practical person. I do not live to be a writer. I am a writer because I have found it to be the most convenient way to earn money without being anybody’s employee, and without being tied down at any specific place, and without needing bulky equipment.

“OK, I also am a writer because I believe that putting down one’s ideas in writing is a great way to organize them. I even admit that I enjoy to communicate to others such ideas that present matters in a more truthful manner than commonly encountered.

“But I don’t hold romantic views of my profession. Writing is less important than living. For me, the former is only a by-product of the latter. I regard many practical issues as more important than writing. Specifically, writing is no substitute for satisfying sexual relationships.”



Tongkatali.org - Tongkat ali strength and mildness


By Serge Kreutz
Follow Serge on Twitter@serge_kreutz



This is an issue that needs clarification.

Strength refers to efficacy.

Mildness is about ingestability.

We use 50 grams of tongkat ali to produce 1 gram of 1:50 extract.

Theoretically, you could swallow 50 grams of root powder in water. The efficacy would be the same as 1 gram of 1:50 extract.

The 50 grams of root powder will be harsh on your digestive tract. Humans are not termites. We cannot digest wood.

Hard to say what health issues may result from ingesting several hundred grams of hard root wood everyday.

Anyway, a person ingesting tongkat ali is not after root wood fiber, but after quassinoids and related chemical constituents in tongkat ali root. There are many different quassinoids in tongkat ali. They are water soluble and heat resistant.

This is a property quassinoids have in common with many chemical substances in the human food chain. Caffeine in coffee and tea are also water soluble and heat resistant. The caffeine doesn’t get lost even if you cook your tea for two hours.

There are many chemical substances in tea. And even of a plant as commonly consumed around the world as tea, not every chemical constituent has been fully researched. For tongkat ali, the knowledge is scant.

Let’s say you want to produce an instant tea like Nestlé does. An instant tea is an extract of tea leaves that comes as a powder that can be dissolved in water (we produce with technologies that have made Nestlé famous) .

You surely have heard of people with digestive issues from tea. You can try it on yourself, too.

Try to brew 2 grams of tea leaves for 3 minutes. You will get most of the caffeine. You most probably won’t have digestive issues drinking it. But you possibly would from eating 2 grams of tea leaves, just as you would from 50 grams of tongkat ali root powder.

Now try to brew the same quantity of tea leaves for 30 minutes. The tea will be darker. There will be many tannins and other dissolved chemical constituents. And that kind of brew will cause heartburn and other irritations for many people.

Now try to use 20 grams of the same tea, and brew it for 3 minutes. You will get 4 times as much caffeine, so this brew is stronger.

At the same time, this brew, in spite of being stronger, is also milder on the digestive tract.

The same would be the case if you dry the two brews. 50 milligrams of powder resulting from 8 grams of tea will be stronger, and at the same time milder, than 50 milligrams obtained from 2 grams of tea.

So here you have an example of an extract that is stronger and milder at the same time.

Our 1:50 extract is like a long-brewed tea. Some people find it harsh on the digestive tract. If 8 grams of 1:50 extract per day is no problem for you, go for that.

Our 1:200 extract is further reduced at a ratio of 1:4. Some of the ingredients that may cause digestive issues with 1:50 are not present. So, ingesting 2 grams of 1:200 is milder than 8 grams of 1:50.

There is nothing in 2 grams of 1:200 that would not also be in 8 grams of 1:50. But of course, 2 grams of 1:200 have more key ingredients than 2 grams of 1:50.


Many plastics are estrogenic - we use a paper bag barrier


Please note that the extract is packaged in double-layer paper bags inside a plastic bottle. Paper bags cannot be sealed the same way as plastic bags. This means that some extract will spill from the paper bags into the space between the paper bags and the plastic bottle.

The paper bags are food grade, and the plastic bottles have been sterilized. Thus, from a perspective of hygiene, the extract that spills from the paperbags into the space between the paper bags and the plastic bottle is just as fit for consumption as is the content of the paper bags.

Why do we use paper bags inside the plastic bottles?

For more than 20 years, our company, Sumatra Pasak Bumi, has been in the business of hormonal enhancement for men.

Many hormonal parameters of men have declined over the past decades. Sperm counts and sperm motility are at historic lows.

The most likely culprit is plastics. Many plastics leach chemicals with estrogenic activity. These can act as androgen disruptors, lowering testosterone levels and impeding fertility.

The worst offender in this regard is a plastic named bisphenol A. It used to be used for plastic water bottles and food containers, but this practice has largely stopped.

However, it's not just bisphenol A leaching chemicals with estrogenic activity. Many other plastics do, though probably at a lower rate.

As a consequence of these scientific findings, we are trying to use as few plastics as possible.

In our factory, we only use equipment and furnishings of stainless steel or glass.

And we use layers of paper bags as interior lining of our plastic bottles to avoid direct contiguity of our ectracts with plastics as much as possible.

It's in the nature of paper bags that they cannot be sealed. Those paperbags that can be sealed partially have thin interior plastic linings or are waxed. This defeats the idea of plastic avoidance, as those linings or waxings are estrogenic just as much as are conventional plastic packagings.

The food-grade unlined, unwaxed paper bags inside the plastic bottles are the best solution we could think of. Some of the extract powder may leak. The leaked powder is as hygienic as the powder in the paper bags. It is up to the user how concerned he is about consumables in contact with plastics.

99.99 percent of all supplements are packaged in plastic bottles, and buyers are not worriex. The leaked powder in our bottles is likely still of a better safety standard than what others traders sell without alternative.


References:

Ben-Jonathan, N., (2018) Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Breast Cancer: The Saga of Bisphenol A Estrogen Receptor and Breast Cancer pp 343-37720 Cancer Drug Discovery and Development Retrieved from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

García-Córcoles, M.T.D, Cipa, M., Rodríguez-Gómez, R. Rivas, A., Olea-Serrano, F., Vílcheza, J.L., Zafra-Gómez, A. (2018) Determination of bisphenols with estrogenic activity in plastic packaged baby food samples using solid-liquid extraction and clean-up with dispersive sorbents followed by gas chromatography tandem mass spectrometry analysis Talanta Volume 178, Pages 441-448 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Liu, B., Lehmler, H.J., Sun, Y., Xu, G., Sun, Q., Snetselaar, L.G., Wallace, R.B., Bao, W. (2019) Association of Bisphenol A and Its Substitutes, Bisphenol F and Bisphenol S, with Obesity in United States Children and Adolescents. Diabetes & Metabolism Volume 43 Issue 1 Pages:59-75 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Moon, M.K. (2019) Concern about the Safety of Bisphenol A Substitutes Diabetes & Metabolism Volume 43 Issue 1 Pages:46-48 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Silva, J,P.A., Ramos, J.G., Campos, M.S., Lima, D.S., Brito, P.V. A. Mendes, E.P., Taboga, S. R., Biancardi, M. F., Ghedini, P. C., Santos, F.C.A. (2019) Bisphenol-S promotes endocrine-disrupting effects similar to those promoted by bisphenol-A in the prostate of adult gerbils. Reproductive Toxicology Volume 85, Pages 83-92 Tongkatali.org Bibliography



Kaempferia parviflora (krachai dam) for relationships prowess and sports


By Serge Kreutz
Follow Serge on Twitter@serge_kreutz


Maybe it’s no coincidence that kaempferia parviflora is a plant with a very limited geographic reservoir. It is found only in Thailand, quite possibly the sexiest country in the world.

Thai cuisine uses rhizomes more than any other the cuisine of any other country. Rhizomes like ginger, tumeric, galangal give an authentic taste to most Thai dishes.

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Kaempferia parviflora is a rhizome, and extremely rare in the wild. And we do mean “extremely”. Would this rhizome plant not have been cultivated in Thailand as a medicinal plant, it would probably long have been extinct.

The name of the plant, kaempferia, suggests some connection to martial arts, and a German-speaking botanist in naming it. Kaempfer is German for Fighter.

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And indeed, one could not find a kickboxing camp in Thailand where krachai dam (kaempferia parviflora) wouldn’t be widely consumed.

Is there scientific evidence? Of course, there is.

Kaempferia parviflora is a phosphodiesterase inhibitor, not just of phosphodiesterase class 5 like sildenafil, tadalafil, and vardenafil, but also of class 6 phosphodiesterase.

Phosphodiesterase acts on blood vessels, inhibiting constriction. For the organ, this causes an erection. And for the kickboxer, it causes an increased blood supply to about every muscle of the body. Obviously, increased blood vessel diameter means increased blood supply, and increased blood supply means more oxygen for every muscle.

And this is exactly what trainers in Thai kickboxing camps promise. Every blood vessel fully saturated.

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Not that kickboxers only appreciate this physiological effect of kaempferia parviflora.

The herbal is not yet on the list of the World Anti-Doping Agency, so, as word spreads, expect some professional cyclists participating at the Tour de France to develop a marked preference for Thai cuisine. Or how about a Thai cycler riding down the Champs Ellysee in a yellow jersey.

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And then there are bodybuilders who, in cutting cycles, just struggle to achieve just this for esthetic endeavors: relaxed blood vessels that show on the surface of the skin.

Clearly, kaempferia parviflora (krachai dam) has enormous potential.



Cytotoxic effects of the root extracts of Eurycoma longifolia Jack

M. Y. Nurhanan L. P. Azimahtol Hawariah A. Mohd Ilham M. A. Mohd Shukri (First published: 29 November 2005)

Abstract

The methanol, n‐butanol, chloroform and water extracts obtained from the root of Eurycoma longifolia Jack were assayed using methylene blue assay to evaluate its cytotoxic effect against KB, DU‐145, RD, MCF‐7, CaOV‐3, MDBK cell lines. The results showed that all the root extracts except the water extract of E. longifolia produced significant cytotoxic effect on these cell lines. However, no significant cytotoxic effect was detected on MDBK (kidney) normal cell line. 9‐methoxycanthin‐6‐one, an alkaloid, was detected in each extract with different intensities by reversed‐phase high performance liquid chromatography. Copyright © 2005 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

https://doi.org/10.1002/ptr.1759




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For us at Sumatra Pasak Bumi, privacy in the age of the Internet is a major concern, and we greatly welcome the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

We have always been dedicated to privacy protection. The snooping and spooking of all and everybody is a pest. It’s not just the NSA and every large search engine and browser (we recommend Duckduckgo for searches and as browser), but even minor businesses that do their databases and customer profiling in hope of McDonald's style do-you-want-fries-with-that cross sales.

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