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

Sexual stimulation and release is what gives your life meaning

By Serge Kreutz

You can turn it any way you want it. You won't find a better answer on why you should continue to be alive.

You are going to die anyway. And you'll be lucky if it won't be a shitty death.

Shitty ways to die are numerous. Being killed by other humans in a cruel manner, especially.

Being burned alive is pretty cruel. The IS does that with captured pilots. And in Indonesia, a country famous for tongkat ali, so-called mob justice is extremely common. Mobs in Indonesia often set fire on men accused of any petty transgression. Women never run such a risk. (So much for gender justice.)

If I were to talk comprehensively about the possibly shitty deaths that you and I could suffer, I would never get to write about any more uplifting topics.

So why am I not just concentrating on constructing the most pleasant death for myself (blowing up my brain)?

Because there still is one thing, just one, that I consider worthwhile to be alive for: being lost in endless relationships desire, exploding in orgasms, and sinking into bottomless relaxation.

I know what this feels like. I always remember the few times that I had the best relationships in my life.

It's not always like that. Usually, it's just so-so. Sometimes it's the fault of the woman. But I realize that ultimately, it's in my brain.

Sometimes, I think, give it to me one more time, the best relationships ever, and then I am ready to go forever. Let me die next to a suicide bomber, that would be quick. But I opt against being burned alive, to put it mildly.

So, what can I do to turn normal relationships into mind-blowing relationships?

There aren't many options. Viagra doesn't do it. Mind-blowing relationships is in the brain, not in the genitals.

So, now you have the answer to the question Why tongkat ali? Why butea superba? And why, even better, a combination of both?

Read about marijuana and tongkat ali extract for meaningful relationships


Read a tell-it-all about Indonesian 1:200 extract (and a psychopath on the prowl for killings)

Tongkatali.org - Major US supplement brands just selling fillers

By Serge Kreutz

It’s hard for people in the US to buy genuine, effective relationships enhancement products, such as kaempferia parviflora (krachai dam), butea superba, or tongkat ali.

Sure, herbal supplements are everywhere. But it’s not that you could walk into a shop of a chain supplement supporter, pick a bottle that has krachai dam, butea superba, or tongkat ali printed on it, and then be somebody who enhances the quality of his or her life by balancing hormonal factors.

Because the bottle which says kaempferia parviflora, butea superba, or tongkat ali is likely to either contain none of them, or just absolutely minimal, disregardable, therapeutically useless trace amounts.

People in the know have been saying this about major supplement brands present in US chain stores for two decades, and now it’s official.

As reported in the New York Times and subsequently in all kinds of other media, the New York attorney general has sent a warning letter to Walmart, Walgreens, Target, and GNC to remove junk from there shelves, or face judicial proceedings.

If you want relationships enhancement extracts, buy it from a source in Thailand or Indonesia. Or buy from somebody who can prove, not just claim, that his or her butea superba, kaempferia parviflora, or tongkat ali is from a trustworthy source in Thailand or Indonesia. If ever possible, avoid Singapore for tongkat ali or health supplements in general. You don’t want to mess up your health with bootleg white powders from a kitchen or garage lab in China. They don’t have scruples to poison infants, and they won’t stop before doing so with bodybuilders or relationships-thrill seekers.

Tongkatali.org's Wealth is a golden-cage trap

By Serge Kreutz


On the individual level, too much wealth is not beneficial in any current society. In any current society, if people are really wealthy, their wealth takes away their freedom, in a very practical, or impractical way.

Substantial wealth attracts attention, both politically and by the media, and envy by neighbors and the consumers of mass media. Attention and envy result in social control.

The only real values in life are a comfortable death, and before that, during one’s lifetime, optimal relationships. To possess a luxury villa, even with its own golf course, is no genuine value. Not if it’s a golden cage.

Most very rich men and women, and most famous men and women, have bad relationships. Their richness or fame overly restricts them: paparazzi, or the press in general, take good care that wherever they go, they will behave (because they have a reputation to lose). There are few opportunities of the only kind that matters: new relationships opportunities.

Wealth, in current societies, only is useful if it is hidden wealth. If one can live one’s life without being under surveillance, but have the resources to experiment where one wants to live, or to live parallel lives. But one can not be as rich as Bill Gates, or any other billionaire, and keep one’s wealth a secret. Thus, to be rich is an asset only to a certain point, and after that, in current societies, it becomes a liability.

Known wealth and fame are counterproductive not only for relationships opportunities but also for the primary aspect that really counts in life: a comfortable death.

One may look at poor Ariel Sharon! Any other person they would have permitted to die a comfortable death from such a massive stroke. But Ariel Sharon was kept alive by medical technology because he was an important politician.

He was placed in an artificial coma, and when doctors reduced the amount of sedatives, they proudly proclaimed before TV cameras: Ariel Sharon responds to pain stimuli!

Yes, one can imagine him strapped to the wires of a neurology professor, just like a laboratory chimpanzee, and when the professor sends a voltage through the wires, then they both respond to pain stimuli: the lab chimp and Ariel Sharon after his stroke.

To marry too rich is just as bad as becoming too rich in one’s own right. It’s a circumstance that can easily result in neuroses, which Sigmund Freud tried to cure. Rich, gold-caged wives were Sigmund Freud’s primary patients. The wives of poor men (who were not kept in golden cages) also had problems, but they did not get the mental disorder called neurosis.

Neuroses typically develop in a materially rich environment, which is overly organized. Inappropriately organized. There is a definite connection between the richness of an environment, and the degree to which it is wrongly organized. Organizing an environment requires material resources in the same manner as in physics, any kind of order requires an input of energy.


Unfortunately, whenever a current human society gets richer, it is more likely to organize itself inappropriately rather than in an appropriate manner.

For example in the Muslim world. While there have been poor Muslim societies that also were repressive, the likelihood of repression in Muslim societies by and large is proportional to the degree to which a country has achieved wealth.

Thus, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Brunei are more repressive than Morocco and Indonesia. Repression and social control require resources, which poor countries don’t have.

It’s often better for the citizens if the countries do not have the resources needed to proceed too far on the organizing path.

People usually are not aware of what they want. Furthermore, they often lack the intellectual capacity to understand what is good for them, and for this reason, it is often better if a government, especially a democratically elected one, doesn’t have the material resources to implement too many policies, even of a kind the people presumably want.

One can meet many Saudi Arabian men who are so frustrated with the situation in their own country that they regularly go abroad for relationships adventures. But at the same time, they express that they are Muslims, and that Saudi Arabia is organized appropriately along Islamic rules. It’s an anachronism that many Saudi men are not capable of resolving intellectually.

If their country would be poorer, there would be an increased probability that this anachronism would not develop, or at least not develop in as pronounced a manner.

While people want to be protected by a state, they also don’t want to be restricted by a state. For the people, it is often best if a state is just rich enough to protect its citizens, but not rich enough to organize much more.

There are many more cases in which a country’s richness has resulted in an environment less appropriate for happiness, compared with when a country was less rich. Like Singapore.

People used to live in shop houses, often with less than adequate sanitation. These shop houses also functioned as work spaces, and they were so crowded that many activities took place outside the shop houses, in the alleyways.

But the Singaporean government has striven for years to provide modern living quarters for all its citizens, and that’s what they have achieved. Most Singaporeans now live in flats, and the members of the older generation, which used to be accommodated in crowded condition with their children and grandchildren, have been provided with their own units in high-rise apartment blocks. And instead of communicating with their neighbors and taking part in the daily activities in crowded alleyways, they now pass their days alone, watching soaps. What a fine progress! It’s the wealth trap.

But many of these old Singaporeans don’t know what to be discontented with. The Singaporean government watched over the country developing from Third World into First World (that’s how they say it) in about 30 years. That can’t be bad! To be rich can’t be wrong! And the governing political party is reelected with huge majorities every time Singaporeans go to a poll.

Elections! Conventional theory presumes that people know what their interests are, and vote in accordance with their aspirations. But most people cannot articulate, not in words and not even in mental images, what they want, and still much less what is in their genuine interest. Singaporean elders who feel bored in their flats will not understand the wealth trap, and continue to elect the government that made the country rich.

In Southeast Asia, many backpackers prefer the poorer countries: Vietnam over China, Cambodia over Thailand, Indonesia over Singapore. They think that in the preferred countries, the people are friendlier. They do not realize that they like these countries because they are poorer, and this means, most of all: less organized. There is much more charm to the disorganization that comes with poverty than to the order that comes with richness.

There furthermore is a clear tendency that the pleasures which are pursued in poor countries are more genuine than those that are emphasized in rich countries. Because in rich countries, people have money to spend, they are consumers. Consumers are targeted by those who want to sell something.

But industrially manufactured pleasures (ranging from video games to soccer matches, and from Hollywood dramas to TV shows, or from hair styling to show-off cars) are ersatz pleasures. In order for people to be paying consumers of ersatz pleasures, there must be a certain degree of deprivation when it comes to genuine pleasures (relationships satisfaction).

There is a massive commercial interest in desexualizing society, or rather: in attaching “sexuality” to consumer products, rather than letting people have uncomplicated relationships intercourse.

This all contributes to the wealth trap: that people are less happy when they are rich than when they were poor. And less happy in their rich societies than they were when their societies were poorer.

Tongkatali.org's What is aging?

By Serge Kreutz

Aging, from a certain age onwards, is a decline of physical and mental functions.

It partially depends on outside impact (accidents and illnesses caused by external pathogens), and partially is self-regulated (the human body withdraws itself from life).

This article deals only with aging as a result of negative self-regulation.

Negative self-regulation is heavily mediated by the immune system of the human body.

The immune system takes its clues for negative self-regulation from the neurological system which signals to the immune system, on multiple pathways, that time is approaching (for the benefit of the species) to let the next generation take over.

The genetic make-up of human nature may determine that it is in the interest of the species that I, as a human male, vacate my social positions, and the surface of this planet rather sooner than later.

But this is not my individual interest. As long as I can have fun, I want to be around.

Any serious life extension has to take this into consideration: if you want to live longer, you have to intercept the negative self-regulation of the immune system.

And the healthiest way (free of side effects), is by interfering with the negative signaling of the neurological system.

And how do you control the neurological system?

One powerful way to do this is via the psychological system.

This is why a positive attitude towards life has such a great positive impact on a persons immune system, and his or her health.

Go further!

It is the psychological-relationships system of human physiology that has the greatest power over how we feel.

Our greatest capacity to feel well, and positive, is when our minds are engulfed in relationships desire, and after that, during the waves of orgasms.

Because these positive situations recharge our immune system like nothing else, our health is great as long as we have great relationships. No rheumatism, no back aches, no high blood pressure, no cancer (and an endless list of other “no’s”).

So, what practical conclusions we can draw from this if our aim is to slow down aging?

We have to ensure that our relationships lives are as optimal as they can be.

For this reason, I am against all social orders that have a negative impact on my personal relationships life. Such social orders deprive me of better health and bring me closer to death.

On the other hand, I do recognize that the quality of my relationships desires and orgasms considerably depend on my hormonal balances, especially the levels of testosterone.

This is why the only drug in my personal life extension regimen is a substance that up-regulates my testosterone levels.

Actually, it’s not even a drug but a herbal supplement, the testosterone-enhancing effect of which has been well documented in scientific research: tongkat ali

Please be aware that while I am all in favor of elevated testosterone levels, I am totally opposed to exogenous testosterone (testosterone patches, testosterone injections, anabolic steroids).


Because my health, and any life extension I can achieve, depend on whether I have a healthy hormonal system. And supplying exogenous testosterone is the worst interruption that can happen to my endocrine functions. Exogenous testosterone just throws everything out of balance. This is the opposite of what I can achieve with tongkat ali.

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