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



Powerful testosterone boosters can have profound effects on some individuals


By Serge Kreutz



Tongkat ali and butea superba are both testosterone boosters. As such they also elevate dopamine, an important brain neurotransmitter.



On some people, such substances can have profound effects, and some people may even be allergic.

I myself sell the tongkat ali and butea superba extracts of Sumatra Pasak Bumi (tongkatali.org). They have an excellent safety record, with no known major adverse event. If it would be different, I would not sell them.

Nevertheless, I can only advise people to be careful. Of any supplement you buy, professional conventional wisdom is that you take a minimal dosage first as an allergy test.

A minimal dosage could be a quarter of a tablet of which you are advised to take two twice a day.

Allergic reactions are unpredictable, especially for plant extracts, or, more scientifically, phytochemicals.



I know people who are allergic to bananas, and I know people who are allergic to sauerkraut, and people who are allergic to citrus food.

A classic allergic reaction is fast. It often involves the release of histamine, which causes visible symptoms like a runny nose or watery eyes. But a wide array of other fast reactions is possible.



Many pharmaceuticals cause allergic reactions, and the same tendency exists for natural phytochemicals. Be smart... do an allergy test with about as little a quantity as a pinch of salt that you would sprinkle over a fried egg. If you are allergic in a classical sense, you will feel it quickly. And if you are not allergic, simply nothing will happen.

A profound reaction is different from an allergic reaction. Some medications and botanicals are tolerated well by some people, and have extreme effects on others. That's how different we all are.

I myself tolerate tongkat ali and butea superba well. I have a very low tolerance for yohimbe. Even a quarter of a single yohimbe capsule causes me a worrisome tachycardia, and I will not be able to sleep for more than 30 hours after ingesting such a small dosage of yohimbe. But two of my friends sleep just normal after more than double standard dosages (4 yohimbe capsules). They can take ten times more than me, and are not punished with any ill effects.


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Ando T, Kashiwakura JI, Itoh-Nagato N, Yamashita H, Baba M, Kawakami Y, Tsai SH, Inagaki N, Takeda K, Iwata T, Shimojo N, Fujisawa T, Nagao M, Matsumoto K, Kawakami Y, Kawakami T. (2017) Histamine-releasing factor enhances food allergy. Journal of Clinical Investigation, Volume 127 Issue 12 Pages:4541-4553 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Chinthrajah, R.A., Hernandez, J.D., Boyd, S., Galli, S.J., Nadeau, J.C (2016) Molecular and cellular mechanisms of food allergy and food tolerance. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Volume 137, Issue 4, Pages 984-997 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Church M.K. (2017) Allergy, Histamine and Antihistamines. Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology, Volume 241 Pages:321-331. Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Hattori, Yuichi, Seifert, Roland (2017) Histamine and Histamine Receptors in Health and Disease. Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology Springer Retrieved from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Sicherer, H.S., Sampson, H.A. (2018) Food allergy: A review and update on epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, prevention, and management. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Volume 141, Issue 1, Pages 41-58 Tongkatali.org Bibliography p>


Tongkatali.org's What is the Serge Kreutz food philosophy?


By Serge Kreutz


The Serge Kreutz food philosophy is for both dieters and gourmets what Charles Darwin’s principles of evolution are for biologists.

Both change everything.

Just as biology wasn’t the same after Charles Darwin, dieting and gourmet eating are not the same after Serge Kreutz.

You can summarize Charles Darwin in one sentence: different forms of life evolve from previous forms of life by natural and relationships selection.

You can also summarize Serge Kreutz in one sentence: differentiate between the nutrition value and the pleasure value of food, and be selective about what you pass to your stomach.

If the world adopts Serge Kreutz’ food philosophy, there will no longer be obese people.

Obesity is unnecessary and so easy to avoid for anybody who unserstands the Serge Kreutz food philosophy.

At the core is, as mentioned above, the differentiationc between the nutritional value of food, and the psychological (pleasure) component.

Much has been written about the nutritional value of all different foods humans consume. I do not have to add anything to this, except a word of caution: as you aim to be of ideal weight (height in centimeter minus 100, minus 10 percent = weight in kilogram), any food that passes to your stomach has to be of limited quantity (some fruit every day, a few nuts, an egg).

Now, that doesn’t sound very satisfying. And indeed, it is not. It is also not very satiating.

But being overly satiated is negative from any perspective you look at it.

The long-term effect of constantly filling your stomach with foodstuff, and overloading your intestines with content is a myriad of problems associated with being overweight.

But even the short-term effects are no good. Many foodstuffs cause an irritation of the digestive tract, and there is a plethora of unhealthy components in many foods, many over time even with a cancer risk.

Stuffing yourself with food also suppresses testosterone, thus inhibiting libido, and slows down brain function, thus making you less intelligent.

Yeah, but I love food. And you do.

And Serge Kreutz fully recognizes this. According to Serge Kreutz, apart from relationships intercourse, our relationship with food is what makes our lives worth living.

And Serge Kreutz actually encourages you to indulge in food. Copious quantities. Orgies of taste.

Just follow one important advice: don’t discard into your stomach what your mouth enjoys. Discard into a plastic bag. Just drink (and swallow intentionally) plain water after the bolus has passed into a plastic bag.

Yes, you will feel satisfied after such a meal. For satisfaction from food is a quality that comes from the taste of food. And you have taste receptors only in your mouth, and the esophagus and all further organs of food digestion are void of taste receptors (thank God, because chyme tastes horrible, first like vomit, then like shit).

It is obvious that food-related satisfaction is a consequence neither of the nutritional value of food, nor of its effect of loading the stomach and further organs of the digestive tract.

If the satisfaction from food where related to either of the above two, we would all be eating optimally formulated silage, just as hogs.

Come on! Satisfaction from food comes entirely from the taste of food. Nothing else.

It’s in the brain. What we feel in the digestive tract beyond the mouth is satiation, not satisfaction. Even though undersatiation is registered in the brain as hunger, full satiation actually is a handicap on the path to further satisfaction.

Remember your childhood? Having Sunday lunch at your grandma’s? Or a Thanksgiving dinner? Eat as much as you can. Unlimited delicious food. Until you have to admit: I just can’t eat any more! Absolutely full. But you still can lick spoons.

Didn’t you feel just great?

Yes, putting loads of food in your mouth will cause a very positive mood. The uplifting effect is better than that of Prozac (the erectile dysfunction drug for the mind).

Now, if you avoid the satiation from passing food into your stomach, won’t you be eating all day?

Serge Kreutz says No, you won’t. And you can try this yourself.

The correct technique for kreutzing food is to drink (and swallow) some water in between instances of putting food into your mouth, and chewing and discarding it. This, along with the small quantities of food that anyway slide down your esophagus when you roll it in your mouth, is enough to stop any hunger signaling from the stomach.

Certainly, when kreutzing meals, you will put more food in your mouth than when consuming meals conventionally. Enjoy!

But sooner or later, your appetite will subside all by itself. Tastes, when experienced again and again, will lose intensity, and apart from that, there will, sooner or later, be a desire to do something else than eat.

That is when you are satisfied. Even though you are not satiated in the sense that you are burdened. It’s full satisfaction, but satiation only by the water you drink and swallow in between discarding any other content of your mouth into plastic bags.

And you can do this for years. Never feel any food deprivation. And be of ideal weight forever.



Yohimbe and sleep


By Serge Kreutz


For me, the worst side effect of yohimbe is that I cannot go to sleep for at least 20 hours after having ingested even just a small amount of the herbal.

This is not the case for all those who try yohimbe. Some people sleep perfectly normal, even after ingesting yohimbe just two or three hours before retiring. It’s the same group of people on whom yohimbe also doesn’t have much of a relationships effect.

However, in those subjects in whom yohimbe (the root) in dosages equivalent of 5 to 20 milligram yohimbine (the active ingredient) has a pronounced pro-relationships effect, the dosage needed for sleep avoidance is considerably less than the one for pro-relationships effects.

If yohimbe is taken daily, the sleep problem typically is worst on the first day.

My own approach is to take yohimbe on one day, and on the next day not to take any, as I really feel that I need yohimbe-undisturbed sleep in the second night.

Another approach (which I think is inferior because it diminishes the pro-relationships effect of yohimbe) is to take it every day for about a week or two, and then to take a few days off. When I followed this approach, I slept a lot on the off-days, up to 12 hours. On the first off-day, it may even have been 16 hours.

By taking yohimbe in cycles of a week or two, I achieve an almost normal sleep pattern after two or three days. In the first night of such a yohimbe cycle, I usually did not sleep at all. When I was lucky, I did get some sleep before noon on the next day. On the second day, I took my daily yohimbe dosage directly after having had a little sleep (as little as two hours). The next night, I got to sleep at 2 or 3 in the morning, and actually slept for five or six hours. On the third day, I would ingest my yohimbe only a few hours after waking up, to have the ingestion time closer to the most likely time for relationships intercourse. Sleep would still be light, but I could be quite sure that I would get some sleep. On following days, I would have an almost normal sleep pattern, so sleep would be light.

The crux with this approach is that I during such a course, the yohimbe loses its pro-relationships power. This of course defeats the logic of any yohimbe regimen.

I have tried everything I could think of in order to force sleep after taking yohimbe when not having ingested any on the previous day. Nothing really works.

The worst has been melatonin. After having ingested yohimbe, melatonin does nothing to get me to sleep. It just makes me feel drowsed until it is cleared from my system.

Kava-kava doesn’t induce sleep after yohimbe. But it does make me feel more relaxed while still being kept awake by the yohimbe.

A tea that contains valerian helps a little bit in falling and staying asleep after yohimbe usage. It doesn’t work all the time, though. But unlike melatonin, it doesn’t make me feel drowsed when it doesn’t induce sleep.

Valium, on the other hand, does make me feel typically valium-drowsed. It may force sleep for an hour or two, but I don’t find the Valium-induced sleep sufficiently regenerative. I prefer not sleeping for 20 hours after yohimbe ingestion over two hours of Valium sleep.

I have tried one herb that on the occasion of trying it did induce sleep. It also reverted the pro-relationships effect of yohimbe, so I do not see much wisdom in pursuing its use. I cannot even recommend it for inducing sleep, if just for the reason that this stuff is outlawed in many countries (but not the Netherlands). I’m talking about marihuana.

I have seen reports that actually promote marihuana as an aphrodisiac. But I have also read reports on alleged pro-relationships capacities on almost every herb, even such strong anti-relationships herbs as saw palmetto or pygeum. It’s usually obvious why claims to pro-relationships activities are made: people want to sell their wares.

In the case of marihuana, those who seek the weed’s legalization increasingly take the route of promoting the benefits of “medical marihuana” the use of marihuana to treat specific conditions, ranging from eye pain to epileptic seizures.

Wouldn’t it be great if marihuana also were of use to treat relationships dysfunction? As a viable alternative to sildenafil citrate, who would dare to prohibit its pharmacological use?

Fewer people would be enticed to support marihuana legalization if its pharmacological use shall be to dampen a patient’s libido. There are already enough dampeners on the market. Unfortunately, marihuana’s effect on relationships function is exactly this: to dampen it, which is not surprising for a sedative.

After marihuana use, a certain dumbness will engulf one’s body, described as being “stoned”. This dumbness also extends to the primary reproductive organ, making its proper use (and the enjoyment to be derived from that) more difficult.

But, as mentioned above: marijuana has some efficacy in putting you to sleep after yohimbe ingestion. (Don’t plan another round of pleasure after your smoke.)



Tongkatali.org's integrated male relationships success


By Serge Kreutz


Tongkatali.org provides an integrated service for male success, with a focus on East and Southeast Asia. Male success has a lot to do with male sexual success. Tongkatali.org sells sexuality-enhancing herbals with a proven scientific track record. This is our core operation.

But apart from that, Tongkatali.org is dedicated to the sexual success of our customers on a much wider scope.

Tongkatali.org, for example, offers consultation to customers on dental work and cosmetic surgery in Southeast Asia. This service is free for our customers, and can save them a lot of money and protect them from some bad experiences as well.

We often refer to our customers as members. For more than a decade, we have run formal memberships via sergekreutz.com. There were sexual function memberships and sexual opportunities memberships, both priced separately at 250 US dollars each. We have discontinued these, because there simply are too many phony consultation services around which use the same language.

As it stands now, anything related to information is free for members of Tongkatali.org (membership is automatic for those with an order history of 1000 US dollars or more for tangible items, mostly sexuality-enhancing herbals.

Some men are in lifelong exclusive sexual relationships. We respect and congratulate customers to whom this applies.

Most men are not made of such timber. Most men, and a large number of our members, have a profound interest in sexual variety.

For these men, if they are Westerners, East Asia has a lot to offer. Not only is the East Asian approach to physical relationships much more down-to-earth and open to negotiations. The age of men is also of much less relevance, if of any.

Tongkatali.org and Serge Kreutz started out in the early 1980s (around 40 years ago!) with travel guides on Southeast Asia. Unlike standard travel guides, these travel guides already did cover physical relationships. Travel guides nowadays never touch this topic.

Little has changed in Asia in 40 years. Of course, there are better roads, and now there is Internet. And immigration has become more complicated. But the mentality of the people up-country has changed amazingly little.

For members, Tongkatali.org provides free lifestyle advice, tailored for Western men considering moving to East Asia to achieve better physical relationships.

There is more. Tongkatali.org also trades domain names, and our members can rent unique motorhomes designed for Southeast Asian weather and infrastructure. These motorhomes are suited for couples or families going for extended holidays in Southeast Asia, and also for unattached men roaming isolated areas for physical adventures. Mind you: in Asia, the further away you get from modern, urban centers, the better your relationships will be.

Talk to us.!



Tongkatali.org's Good times


By Serge Kreutz


Obviously, the era in which we live is not something we could choose, or decide upon to our liking. However, I sometimes muse over the question how the times from the beginnings of the 1950s to now (incidentally the time of my own life) compares, for relationships self-fulfillment purposes, with earlier times, or with times to come.

I am convinced that not all periods of history have been, are, and will be equally suited for a sexually adventurous lifestyle for a man of European descent.

When I first settled in Southeast Asia, at the beginning of the 80s, Southeast Asia, and even East Asia, was better than it is now. But by all I know about relationships Southeast Asia before my time here, it was still better in the 60s and 70s.

I don't think that, from a relationships perspective, Asia was better before World War II. Or, to be more precise: I don't think that, from a relationships perspective, the world overall was a better place before World War II, for a simple reason: there were no antibiotics.

I am sure that most human societies have developed in a sexually restrictive direction because of infectious, sexually transmitted diseases. In times before the availability of antibiotics to treat syphilis, gonorrhea, or chlamydia, a sexually loose lifestyle almost certainly meant: a pus-clogged urethra, chancroid sores, and a short lifespan. The historic success of sexually restrictive religions certainly had to do with the fact that such societies were much more likely to keep their members uninfected from gonococci, spirochaetae, genital candida, and scabies.

Actually, I suspect that in earlier ages, a good number of the men who became pious after having lived excessively at a younger age, did so because the level of genital infectious damage they had accumulated put further relationships enjoyment out of reach.

Promiscuity flourished in the 1960s and 1970s not because of metaphysical insight that good relationships is the only thing in life worth living for, but because penicillin and emerging other antibiotics made even the wildest promiscuity a health non-risk.

The 1980s saw the emergence of AIDS. Fundamentalist Christians have always preached that this particular disease had been God-sent to punish homosexuals, men who visit prostitutes, or those who engage in other unholy relationships practices. AIDS fits the relationships and social agenda of fundamentalist Christians so nicely that, on the other side of the metaphysical divide, they have blamed the Vatican in cohorts with the CIA to have invented it.

Yes, the Southeast Asia of the 1960s and the 1970s probably had more to offer to the adventuring European or American man than what the region has to offer now.

As there were fewer Western tourists, any Western foreigner received optimal attention.

There also were fewer legal restrictions on relationships conduct than now. Many Southeast Asian countries now have statutes that have been written specifically for the purpose of restricting relationships activities of men from richer countries (just one example: Philippine newspapers are now restricted from running personals for Western men).

No AIDS in the 60s and 70s, and only little anti-relationships legislation in Southeast Asia. Is there nothing that speaks in favor of the decades from the early 1980s to the present time?

While the trend pointed downwards throughout the 80s and 90s, there has been one historic development that is a major plus in favor of the third millennium. Pfizer developed Viagra. As a men in his 50s, I definitely benefit from Viagra for erections. If I would have been born 30 years earlier, I would probably have enjoyed Southeast Asia in the early 60s. However, in the 70s I would already have reached an age of erectile decline. With plenty of relationships opportunities but severely impaired relationships function, I would have been in an awkward situation, indeed.

I conclude that for the simple reason that life wouldn't be the same without Viagra, I am happy with the fact that I didn't live earlier.

For the problem that Southeast Asia today no longer is the Southeast Asia of earlier post-World War II times, I have my own solution (which I am willing to share with site members). The point is that different conditions apply to different countries of Southeast Asia, and sometimes even to different regions within one country.

Southeast Asia overall has developed in a direction that doesn't provide more benefits for European and American men seeking relationships adventures. However, there still are places, which now and today are as good as other places were in the 1960s and 1970s. But one has to know where these places are. This information alone makes it worthwhile to be a Serge Kreutz relationships opportunities member (for details, please mail me).



Wigwam motorhome design for hot climate


By Serge Kreutz


If you view catalogs of motorhomes anywhere, they will impress you with beautiful living room couches and many panoramic windows.

Of course, we could do the same. But we don't.

The designs of Wigwam Motorhomes don’t primarily serve the purpose of being photogenic. Wigwam Motorhomes are designed to make it feasible to live in a motorhome independently, even year round.

There are many features of motorhomes that look impressive when viewed in showrooms or brochures but actually are a nuisance when you use a motorhome for some time.

Some such features:

Carpet floors – it’s inevitable that they will get wet, especially when you step out of the bathroom. And after just a few weeks, your carpet floor will stink.

Panoramic windows – yes, they are impressive in showrooms and brochures, but in practice, they are a nuisance. One of the greatest pleasures of motorhomes in Southeast Asia is to sleep in a quiet place, with open windows, and have the outside air cool the interior of the motorhome. You can’t do this with panoramic windows. You can’t keep them open at night, because it’s a security risk. You can’t even keep them open in the evening while doing activities in the car with light on, such as cooking. Because in the evening, with lights on, and screened windows open, your panoramic window is a life TV screen for the outside world. So, what will you do with your panoramic windows? Keep all of them closed in the evening and at night, and use the air con. That’s like a stuffy hotel room. So, for all the beauty in brochures, in practice, panoramic windows are awkward. Windows should not be a security risk when open. This means it must be impossible for potential attackers to surprise you while you sleep by entering the car through large openings such as panoramic windows. Only jalousie windows are appropriate for motorhomes.




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