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



Any man deeply involved with relationships enhancement will likely develop an ideology that allows relationships adventures (Your life according to tongkat ali, part one)


By Serge Kreutz


The opinions each man holds are a reflection of that persons interests. Or, with Karl Marx: It is not the consciousness of men that determines their being, but, on the contrary, their social being that determines their consciousness.

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Marx wasn't complete. Because it's not only our social existence which shapes our consciousness. Many biological parameters also do: the degree of our relationships agitation, the level of our fear, and, last not least, the state of our health.

But what Marx was correct about, is this: our consciousness is not a foundation on which we judge the world. Our consciousness is but a product of our life circumstances.

A 50-year old man with a strong libido, effected by a stack of tongkat ali, butea superba, mucuna pruriens, and krachai dam, will hold other opinions about life than a 50-year old man who has lost all interest in relationships.

A man who has lost all interest in relationships will likely believe that it is normal for a normal man his age to no longer be interested in relationships. He will likely advocate a society which emphasizes other aspects of life, rather than relationships satisfaction.

Tongkat ali and other herbal used for relationships enhancement, such as butea superba, mucuna pruriens, kaempferia parviflora, and boesenbergia rotunda definitely make men sexually adventurous. Relationships enhancement will lead many, but not all men to a lifestyle as controversial as that of pickup artists. Many men on tongkat ali or a tongkat ali stack will not stay committed to monogamous relationships.

Sexuality-enhancing men will likely develop certain philosophical, even political, views not for reasons of principle but because they will likely be associated with easier relationships opportunities.

Take for example the concept of personal freedom.

For men who optimize relationships with tongkat ali et al, a high degree of personal freedom is conducive to scoring in relationships adventures.

Unfortunately, the more developed human societies become, the more is personal freedom curtailed. It is a direct offshoot of the modes of production of humanity at its current stage. Available technologies make a higher degree of governmental control possible, so control exists.

At the same time, modern communication technologies produce a widespread distribution of knowledge, even to people with limited intellectual capabilities.

Control technologies and information distribution technologies in modern democracies lead to many nitwitted government policies, and to freedom-limiting control.

People may dream about intellectual elites imposing personal freedom, Plato-style. That has a dim chance.

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Or anarchists implementing non-governmental rule. The practical experience has been that grassroot-regulations are even more controlling.

Or radical libertarians doing away with a lot of government involvement. But their focus is capitalist freedom, not personal freedom, and because of conservative inclinations among libertarians, it is unclear what amount of relationships freedom would be available under their rule.

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The best bet for personal freedom is chaos. Not the creation of societies of personal freedom, but the dismantling, even destruction, of societies of freedom-limitating control. In an environment of conflict and chaos, people have other problems than controlling male relationships behavior, and men who enhance sexuality with tongkat ali and other herbals will have a higher chance of meeting relationships opportunities which would not be available in an environment of social control.

POWER OR ANONYMITY

In a society, large or small, with an absolute ruler who may be a king, a dictator, a warlord, or a mafia boss, the ruler presumably enjoys a maximum of personal freedom. He is also in danger of being assassinated, or simply murdered.

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A society may be ruled in an authoritarian manner, but only if there is a sense that the way it is ruled is beneficial to many will there be general contentment, and thus a low level of conflict, and good public safety.

Being a dictatorial leader, or even a mafia boss, may have its pleasures, for some time, but the likelihood of something else, rather than a comfortable death is high. Personal freedom isn’t guaranteed for the man on the top, too. Too many security guards of ultimately doubtful loyalty, and too much attention from subjects, and nowadays the international community.

In the modern world, personal freedom requires anonymity, the more the better.

Liberty dependeth on the Silence of the Law

Our tongkat ali ideology has nothing in common with the 19th century dreamers who believed that with the abolition of states, mankind would enter a paradise of mutual aid.

Furthermore, the ideology of men enhancing sexuality with tongkat ali is totally different from the beliefs of labour union activists of the 20th century who seriously thought that private property is the sole culprit for everything evil in this world.

Our tongkat ali ideology is closer to Thomas Hobbes, who (in the 17th century) reasoned that the function of state power is to prevent and control physical violence among the members of a society (a night-watchman state), and that, apart from that, as he write in his Leviathan: “Liberty dependeth on the Silence of the Law.”

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An intellectual avant-garde imposing personal freedom

Imposed freedom has a long history.

Plato considered rule by philosophers who imposed their wise decisions upon citizens way superior to democracy.

During the age of enlightenment in Europe, civil liberties were, in many cases, not taken by those who later enjoyed them, but granted by rulers like Napoleon or Prussia's Frederic the Great who were influenced by philosophers like Voltaire or Kant.

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After World War II, constitutions were imposed on Germany and Japan which embedded a high degree of personal freedom.

On the other hand, there has been a definite trend over the past few decades for democratic political systems to curtail the personal freedom of those ruled.

The fault is with democracy itself. Voters, once they have gained self-confidence, are always more likely to express negative, rather than positive sentiments in elections.

More freedom will not be achieved anytime soon by giving a majority of people with limited intellectual capacities ever more power over the political fate of a country.

That an intellectual avant-garde, elected or not, imposes freedom is a much more distinct possibility than more personal freedom resulting from ever more democracy.

If the intellectual avant-garde is in power only for a limited period of time, then its legacy should be a constitution that strongly limits the power of subsequent parliaments and governments to curtail the freedom of those ruled.


Moral-values philosophy

On a social level, morals are a representation of a society’s modes of production. On a personal level, morals are a representation of an individual’s biological interests. What morals never are, is a result of independent philosophical contemplation.

There are no logical moral values. It’s as simple as this. All moral values are perceived values. They are highly arbitrary. The moral values of current democratic societies are no more correct than the moral values of slave-holding ancient Rome, or of a cannibal Melanesian society 200 years ago. They are just different.

Moral relativism

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_relativism

That the moral values of ancient societies were different from current moral values is greatly related to the fact that the modes of production in ancient societies were different. Because our social existence determines our consciousness, including what we consider moral and not moral, living in different forms of societies (which are based on different modes of production) will result in holding different moral views.

In a Marxist view, morals are part of a society's superstructure.

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Historical Materialism

http://www.age-of-the-sage.org/philosophy/history/marx_historical_materialism.html

That all moral values are just a matter of personal choice is an element of Sarte’s existentialism, which in itself is a form subjectivated materialism. Sartre’s way of saying that existence precedes consciousness is that existence comes before essence.

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“Sartre stressed individual moral responsibility over structural causation but without denying the importance of the latter.”

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/sartre/ On the other hand, Sarte tried a synthesis of humanism (for which self-determination is a central concept) and materialism.

“Though critical of its bourgeois variety, Sartre does support an existentialist humanism the motto of which could well be his remark that ‘you can always make something out of what you’ve been made into”.”

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/sartre/

This, of course, supports the assumption that morals are arbitrary, even though it ads a humanistic dimension of responsibility.

The moral values of current democratic societies may be of a more gentle (and humanistic, and more humane) kind than those of slave-holding Rome or Melanesian cannibals. But we better be prepared that the moral values that are commonly accepted today will feel as outmoded to humans who live a few hundred years from now as the moral values of slave-holding Rome or Melanesian cannibals feel outmoded to most people now.

Comparing the complexity of the law applied in modern societies with the relative simplicity of the law of primitive societies, we can conclude that today’s moral values are more sophisticated. But the more sophisticated moral values become, the more difficult it is to recognize that they are just as arbitrary as simple moral values.

With no quantity of moral sophistication, and not by creating ever more complex ethical and legal systems, will we be able to overcome the most basic dilemma: that there is no philosophical or biological basis why any kind or form of ethics should be preferable in principle to any other kind or form, or, for that matter, to the absence of all kinds or forms of ethics.

But while there may not be a philosophical or biological one, there may well be a practical basis for preferring a complex and gentle moral system over a more simple and brutal one: that we prefer a peaceful society over a violent one.

The initial conclusion that there are no logical moral values per se is closely related to the cognition that, for however long we may be able to extend the human lifespan, the individual lives of each of us will definitely end with each of our individual deaths. No rebirth, no afterlife. And regardless of how long we live, when measured to the logical endlessness of time, each of us just exists for an infinitely short moment. But when we are dead, we are gone forever.

It doesn’t matter whether we were “good” or “bad”. When we are dead, there will be no reward and no punishment.

But for as long as we do occupy the surface of this planet, it makes sense to stay out of trouble. It is only natural that we do not want to become the victims of crime, and that we do not want to become the victims of so-called justice, being incarcerated by authorities, or murdered by the institutions of states that perceive truth in moral values which we know are fictitious.

So, as moral values are fantasies, what is real.

At the core of our existence are biological parameters, not ethical ones. Our interests in shelter and food, our illogical desire to live and not to die, our fear of pain and sorrow. And most of all: our plain relationships urges.

As argued above, in a social context, the moral values of specific societies always are a representation of the modes of production of the respective societies.

On a personal level, the moral values of any given individual who professes to possess moral values are, more than anything else, a representation of that persons biological interests, specifically his or her relationships interests.

This is why men who have problems competing for relationships success in pluralistic market economies will typically subscribe to moral values that allocate just one woman to every man. Such moral values, they feel, will guarantee them their fair share of one woman each (because promiscuity is restricted).

Biological, relationships interests are also the emotional force behind the fact that older and less attractive women in pluralistic market economies always tend to uphold stricter moral rules than young and beautiful women. The stricter the moral rules, the easier for older and less attractive women to fend off the competition of those who are younger and more beautiful.

There are many other facets of how the modes of production determine the moral values people subscribe to (if indeed they do subscribe to any), such as the ability to control sexually transmitted disease.

And there are ongoing sophistications in the human modes of production which will have a major impact on relationships morals, such as our emerging capability to produce, via cosmetic surgery, for both women and men, a lifelong youthful appearance.

Such modes of production, or technologies will allow those individuals who are economically successful (and possess the intellectual capacity to be just that) to also remain the physically most attractive, whatever their age.

Educated women who are, chronologically, 50 years old, but look as if they were 25, and thus maintain the highest relationships market value, do not have to make an intellectual escape into feminist morals that deplore sexist attitudes in our societies. Instead, they will profit from these sexist attitudes.



Tongkatali.org - Multivitamins - save your money for better purchases


By Serge Kreutz



As scientific research into nutrition progresses, micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals are receiving more and more attention. They do so not only among scientific researchers but also from health-conscious consumers.

Furthermore, awareness is pushed for the purpose of marketing. The sale of nutrients in the form of pills is big business. On the Internet, lots of advertorial pseudo-information is disseminated. Fact is, for the vast majority of micronutrients, healthy food is by far the best source.

Supplements, by and large, are justified for specific, therapeutically active phytochemicals not found in standard food items. Tongkat ali (eurycoma longifolia) has contains phytochemicals that have been proven scientifically to raise testosterone levels and be useful as malaria prophylaxis, and sirih leaves contains phytochemicals that cause a shrinkage of the vaginal lining.

Alas, sirih leaves make a poor salad, and tongkat ali root is so bitter, it is consumed by millions of men (and an increasing number of women) in Southeast Asia and China not for its Lucullan potential but for the additional relationships potency it provides.

For sirih leaves and tongkat ali, extracts in capsule form make sense. I can even understand people taking vitamin E or vitamin C in the form of tablets. But what is commonly sold as multivitamins and minerals is making a fool of the buyer. This is the case because multivitamins typically combine a very wide range of ingredients, most of which are not needed as supplements. Of those that do make sense as supplements, the amounts found in multivitamin capsules are mostly irrelevant.

Here a rundown of typical ingredients and our comments on them. We start with those ingredients that make some sense... though one better chooses these ingredients as separate products, and if possible, gets them from food sources:

The sensible

Selenium - this is often the most useful ingredient in multivitamins. 200 mcg per day is what we should consume as dietary intake. Selenium protects against some cancers. If you prefer natural sources, two or three brazil nuts a day will get you enough selenium, and you don't have to worry about harmful chemistry in pills.

Beta-carotene - health guru Dr. Weil recommends 25,000 IU a day; multivitamins typically provide about 5,000 to 10,000 IU. If you eat some tomatoes and carrots, you get a fair share of beta-carotene.

Some B-vitamins as supplements make sense. You can't do much wrong by taking them.

Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine) - multivitamins typically provide 10 to 25 mg; much higher doses (several hundred milligrams a day) have been tried as remedy for arthritis, premenstrual pain, depression and a few other conditions. According to Dr. Weil, high doses will increase the instance of remembered dreams.

Niacinamide, a form of Niacin (vitamin B-3) - multivitamins provide something in the range of 50 to 100 mg per pill; higher doses are used to lower cholesterol but there is some risk of an adverse liver reaction.

Zinc - this mineral is important for prostate health, and many men are alleged not to get enough of it. The best food sources for zinc are oysters (one may want to avoid them because of likely contamination through poisoned ocean waters) and meat. Vegetarians, unless they eat nuts regularly, are much more likely than meat consumers to suffer from zinc deficiency. Multivitamins often provide 15 mg, which is the Recommended Dietary Allowance per day. For a stressed prostate, about 30 mg a day are taken as support.

Copper - this is a mineral that should somehow be in proportion with zinc, in an amount that equals about 10 percent of the zinc taken. Multivitamins often provide about 2 mg; there is nothing wrong with this. If you get your zinc from mixed nuts, you will also have taken care of your copper needs.

The unnecessary

Vitamin B-1 (thiamine) - multivitamin products often contain around 25 mg, which is generous. Some people, especially those abusing alcohol, may feel a bit more energetic when taking vitamin B-1 in doses of more than 100 or 200 mg but specific effects are so diffuse that a necessity for supplementation does not exist in most individuals.

Vitamin B-2 (riboflavin) - look at the label of your multivitamins bottle, and you may learn that each pill gives you 25 mg riboflavin. Health guru Dr. Weil: "Riboflavin (vitamin B-2) is a yellow pigment, which is what turns the urine bright yellow when you take a B-complex supplement. This is harmless, but can be upsetting if you don't know the cause. I do not know any reason to take this vitamin separately."

Vitamin B-12 (cobalamin), Vitamin B-5 (Pantothenic Acid), Folic Acid - Many multivitamin products provide amounts that make a fair share of what is considered a sensible amount of these vitamins consumed per day, but the benefits of taking these vitamins as supplements is not clear for healthy individuals. For those recovering from illnesses, physicians often prescribe B-vitamins; at least, they do no harm, unlike many pharmaceuticals, which may also not really be needed but are prescribed by many doctors, because they feel that patients aren't happy if they are not ordered to take a variety of pills.

Biotin - multivitamins are likely to contain about 300 mcg per capsule. While we may not get enough biotin from the foods we eat, biotin in sufficient amount is produced by intestinal bacteria, which are part of the flora of healthy people. Only when a lot of antibiotics have been taken, and the normal intestinal flora has been killed, is there a need to take supplemental biotin. Because of specific enzymatic processes, there may exist a biotin deficiency in individuals who eat a lot of raw eggs. For others, biotin supplementation is truly unnecessary.

Manganese - you may find that you get about 5 mg of manganese from your multivitamins, specified as manganese gluconate. Ask your health food sales clerk or even your pharmacist what benefit you will derive from the manganese in your multivitamins. They will have a hard time to answer this question. It may be good for something, as anyway, trace amounts of manganese are found in many foods we eat. But it's clearly unnecessary as supplement.

The obsolete

The following ingredients of multivitamins are typically provided in such irrelevant amounts that one may just as well go without the supplementation:

Vitamin C - multivitamin pills often provide just around 100 mg; therapeutic or prophylactic dosages are in the range of 1 to 5 grams per day.

Vitamin E - multivitamins may provide 50 to 100 IU; most health benefits of vitamin E supplementation kick in at dosages of 400 to 800 IU.

Calcium - the officially Recommended Dietary Allowance per day is about 1 gram (1000 mg). If your multivitamins provide 25 or 50 mg, they just mixed it into the formula so they could print calcium on the label. The calcium amounts of some common foods: 100 gr oats - 52 mg; 100 gr chocolate - 191 mg; 100 gr sardines in tomato sauce - 240 mg; 100 gr oranges - 40 mg (47 kcal).

Magnesium - found in multivitamin products at around 10 mg. The officially Recommended Dietary Allowance per day for men 25 to 50 years of age are 350 mg. Therefore, 10 mg are an absolutely irrelevant amount. The kidneys very well regulate magnesium levels. The magnesium contents of some foods: 100 gr oats - 148 mg; 100 gr chocolate - 60 mg; 100 gr sardines in tomato sauce - 34 mg; 100 gr banana - 29 mg (92 kcal); 100 gr oranges - 10 mg (47 kcal).

Potassium - multivitamins may provide just some 5 mg per day, an absolutely irrelevant amount. The minimum daily requirement is 2000 mg, and an average American diet contains 2000 mg to 6000 mg. The potassium contents of some common foods: 100 gr oats - 350 mg; 100 gr chocolate - 385 mg; 100 gr sardines in tomato sauce - 341 mg; 100 gr banana - 396 mg (92 kcal, no other minerals in significant amounts); 100 gr oranges - 181 mg (47 kcal)

Choline Bitartrate - you may find 25 mg in multivitamin pills, which is an irrelevant amount; one egg already gives you about 250 mg choline.

PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid) - multivitamin pills often contain around 25 mg of this substance, of which common consumers have no idea what it may be good for. It's not necessary as a supplement as intestinal bacteria produce PABA. 25 mg also are an irrelevant amount; therapeutic dosages are several 100 mg, e.g. for hair growth.

The unwanted

While the substances listed above are largely unnecessary, your multivitamins may also contain substances, which you don't want to ingest if you care about your health.

Iron - whether iron supplementation through multivitamins or iron supplements makes sense, is primarily a question of age and gender. As bleeding depletes iron reserves, women before menopause may derive some benefit from supplemental iron. For men in developed countries, it's rather a question of how to avoid too much iron. Unlike what is the case for minerals like calcium or potassium, there is no common route by which excess iron would be excreted from the body. It has to happen through bleeding, which is why donating blood is a healthy practice for some men. Too much iron intake will cause excessive iron storage in the liver and other organs. This is a condition called iron overload disease or hemochromatosis, with symptoms similar to diabetes. Iron overload may also interfere with sexuality and specifically may caused erectile dysfunction.

Vitamin D - many multivitamins contain 200 to 400 IU. More than 400 IU per day should be avoided. If you get some exposure to sunshine every day, you don't need Vitamin D at all.

Chromium - your multivitamins may contain 200 mcg of chromium, specified with the abbreviation GTF for Glucose Tolerance Factor. The following is an excerpt from a Reuters item dated March 23, 1999: "The popular dietary supplement chromium picolinate may damage DNA, possibly increasing the risk of cancer, a University of Alabama researcher reported at the American Chemical Society's annual meeting in Anaheim, California."

Molybdenum - your multivitamins may contain 150 mcg, specified as "natural molybdate". With molybdenum, the problem is usual one of toxicity rather than deficiency. Gout is a common health problem associated with too high a dietary intake of molybdenum.



Tongkatali.org's Impotence or erectile dysfunction


By Serge Kreutz


Impotence is now medically referred to as erectile dysfunction. But impotence is more than just erectile dysfunction. It is lost maleness.

Impotence is a condition much more complicated than most diseases. Many diseases are single-cause conditions.

A specific virus causes the flu or hepatitis, and specific bacteria cause tuberculosis. Many other conditions are, by and large, single-symptom diseases. A broken bone, a cataract of the eye, or the shingles are easy to diagnose. There are clear symptoms that usually apply to just that health problem. Erectile dysfunction cannot be defined like this.

While “erectile dysfunction” has become the term of choice among doctors and educated patients, it’s probably less accurate a description of what’s wrong than the old word “impotence”. “Erectile dysfunction” is a technical term, and it sounds much less embarrassing than “impotence”.

But the general idea of lost maleness carried by the word “impotence” actually describes more precisely the implication of the condition discussed here. Impotence is more than just erectile dysfunction… it may or may not be a blood-vessel insufficiency. But it may also be a loss of desire regulated by a certain neurotransmitter balance. It may have hormonal or psychological causes, or it may be a problem of sympathetic and parasympathetic nerve impulses. Erectile dysfunction, a lack of erection, is just a part of the condition impotence. Assuring an appropriate blood pressure in the male relationships organ does not solve the problem. That’s why erection injections and erection pumps (see youtube here) are not satisfactory by themselves. An erection without desire is a waste of effort (and money), and desire without the capability of a definite orgasm results in frustration rather than satisfaction.



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 Freedom housing


By Serge Kreutz


We are all fascinated by freedom, and freedom is the most valuable good in a person's life.

That is why we start dreaming when we read about men who walk the world on foot or ride it on a bicycle, equipped with just a tent.

They forgo a lot of comfort, but they have freedom.

We are one step up. Our concept provides sufficient comfort to at least sleep well in one's own bed in addition to freedom.

To sleep well, you need a room, not a tent. The room does not have to be big, but it has to shelter from cold, heat, and animals including mosquitoes. It also has to shelter from thieves, and it has to afford enough privacy. And there must be basic facilities for personal hygiene. Walking the world with a tent is romantic, but having to find a place in the countryside where to relieve oneself is not.




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