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



Tongkatali.org's You can be an alpha male


By Serge Kreutz


You know my philosophy. There is nothing worth living for except to enjoy those moments of bliss which we experience when we have orgasmic relationships with a newly conquered woman or girl who herself is comparatively new to relationships, or only had relationships with very few men. Routine relationships with a steady partner is not a valid substitute. Neither is relationships with prostitutes.

Obviously, this doesn't match democratic mathematics. If I myself, during my lifetime, have relationships with hundreds of girls and young women for whom I am one of the first relationships contacts, or the first definite one, then (given an approximate worldwide demography of 50 percent men and 50 percent women) hundreds of other men must go empty-handed, or must be content with very few mates, or mates who had their first relationships contacts with other, better, men. Those are the betas. I am an alpha.

I am an alpha neither by birth (no nobility) nor inheritance (since I was 16 or 17, I never depended on contributions from my parents or family, nor did I receive them). I am an alpha male based on my intellect, my street smartness. Not every environment equally accommodates my ambitions. It's my street-smartness that made me decide to pursue my relationships adventures in countries where the conditions to do so are better than in the US or Western Europe.

And it's my intellect that allows me to morally justify my desires, as well as the street-smartness I use to pursue turning them into reality.

Yes, I have caused tears of love and longing for many girls with whom I had an affair much shorter than what they would have liked. I am not cruel. I am not aggravating their love-sickness, and to the best of my knowledge, I have caused none of them to commit suicide (not because of me, anyway).

But I have to go on, and on, and on. I am beyond 50, and there I have no difficulty to turn a new 20-year-old totally lovesick for me every 2 weeks.

I am neither famous, or a star (this would be terribly counterproductive for my exploits), nor am I really rich. My net worthy is less than 100,000 US dollars, and that's good enough for me, and the life I live.

I am 6 feet, 85 kg, not terribly athletic but definitely of a sufficiently male appearance. I have had some affordable good quality operations done so that my age doesn't show, and in the environment where I live, I can easily pass for twenty years younger.

But this is not the secret of my success. The secret is my knowledge on where to pursue my exploits. I have traveled the world for relationships adventures for more than 20 years. During my early twenties, I have been a reporter for newspapers and magazines in Germany, and, after a short tour in television, become a foreign correspondent for German newspapers and radio stations ijn Asia. I also wrote a series of travel guides. What a boring career. The only thing I really cared to research was where to have the best relationships.

The results of this research, I have not previously published. Nor have I published on the tools of the trade: how to pursue your adventures in specific countries.

But this information is now available for members of the "Kreutz relationships opportunities" member section of www.SexualEnhancement.org.

Regardless of whether you are 25, or 40, or 55, you can become an alpha male. You can become a man who has a new love affair every week, usually with a woman below 25, or below 20. Provided you do so at places I recommend.

To pursue a fantastic lifestyle at the right places, you only need an independent income of about 2000 US dollars net per month, and the freedom to live a good part of the year in a so-called Third World country.

This is what I charge: 150 US dollars for the "Kreutz relationships opportunities" membership.

This is what you get:

1. Information on where and how to organize your relationships adventures... adventures you have so far only dreamed about. Yes, you can turn them into reality. You can be an alpha male. (This is the core of the program.)

2. Advice on the best countries to pursue your relationships exploits (as mentioned above, I have lived, and hunted, in Third World countries for more than 20 years.)

3. When you have solved the supply problem, you may have difficulties keeping up, physically, with all the girls you have the opportunity to bed. For an additional charge of 150 US dollars, you can also become a "Kreutz relationships function" member.

4. Personal advice on matters of settling in a suitable Third World country, and on possibilities to generate income while living there.

5. Advice (if desired) on improving one's appearance and physique, for example through cosmetic surgery (which, in Third World countries, often is of inferior quality, and a risk, if you don't know the proper addresses in various countries; I know them).

When you have become a member, first tell me about yourself by email) to allow me an individual assessment of your background and the options that would be best for you.

While everybody can be an alpha male, no two cases are alike. Different countries are best, depending on your own race, on your age, your financial status, even your religion. Only one thing is certain: everybody can become an alpha male, enjoying an endless stream of young beautiful women.

I never published in free-access articles, what, in my opinion, the best destinations are for relationships adventures. I don't even tell it in email replies (to non-members of "Kreutz relationships opportunities"). And the address under which I registered my domains and businesses is not where I live, but where I left (after having started out there some two decades ago). I am not a fool. Hundreds read my public-access articles every day. And many of my readers agree that I know what I'm talking about. If I were to recommend a specific destination, then a good number of men would flock there. This would be totally counterproductive for myself. Every good place is good only as long as it is not too crowded (in this case, by Western men in pursuit of local women).

I have more than 20 years of experience living in Third World countries for the sole purpose of having great relationships.



Libido orgasm stack instead of Viagra


By Serge Kreutz



Most relationships advice for men is simply wrong.

And that pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer, Eli Lilly, and Bayer have a vital interest in selling their blue and beige pills has made everything worse.

The real problem of older men, or men from midlife onwards, is not a lack of erectile capacity.

The real problem is that they no longer can get properly aroused. They lack relationships desire. They don't have enough libido.

Fact is that any man at any age, even in his 80s, can have satisfying relationships, and a great or passable erection without Viagra etc if only he is sufficiently aroused in the first place.

Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra can't do anything for libido. They are purely vascular agents. They can cause an erection of the organ when the organ is somehow manipulated.

But relationships on Viagra is often boring, and orgasms are usually disappointing.

Great relationships is in the brain, not in the organ. It starts in the brain with arousal which ideally should be immense, and it ends in the brain with an orgasm which ideally feels all-engulfing.

With an all-engulfing orgasm every day or every few days, everything in your life gets better. Inevitably, you will be in a better mood. You will be more successful in life, with everything you do, because really satisfying orgasms make you much smarter than you otherwise would be.

Your overall health will greatly improve, without much medical intervention.

Immense relationships arousal, and all-engulfing orgasms are simply the key to everything that's good in life.

The erection pills of Pfizer, Eli Lilly, and Bayer can't help anything in that respect. They only give you cold erections, and a sense that things still are not right, and because they are vascular agents, affecting blood vessels throughout the body, they come with a risk of grave vascular events, such as a stroke. A debilitating stroke can leave a person not just partially paralyzed. It can cause a locked-in syndrome in which a person can have full awareness of everything happening around him or her but cannot even communicate that he or she is conscious.

And for what?

Cold erections that aren't satisfying?

It's not a good idea to play around with vascular medications, if only for the stroke risk.

And vascular agents are anyway not the solution to bad relationships.

To repeat: good relationships starts in the brain, with immense arousal, and it ends in the brain with an all-engulfing orgasm.

If you want great relationships in old age, 70 plus, 80 plus, even 90 plus, you better consider it a myth that great relationships needs firm erections.

Erections have an important function to deliver sperm deeper into a vagina in penetrative intercourse. That's about it. Erections are only of marginal relevance to relationships satisfaction.

So what you need is support relationships satisfaction. First you need libido, then an orgasm.

Pfizer, Eli Lilly, and Bayer don't have anything for that. That's why libido and orgasms aren't in the news like erectile dysfunction (a term coined only in the pre-marketing phase for Viagra).

But it's not that pharmacology as a science wouldn't be aware of substances that can heighten libido and strengthen orgasms. It's just that what is there cannot be patented and turned into quick dollars.

So what is there?

You can check that yourself via medline.com or scholar.google.com.

Search for:

L-dopa libido

Or for:

Hypersexual Parkinson’s

Or for:

Mucuna pruriens libido

You'll get the lead.

Velvet beans (mucuna pruriens) contain L-dopa.

Velvet beans can even be used as a medication to treat a clinical dopamine deficiency (Parkinson’s disease).

But to treat Parkinson’s disease, synthetic L-dopa is standard. Synthetic L-dopa isn't a big money earner for the pharmaceutical industry. It's an old medication. Patents have long run out.

As an earning prospect for big pharma, mucuna pruriens is even worse. It's just some beans, not even hard to grow. No patents could protect high profit margins.

Thus, mucuna pruriens is not a topic in sponsored health reporting, and it's not even a topic for industry-sponsored scientific research.

But mucuna pruriens (velvet beans) is superior to synthetic L-dopa in the treatment of Parkinson’s. And mucuna pruriens in a libido orgasm stack such as the one deviced by Sumatra Pasak Bumi is way, way superior to any other approach in the augmentation of insufficient relationships desire or weak orgasms.

The SPB libido orgasm stack is based on mucuna pruriens, but not just any mucuna pruriens. It is based on Thai wild mucuna pruriens. Thai wild mucuna pruriens has a higher content of L-dopa than any other mucuna pruriens.

And then, it's not just the L-dopa that makes mucuna pruriens the world's foremost libido drug. There is a good number of other L-dopa-related constituents in the beans, and they amplify the plant's effect on libido. Medications of synthetic L-dopa are lacking in these libido-enhancing co-factors.

But to get the absolutely best out of mucuna pruriens, it has to be stacked with other herbals that in one way or another have an effect on libido and orgasms.

The most important such herbals are butea superba and tongkat ali. Both of them have a hormonal pathway of action that mucuna pruriens alone does not possess. Fenugreek is also a libido enhancer though it is less researched when compared to tongkat ali and butea superba. Fenugreek is also a spice in Indian cuisine.

The consumption of relationships enhancement herbals is supported by tons of anecdotal evidence reaching back hundreds of years. This indicates that they are effective. Why they are effective, and how exactly they work, may not be conclusively known.

But what is certain is this: a stack of a considerable variety of relationships enhancement herbals on top of mucuna pruriens make for the highest libido, and the deepest orgasms for practically every man.

The mucuna pruriens is always the foundation. But in addition to that, the tongkat ali, or the butea superba, or the fenugreek, or the kaempferia parviflora, or the boesenbergia rotunda just add that ultimate bit of arousal, or that ultimate explosiveness in orgasm that turn superior relationships into the best relationships ever.

It may not be the same stacking component in every men that is responsible for this ultimate improvement. Some men may react more on the butea superba, others more on the tongkat ali, and again others on the fenugreek, kaempferia parviflora, or boesenbergia rotunda.

It may not even be the same component in one man every day. On some days the tongkat ali may be responsible for that ultimate kick on top of the mucuna pruriens, and on others, it may be the butea superba, or the fenugreek, or the kaempferia parviflora, or the boesenbergia rotunda.

One may not be sure what component on top of the mucuna pruriens is responsible for the ultimate kick.

But you can be sure, with the libido orgasm stack, the ultimate kick will be there. Every time.



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 Ideal weight forever


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 understands the Serge Kreutz food philosophy.

At the core is, as mentioned above, the differentiation 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.



Tongkatali.org's Deciding for cosmetic surgery and related procedures


By Serge Kreutz


Most decisions each and everyone of us makes, are wrong. This is unfortunate, but hard to avoid.

I know that I am more aware of this than other people, and incidentally, I believe that it gives me an edge. Most people make wrong decisions all the time, and don’t even realize it.

I am famous among my friends for changing my mind after I have decided on something, and often at the last minute. I have changed travel schedules an hour after having bought a non-refundable ticket; I have abandoned business projects after having invested into the necessary equipment; I have rented houses and paid in advance for a year (as required by local customs), and then used them for just two night.

All of this was bad luck. I don’t regret how I decided in the end, only that I wasn’t smarter a little bit earlier.

But I can’t really compromise on one thing: where I want to live, even if it is causing me financial losses.

If one’s decisions would just be about 30 percent right, one would be hugely successful in life. With a success rate of 30 percent, one would become immensely rich, live very long, have an extremely satisfying relationships life… you name it.

That most of everybody’s decisions are wrong, is not just a reality in the realm of human intellect. It’s a reality even on the basis of evolution.

Genetic mutations are the evolutionary equivalent of decisions. Most mutations are irrelevant, and a few are really harmful. But a genetic mutation that is an evolutionary success is a great, great rarity. But when it happens… wow! It gives life a great turn to the better.

Even though I am aware of the small errors I am making all day, I can live with them. They are not relevant.

It is more important to get the big decisions right. However, because big decisions are based on small decisions, it isn’t easy to work out in advance which decisions are going to be big correct decisions. In hindsight, we all are smarter (but on the other hand, most people don’t care to look back and evaluate decisions).

Looking back at my life so far, I can spot the big right decisions: to become a journalist was one (and deciding that I would write my books in English when I was far from capable to do so); and to settle in Southeast Asia (probably the most important big decision I ever made); to embark on the relationships enhancement path (not to accept an age-related decline of relationships function); and to take far-reaching measures to improve my physical attractiveness through cosmetic surgery.

No, not Michael Jackson style, though his results were good initially. With cosmetic surgery, it is important not to overdo it, and I assume that Michael Jackson’s current looks are a huge public statement against cosmetic surgery.

Mine would be an impressive statement in favor of cosmetic surgery, but I am not a public figure.

It’s been difficult to make decisions about cosmetic surgery, and some of my decisions were not so good (their impact was limited), but most were right. Maybe I was saved from major wrong decisions because I made sure that the physicians knew that I am a writer. They therefore were more cautious selling their operations.

For we have to be aware of one thing: most physicians offering cosmetic procedures are almost only interested in the immediate financial gain.

Professional consultation? Surgeons who perform cosmetic procedures will always tell a patient that the procedures they offer can afford a definite improvement (though they always let you sign a form that explains that things can go wrong, and that in that case, they are not responsible).

And if you ask physicians who are not in the field of offering cosmetic procedures, you will usually be advised against it (as if they don’t want to grant cosmetic surgeons the money these guys make).

Furthermore, admitting to facelifts always is a loss of face. The young women who enter love affairs with me because they consider me physically attractive, never know to what extent my attractiveness is the result of modern cosmetic procedures. If they would, the impact would certainly be negative. I tell them that I am 20 years younger than I actually am, and they don’t doubt the truth of this claim.

Obviously, as my expertise is based on personal experience, I am smarter now than I was before I had my first cosmetic surgery. And if I would have had this knowledge before I started, I would have decided differently. Yes, I would have had most of the operations anyway. But in a different sequence (and some I would have left out).

In my opinion, it is important to have a long-term strategy. You don’t just want one facelift. The challenge is to have a series of surgical interventions so that you always look no older than mid-30s, even if you are in your 50s or 60s, and that you can pass as in your 40s when you are above 70.

This is a realistic goal, provided you have a proper strategy. And this is what this site is about.

Our consultation in this respect is better than what you can get from a cosmetic surgeon you may ask. The cosmetic surgeon you ask will primarily be interested to sell his services, as much of them as possible, in as short a time-span as possible. For this reason, surgeons typically advise to have several procedures done in combination.

But there are solid reasons to go step-by-step, especially for procedures involving the face. For the healing process of any procedure can result in a slight asymmetries that can be softened in subsequent operations. Most people would not notice these asymmetries from operations as most faces anyway are not fully symmetrical. But as a rule of thumb, the more symmetric a face, the more attractive, and an optimal, not an almost optimal appearance, is what we’re striving for.



Tongkatali.org's Biology of behavior


By Serge Kreutz


'I believe that some very basic facts of life, in our times, are not receiving adequate attention. I’d summarize these facts as the biology of behavior.'

'There are many aspects to the biology of behavior, and the topic bears similarity to the biology of thought as outlined in Darwin’s Descent of Man. However, this article shall concern itself only with that specific biological trait of the males of the species homo sapiens, which I shall call harem building.'

'It is a common trait among primates and, for that matter, among a large number of mammalian species.'

'We may have been to the moon, and we may be able to count the electrons of an atom, while some mere 500 years ago, we didn’t even know that the earth is a planet of the sun, and some mere 50000 years ago were still unclothed.'

'Most of the technological amenities we surround ourselves with have been invented only within the last 100 years. We ourselves don’t evolve that fast. We may learn to behave civilized, but the roots of our behavior are genetic, and the mechanisms by which they change are determined by mutation and natural selection, not by conscious action (unless this conscious action is genetic engineering).'

'The mechanism of natural selection, however, is negated by the system of state social security.'

'I am obviously not advocating such nonsense as state-supervised breeding of humans with traits desired by political leaders.'

'But I believe that the human society of the future should be more in accordance with the biological traits with which we, as primates, are born. I believe it is futile to try to engineer societies based on ideologies of the equality of all men. The communist experiment was an outright failure primarily because it was in opposition to some fundamental axioms of our social, or anti-social, behavior. We are not all brothers; we are competitors. We don’t want to work with each other; we want to defeat each other.'

'I believe that societies of the future should provide a frame for humans to live in accordance with their relationships biological traits, rather than civilizing them away.'

'In the past, social engineering often entered the stage in the form of religions. Imperatives that were in opposition to biological traits, such as relationships abstinence, were enforced because they were alleged to have been ordered by a god. Few people nowadays are willing to heed advice that draws its legitimacy primarily by referring to a god; too many people just don’t believe in his existence.'

'I imagine a society of the future much more polygamous than current society. Or rather, I imagine a society that has a much higher degree of acceptance of polygamous relationships.'

'The current Western moral standard still prescribes that we are in one monogamous relationship at the time. Which is absurd. Such moral standards are tolerable only when their implementation cannot be controlled, thus leaving ample of loopholes. Because social control requires economic resources, poor societies tend to allow a higher degree of personal relationships freedom than do rich societies.'

'If the level of control is low in a certain society, a large number of men definitely take the opportunity to have parallel relationships relationships. And the reason why other men don’t take the opportunity is: they don’t have the opportunity. I assume that in Western societies, 80 percent of all relationships relationships go on account of just 20 percent of all males.'

'Monogamy is the prescription of losers who speculate that their own chances of at least one relationships relationship are better if monogamy is strictly enforced. Enforcing monogamy thus presents itself as the relationships strategy of those who would otherwise go home empty-handed. Restriction of successful competitors also satisfies their envy.'

'But even for losers who try to get hold of their quota, monogamy is not the biologically encoded behavior. Their dream world is still: to possess their own harem. And I am sure that the prospect to have their own harem in paradise is a major incentive to Islamic suicide bombers.'

'While some hope for their dream to come true in a fictitious afterlife, others pursue it on earth. And with astonishing accuracy will men who climb on the ladder of success become more likely to look out for additional relationships conquests.'

'An agenda for a more sensible society would have to include the following points:'

'The recognition that relationships fulfillment is, genetically encoded, the only real purpose we have in life. Awareness that it is natural that males of our species aim for multiple parallel relationships relationships. No moral or social stigmatization of multiple parallel relationships relationships. Acceptance that multiple parallel relationships relationships are the primary reward for being successful in life.'





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