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Marijuana or tongkat ali for better sex


By Serge Kreutz


There is a fundamental difference between marijuana and tongkat ali.

Regardless of how enthusiastic you are about marijuana, there is no doubt that it makes you feel drugged. You may call it high, or stoned, or bright. Fact is that your brain doesn't feel sober.

Some people like to feel drugged most of the day or all day. For them, marijuana is better than cocaine or meth, and better than alcohol or barbiturates. It's certainly better than heroin or other opiates.

I am not one of those.

Apart from the time I am engaged in sexual conduct, I like to feel a clear, sharp mind. I like to master my vocabulary. My mind isn't sharp on marijuana, and on marijuana, I can't form sentences, and certainly not write articles. I just drift off.



This can be good for sex. But if taken as aphrodisiac, marijuana dosages should be comparatively small. But even on a small dosage, marijuana is unpredictable.

Tongkat ali by itself is predictable, and a tongkat ali stack that also incorporates butea superba, velvet beans (Mucuna pruriens), and krachai dam is very predictable. You will have more sexual interest, and your orgasms will feel better.


Underestimated marijuana

The trend in the Americas and Europe is to legalize marijuana. The consensus is that the war on drugs was a failure, not interrupting the use of the drug, and only enriching criminals.



Legalizing and taxing marijuana, so the sounded (and sound) idea, would earn governments much-needed cash, save enormously on enforcement cost, and reduce organized crime.

Furthermore, marijuana has many medical uses.

It can save epileptic children from certain death. It is believed that marijuana stops the progression of Alzheimer's. Marijuana also interferes with HIV replication.



Legal marijuana will change the world. It will have an impact on humanity that is greater than any other of the big changes since World War II: the Internet, the advent of AIDS, the demise of the Soviet Union, or the rise and decline of the Islamic State.

Legal marijuana will be a whole new world. Because it won’t be used just for epileptic children or Alzheimer's and AIDS sufferers.

Many peoole will use it because marijuana can be a sex drug if properly combined with dopaminergic and hormonal enhancement. This is what can make marijuana a game changer.

It has to be noted that marijuana's sexual potential will have to be awakened for a large number of users. For most people, the prosexual effect of marijuana is dormant. It can be awakened by dopaminergic and hormonal brain stimulation by tongkat ali, velvet beans (mucuna pruriens), and butea superba.



I actually consider marijuana a waste if not used for sex. Because the drug is way below its potential if used just for its own sake.

So, once marijuana is legal, the majority of users will be mainstreamers who have never used it, or not since their youth when they were not capable to appreciate the drugs effect on sex. The majority of users will be those who have not used it in recent years because it was illegal: those not inclined to risk years in jail for a few hours of extra pleasure.



Watch out for the transitory dynamics when marijuana will be legal in some places but not all. People go anywhere for better sex, and this means, they will go where marijuana is legal.



Marijuana and intelligence

I have high hopes as to what legal marijuana will do to common intelligence.



That marijuana improves intelligence is well established, both anecdotically and through scientific studies (and I am not talking of marijuana’s power to arrest the progression of Alzheimer’s, which it does, thereby prolonging the intelligence of the elderly).

Maybe the great positive effect of marijuana on intelligence is more obvious if we substitute “intelligence” with another word more commonly used in the marijuana context: “creativity”

Marijuana boosts creativity. This is very well documented scientifically, and musicians, especially, can attest to this.



There is a simple explanation for the creativity surge. Marijuana, in a rather random manner, blocks conventional thinking on well-travelled neuronal routes. Therefore, the electricity running along brain axons is deviated through uncommon connections.



During the marijuana high, this is often a bit confusing. And the creativity bust caused by marijuana does not even necessarily have to occur during the high.

Fact is, however, that routine thought processes are represented in the brain by electricity flowing along well-travel channels.

With some of these channels blocked during the marijuana high, alternative pathways are pioneered. These alternative pathways remain as alternatives even when off marijuana.

Thus, marijuana causes creativity (the capacity to think of alternative solutions), or an increase of intelligence, even when off marijuana.

This, again, is in stark contrast to alcohol which blocks though channels without opening alternative ones. Alcohol clearly reduces intelligence, killing brain cells, causing Alzheimer’s-like symptoms, and channeling thought along the most routine, click routes.




Why women have all reason to support legalizing marijuana

Men are genetically inclined to be woman changers, and women don’t like this. The male inclination to have multiple sexual relationships is expressed as thrill-seeking.

Afflicted by this attitude are mostly healthy men with a good economic foundation, and no real problems.

Some women take preventive measures by offering their husbands or boyfriends sex on all occasions. “So he won’t have to go somewhere else.” This will not work as intended. If anything, it will accelerate boredom.

They should let men consume marijuana. If the adventure is in dreams, it doesn’t have to be sought in reality.

Furthermore, some strains of cannabis, especially cannabis sativa, have psychosis-inducing potential. Psychosis-inducing means: there is a potential, dose-dependent, for anxiety, especially in young users.


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Now, if a man faces anxiety, or is on the brink of anxiety, he prefers the safe haven of a long-term love relationship.

This is in stark contrast to alcohol, which makes men (and women) sexually adventures, and destroys love relationships for the benefit of casual sex.

So, my advice to women is this: have your man smoke weed. He will be much less likely to search for other women. And apart from that, he will experience new sexual dimensions with you, especially if you have him combine marijuana with a tongkat ali stack (tongkat ali, mucuna pruriens = velvet beans, butea superba, kaempferia parviflora, boesenbergia rotunda).


Marijuana and love

In the 1960s, when marijuana became popular among the youth of Western countries, it lead to movements and ideologies associated with terms such as flower power, hippie, make love not war, etc.


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I would say that marijuana caused these movements, and they will resurrect once marijuana will be widely available on a legal basis.

Just wait and see.

The reason why marijuana makes consumers of it more love-concerned is the fact that cannabis, among other things, is an anxiogenic drug, especially when used several times daily.

Anxiogenic means, it can induce anxiety. This anxiety can be present even if there is no immediate reason for fear.

So, how will people react when feeling anxiety, full-blown or borderline?

They will seek emotional shelter. And they find it in love.

Anxiogenics make people anti-aggressive. They do not want trouble.

That is the biggest difference to alcohol, which makes people daring.

Stoners are observers, they do not mess. And because they can see a wonderful world in everything, they do not display many of the other shitty attitudes of drinkers.

Where drinkers are racists, stoners are in acceptance of different races and different cultures.

Where drinkers prefer swastikas, stoners have their Peace sign.


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Drinkers are insensitive, stoners try to understand the other.

You could provoke similar human reactions with other anxiogenics.

But other, synthetic anxiogenics won’t give users the instant reward of an it’s-a-wonderful-world feeling.


Marijuana and old-age dignity

Come on. Here you have men and women at an age of above 70, or even above 80, many of them with just about a year or two to live, or even less, and the government and police don’t grant them the right to consume a bit of cannabis for some old-age excitement in life. What a miserable and disrespectful attitude of those youngsters in police precincts, and law and regulation makers in parliaments and on councils.



While you, or we, as people of age, are pretty much at the mercy of those police officers, we do have a certain leverage on those in elected office.

Make it a principle to take part in any election, and vote solely on the basis of issues with a very direct impact on your daily life: not the federal budget, not gay marriage or abortion, nor immigration or gun control. While you may have opinions on these issues, neither way they are decided will influence your quality of life.

But cannabis legalization will. Legal cannabis will be a fountain of youth for your mind. And as cannabis protects against Alzheimer’s, it’s a fountain of youth even for your brain.



Now, if you aren’t of old age yet, go and vote for recreational cannabis-endorsing candidates nevertheless. Because you will be of old age sooner or later, and then, you will be glad that you will be allowed meaningful experiences, all in your mind, nevertheless.


The older you are, the more you benefit from marijuana

Marijuana enhances perception to produce dream-like mental states. Not only just that. Overwhelmingly, it helps produce sweet dreams.

Dreams draw on memories. It is well known, not only by older people personally, but also from scientific research, that memories play an ever greater role in the emotional well-being of older people.



Actually, under the influence of marijuana, older people can relive the best episodes of their lives vividly, very vividly. Because marijuana alters time perception, relived memories are experienced like reality.



And not only this. Especially for older users, marijuana has an enormous potential as aphrodisiac, especially when marijuana is combined with dopaminergic libido enhancement through tongkat ali and velvet beans / mucuna pruriens.

Erotic daydreaming from a marijuana / tongkat ali stack, paired with an enhanced experience of touch from marijuana, brings back a degree of sexual excitement that was long considered lost, even with a partner of decades.

Stupid societies that do not allow their elderly citizens the joy of reliving their lives as vividly as only they can on cannabis. Stupid societies that curtail the sexual experience of an older generation. Stupid people that do not vote at elections for candidates that favor legalizing marijuana for recreational use for adult users, or medicinal use for anybody above 55.


The world’s number one marijuana song

That must be Louis Armstrong’s What a Wonderful World.



Anyway, he was a life-long stoner.



And just look at those lyrics.

I see skies in blue, and clouds in white….

And I think by myself, What a wonderful world.

That is how marijuana feels (for those who have no experience yet).

You look at the sky, and it’s blue, and the whiteness of some clouds, and you think by yourself it’s a wonderful world.

No way that other than high or stoned, one could appreciate beauty in such everyday occurrences as blue skies and white clouds.

Even the I Think by Myself phrase is marijuana-typical, because for most, being stoned is of an introverted nature. Most people talk less, not more, and language capabilities are reduced. More thoughts are non-verbal. So, you think by yourself. And irrelevant events can just seem wonderful.


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