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Tongkat ali is a slender tree, not a shrub


By Serge Kreutz


I have seen many hundreds, even thousands of tongkat ali trees. Because I know where they grow.

To put the record straight: tongkat ali is a slender tree. It easily grows 6 to 8 meters high. It doesn't have a thick stem. But most definitely it has a single stem. It is quite elastic and swings with the wind.

Sorry, doc. What you wrote, based on what you read on the Internet, is simply wrong.

No, tongkat ali is not a shrub. It's a tall, slender tree.


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