No, “tongkat ali penis” doesn’t refer to a scammer, or “tongkat ali asshole”. Though it would be a tempting addition to the urban dictionary, the reference here is less glamorous. Sure, tongkat ali fakers deserve any degree of contempt, especially when they substitute an effective herbal with their own masturbation techniques (see here when in the mood for some fun). However, a tongkat ali penis is more like a medical condition, void of derogatory associations.
When I was a teenager, I often had a tennis elbow. Now, I’m in my 50s, and I often have a tongkat ali penis.
Fact is, our elbows haven’t been designed to hit a ball with a racket for two hours a day. They will get sore.
And I doubt that any man’s penis can cope with two hours of penetration every day.
But that can be my schedule when I am in a full tongkat ali cycle with 2 grams of 1:50 extract per day.
Yes, 2 grams a day is double the standard dosage of 1 gram per day. I have even gone to 4 grams per day. I tried 4 grams per day because I wanted to test tongkat ali extract for side effects.
I used open extract that is shipped in pouches. I found out that it is best to mix one’s daily dosage with half a glass of orange juice. While tongkat ali is bitter, the orange juice is best suited to mask the taste.
So, tongkat ali side effects. I have had feedback from one bodybuilder who consumed in one go 15 gram of 1:50 extract. He vomited.
Obviously, tongkat ali extract is a medication, not a herb or spice like ginger. I don’t know what a 15-fold overdose is for ginger, but I have tried a 4-fold dose of tongkat ali extract.
I did not vomit. Actually, I did not feel any physical side effects. But using 4 grams a day over several days definitely lowered my anger and fury thresholds.
This means that small disturbing events such as a fellow participant in road traffic violating my right of way could, in the span of seconds, raise my anger-related adrenaline tone to maximum levels. In such a situation, I am mentally not far away from just ramming my car into his, and I could fantasize for half an hour about using the steel bar of my steering wheel lock to smash his windshield, and even the driver’s head.
Such deeds, of course, would be unwise indeed. I believe that we ought to control and subdue our aggressive impulses, as otherwise, we will certainly land in jail or in hospital.
Uncontrolled aggressiveness can lead us towards doing things, which we later deeply regret.
Alas, this aggressiveness is also a central aspect of being male. And my maleness is something I don’t want to interfere with… not negatively anyway.
So I bear with the aggressiveness, though it is a potential disadvantage. A side effect that is dangerous more to my social environment than it is to me.
And yes, there is the additional side effect which I have termed, in the first sentences of this article, a “tongkat ali penis”.
Soreness from overuse.
If I have penetrative intercourse for up to 2 hours for several days in a row, my dear member will show signs of skin irritation (redness, soreness), and sometimes even heavy skin irritation (fissures).
Penile skin is thin. You can’t rub it for two hours day in, day out, and expect it to remain fully intact. You can’t do this with your skin anywhere on your body, even if you use a lubricant.
I cycle tongkat ali extract two weeks on, one week off. Because of the negative feedback mechanisms that rule the endocrine system, cycling is the correct approach for any hormonal therapy.
In this case, cycles are also called for to allow one’s “tongkat ali penis” the necessary rest for a few days.
1 Christopher C. K. Ho, Hui Meng Tan , Rise of Herbal and Traditional Medicine in Erectile Dysfunction Management, Erectile Dysfunction (Thomas Lue, Section Editor) Current Urology Reports December 2011, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp 470-478
2 Dr. Geo Espinosa, N.D., L.Ac, CNS, RH (AHG), Top Nine Supplements for Erectile Dysfunction and Sexual Health
How to protect yourself against tongkat ali scams
By Sam Sanare
Therefore, you can bet they use PayPal to process payments.
Why? Because PayPal allows payments to an anonymous person. The only thing a potential buyer gets to know is an email address of the seller. No true name, no true address.
Demand a bank account. Banks are properly regulated. Bank accounts are always in the name of a proper person. And to receive payments, both the true name and the true address of a recipient are needed.
Try to demand a bank account for your payment! You will find out that more than half of all sites selling what they claim is tongkat ali, will refuse to provide a potential buyer with a bank account. And give you all kinds of excuses.
Thieves. Con artists.  Scammers. Dregs and scum. All of them.
An honorable seller does not hide behind an anonymous PayPal front. He or she provides a genuine name and address of a payment recipient.
And if ever a seller who gave a buyer a bank account and address tries to scam you, just tell them that you will provide transaction details to Sam Sanare, if ever you are not refunded. I will take care that the case is published.
They will refund. No time limit. And this is proper buyer protection. Not the half-hearted kind you get from PayPal.
1 Michael Germana, Counterfeiters and Con Artists: Money, Literature, and Subjectivity, American Literary History Volume 21, Issue 2Pp. 296-305
Worldwide tongkat ali shortage
By Sam Sanare
Apart from being a testosterone booster, and a proven malaria defense, highly concentrated tongkat ali extract is the world’s only drug that effectively treats recurring migraines and persistent headaches. However, only high-concentration extract will work to wash out migraine-causing chemicals, and a particular dietary regimen must be part of the treatment.
Tongkat ali is already rare and expensive. Which is why it is hardly ever
used for malaria. Anyway, malaria prevails only among the poor in the
poorest countries of the world, so no competing buyers there for already
expensive tongkat ali. There are also cheap chemical malaria drugs, so the
issue of tongkat ali and malaria is not urgent.
There are more than 100 million migraine sufferers in the developed world.
And only a high-concentration tongkat ali extract, and even that in
comparatively high dosages, will reliably work against migraine attacks.
A serious tongkat ali shortage, accompanied by rising prices, is
pre-programmed by nature. Tongkat ali roots take 15 years to grow to reach
their pharmacological usefulness. And tongkat ali is very selective as to
where it grows: it prefers only sandy sloops in tropical rain forests.
Tongkat ali is already a protected plant in Malaysia and Thailand. And
Indonesia, while not withdrawing old permits, is no longer issuing
government licenses for new tongkat ali products. Indonesia has also started
to intercept illegal tongkat ali products, and illegal items declared as
tongkat ali, at all the country’s post offices.
All of these aspects combined do not look like a scenario for falling
But what you will see, sure as hell, are ever more fakes. Even now,
ingredients dealers in the USA just sell root powder and say it’s extract.
And traders on Alibaba, eBay, and Amazon just sell cheap tribulus, or
chemical mixtures from China, and claim: hey, man, this is genuine tongkat ali from Indonesia. Bullshit!
1 A. George, and R. Henkel, Phytoandrogenic properties of Eurycoma longifolia as natural alternative to testosterone replacement therapy, Wiley Online Library, Andrologia Volume 46, Issue 7, pages 708-721, September 2014.
2 Kit-Lam Chan, Chee-Yan Choo, Noor Rain Abdullah, Zakiah Ismail, Antiplasmodial studies of Eurycoma longifolia Jack using the lactate dehydrogenase assay of Plasmodium falciparum, Science Direct, Journal of Ethnopharmacology Volume 92, Issues 2-3, June 2004, Pages 223-227.
3 Omar Saeed Ali Al-Salahi, Chan Kit-Lam, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid, Fouad Saleih R. Al-Suede, Sultan Ayesh Mohammed Saghir, Wan Zaidah Abdullah, Mohamed B. Khadeer Ahamed, Narazah Mohd Yusoff, Anti-angiogenic quassinoid-rich fraction from Eurycoma longifolia modulates endothelial cell function, Science Direct, Microvascular Research Volume 90, November 2013, Pages 30-39.
4 N. Erasmus, M. C. Solomon, K. A. Fortuin and R. R. Henkel, Effect of Eurycoma longifolia Jack (Tongkat ali) extract on human spermatozoa in vitro, Wiley Online Library, Andrologia Volume 44, Issue 5, pages 308-314, October 2012.
5 Sarah E. Edwards, da Costa Rocha, Elizabeth M. Williamson and Michael Heinrich, Tongkat Ali, Wiley Online Library, Phytopharmacy: An Evidence-Based Guide to Herbal Medical Products, Published Online: 20 FEB 2015.
How safe is tongkat ali
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2 Hooi-Hoon Ang, Ee-Lin Lee and Hui-Seong Cheang, Determination of Mercury by Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer in Tongkat Ali Preparations Obtained in Malaysia, International Journal of Toxicology January 2004 vol. 23 no. 1 65-71
3 H.H. Ang, , K.L. Lee, Contamination of mercury in tongkat Ali hitam herbal preparations, Food and Chemical Toxicology Volume 44, Issue 8, August 2006, Pages 1245-1250
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Larger testicles from tongkat ali
By Sam Sanare
Because tongkat ali (or rather: a tongkat ali extract at a proper dosage) stimulates the Leydig cells to synthesize more testosterone, it is a natural occurrence that testicles will become larger. Likewise, bodybuilders who abuse steroids shut down their Leydig cells and therefore suffer penile and testicular atrophy (a pathological shrinking of the penis and testicles to boyhood size). Many bodybuilders therefore use tongkat ali after steroid cycles to get their penis and testicles back to an adult appearance, or they use tongkat ali together with steroids to prevent penile and testicular shrinking in the first place.
However, as with any pharmacologically active substance, one can overdose with tongkat ali. It is not, for example, advisable to use 5 gram of 1:50 tongkat ali extract per day, as this can have unwanted side effects such as extreme and painful testicular swelling.
I bought some tongkat ali 1:50 extract in October. I have also used tongkat in May / June last year in high dosages, up to 4 grams a day, without any problems except pressure in the head which is normal as I understand.
The pain in my testicle, which was getting swollen, almost disappeared in a couple of days. I have been examined and a small cyst was found – nothing critical. The reason I am starting to suspect tongkat for the swelling is that I’ve tried using it a couple of times in the period since I got sick and I’ve felt really reduced the day after taking a dosage of about 1 gram. This can’t be a coincidence. I was trying about a week after the infection, or what it was, to take tongkat because I was feeling better, and to my surprise I got worse again and started to feel dull pain in my testicles again. I’ve been a little reduced all the time up to now and still am, though I’m feeling a lot better – feels just like a weak cold now. Yesterday though, at about 7pm, I took 3 capsules of 400mg 1:50 extract and didn’t feel too bad that day though I did get the weak dull pain in my testicles back. Today that pain is a little more pronounced, and I’m feeling like I have a flue coming, just like those last times. My energy levels are really low. The tongkat is working like it usually does in addition to the bad symptoms. I know it is tongkat, I have got to put it that way.
So my question is: Is it possible that there could be spores of fungus in the capsules that has broken out or maybe other things that could make me ill?
I hadn’t been with a woman since April so I don’t believe it could be a sexually transmitted disease. I haven’t been flat out sick either. The one thing I am a 100% certain about is that taking tongkat now will make me fell ill. Nausea is also present. Isn’t it so that one can get sterile of the fungus that could be on tongkat ali roots? My doctor gave me antibiotics soon after I got the testicular swelling problem. This didn’t make me feel better though.
The symptoms described cannot have anything to do with fungi or bacteria that would be present on tongkat ali extract. If there were fungi or bacteria, they would affect the gastro-intestinal tract, not the testicles.
That said, it seems that the tongkat ali has a pronounced effect on the person who’s report is presented above. Because tongkat ali stimulates testosterone production, it can cause testicular swelling. Furthermore, via increased testosterone levels, tongkat ali can also activate the neurotransmitter dopamine. This can cause nausea, apart from having other symptoms such as increased libido. An alternative use of one dopaminergic drug, apomorphine, which is prescribed in Europe for libido problems, is as an enemic… a medication that induces nausea up to the level of vomitting. As always, the effect is determined by the dosage, and that holds for the tongkat ali, too.
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