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Butea superba and a sense of sexual accomplishment


By Serge Kreutz


Butea Superba Research, 2019


Feeling great from great sex is different from feeling great from drugs.

Sure, drugs can make you feel good, somehow. But I am not even convinced that this is true.

Certainly, if you are addicted to nicotine, smoking cigarettes makes you feel better. And if you are addicted to heroin, it's the same.

I don't smoke. I did as a boy, but stopped it when I decided that good sex is the only thing I care for.

I am sure that good sex feels good. I am not sure whether marijuana, LSD, smoked opiates, amphetamines, and cocaine actually do.

Sure, these substances all make me feel something. Amphetamines and cocaine make me feel excited in a positive mood. But the stimulation also feels fake.

Most certainly, opiates reduce pain sensation. For pain management, they are a necessity.

But when on opiates, I also know that I am not competitive. Consuming opiates is like opting out. Like deciding that I will be not just a junkie, but human junk. Not worthy anybody's love.

And the same self-reflection applies when drunk.

I have long stopped consuming alcohol. I prefer to solve my problems, rather than drown them. And I want to be worthy of love, and I want good sex.

There is a fundamental difference between drugs and herbals for better sex. On the face of it, cocaine and butea superba seem similar because both influence libido. But the fundamental difference is that cocaine substitutes natural libido, and butea superba just supports it.

And one more thing here. I remember the first time I had non-penetrative sex as a teenager, and I remember the first time I had full sexual intercourse.

The kick that I got out of this was profound. It lasted much longer than the physical sensation. It lasted for days, even weeks. It was a sense of accomplishment. This were achievements that defined me as a person. I did it!

But with street drugs, even when they feel good, I sense that I am a failure.

Now I am much older. But I can, sometimes, still sense sexual achievement.

If my sexual desire is sufficient, I have great sex and sound erections without Viagra or similar stuff. And orgasms that make my heart beat deep.

The whole thing takes a bit longer. That's great. I want it to last. Most girls or women prefer this anyway (I am not consorting prostitutes, who see economic advantage when customers who frequent them are done quickly... Time is money).

Viagra and Cialis are crutches. They make sex possible but not good. Orgasms are weaker, and the sense of accomplishment is lacking.

I know that the problem of most men with erectile dysfunction isn't one of the penis. It's a problem of the mind, an absence of enough sexual desire.

And that's why butea superba, best in combination with tongkat ali, is way better than Viagra and co. Long live good sex!


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