Discussion in 'Sex and Drugs' started by Alfa, Dec 11, 2006.
Does anyone have more information about this aphrodisiac?
It's also known as Tongkat Ali Baginda. I tried to post some articles about it but the forum was not letting swim do that for some reason. Swim will try again.
Where can I find information on Urycoma Longifolia and its effects on
Subject: Re: Alternative Health
Answered By: googlenut-ga on 27 Nov 2002 22:01 PST
The correct spelling is “Eurycoma longifolia”.
Doing a Google search on Eurycoma longifolia will yield 1290 websites,
most touting its benefits as an aphrodisiac (however, many of them are
also selling it).
According to the Malaysian Nature Society, in an article
titled “Learn A Tree A Month; Eurycoma longifolia” by Dr Chan Lai
“The plant Eurycoma longifolia is a small tree belongs to the family
Simarubaceae can be found in the jungle throughout Malaysia,
Indochina, Borneo and Sumatra. It is commonly known as Tongkat Ali in
Malaysia and Singapore. Sometimes it is known as Payung ali, Tongkat
Baginda, Muntah Bumi and Petani Bumi by the natives. It is also known
as Babi Kurus in Java, Tungke Ali in Sumatra, Piak or Tung Saw in
An article in Asian Economic News, January 03 2000, titled “Tongkat
Ali -- Malaysia's very own 'Viagra”
states the following:
“The root of the plant is said to have aphrodisiac properties and will
enhance male sexual libido besides other medicinal values such as
treatment for dysentery, glandular swelling, fever, malaria and other
At the website of Sumatra Pasak Bumi, they state the following “Pasak
bumi (in Indonesian), tongkat ali (in Malaysian), and eurycoma
longifolia (by its scientific, Latin name) are one and the same plant.
For simplicity, we usually refer to the product as pasak bumi.”
They also list a number of “Scientific articles” with such titles as
“Effects of Eurycoma longifolia Jack (Tongkat Ali) on the initiation
of sexual performance of inexperienced castrated male rats”, “Eurycoma
longifolia increases sexual motivation in sexually naive male rats”,
“Eurycoma longifolia Jack enhances libido in sexually experienced male
TONGKAT ALI TUNJANG BUMI:
- helps to eliminate toxicity in the body
- triggers a sexual excitation and produces energy
- stimulates the testes to produce male hormones
- reduces post-partum fever
- helps in reducing blood pressure in hypertension
and blood sugar in diabetes mellitus
TONGKAT ALI BAGINDA:
- improves physical and mental performance
- increases energy levels, endurance and stamina
- increases sexual drive in men
- helps in indigestion
- strengthens the immune system
Tongkat Ali is a good stuff. SWIM's dose was two 00 caps of Pasak Bumi 50x extract daily (allong with some sex foods (milk, eggs, nuts, beef, alfalfa etc.)). The effect builds up over 2-3 days similar like Muira Puama (both increase testosterone).
Last time I was on Tongkat Ali it totally messed up his sleep (bad dreams, lot's of sweat...) so I had to stop it.
Still Kanna is SWIM's top choice, I takes one 00 cap along with some sex foods and let it sit for 3-4 hours letting the love juices build up.
OT: I use Kanna also to learn about new music as it makes him open minded. It works however best for slow and peacefull music like for instance Alicia Keys.
PB is a large bush whereas EL is a tree. They belong to different species. PB do not have the 4.3 KDH peptide that is proposed as an aphrodisiac marker in EL. However PB does have aphrodisical properties. One gets increased "desire", libido and more ejaculate.
I would normally put some of the chips in a slow cooker and leave it overnight and drink it once every 3 days. It works for rheumatism too.
I am planning to brew it with EL and see what it can do.
Thanks to Hswong33 for providing personal and endemic use of this stuff (ideally, Hswong33 may want to switch to the third person, usually a non-entity named SWIM on this forum).
Does endemic use in Malaysia (of both plants) corroborate the information online ?
I have no idea what the information on PB and EL is, online. What I know is that the use of these plants are traditional and their uses are not confined to aphrodisiac properties. PB is used extensively for rheumatism, EL for hypertension, diabetes, etc. EL is widely used in Malaysia as polygamy is legal for a large part of the population. PB is claimed by some to have better aphrodisiac properties, but I have yet to confirm this. It is about 30% more expensive than EL.
SWIM puts about 25grams of PB chips (from the roots) and steep them overnight in a slow cooker with a couple of cups of water. The chips are then used for another round.
I will report on the effects of EL when he receives a shipment in a couple of weeks time. These will be root chips and will be steeped as above.