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What is life really about?
I can summarize it in a few sentences, even a few words:
Only good sex makes life worthwhile. And after that, a comfortable death.
Good sex is real. Good sex is more real than good philosophy. It's not just that we know it. We feel it. And that's more important.
What is life? Life is biochemistry.
Whether we are smart or dumb, whether we are ethical or cruel, all just brain chemistry.
So are my insights, or what many people consider my idiotism. Let them have their views. Because theirs and mine are really just different neurochemical soups.
And then, of course, whether our sex is good or not, at the end of the day, literally (because that is when most people have sex) and metaphorically, is also just biochemistry.
I care for better sex. It can never be good enough.
Sure, I have my opinions on social orders that are conducive to better sex, and I have concerns regarding health and sexual attractiveness.
But the centerpiece of my ideology is modern shamanism. Or, if you prefer scientific terminology, neuropharmacology.
If there were a drug, or herbal concoction, with the power to catapult me into sexual paradise, even with a collection of silicon sex dolls if there are the right sensations in my brain and body, that would solve many problems. Alas, we aren't quite there yet. On the other hand, it's not that we are entirely helpless. Sex can be improved.
It may not be as dramatic as the silicon sex doll example above, but pharmacological and herbal intervention can make a substantial difference.
For couples who are exclusively committed to each other but are missing the sexual zest of decades ago.
Or for older, and younger, men who just can't get as excited as they once experienced or long for.
Sexual enhancement works. No doubt about that. And at the current stage of modern shamanism, or neuropharmacology, our best bet is tuning the dopaminergic systems of our brains.
Many, rather heavy, prescription drugs for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease interfere with the dopaminergic system. In many patients, these drugs cause hypersexual agitation.
I have tried them all and published reports.
But for the average, and especially the novice user, there is no need to reach so deep into the war chest. Start with Sumatra Pasak Bumi's Thai Testosterone Libido Formula, which is a blend of butea superba extract and tongkat ali extract.