Sex is the essence of life, and libido (sexual desire) is the essence of sex. That is why butea superba and tongkat ali (especially the sexually more agitating Thai variety) are superior to Pfizer’s Blue. Pfizer’s Blue causes erections alright but it is false reverse logic to think that having an erection makes satisfying sex. Pfizer’s Blue erections, just like alprostadil injections or penis pumps, cause blood flow into the male organ, even if the mind has no sexual desire at all.
But the potential of butea superba and tongkat ali is something entirely different. The potential of butea superba is to give a person back his or her lost sexual desires. Sexual desires are the essence of life. They give us a feeling of what we are living for.
Butea superba and tongkat ali raise testosterone. This is the standard application of the two herbals.
Lack of libido is not a clinical condition, not a disease. It is quite normal when getting older, and quite normal for women of any age.
That it’s so normal does not make it any more appealing. A lack of libido results in a lack of sense for being alive.
Based on hundreds of years of Thai and Indonesian folk medicine, we believe that butea superba and tongkat ali can help regain lost libido, or even bring about libido that has never been there.
1 Sarah E. Edwards, Ines da Costa Rocha, Elizabeth M. Williamson and Michael Heinrich, An Evidence-Based Guide to Herbal Medical Products
2 Peter Lim Huat Chye, Traditional Asian folklore medicines in sexual health, SYMPOSIUM Year : 2006 | Volume : 22 | Issue : 3 | Page : 241-245