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Tongkat Ali

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Scientific name : Eurycoma longifolia
Local name : Tongkat Ali
Common name : Long Jack

...they called it viagra of the east but in actual fact, it has other uses....

Properties : The whole plant can be used.
However, the roots is the most potent.
The drink is colorless. It is bitter to taste.

Tongkat Ali is a local herb.
It is grown wild in the jungle.
The locals believe that the drink made from Tongkat Ali is aprodisiac.
Scientists have done research on it and found some truth.

I have personally done an experiment on it.
I took the drink every night before sleep.
It was only after a month that I found that my private was much stiffer.
However, in the jungle, the Tongkat Ali has many uses.
The communist of Malaysia used the herb for treatment of the wounded.

The brew is used for the treatment of the following:

  1. Act as an antiseptic to clean wound. Apply the brew on the wound with cotton. Wipe dry.
  2. The drink is used for malaria and fever. Brew the roots/stems/leaves. Drink as many times as possible.
  3. Act as a "cooling" drink for heatiness.

Height : Tall tree up to 10 meter.
Distinguish Features : Unbreakable leaflet when crushed.
Found : Grows wild in jungle.
Commercial: Available in capsules, wood chips, 3-in-1 powdered drinks.

Use For : Aprodisiac or heatiness

  1. Cut the roots into small pieces.
  2. Put several pieces in a cup.
  3. Pour boiling water into the cup.
  4. Cover the cup.
  5. Drink when cool. Bitter to taste.
  6. You can continue to pour boiling water until the bitterness of the drink disappear.

Use For: Antiseptic used on open sore or wound

  1. Boil the roots.
  2. When cool, apply the solution directly on the sore or wound.
  3. Reapply when necessary.

Always Take Good Care of your health!
Forest Ang

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