Increase Sex Drive, Stamina, and Sexual Enjoyment: with Minerals, Herbs, and Sprinting Exercise

Getting super healthy really boosts the sex drive.

In 2015, at the age of 45, my sex drive started to wane. In fact, it began to be harder to reach orgasm. And I would go a few days without much thought of sex. I thought this was the normal aging process. But it has nothing to do with aging. I actually thought this was going to be a good thing, as I thought I would start to be able to focus more on work. But the opposite happened. I also started getting depressed, I was stressed, I stopped writing, etc. But I was exercising with weights, drinking green smoothies, and taking supplements. After about 6 months of regular weight training, I also began to get constantly fatigued, and not recover energy after my workouts. As it turns out, stress can deplete the body of minerals.

I was fortunate in that I decided to go see a naturopath, and get tested for various nutritional deficiencies. I thought I was so healthy, that I would simply confirm it with the test. Like I thought I’d get all A’s or something and ace the tests, so I wasn’t feeling too badly. It is only now, when I know what it feels like now, after I have fixed things, that I can see from hindsight that things were so wrong, but I hardly knew it at the time. I would only say I had “mild fatigue”, and only “maybe”, because I was working out hard and pushing myself. Ha!

I actually ordered my own tests before a consult, which is the opposite of how it’s done. I tested low in zinc and copper. Zinc is directly needed to make testosterone. Copper is needed to make DHEA, which is a precursor to testosterone. Copper is also needed to make energy. I also tested low in free testosterone.

This was a bit shocking, since I was taking zinc and copper once or twice a week, and I was lifting weights 6 times a week! I didn’t want to “over do” taking too much supplements.

So, how did I get low in zinc and copper, while taking at least some zinc and copper??? Probably the green smoothies. Greens are chelators, meaning, they remove toxic metals. Well, they might deplete the good trace minerals, too. I think they do. But there are other chelators: vitamin C, distilled water, and coffee, and I was partaking of all of those too. We also lose minerals from excessive sweating, and I was working out 6 times a week, and I’ve always sweated excessively. We also lose minerals from stress, and I was under a tremendous burden of stress from the IRS. Still am. But I fixed the result of that stress with mineral supplementation, as follows.

So I started taking zinc every night, regularly. Now here comes the embarassing part, or the less embarassing part of the story, depending on one’s perspective. After taking zinc every night, every morning I would wake up with a stiff one, and I’m not talking about my lower back. This was very odd, because before taking zinc, I would have the morning wood only about once every ten days.

So here’s the other odd part. I used to think morning wood was something to be embarassed about. (Society and cultural norms and all). But when I got that every day from taking zinc, how can you be embarassed about something so regular that it’s normal? Wouldn’t the zinc deficiency be something to be embarassed about? And shouldn’t I be willing to talk more openly about having fixed the problem? But I was still not yet ready to do that. I suppose now I am.

Zinc also increases the ability to sleep. Zinc, in helping increase sleep, increases testosterone. In increasing testosterone, zinc helps wound healing, and recovery from workouts. Zinc helps prevent skin rashes, and it also helps reduce allergies, and it helps to trap and prevent excess release of histimine.

Next, I was wondering what other trace minerals I might be low in. Like what about the trace minerals that I was not tested for? And there are plenty. Here is my list: https://revealingfraud.com/2019/04/health/why-i-take-all-the-minerals/

The next mineral I started taking was boron. After study, I decided on 9mg to 30 mg. Boron also boosts testosterone. It also helps the body retain and use calcium and magnesium better. It does this through a hormone secreted by the parathyroid. Boron also helps the body detox fluoride. Fluoride also reduces testosterone. The day or two after taking boron, I started writing again! But I was very, very angry and agitated. I believe this was part of the process of detoxing fluoride.

The advocates of boron say that boron can cause depression. And I did notice this. And so, wow, boron is some “strong medicine”, but it’s a mineral.

So, I began to cycle the boron, taking it for a while, then taking a break, and noticing my mood changes. But as time went on, boron no longer negatively effected my mood, and I can only assume that the depression and anxiety from the boron was not from the boron, but from mobilizing and detoxing the fluoride. After about a year, my mood was stable whether I was taking boron or not. At that point, I felt that it was safer to try taking a higher dose of boron, because I was probably past the difficult part of the fluoride detox. I took a whopping 400 mg of boron every day for a week. Zero mood changes. Boron is primarily indicated for reversing arthritis, probably because it both detoxes fluoride, which weakens the bones, and because it greatly strengthens the bones.

After a month on boron, I started iodine and selenium. Both of these also boost testosterone. Iodine also detoxes fluoride. My first drop of 2% Lugol’s iodine greatly boosted my mood. I could think of all the trauma I had suffered, and lo and behold, I was no longer mad. I was like “what magic is this?” Will it always be this way? Is this really from the iodine? Wow. I was also having suicidal thoughts, over 100 a day, and with that first drop, the suicidal thoughts suddenly stopped. That blew my mind. What? I’m not even my own thoughts? Who am I? What am I? Was I a walking bag of nutritional deficiencies that I’m fixing? Am I becoming a new person? But I’m still me?! But a better version of myself!?

There is even an “iodine painting protocol” in which you can apply the iodine right to the balls, then apply an oil, like coconut oil, so the skin does not dry out. This greatly increases the sex drive, sexual ability, and sexual enjoyment. This is no scam. Iodine is cheap, a bottle that costs $11 lasts a month.

The most important thing that iodine does, is it boosts intelligence. I could tell it had this effect on me immediately. I had increased concentration, brain power, increased memory, increased processing speed. It was great! I used my new brain to devour the research, and controversy on iodine.

Iodine is also a very powerful antibiotic, and antifungal. Boron is also an antibiotic and antifungal. But iodine does not disrupt good gut bacteria. I waited a full year after taking iodine, before writing my article on iodine.

About one year ago, I significantly boosted my copper intake from 3-9 mg, to 20-30 mg. These days, I’m back down to 10-20mg. I started taking more copper because I had several symptoms of low copper: bleeding, slight joint pains, I had recovered from arthritis, and copper also helps with arthritis. Sure enough I felt super good taking more copper.

Copper is like an “upper”. It helps to keep you awake. So I take copper in the morning, and zinc at night. Copper and Vitamin C are both needed for collagen formation, which is about 1/3 of your muscle tissue, and great for the skin, and prevents wrinkles. Women go so far as to apply expensive collagen creams, but I think they would be better off just taking extremely cheap copper and vitamin C supplements. And again, copper helps make DHEA, the master hormone that is also turned into testosterone. So, yes, taking more copper also boosted my sex drive even more.

I do NOT recoment just taking zinc, copper, boron, iodine, and selenium. I strongly recommend all the minerals. The reason is that minerals have mineral blocking or mineral depleting effects. For example, zinc, copper and iron tend to block each other. So taking only excess copper, can end up lowering iron. This happened to me this year. I’m also noticing that after a lifetime of nearly always avoiding calcium, I should take at least some. Too much sodiem and magnesium can lower calcium. So, again, here is the full list of minerals:

There are also herbs that significantly boost testosterone. I use the herbs less regularly, because I find that the minerals are more potent. But when I add the herbs while I’m taking all the minerals, then I feel like I have hit a “second puberty”, and sometimes it feels like “too much”. Fortunately, this is easy to fix, just stop taking the herbs. Or I may only take them one day a week.

In fact, this combination of minerals, herbs, and exercise, has allowed me to put on more muscle in the last three years, while working out less strenuously than ever in my life. And I’m 49. 6’1″, and 217 pounds.

The testosterone boosting herbs are:
Tribulus.
Saw Palmetto.
Horny Goat Weed (obvious name)
Ashwagandha
Yohimbe

A few years ago, I also made my own herbal supplement that contained over 240 different herbs. The main effect that people liked was a boost in their sex drive. Herbs work.

The style of exercise that boosts testosterone is sprinting, and heavy weight training. Long distance cardio can lower testosterone.

What’s interesting is that a session of sprinting training will boost testosterone more in people who never sprint, than it will in a sprinter who regularly trains. Just ease into it, or you will get sore muscles. And you don’t have to sprint to the max, try 70-80% effort running.

I have found that copper, over 10mg, also helps to prevent muscle soreness.

I have never knowingly taken testosterone supplements. Unfortunately, I have taken “male enhancement” supplements with “testosterone precursors”, many of which might have been spiked with steroids. Individual supplements, like iodine, are never spiked with steroids. The problem with steroids is that they cause the body to adapt and respond and make less natural testosterone, which is the opposite of what you want. I do not recommend steroids.

Warning: If you are being abused, in an abusive relationship, increasing your testosterone may cause you to have the capacity to see this more clearly, and tolerate it far less. This is what I’ve seen both from my own personal experience, and I’ve seen this in others. This can be good and bad. Seeing clearly, and standing up for yourself is obviously good. From the abuser’s point of view, not so much, as they will no longer be able to abuse you.

I also think that if you happen to be the abuser, increasing your brain power will make you far more patient, more tolerant of the mistakes of others, just so long as their mistakes are not abusing you.

Second warning: The “powers that be” in American society do not want you to increase your testosterone. This is why they put fluoride in the water, and why 25% to 33% of prescription medicines contain fluoride, and about half of all antidepressents contain fluoride. Fluoride is also in gore-tex fabric and gore-tex dental floss, and it’s also in teflon coated non stick pans. I threw away my non stick pans, and replaced them with ceramic coated pans. They want Americans to be docile, compliant, obedient. They are also abusers, of course, and increasing your testosterone will help you to see that more clearly, and to want to do something about it.

I also recommend not drinking tap water, nor bottled water with fluoride in it. I have a home water distillation system to remove the floride and other contaminants in tap water.

Now, in my research, I repeatedly find this great list, which was recently updated!
https://cortes.site/increase-testosterone/

I disagree with a few of his points, as follows.

  1. Whey protein. Some like it, others do not. I don’t.
  2. I don’t like fish oil. The stink. Rancidity. There are other great sources of Omega 3’s: walnuts, grass fed butter, coconut oil, MCT oil.
  3. Bone broth is high in fluoride, which they feed to chickens. Fluoride is also sprayed on dried fruit, as a fungicide.
    https://fluoridealert.org/issues/sources/f-pesticides/

Here is another great list:
https://optimizedlifelabs.com/blogs/tips/50-ways-to-boost-testosterone-naturally-2018

Minerals that boost Testosterone:

Boron: Scientific study showing 11mg/day boron boosts free testosterone:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21129941

Iodine boosts testosterone:
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Testosterone_Iodine.aspx
https://www.scribd.com/doc/222400050/The-Secret-That-Doubles-Testosterone

Selenium for Testosterone | Benefits and Side Effects
http://iast.net/testosterone-booster-ingredients/selenium-benefits-and-side-effects/

Magnesium Oil for Higher Testosterone (1 gram/day)
http://www.dangerandplay.com/2012/04/19/magnesium-oil-for-higher-testosterone/

Copper and zinc: Correlation between serum testosterone level and concentrations of copper and zinc in hair tissue.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21671089

Cobalt is necessary for the proper retention of estrogen, testosterone, cortisol, Jonathan Wright MD
http://www.fatnews.com/index.php/weblog/comments/cobalt-is-necessary-for-the-proper-retention-of-estrogen-testosterone-corti

Potassium Study: Potassium and Testosterone with Body Builders
http://www.fitflex.com/potassiumtest.html

52 Evidence-Based Ways to Increase Testosterone Levels Naturally
https://www.anabolicmen.com/how-to-increase-testosterone-levels-naturally/
–barely mentions iodine, copper, potassium
also neglects cobalt.

But look. All this is just “knowledge”. It’s nothing unless you act.

So set your mind to purpose. Start a few things. Then more. Then those become habits, then add more. Then come back to this list, and do even more. You can always slack off later if you want to. But you probably won’t.

So just do it!

6 replies on “Increase Sex Drive, Stamina, and Sexual Enjoyment: with Minerals, Herbs, and Sprinting Exercise”

  1. I like this article, I think it’s very helpful. Men really need this more than women, because of the war against men and the ways that they are being oppressed in leadership. Testosterone is very important for the men of our current social climate. Myself, I may have too much testosterone because my drive and stamina are unusually high. I really like this topic because of the healing power of intimacy that brings alot of love frequency into the world. Without testosterone, a man cannot take a woman into that sacred space of fire that transmutes, transcends the lower nature where abuse, stress and sin has a stronghold. This makes me an advocate for increasing testosterone. Anything that brings us closer to God is good and sacred intimacy is definitely a catalyst into His glorious presence.

  2. Jay, I think you should find a way to produce your own brands of mineral supplements,,, I’d buy em’. Love the paragraph about abusive relationships,, My 1st thought: ‘yea like having a wife that refuses to blow you,’ lol sorry for language, but it’s true, how many married men are abused this way ? My guess is 65-75 % and of course that % increases as the marriage ‘ages’ .. Almost all women blow us when 1st in the relationship,, but 5, 10 yrs later ? HA less than 1/2 still do,,, makes me feel women just trap us w/ their mouths’ only to doule trap us (w/abusive scoulding ) once they ‘land’ their man.

    1. Clark, you seem to think that if you tell them what the law is, that they will have an interest, and care, rather than violate the law. This has rarely been my experience. In my experience, in most cases, they always ignore the law.
      So. Is this working for you and others?

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