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Why I Use Kratom

In this video, I explain why I use kratom, how it benefits millions of Americans, and how you can help fight the FDA’s kratom ban. To sign the White House petition against the kratom ban, click here. To join the Kratom March on D.C., click here. Remember to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more […]

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How GABA Can Lower Your Anxiety

GABA is a truly weird supplement in that all the literature I’ve been able to find on it is split down the middle. Half the articles on it claim that it’s useless, the other half claim it’s a great way to lower your anxiety levels. The former argument focuses on the fact that GABA doesn’t […]

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Is Peruvian Naturals’ Maca Root Worth the Money?

If you’ve been reading for a while, you know that I recommend maca root as an inexpensive supplement for enhancing your sexual health. Taking 1,575 mg of it a day not only made my testicles larger, it also increased the frequency and strength of my erections. But does the brand you use make a difference? […]

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Why Herb Pharm’s Ashwagandha is the Best

A while back, I recommended taking ashwagandha as an all-purpose sleep aid and anxiety reducer. While not as powerful as phenibut or kratom, a capsule of ashwagandha every day had a noticeably calming effect on my demeanor. But like with other supplements, not all brands of ashwagandha are equal. A month ago, I switched from […]

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Why You Need to Take Vitamin D and Vitamin K2

While most people recognize that they need Vitamin D, they typically stick to the cheap brands available from their local supermarkets. It’s yet another type of supplement where relying on store brands can do more harm than good. Like with fish oil, you need to spend money if you want results. The problem with taking […]

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Can Chanca Piedra Reduce Your Chances of Getting Kidney Stones?

Chanca piedra is a plant from South America used by Amazonian natives and other South Americans to treat kidney stones. The herb’s name literally translates to “crushes rocks,” and it purportedly works to lower and normalize calcium levels in urine, since excessively high calcium is the cause of those oh-so-painful kidney stones. But does it […]

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Can L-Tyrosine Make You Wittier and More Sociable?

L-tyrosine is one of the strangest supplements I’ve ever taken. It’s not an anxiety-killing, pleasure-inducing substance like phenibut, but actually works to increase verbal intelligence. Unlike nootropics, l-tyrosine is an amino acid that has more in common with l-citrulline and other, similar products. The label advertises it as supporting “healthy glandular function” and “mental alertness,” […]

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How Kratom Can Change Your Life

Kratom is one of those substances I’d wish I’d known about years ago. I’ll admit that the hype around kratom turned me off to the stuff. Good Looking Loser has been a friend to my site (and a former advertiser) for the longest time, but when I started reading about the “kratom lifestyle,” my brain […]

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Can Alpha Lipoic Acid Increase Your Testosterone?

Alpha lipoic acid is a somewhat obscure supplement I learned about from reading Pill Scout’s now out-of-print title Testosterone Black Book. According to him, it functions as an anti-aromatase akin to chamomile. In other words, it helps preserve testosterone by keeping your body from converting it to estrogen. While it can be found in Brussels […]

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How DMAE Can Help You Focus

DMAE (dimethylethanolamine) is one of the strangest nootropics I’ve run across so far. A white powder that tastes like mud and looks like Philippine sewage runoff, it purports to improve concentration and focus. It’s super-cheap, costing only about seven dollars for a three month supply. But does it actually work? The answer is yes, but […]

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