This tea is completely natural, and it’s made out of ingredients that might even be growing in your backyard…
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Brazilian twig tea = wood in 30 secs
An unusual discovery changes everything we thought we knew about getting rigid.
Researchers studied a tribe deep in the mountains of Brazil…
Where the people have no modern treatments like blue pellets.
And they discovered that the elders – guys in their 50s, 60s, 70s, and beyond…
…are still banging the young chicks in the tribe every day.
And I’m talking for hours on end, without any chemical stimulation whatsoever.
Researchers couldn’t work out how these men were still so virile, when so many men in America struggle.
Until they saw the elders drinking a strange “twig tea”…
It turns out the tea works in a way that’s unlike anything guys normally use…
Because it targets the root cause of floppy jalopy, instead of being a bandaid for the symptoms.
The tea is completely natural, and it’s made out of ingredients that might even be growing in your backyard.
It takes less than a minute to knock together, then you just take a sip and feel your loins stirring almost straight away.
Some guys are saying it’s the first time in 20 years that they’ve been at full mast.
I suggest you mix a little of this tea if you want to see similar results.
Brazilian twig tea = wood in 30 secs
How to stop calcium from building up in the blood vessels
Atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease are dependent upon the buildup of calcium in the blood vessels – atherosclerosis caused by calcification.
It’s no great mystery what causes this buildup – I’ve outlined the major factors in one of my newsletters.
One of these major factors is vitamin K status – particularly vitamin K2 status.
A lot has been written about the cardiovascular benefits of one form of vitamin K2 which is known as MK4.
But there are also studies indicating that other forms of vitamin K2 from food improve cardiovascular outcomes.
The human research was carried out at the University Medical Center Utrecht in The Netherlands. This paper was published in Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases.
The researchers were investigating dietary factors that influence coronary heart disease.
This is a disease where blood flow is restricted by narrowing blood vessels.
The problem in the blood vessels is often attributed to fatty buildup, including cholesterol…
…but there’s a lot of calcium too, and calcium (not cholesterol) seems to be the binding factor in atherosclerosis.
Vitamin K increases the production of proteins which are associated with healthy blood vessels – free of excess calcium.
“Vitamin K dependent proteins have been demonstrated to inhibit vascular calcification.”
The authors of this study wanted to find out more about the role of different forms of vitamin K on the likelihood of developing coronary heart disease (CHD).
“We examined the relationship between dietary vitamins K(1) and K(2) intake, and its subtypes, and the incidence of CHD.”
The researchers analyzed data from over 15,000 people between the ages of 49 and 70.
The participants all had the all clear in terms of cardiovascular disease at the outset of the study.
“All participants were free of cardiovascular diseases at baseline.”
The participants completed detailed dietary questionnaires which were analyzed for levels of the different forms of vitamin K.
“Intake of vitamin K and other nutrients was estimated with a food frequency questionnaire.”
The participants’ health was then tracked for the next eight years.
Almost 500 people had a new diagnosis of coronary heart disease in that period.
People consumed an average of about 200µg of vitamin K1 per day.
The average consumption of vitamin K2 was around 30µg.
The researchers looked at the relationship between the different forms of vitamin K.
They did this after they accounted for other known risk factors for coronary heart disease in their calculations.
“After adjustment for traditional risk factors and dietary factors…”
The study showed that people who consumed more vitamin K2 had a significantly lower risk of being diagnosed with coronary heart disease.
The average intake was about 30µg a day – and 10µg of vitamin K2 can be said to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease by almost 10%.
“We observed an inverse association between vitamin K(2) and risk of CHD with a Hazard Ratio of 0.91 per 10 microg/d vitamin K(2) intake.”
Most of the previous research on vitamin K2 has been done on one form known as MK-4.
MK-4 certainly does have benefits for the cardiovascular system…
…but this research also showed that forms Mk-7, 8 and 9 are strongly linked to cardiovascular benefits.
“This association was mainly due to vitamin K(2) subtypes MK-7, MK-8 and MK-9.”
Natto and beef liver are great sources of MK-7.
Natto and firm cheeses are some foods highest in MK-8.
Jarlsberg and Gamalost cheeses are the best sources of MK-9 by weight.
These are different types of vitamin K2…
All of which come from animal foods or from bacterial fermentation of plant foods like soybean (in the case of Natto).
Vitamin K1 is the form that comes from green leafy vegetables.
The researchers found no relationship between this nutrient and coronary heart disease.
Numerous different types of vitamin K2 can help to keep the cardiovascular system healthy.
“A high intake of K2, especially MK-7, MK-8 and MK-9, could protect against CHD.”
You should always consult your healthcare practitioner for guidance on medical diagnosis and treatment.
Why this shake keeps increasing my blood flow down there…
Thanks to this shake, I’m getting hot, pumping blood flow everywhere in my body…
…especially in my member where it’s plumping up and looking bigger than ever…
My wife even commented on how much thicker I felt inside her — and this was just a week after drinking this shake!
The reason it works is because it contains 5 vital nutrients (including vitamin K2) for great blood flow.
These 5 nutrients open up my arteries and increase blood flow, and it even lowers my pressure naturally.
Here’s my new blood flow shake — try it and let me know how it goes