Gengis Khan’s stamina secret to satisfying 500 wives

This secret is why Khan has millions of living descendants today

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How did Genghis Khan manage to get 6 wives and 500 concubines?

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Ghengis Khan was a prolific lover.

He fathered literally hundreds of children in his lifetime.

There are more than 16 million Khan descendants living today!

That’s a lot of nookie.

How could 1 man have so much sexual power, stamina, and drive?


Can aspirin help the heart more than they are saying it can?

Aspirin is one of the oldest and one of the most versatile treatments.

It is so versatile because it has numerous systemic benefits. 

Aspirin decreases inflammation and helps the body to produce energy more efficiently.

Because of this, the benefits of a little aspirin are almost endless.

Cardiovascular problems are an area where there is a lot of evidence of the benefits of aspirin.

In 1 study, researchers found that aspirin could prevent the deterioration of the heart that happens in cardiomyopathy — potentially fighting off heart failure.

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The animal experiments were carried out at the University of Montréal in Canada. The findings were published in the journal Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity.

The research looked at the effect of aspirin on the health of hamsters which tend to develop cardiomyopathy.

The scientists used a number of different groups of hamsters.

Some were normal hamsters, others tended to develop cardiomyopathy.

Some hamsters from each group were given supplemental aspirin.

“Our objective was to evaluate the ability of aspirin therapy to prevent cardiac alterations and oxidative stress in cardiomyopathic hamsters.”

Some animals received aspirin from the time they were 60 days old.

Animals from each group were sacrificed at 150, 250 and 350 days old.

The researchers then looked at different factors which can affect cardiomyopathy and problems caused by the condition.

As expected, the cardiomyopathic hamsters developed a whole host of health problems related to disease.

“Ventricular weight over body weight ratio, resting heart rate and cardiovascular superoxide anion production were much higher in the cardiomyopathic hamsters.”

Superoxide anion is a harmful substance which is increased in the case of cardiomyopathy.

As those animals got older developed even more health problems.

“By 250 days, in addition to the continual deterioration of the previous parameters, blood pressure started to fall and the signs of heart failure appeared.”

But when given aspirin, this same breed of hamster fared much better.

“Aspirin treatment completely prevented elevated superoxide anion production and significantly slowed down the development of cardiac hypertrophy and fibrosis.”

Cardiac hypertrophy is the unhealthy swelling of the heart that happens in cardiomyopathy and heart failure.

Fibrosis is the increase in weblike filaments that weave their way through the heart – scarring the muscle and preventing it from working properly.

Aspirin prevented these 2 structural components of cardiomyopathy and heart failure.

Aspirin also prevented the increase in superoxide anion – the toxin believed to cause a lot of damage to the heart in these conditions.

Another problem that is found in cardiomyopathy and heart failure is an increase in something called NADPH oxidase.

This is the enzyme which creates superoxide anion.

The process is usually used to create poisons in the body which kills bacteria and viruses.

But the abnormal up regulation of NADPH oxidase creates a lot of harmful substances which damage the heart and even other parts of the body.

Hamsters which were given aspirin had much lower levels of this harmful enzyme.

“In cardiomyopathic hamsters, aspirin treatment completely prevented elevated production of NADPH oxidase.”

In these experiments, aspirin prevented structural and biochemical changes which accelerate cardiomyopathy and lead to heart failure.

“Chronic aspirin treatment significantly prevents the deterioration of cardiac function and structure as well as the increased oxidative stress in the cardiomyopathic hamster.”

The researchers concluded that cardiomyopathy is yet another disease where aspirin may be beneficial.

“Our findings suggest that aspirin presents a therapeutic potential to prevent cardiac dysfunction.”

Aspirin is a very beneficial substance – and low doses (100 to 300 mg) have very few risks…

Unless somebody is using another blood thinner like high-dose vitamin E, proteolytic enzymes, or blood thinners like warfarin.

High doses of aspirin need to be accompanied by some other supplements like vitamin K2 and glycine.

—-Important Message About Protecting the Heart—-

5 “flow” foods that can prevent heart attack and lower blood pressure

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I’ve discovered 5 delicious natural foods that improve blood flow ALL over a man’s body…

So now he’s getting good blood flow to the heart, the brain, the penis, and all the other organs.

These foods contain blood-flow boosting nutrients like vitamin K2 that open up and relax the arteries.

And when a man is getting good blood flow like this, his heart doesn’t have to work as hard…

Blood pressure goes down…

And erections improves!

Here are the 5 “flow” foods every man should be eating (your heart and penis will thank you later)


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Protective effects of aspirin from cardiac hypertrophy and oxidative stress in cardiomyopathic hamsters