Men: Paint these onto your scrotum

Men: Paint these onto your scrotum

The FDA in the United States is an authoritarian, totalitarian dictatorship that keeps people from true freedom.

But it is even worse in many other countries — outside the United States.

There are countries where people cannot even get something as simple as DHEA or allopregnanolone — it is not allowed.

In the United States, the drug companies hold sway over the FDA.

And it’s all about protecting the profits of the drug companies.

Testosterone is just one example of how the FDA bows down to Big Pharma.

Not too many years ago, the drug companies got together — they put pressure on the FDA to make testosterone illegal.

They wanted testosterone only to be available by prescription.

Now, the molecule testosterone is very simple and very cheap to make.

But the drug companies often charge $200 or three dollars per month for supplemental testosterone.

The insurance companies pay this off, so it’s a big racket.

A lot of men take testosterone to increase sex drive.

However, not long ago, I found that there is a way to use much much less testosterone and get much more benefit out of it.

And if you don’t need testosterone, which most people don’t, you can still benefit from this method of administration.

Men, you can paint these hormones onto your scrotum to raise your testosterone!

You just take a little bit of carrier oil with the prohormonal hormone that you want, and you apply it on your scrotum.

The skin on the scrotum is not very sensitive to chemicals, so it doesn’t hurt even though it sounds like it might.

A simple testicle massage with this prohormone and carrier oil mix will help increase sex drive and more.

And what’s more interesting is that whatever the prohormonal hormone, the carrier oil is key.

If used with a little vitamin E or DMSO, the prohormone will transit into the skin and through the testicles.

DMSO is dimethyl sulfoxide, which is a synthetic compound that absorbs easily into the skin.

There are a lot of advantages to scrotal administration.

But if you are a supplement company, the FDA dictates what you can say about your supplements.

And the FDA says that you can’t legally offer a nutritional supplement unless you recommend people take it orally.

And if you start talking about putting in on the scrotum, then it becomes a drug under FDA definition.

Then, they restrict you to avoid competing with the big drug companies making billions of dollars in profits.

However, I don’t sell supplements.

And I can use my freedom of speech and expression to give you the facts I find.

So I can just tell you that this study says you can take various prohormones much more safely than you could otherwise.

And many men can increase their testosterone rate double or triple without using any testosterone whatsoever.

So, in theory, this study only applies to testosterone cream.

But in reality, it applies to any hormone or prohormone that may work better administered directly to the testicles or even the prostate.

Now, the less you use, the better off you are.

And in this case, researchers had to use very very little.

We conclude that testosterone administration to scrotal skin is well tolerated and produces dose-dependent peak serum testosterone concentration with a much lower dose relative to the non-scrotal transdermal route.

So take this to heart.

If your doctor offers you testosterone, you may elect to get the transdermal cream and put it on your scrotum.

And if you’re looking at supplementation to build your testosterone levels, you might want to try scrotum massage.

Just look for compounds that can be conveniently painted onto your scrotum rather than swallowed.

 

 


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.
pharmacokinetics of testosterone cream applied to scrotal skin 
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28334510?dopt=Abstract 

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