My new embiggening formula

Just paint it on and watch it grow

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My new embiggening formula — paint it on and watch it grow…

I don’t know about you, but I’ve always been looking for a way to boost my size down there…

And now I’m thrilled to share my new “get bigger” formula with you — it’s now faster-acting, more effective, and easier to use!

Instead of having to swallow any gross clumps of herbs, it’s now in liquid form.

So all a man has to do is apply a few drops in the right place down there…

It absorbs directly into the skin and immediately starts working its magic…

For me, the first time I use my perfected Paint It On and Watch It Grow formula, I know I’ve struck gold…

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As soon as I paint it on down there, I feel a tingling sensation…

In what feels like seconds, I’m getting very aroused.

My balls are twitching in anticipation and then I start swelling up from the base to the tip.

And I’m feeling unstoppable…like I can go for hours, like I’m some young stud from a dirty movie shoot.

“Jodi, quick! Come in here! It’s working!”

We have an amazing, intense love-making session for a full hour.

And I am thicker and stiffer than usual.

So much so that Jodi complains she’s a little sore afterwards! In a good way of course.

Just paint it on and watch it grow…


Warning: this makes cancer spread faster

Hey, Matt Cook here, and how you feel in your mind can really affect your health.

Psychological stress causes changes to the body triggered by the nervous system.

Stress causes inflammation. And this inflammation can cause the spread of cancer.

Researchers found that stress causes changes to the structure of the body…

…making it easier for cancer cells to move around and spread cancer to other parts of the body.

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The animal experiments were carried out at Monash University inAustralia. The results were published in Nature Communications.

Doctors have known about the relationship between stress and disease for a long time.

Some people tend to dismiss doctors’ claims of stress-induced disease as unscientific nonsense.

But we are learning more and more about the biological mechanisms by which stress induces poor health.

A few years ago, a series of experiments unraveled the role of stress in the spread of cancer.

The researchers carried out their experiments on lab mice.

First the mice were infected with human breast cancer cells.

This causes local development of tumors – but these tumors don’t usually spread that far or that rapidly.

Some of these mice were subjected to inescapable confinement.

This means they were restrained in their cage for extended periods of time.

This may seem a cruel sort of torture, but there is a lot of research on this procedure and it is used for a very specific reason.

This inescapable confinement activates the sympathetic nervous system in the mice.

The nervous system then triggers the production of stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol.

Exactly the same thing happens in humans under chronic psychological stress.

Restraining the mice like this was used to mimic stress in humans.

“Mice were subjected to a well-established chronic stress paradigm that activates sympathetic nervous system elevation of stress hormones.”

Then the researchers looked for changes in the lymphatic system.

The lymphatic system is a series of vessels or tubes which serve as drainage channels for toxins – but it can also transport cancer to other parts of the body.

“The importance of the lymphatic system in cancer progression is supported by vast clinical data.”

An enlargement of the lymphatic system can cause the spread of cancer.

There is a lot of research showing that this change in lymphatic vessel density causes increased cancer spread and decreases survival.

The researchers were suspicious that stress could open up the lymphatic system…

…and that this could be how stress and cancer are connected.

Their theory was correct.

Under chronic stress the lymphatic system provided a pathway for cancer to spread throughout the body.

“We found that chronic stress restructures lymphatic networks within and around tumors to provide pathways for cancer cell escape.”

The link between stress and disease is very real. In these experiments the researchers found further mechanisms too.

COX-2 is an enzyme which creates inflammation from polyunsaturated fats – like those found in vegetable oil.

COX-2 was essential for the stress-induced spread of cancer.

“Lymphatic remodeling depends on COX2 inflammatory signaling from white blood cells.”

This may explain some one reason why these polyunsaturated fats are associated with increased cancer risk.

Aspirin also has a role here.

You see, aspirin is a COX-2 inhibitor. It blocks this enzyme which is essential for this stress-induced cancer spread.

And there are dozens and dozens of studies showing that aspirin lowers the risk of developing many different types of cancer.

Probably partly because it blocks COX-2.

The researchers believe that these discoveries could be used to fight cancer.

“These findings suggest that limiting the effects of sympathetic nervous system signaling to prevent tumor cell dissemination through lymphatic routes may provide a strategy to improve cancer outcomes.”

This “sympathetic nervous system signaling” includes COX-2.

COX-2 works with vegetable oils to produce the inflammation which opens up the lymphatic system for cancer.

And which is crippled by aspirin.

Psychological stress is a real threat to our health – especially when it is chronic. But even then there are steps we can take to interrupt the process.

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This simple daily habit can stop prostate cancer

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  • No chemical treatments, no supplements, no surgeries
  • Simple daily habit takes the same amount of time and effort that it takes to drink a glass of water
  • This recent Columbia University study convinced me to try this — 75% of men in the study fixed their prostates this way
  • I fixed my annoying and painful prostate symptoms — no more frequent urination or difficulty voiding my bladder
  • Works for men who want better rockiness, and helps make erections stiffer, stronger, and longer-lasting
  • Surprisingly provides almost endless pleasure opportunities morning, noon, and night — an added bonus!

Here’s the simple daily habit for better prostate health — takes the same amount of time and effort as drinking a glass of water


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.
Chronic stress in mice remodels lymph vasculature to promote tumour cell dissemination