The secret hardening recipe of world’s most notorious playboys

What do King Montezuma II, King Louis XIV, and Giacomo Casanova have in common?

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The secret hardening recipe of world’s most notorious playboys

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What do King Montezuma II, King Louis XIV, and Giacomo Casanova have in common?

They all drank this secret “resurrection” remedy prior to sexual activity.

It helped them give their partners back-arching performances.

It even worked as they aged into their 70’s!

Here’s the ancient secret remedy that “turbocharges” a man’s sexual performance no matter his age…


Show this to your doctor and see what he says…

A huge percentage of older Americans take statins.

In 2011, the numbers were 50% of men who were age 65 to 74 and 39% of women age 75 and older.

And the numbers have just gone up from there.

Combine the 45+ age groups and both genders, and it comes out that one in four Americans, ages 45 and older, are taking a statin.

If you’re over the age of 45, you have a 1 in 4 chance of taking a statin.

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This is a large group of people, and it’s not surprising.

Big Pharma makes a ton of money on treatments that people take every day for the rest of their lives.

There is a huge profit motivation to convince more and more people to take these treatments.

If you are over the age of 65 your doctor is very likely to give you statins.

Here’s what one doctor says:

“As cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of death, disability and health care expenditures among men and women age 65 years or older — and most men and women in this age range are at intermediate or high risk for cardiovascular events — statins, together with a healthy diet and regular exercise, represent one of the most effective … strategies for individual and population-level cardiovascular health,” Fonarow said.

The big question is, “Do statins actually help?”

There is no doubt that statins DO reduce cholesterol numbers. That’s fine, but it doesn’t paint the entire picture.

I’m more interested to know whether or not they reduce your chance of dying.

When you look at the data regarding statin use as a tool to prevent early death the results are much more muddy.

A randomized study from 2017 showed that statins gave NO BENEFIT in preventing death…

And in fact they even had a slightly elevated risk of death.

No benefit was found when pravastatin was given for primary prevention to older adults with moderate hyperlipidemia and hypertension, and a nonsignificant direction toward increased all-cause mortality with pravastatin was observed among adults 75 years and older.

In a 2022 study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, they did a meta-analysis of 21 trials.

They found that statins produced an extremely modest benefit when it comes to all-cause mortality.

The results of this meta-analysis suggest that the absolute risk reductions of treatment with statins in terms of all-cause mortality, myocardial infarction, and stroke are modest compared with the relative risk reductions

Considering that some people have extremely bad reactions to statins, and that they can increase the risk of diabetes…

You should talk with your doctor about how much benefit statins will actually have for you.

While statins are highly effective and safe for most people, they have been linked to muscle pain, digestive problems and mental fuzziness in some people who take them and may rarely cause liver damage.

I can’t tell you to stop taking Big Pharma treatments.

That’s a conversation that you need to have with your doctor. Don’t go off of any treatments without talking with your doctor first.

My research shows me that high cholesterol is a very different condition than what most doctors believe it is.

It’s something that you can address, but statins are probably not the best way to do that…

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Should you skip the statin? This naturally lowers cholesterol by turning it into testosterone

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Many men on statins often suffer from low testosterone and don’t know why.

And it’s because they don’t know how important cholesterol is for testosterone.

See, cholesterol is the natural building block of testosterone.

You can’t make testosterone as a man without cholesterol.

So when you take a statin, you poison your body’s natural mechanism of turning cholesterol into testosterone…

So cholesterol goes down, but so does T…

And that’s yet another reason why I never recommend statins.

Instead, I recommend this – my simple protocol that helps the body turn more cholesterol into T


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