This Cuban waxy substance boosts penile blood flow in men

How men are using this weird waxy substance to boost boners

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Matt Cook here, and there’s a strange waxy substance from Brazil that’s giving men spectacular boners…

It’s a little weird, but immensely powerful.

And just a little bit goes a LONG way.

Here’s how to use this weird waxy substance from Cuba to clear out the penile chambers and boost blood flow…

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This Cuban waxy substance boosts penile blood flow in men

Policosanol is a waxy substance originally extracted from sugarcane in Cuba.

Later, it was found in beeswax, olives and a number of other plants.

Cuban researchers noticed that policosanol had effects on cholesterol.

It was rumored to be an agent which could help prevent or reverse cardiovascular disease.

Refined policosanol supplements have been shown to have numerous beneficial effects.

In one series of experiments, policosanol was shown to limit aortic calcification.

This is the buildup of calcium and other elements like cholesterol which stiffen and block blood vessels, causing cardiovascular problems.

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The animal experiments were carried out at Zagazig University in Egypt. The findings were published in Experimental Biology and Medicine.

The aorta is the main blood vessel which carries blood away from the heart and into the rest of the body.

This blood vessel can become stiff and narrow through a process called calcification.

Calcification involves the buildup of calcium, proteins and cholesterol inside the blood vessels.

This can cause chest pain, shortness of breath, dizziness, fainting and heart failure.

These experiments were carried out to look at the effect of policosanol and some other substances on aortic calcification in rats.

“We set out to investigate the changes in aortic calcification by policosanol, omega-3 fatty acids and statins. We track the progression of atherosclerosis in a diabetic rat model.”

The researchers carried out their experiments in 5 groups of 6 rats.

4 groups of rats were fed diets and chemicals which cause alterations in cholesterol.

This led to aortic calcification and atherosclerosis.

3 of those 4 groups were then given different substances, including policosanol, to see the effect of these substances on disease progression.

“The other groups receive daily doses of statins, policosanol and omega 3 fatty acid for 8 weeks.”

All of the treatments increase HDL cholesterol and vitamin D.

All treatments, including policosanol, inhibited calcification.

This natural, waxy substance was able to slow the progression of aortic calcification…

Potentially preventing cardiovascular problems including heart failure and angina.

“Policosanol decreased aortic vacuoles number and inhibited the calcification process.”

Omega-3 fats and the statin had similar effects.

But there are a great deal of serious side effects caused by these substances.

Policosanol was also more effective at reducing lesions inside the blood vessels and was associated with smaller foam cells…

Which play a large role in the calcification process.

“Policosanol induced a more remarkable reduction in the density and number of foam cells and improved the intimal lesions of the aorta compared with statin.”

Policosanol was more effective at mitigating aortic calcification than the statin tested in this study.

Policosanol also mitigated elevated blood sugar.

“All substances in the study exerted a hypoglycaemic effect.”

The researchers also discovered that policosanol lowered inflammatory markers and oxidative stress.

Policosanol was once again superior in this regard.

“All substances inhibited inflammation, oxidative stress and calcium deposition but the effect of policosanol was remarkable in comparison to the other substances.

Policosanol is a waxy substance made of alcohols and very long chain, stable fatty acids.

It’s likely that one of its major mechanisms of action is blocking the degenerative effect of unstable fats…

Fats like polyunsaturated fatty acids from vegetable oils, fats which are now so common in the diet.

“Policosanol administration to diabetic rats demonstrated lipid-lowering, blood sugar lowering, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects alongside remarkable inhibition of vascular calcification.”

Policosanol has shown to be useful in a number of other health conditions – including high blood pressure.

And there is very little evidence of harmful side-effects, unlike the other substances tested in these experiments.

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These 5 foods reverse calcification in the penis for better boners

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These 5 foods are deliciously simple, but extremely powerful.

They contain all of the essential nutrients men need to prevent calcification of the arteries…

In fact, these nutrients restore flexibility to the arteries, opening them back up again.

Even down in the penile chambers where blood flow is essential for good rockiness.

So here are the 5 foods that reverse calcification in the penis for bigger, better, longer-lasting boners

You only need one or more of these foods — and they also help lower blood pressure!


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.
Policosanol as a new inhibitor candidate for vascular calcification in diabetic hyperlipidemic rats