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How I discovered this move that makes a woman come intensely after about 30 seconds
So I discovered this one move that when I make it, women just go nuts. In just 30 seconds tops.
I’ll just say that I tried it 3 different times with 3 different women and it worked EVERY time.
Then I found that 3 other moves work as well, and they give you a kind of variety if you are (like me) sleeping with the same girl.
I think the reason these moves work is they let a woman climax in a different way than she’s used to.
You may know that women don’t get off from vaginal intercourse — but these 4 moves give her an intense O with or without intercourse.
This spice works better than Claritin for allergy symptoms
Hay fever can be a real pain.
Aside from the obvious discomfort and embarrassing effects, hay fever can cause major sleep disruption — which can actually be a real threat for people in already poor health.
Every year, more and more people develop a fever — and usually people use antihistamines to treat the symptoms.
Antihistamines are partly effective, but they do come with risks and common side effects.
A randomised, double-blind controlled trial showed that ginger extract is more effective than the most commonly used antihistamine medication.
What’s more, ginger extract is safer and has far fewer side-effects.
The human research was carried out at Thammasat University in Thailand.
The findings were published in BMC Complementary Medicine.
This research was carried out in Thailand where hayfever is becoming increasingly common — just like in the United States.
“Allergic rhinitis is a non-infectious immune disease and incidence of this disease has increased continuously in Thailand.”
Ginger is considered a natural remedy for hayfever in Thailand, just like it is in many other parts of the world.
“Ginger is used in Thai traditional medicine as a treatment for allergic rhinitis.”
These researchers decided to see whether ginger was an effective treatment for hay fever, and how it compared to the most common, over-the-counter treatment.
The researchers created their own ginger supplement from the study.
They collected, dried and powdered ginger before increasing the potency of the herb by alcohol extraction.
Then they created an experiment to test the effect of 500 milligrams of their ginger extract against the standard dose of an antihistamine called Loratadine.
Loratadine is sold under a number of different trade names, including Claritin.
80 people were included in the study. They were randomised into 2 groups of 40 — ginger extract versus Loratadine.
“Allergic rhinitis patients were treated with ginger extract or loratadine in a randomised, double-blind, controlled trial for 6 weeks.”
The researchers asked the participants to complete questionnaires during the course of the study.
One of these questionnaires looked at nasal symptoms.
The researchers also carry out nasal scans — looking at the degree of constriction inside the nose.
Less constriction means it is easier to breathe — and sleep.
The participants also completed questionnaires on overall quality of life to look at other symptoms.
Ginger extract was as effective as Loratadine at treating nasal symptoms.
“The results showed both ginger extract and loratadine treated groups had significantly decreased total nasal symptom scores – with no significant difference between the groups.”
Nose scans showed that ginger extract was superior in improving the situation inside the nose.
“The ginger treated group significantly increased the estimated volume of the nasal cavity and decreased distances from the nostril – but the loratadine treated group did not change.”
Ginger was far more effective at opening up the nasal cavity than the standard antihistamine treatment.
The overall changes in quality of life were similar for the 2 treatments.
“Both groups had significant improvements in every aspect of the quality of life questionnaire after 3 weeks.”
There were no changes in liver function tests in either group.
Another area where ginger excelled was intermittent side-effects.
Ginger produced 4 fewer side-effects than loratadine/Claritin.
“Ginger extract caused fewer side-effects, especially drowsiness, fatigue, dizziness and constipation.”
The study showed a high-quality ginger extract is more effective and safer than the standard over-the-counter antihistamine treatment.
“We conclude that ginger extract could be used as an alternative treatment for patients with allergic rhinitis.”
Hay fever is known as a disease caused by an increase in histamine.
But it also increases other irritants like serotonin and estrogen.
Ginger is a rather interesting plant because it reduces numerous irritating compounds produced in the body under stress — not just histamine.
It’s certainly worth trying a high-quality ginger extract if you suffer from hay fever or other histamine/serotonin related problems.
Worried about getting germs from people around you? How to never get sick again (may even help against ‘rona)
I’ve discovered a special new form of a common vitamin that delivers 150x more benefits…
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And it penetrates the tissues, the organs, the glands, and even the brain.
So when you take this Super vitamin before getting on a plane, your cells will be encased in armor, so germs practically bounce right off you.