This is what doctors aren’t telling you…
When I’m alone, here’s how I boost my performance
Have you heard of solo cultivation?
The Taoists use solo cultivation to naturally boost their sexual stamina even into their 90s and beyond.
Solo cultivation is something you do by yourself.
And each time you do it, you increase your stamina for when you have a partner.
I studied solo cultivation and simplified the ancient practice into 3 simple solo activities.
These 3 solo activities feel good and start working immediately.
Why I never, ever take extended release treatments
There is very little that makes me crazier about our current health-care system than the predatory nature of Big Pharma.
From daily maintenance treatments that do nothing to extend life…
…to price gouging for insulin…
…to making it seem like extended-release pills are somehow better for you…
Big Pharma can be bad news.
In this article, I’m going to show you one of the nasty Big Pharma practices that jacks up medical prices and might be costing you A LOT of money for no good reason…
And that is the promotion of extended-release treatments.
Why does Big Pharma promote extended-release treatments?
There is a belief among medical professionals that treatments you only have to take once a day have higher compliance than treatments you have to take two or three times a day.
There isn’t much to back this up…
But Big Pharma companies use this idea to create extended-release versions of their treatments…
…so that they can KEEP THEM IN PATENT LONGER and make more money from you, the consumer.
Do extended-release treatments actually work better?
This might be okay, if extended-release treatments actually did increase compliance…
But they don’t!
“The United States spends more money on medications than any other country. Most extended-release treatments have not consistently shown therapeutic or adherence superiority. And switching these medications to less expensive, generic, immediate-release formulations may offer an opportunity to reduce health-care spending.”
In almost all circumstances, extended-release treatments are NO BETTER for the patient then their less expensive immediate-release counterparts.
How much are extended-release treatments costing us?
While I’m sure that other places in the world have similar problems, in the U.S. this is a particularly bad problem.
Our treatments can cost up to three times more than anywhere else in the world.
“In this cross-sectional study of 20 extended-release treatments, Medicare Part D and Medicaid spent a combined $3.1 billion in 2017. Switching to immediate-release treatment formulations was associated with an estimated $2.6 billion reduction in spending in 2017 and a $13.7 billion reduction from 2012 to 2017.”
The five-year savings in the US for switching from extended-release to immediate-release generics is $13.7 billion dollars!
And that is JUST on Medicare and Medicaid.
This doesn’t even include savings on private pay or private insurance…
That $13.7 billion is a HUGE number in being overcharged for no specific benefit…
But that number doesn’t even include private insurance companies or people who pay for their Big Pharma treatments out of pocket.
I can’t even imagine how high the real number must be…
Strategies for saving money
Fortunately, once you know about this problem, it’s pretty easy to start saving money on your prescription drugs.
Here are my two top tips:
➤ Ask about generic “regular” versions
When your doctor prescribes you an extended-release treatment, simply ask if there is an immediate-release generic version available.
Often there is. And they work just as well.
➤ Stay off treatments as much as possible
I’m not a doctor and I can’t tell you what to do with your medication.
What I can tell you is that being on a lot of Big Pharma treatments unless it’s absolutely necessary, is almost always a bad idea.
The more treatments you are on, the more likely you are to have interactions and negative side effects.
Staying off as many treatments as possible is really key.
The bottom line…
ALWAYS know and understand what your doctor is prescribing.
Ask for alternatives and ask if the med is something you REALLY need.
In addition, do your own research and decide for yourself.
It’s your life and your health. You need to be in charge of it.
I defied my doctors with this “dangerous” testosterone experiment
One of the first health experiments I ever conducted on myself landed me an interview with ABC News.
But my doctors were freaking out… none of them wanted me to go through with what they called my “dangerous” experiment…
And now I know why… because everything I’m doing works better than anything they can prescribe…
There’s nothing dangerous about this… my testosterone is now up past 900!
And what I’ve discovered is completely natural… it drives your testicles to produce testosterone at an unprecedented rate…