Why most girls in their 20s and 30s secretly want a friend with benefits

Good news — casual sex is making a comeback in 2023!

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Hot girls in 2023 are more open to casual sex than ever before…

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Most hot girls today don’t want a boyfriend.

They may say they do. They may even think they do.

But due to social media and dating apps, most women aged 18-24 simply don’t want to commit to one guy just yet.

They have a lot of options, and they want to explore them.

They want to stay single and play the field for a while.

But in the meantime, they don’t want to be celibate…

So what most hot girls want right now is just a chill guy they can hang out with and bang on weekends — without any drama, and without him getting all needy and controlling.

And if that’s you…if you want to hook up with multiple women without settling down with any of them…

Then getting yourself a “harem” of 3-4 hot young FWBs has never been easier.

Discover the secret here: the ultimate guide to getting a hot young F-buddy in 2023, no matter your looks or age


This age old remedy may reverse dementia symptoms

Many people know that aspirin has the ability to squash a headache and decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease.

But the research shows that aspirin is actually something of a wonder treatment.

Over the years I’ve written about studies showing that aspirin can treat certain types of erections problems, destroy bacterial biofilms, and eliminate cells which cause colorectal and prostate cancers.

There is a very long list of things that aspirin is good for – and this includes dementia and mild cognitive impairment.

In one animal experiment, researchers created memory and processing defects in snails by using common bacteria.

The detrimental effects were reversed by aspirin – something indicated in human research too.

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The animal experiments were performed at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Modena, Italy. The paper was published in Naunyn-Schmiedeberg’s Archives of Pharmacology.

In animal research there is a set of behaviors, both mental and physical, which are referred to as sickness states.

It’s a state of general physical and mental malaise.

We know that these states are generally caused by bacterial endotoxin which triggers inflammation and leads to havoc in the immune system.

“We investigated whether endotoxin-induced inflammation would cause a sickness state and impair cognitive function…”

The authors of this study wondered whether they could create the same behaviors in snails and also if these behaviors could be reversed by the use of aspirin.

“…and if so, would aspirin restore the impaired cognition?”

They first tested whether the bacterial endotoxin had the same effect in snails as it does in humans and other animals.

“We first determined if the injection of endotoxin altered behavior, aerial respiration, and then determined if endotoxin altered memory formation when this behavior was operantly conditioned.”

Operant conditioning is a type of training where organisms are given rewards for a certain type of behavior and punishments for other types of behavior.

These rewards and punishments lead to new and predictable behavioral patterns. It’s how you train a dog.

Snails can learn this way too.

The researchers tested whether the snails were able to learn these behavioral patterns in the normal way when they had been poisoned with bacterial endotoxin.

(Bacterial endotoxin impairs learning in humans and other animals.)

Aerial respiration is just a method used by some animals of obtaining water from the air and then extracting oxygen from that water in order to breathe.

“Next, we determined if aspirin altered the endotoxin-induced changes in both aerial respiration and cognitive functions.”

The bacterial toxin had the expected effect, inhibiting the animals ability to “remember” and learn.

The snails also exhibited other behaviors indicative of a state of sickness.

“Endotoxin induced a sickness state that increased aerial respiration and altered the ability of snails to form or recall long-term memory.”

The research showed that aspirin was effective at reversing the sickness and mental problems induced by this common bacterial toxin.

Aspirin reversed the inability to learn which had been caused by bacterial endotoxin.

“Aspirin reverted the endotoxin-induced sickness state and thus allowed long-term memory both to be formed and recalled.”

Bacterial endotoxin is everywhere – but it’s a particular problem in our guts.

Our own bacteria create endotoxin and under stress we can absorb large amounts into general circulation.

This can have profound effects on mental and physical wellbeing, including memory and cognition.

The absorption of large amounts of bacterial endotoxin from the gut into the rest of the body has been clearly implicated in a vast array of diseases…

…from type II diabetes to cardiovascular disease to poor rockiness.

More and more research implicates endotoxin in dementia and mild cognitive impairment.

This research adds to the growing list of studies which show that the myriad of benefits from aspirin…

…can in part be attributed to aspirin’s effects on endotoxin-induced inflammation.

“Endotoxin results in a sickness state that obstructs learning and memory, and this impairment can be prevented by aspirin.”

You should always consult your healthcare practitioner for guidance on medical diagnosis and treatment.

—-Important Message About Getting Endotoxins Out of Your Body—-

This simple protocol cleans endotoxins out of every organ, even the male organ

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There are 2 ways that I know of to get endotoxins out of the body.

The first is really difficult, but it will get you a fantastic result.

Sure, you’ll have to eat all these weird foods…

Take a bunch of obscure and expensive herbs…

Purge and fast, over and over again…

…and in a few months you’ll have healed your gut and gotten rid of the endotoxins, and maybe erections will improve.

I didn’t want to do any of that though…

So I found another way.

I wanted faster results for less money…

I wanted something easy enough that I could do it wherever I am…

And I wanted something that would guarantee better, longer lasting rockiness.

So I developed what I call my Clean Organ Protocol — and it’s working wonders for me…


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.
Aspirin reverts lipopolysaccharide-induced learning and memory impairment: first evidence from an invertebrate model systemhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36100758/