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Tongkat Ali / Nutmeg Complex, 400 capsules @ 300 mg


Tongkat ali is a straight testosterone booster. Nutmeg modifies sensual perception. This blend is good for strange sexual experiences. Don't overdose! Danger of sexual hallucinations.

This product is also available as loose extraxt powder which can be mixed into orange juice, milk, tea, or plain water. Compared with capsules on a per-gram basis, the price of loose extract powders is less than half, typically just 40 percent. With bulk loose extract powders, it is also easier to stack, or to modify a stack to tilt the blend towards specific desired effects. See here for the bulk loose extract.

Superior, estrogenic activity avoiding packaging


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Shipped free worldwide (including USA) from Thailand

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Tongkat Ali / Nutmeg Complex, 400 capsules @ 300 mg can be paid through PayPal, and it will be shipped from Thailand by airmail or, where available, by ePacket. Tracking is provided. Shipping to most parts of the world takes about two weeks. If more than 1 bottle is ordered to avail of discounts, the bottles are shipped one-by-one about a week apart. This method avoids customs inconveniences. We always guarantee the arrival of a shipment.


1 bottle (400 caps), 85 USD



2 bottles (800 caps), 136 USD



4 bottles (1600 caps), 216 USD





Micronized tongkat ali and nutmeg extracts

Please not that our tongkat ali and nutmeg extracts are micronized for optimal absorption and to minimize gastric irritation. Micronizing allows maximal efficacy at comparatively small dosages thus minimizing side effects.



Tongkat ali and nutmeg

Read about the great aphrodisiac potential of a tongkat ali / nutmeg combination

Libido orgasm stack instead of Viagra

Several herbals in a stacking regimen, including tongkat ali and nutmeg, achieve better results than a single herbal, with fewer potential side effects


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