Struggling to get it up in the morning?
Facing the embarrassment and the stress that comes with not being able to get your soldier to stand at attention when you’re about to get frisky with your lady?
The market for libido boosters us growing rapidly, and men of younger and younger ages are getting hooked on those expensive and often unhealthy blue pills.
Are there natural, scientifically proven ways to increase blood-flow to that region (which is all that those blue pills do)?
On top of that, are there natural, scientifically proven ways to increase sex drive, independent of improving sexual function?
Sometimes it’s not merely a matter of not getting enough blood-flow, but of not having enough drive.
In this article you’ll learn about the perfect, natural, proven libido-boosting cocktail that includes a primary ingredient in those blue pills, which made the makers of Viagra furious when they found out they couldn’t patten this ingredient because it was found to be in high levels in a single herb found in nature.
You’ll also learn how much you need of each to be effective, and where to get them at a very inexpensive price.
Listen, just because you’re having trouble getting it up or your drive is low, it doesn’t mean that this has to be your plight in life, there’s A LOT you can do, and a lot you can do naturally, starting with these 3 potent herbs and vegetables.
The 3 Most Potent Libido Boosters Nature Can Provide
Beet Root: the Best Nitric Oxide Booster
Beets are the blood flow superfood. Packed with nitratines that help increase blood flow – which is vital for athletic and sexual performance.
The more you consume nitrates, the more nitric oxide is released into your blood, which not only helps with erectile dysfunction, but will increase muscle pumps and aid in workout recovery.
How often do you eat beets?
Rarely, I presume. And beet root?
I’m guessing not at all.
On top of that, powder form gets these benefits to your bloodstream fast and effectively. Get 1 gram a day.
Maca: Nature’s Most Potent Libido Booster
Maca has a long and rich history in ancient Peru where it was used by the Incan’s to improve libido, mood, and well-being.
Since being re-discovered by German scientists studying ‘lost Incan herbs’, it’s been more widely studied and shown to:
- Improve sexual function and boost libido in men
- Improves sperm production and health
- Improves joint health
- Reduces feelings of anxiety, improves sense of well being, and may reduce depression
With sexual function and libido being so closely linked to testosterone, and low testosterone often lowering a man’s libido and sex drive, you’d think that with its ability to increase libido and sexual function, maca would also help improve testosterone in men, but it doesn’t.
It’s often marketed as a magical testosterone booster because you can feel it working, but that’s not what it does.
It does, however, provide huge boost in libido, and is nature’s most potent libido booster. It’s also not something you’re going to consume very often in your diet (if ever).
Take it in powder form of 1.5 grams a day.
Horny Goat Weed
I was very skeptical about Horny Goat Weed simply because of its name. It sounds like a cheap marketing ploy designed to make money. Then, however, I dug into the research and found that Horny Goat Weed has not only been used for thousands of years, but it also has a very important ingredient that helps men both improve their testosterone levels, but also acts as a pro-erectile agent much in the same way that viagra does, albeit without any synthetic ingredients.
That ingredient is called icariin. Icariin inhibits the PDE-5 enzyme, which is also what viagra and cialis do with synthetic agents, while also increasing nitric oxide, which helps improve blood flow to that region.
One study on horny goat weed was used to overturn a patent made by the Viagra company stating that their formula was the only source of icariin in the world.
On top if this, other studies have shown that icariin has mimetic properties, and is able to mimic testosterone in the testes.
The benefits of Horny Goat Weed, however, don’t stop with libido and testosterone. Goat Weed is also a very healthy sounds of 37 different flavonoids while also being a very strong antioxidant.
It’s rare, and it doesn’t taste good, so take in powder form at 200 mg.
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Being good isn’t something to hang your hat on.
It’s nothing, really.
I’ve known men who pride themselves on being good, yet can’t provide for their family, they’re against guns because guns are bad and can’t protect their family as a result.
Goodness is often uselessness, and today we have a society that looks down on those they see as not ‘being good’.
We cannot talk about facts if feelings are caught in the crossfire.
To compound that, if one group or one individual somehow sees you as ‘not good’, they feel they have the right to spit on you, kick you, or call you any one of their go to names all in an effort to not prove you wrong, but to dehumanize you.
What’s ‘good’ today isn’t actually good – not to most people at least.
Being good should come secondary and only after we learn truths about the world.
You cannot understand goodness if you don’t understand responsibility, self-reliance, the family, economics, and success.
You’ll see evil in victory and righteousness in victimhood.
Men throughout history haven’t had that luxury. We had to learn about life before we could completely understand reality.
First we learned about responsibility, then duty, then those formed our idea of goodness.
Today there are only the victims and the oppressors and this is what most base their idea of morality on.
Decades ago ‘men’ of 15 or 16 or 17 lied about their age so they could travel across the world and defeat evil.
They did so out of duty and honor, not goodness or even morality, not because of a bleeding heart or a deep sorrow felt for victims, but because of duty.
They marched forward, toward the screaming bullets, through the minefields, into no-man’s land, into certain death because their sense of duty demanded they do so.
Forget about being good, for a second, and be a man.
They did what they felt their manhood called them to do. Our history is filled with such tales, of men doing what they had to do without complaint. Not whining about the difficulty of it, the unfairness of it, or even the absurdity and horror of it.
Would you rather be the Wolverine or Xavier? Trump or Jimmy Carter? Conan the Barbarian or the Pope?
Forget about goodness, our idea of goodness is false if it’s not upheld by duty, honor, and skill.
And that has been completely lost on our society.
We want achievement, we all do, but we’ve been taught that goodness comes before manliness, and it never has.
To be good and useless is to be unable to act on your goodness.
Be a man, in the most dangerous and barbaric and brutish sense, before you think of goodness.
Society has skipped this necessary step, so we have virtue signalling, pussified, sensitive, snowflakes who tell others how to live, what is good, what’s evil, how they’re evil, and they almost always see success as some form of robbery.
“If I can’t do it, no one can do it,” is usually their line of thinking.
You, I, basically all of us missed that first step.
We may have had great fathers or grandfathers or even great coaches, but society failed us in making manliness come as the first virtue a boy must learn, and not only that, but going further and demonizing what masculinity is entirely.
So, we (myself included) need to go back and learn, which is why I created the Barbarian Virtues – a course in being a man at the core of what that is, in opposition to what society is trying to make it.
Join us, because you’re not going to find those lessons and challenges from a pussified society trying to soften us daily.
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They took down Rome…
I’ve been to Rome a few times now, spending a month there a handful of years ago. Every time I go I visit the Colosseum and I’m told the same story.
The impressive building is riddled with holes from Barbarian Tribes removing the metals contained within the stone to make weapons. (read: we have a crisis of purpose)
You see the building, the audacity of it, the power of it, and you think, Who could take down the people that built this?
If Rome can fall, so can you, so can I, so can we.
The simple truth is that Rome was destroyed, defeated, and conquered by a harder, tougher people. (read: 15 signs you’re an alpha male)
Rome ruled the world for a thousand years because, for a long time, not only were they smarter, but tougher. They were killers, rulers, dominated other cultures that simply didn’t have their shh together.
Then, however, Rome changed.
They become soft, tolerant, morally loose. They stood for nothing. They stood for excess, slothfulness, and desire, not the strength and honor that was their culture.
History not only repeats itself on a grand scale, but we can learn from such a long, slow rise and fall and apply it to our own lives.
We get soft, we will be conquered.
To be very blunt, another fella who’s driven, who’s getting after it can come take your lady…
Another fella who’s getting after it and not being a victim can come and take your job…
We get soft, we’re not conquered by another, but by a sad state, one of victimhood, of failure, or of mediocrity.
Just like with Rome, the fall can happen slowly, it can start with a single habit and end in utter failure.
What should Rome have done? It’s the same thing we must do.
Get hard. Get tough. Be Barbaric.
In our lives, our purpose, as men, is to work, to provide and to protect.
We take on more, not less. We work longer hours, not fewer. We set higher goals, we do not relent.
Life is not easy. Defending the city gates has never been easy.
It doesn’t stop, either. We win one battle and it’s immediately onto the next.
Rather than comparing out lot to another, our path to that of another, rather than wishing and whining that we are not where we want to be, that we are not who we want to be, we have to accept that it’s only through struggle, through brutal effort and relentless work that we get what we want.
And it takes a long time.
There are examples to the contrary. Examples of quick success, but they’re few. Rome wasn’t built in a day, nor was this life you need to live to feel like you were here for a reason.
Don’t ever get soft.
Society, is. It’s weak. It’s too tolerant, too accepting, to accommodating and rather than helping it will hurt the lot of us.
Humans are a resilient species. We’ve evolved over thousands of years by facing hardship, harsh climates, real life monsters and disease and famine.
That blood that withstood battle in the past, that conquered and killed, that dominated and destroyed, runs through your veins.
Being weak and fat are unnatural human conditions.
Being a victim is no way for a man to live.
Rise and do the work of a man. Rise and work without complaint. Rise and dominate the few moments you have while you’re here.
Let others rest, soften, weaken. Let them think they’re enjoying life, that they’re living in the moment, and know that moments are not merely to be enjoyed, but to be won.
Never give in. Be a Barbarian.
Every man needs to possess the ability to do what he needs to do, when he needs to do it, whether he feels like it or not.
In the same manner, if a man simply does what he intends to do, he will be successful beyond his wildest dreams.
That’s the essence of what an iron will is.
More than talent, luck, fortune, or ‘blessings’, an iron will or a lack of one will determine how well you live in the form of success, happiness, meaning, and even power.
You’re powerless if you see yourself as a victim, and powerful if you see the truth; that you can overcome anything put in front of you.
This isn’t motivational nonsense, but fact, and it’s been proven in nearly every case of achievement (likely actually in every case).
An iron will makes success inevitable, because no obstacle will stand for too long, no failure will last, no down period will endure longer than you will.
Call it by whatever name you want, success, achievement, happiness, freedom, men need power.
We get power by being powerful.
An iron will won’t make your life easier. Life is not easy. Man, there’s just horrible things that happen, things that you never expected to happen. That’s life.
I’m with you in this. They happen to us all. They aren’t fair, but they are, and we can’t label them or paint them with the vail of emotion because that does no good.
An iron will is deciding to be indestructible, persistent, driven, and successful, and there are things you can do to make this possible.
Even if you feel weak, down, out of control, like a weed being tossed around by the ocean’s waves, you can develop an iron will.
To start, buy An Iron Will, by Orison Swett Marden.
Second, understand that greatness, be it modern or historic, has always been a matter of doing what you must, regardless of how you feel.
99.9999% of the humans on this planet do not do this. They rationalize inaction, rest, TV, and so on. It’s really simple, but it’s difficult to create the habit, as I’m sure you know.
How to Develop an Iron Will…
1. Do fewer things.
Do things once. Most worry about things, do them, then worry about them afterward. Just do the thing. Don’t worry about anything, just do the task, then move to the next thing.
2. Determine what you need to stop doing.
Remove the unnecessary from your life.
3. Be focused, intentioned, obsessed.
This doesn’t mean you have to do one thing and not live your life. But, you do have to put the vast majority of your energy into one thing. Buffett and Gates both said their ability to focus was the reason for their success.
Whatever you want in life takes energy. Focus on the right things, don’t give attention to the wrong things.
4. Get stronger from challenges.
The wind extinguishes a candle but fuels a fire. Challenges are that wind. Step up to them and use them. Also, read Antifragile by Nicolas Nassim Taleb. Don’t be fragile, be antifragile.
My own personal way to develop an iron will…
This is more stoic, but when I think about the totality of it all, of life, and when I lay out expectations for how it will go, should go, or even how I want it to go while I’m in the midst of tragedy, can be overwhelming.
Let’s say you expected to be married and with kids, and you go through a break up, or you expected to have a certain house while you’re struggling to pay the mortgage on the one you own.
Those expectations are not your reality, and to focus on them is detrimental at the moment.
Don’t expect things to go a certain way, just do the best with what you have and with where you are.
You have to focus on the moment and the work that has to be done now, regardless of how you feel.
Daydreaming and wishing things were different will send you crashing down, while removing those expectations and simply doing the work will lead you to success.
In theory it’s an easy choice, but to actually put it into practice is difficult, but it can be done.
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Paralysis by analysis is a real thing. It’s something that wastes entire lives. It’s an intention without action. It’s indecisiveness. It’s also something that’s completely under your control, you just have to decide to be more decisive.
Being decisive is a superpower. People follow the decisive. They get behind decisive men, action-takers and not just talkers; doers and not just wishers.
Indecision is rampant today.
We think we live in the hardest period in history, and I always say things, I wish I was born a thousand years ago. The truth is, if you can’t make it in today’s society where there’s never been a greater variety of ways to ‘make it’, then you wouldn’t have made it in past times, either. (read: why I don’t trust intellectuals)
That said, it’s far easier to be indecisive today because of the litany of options we’re faced with.
While we’ve never had so much opportunity, we’re also never had so many options.
Options aren’t good. If we have a goal, there’s usually one best way to achieve it. (read: the winners are the losers who keep…)
We have more options for food to buy, for diets to follow, for what to search online, what to watch on TV, how to watch the show we want to watch, how to make the money we want to make, how to solve the problem we’re faced with.
Out of all of these options, there’s usually one best solution, but it’s better to choose a course of action and act than the sit and constantly try to find the best choice to make.
Being indecisive is unattractive
Forget about what it does for you, it’s also unattractive to women. They don’t want to have to make your decisions for you, nor do they want to have to make decisions for the both of you.
Choose something and practice choosing fast.
How to be more decisive
Decisiveness is so bloody important. It gets you moving in a direction when most people choose to tread water, to wade, to remain in the spot they’re in because they’re too afraid to make a decision.
Decisiveness is in part courage, but it’s also intelligence.
You’re more intelligent if you’re decisive because you understand the futility in being indecisive. (read: 7 quotes that every man must live by)
To be decisive in the bigger things you have to practice being decisive in the smaller things. Practice making quick decisions and living with the consequences.
Choose what movie to watch immediately.
Choose was foods to eat, where to take your lady for dinner, what to have for dinner, what to wear, what to write, what to read, what to say, and so on.
It’s not rocket science.
You can spend your life being indecisive or you can spend your life being decisive, there shouldn’t be much middle ground.
You’re a man, on top of everything, you’re supposed to lead. How are you going to lead if you can’t make simple decisions, let alone big ones?
The world doesn’t need more indecisive boys running around. We don’t need more people who need others to tell them what to do.
We need leaders and trailblazers, action-takers and, well, MEN!
This might not seem like an important article, it may not seem like the most important topic you’ve ever read about, but if you’ve read this far you likely know that you have to – in some way – be more decisive.
So be more decisive!
For the rest of the day make fast, definite decisions.
Do it again tomorrow, and then the next day.
Lead your life in a direction because any direction is better than no direction at all.
Quotes a man can live by… Do they actually make a difference? I’d say 100% yes. When we have something memorable in our minds in tough times we’re able to use such sage advice to make the correct decision.
That’s what life’s all about, making the right decision, not the easiest one, but the right one. We do that over our lifetime and we win. These quotes that follow are quotes every man can live by, use them often.
On Hard Work
“Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty… I have never in my life envied a human being who led an easy life. I have envied a great many people who led difficult lives and led them well.” ― Theodore Roosevelt
We forget this far too often, that nothing good can come from a soft, easy life, and that everything worthy of who you are comes on the back of effort. Yet, we despise effort and struggle even though they’re the only path to what we genuinely want in life.
For the few who recognize this and accept it, life will be good. You’ll adopt more pain and difficulty, and thus, you’ll become tougher and more worthy of a successful life. You’ll leave the weak, the soft, the envious and jealous behind and you’ll develop a great life for yourself and those whom you lead.
Effort isn’t the enemy, ease is.
On Being Soft
“Over‐sentimentality, over‐softness, in fact washiness and mushiness are the great dangers of this age and of this people. Unless we keep the barbarian virtues, gaining the civilized ones will be of little avail.” — Theodore Roosevelt
This is true for the society and for the individual, if you are first soft and do not have the underlying barbarian virtues, the soft, the ‘good’, the caring virtues are to no avail.
The barbarian virtues protect the softer ones, they enable them to exist. But one must first become dangerous and barbaric before he can become soft and courteous, at least for men.
Today we forget that fact and ignore it. We train our boys to be soft, weak, and meek in school systems that are built for females. Men need battle, as do boys. We need combat, we need to practice grit and toughness. We need struggle, pain, and we need to be dangerous, not just for our own sake, but for those around us who we lead, protect, and defend.
Simply put, don’t adopt a soft life. Don’t teach your boys that being kind and soft is better than being dangerous, they’re both required. A SOFT MAN IS A USELESS MAN!
We do not need more teet-sucking, videogame addicted, porn addicted boys who don’t know how to be men. Teach the barbarian virtues and the soft virtues will be liberated. (Read: the Best a Man Can Be: Toxic)
On Living Well
Better to fight for something than live for nothing. ~ Patton
Most exist, few live. Living, in its truest sense, demands more than existing. It requires struggle, something to fight for, to fight against, and to defeat. Often that battle is internal, sometimes it’s external, but there is always attrition in a life well lived.
Life is not peaceful. It is not easy. It’s a struggle. The more you accept that there is a struggle, and the greater the struggle you take on to conquer, the better your life will be.
‘Tis better to fight for something than live for nothing. What are you doing? What battle are you engaged in? What enemy are your aiming to defeat? What soul are you trying to take? What legacy are you working on building? No great thing is won by chance, no grand life is created accidentally. Fight for something, and live, or go through the motions and exist, waiting for a deathbed with regret as your only bedmate.
It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong. ~ Thomas Sowell
Men, be suspicious of any government, be they right, left, or center, but especially the left. You cannot gain more power as a modern government without adopting socialist and communist policies. Both literally hand more power to a government who is not at all accountable for the decisions they make. Men choose freedom, we choose liberty, we want to bare the brunt of the consequences for our own actions, we do not want to have to play the dangerous game of finding out if a government will make the right decision over time.
We do not want higher taxes. Men don’t want strict gun laws because all they do is infringe on the legal gun owner and do nothing to dissuade the criminal, much like an unarmed man does little to dissuade a criminal whereas an armed man does in spades. We do not want our property rights infringed upon. Our land is our land, it gives us a stake in our country, pride in where we live and how we care for our home. The more a government grows the less freedom there can be.
A bad government with less power is far better than a great government with absolute power, becau
se that obsolute power will eventually be used by people who simply want to control.
I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery. ~ Thomas Jefferson
People are afraid of responsibility, especially today. We’d rather have someone else make decisions for us, like where to put our money, how to use it, what laws we abide by, and how we protect our homes. Men, however, want more responsibility. we want to be judged for our actions, we don’t want someone else to be responsible for anything in our lives. We need responsibility, we crave it, because responsibility is freedom. And men NEED FREEDOM.
Any relinquishing of said freedom is moving closer to slavery, where you do not have power over your own life, your own home, your own money, anything. Freedom can be difficult, it puts more on the shoulders of the individual, but as history has repeatedly shown, the removal of freedom has always led to a desperate and poor mass with power being held by a select few in government.
We need men to make sure that doesn’t happen. We need men to stand up, to lead, to topple structures that remove freedom. The only way you do that, as a man, IS TO BECOME SELF-RELIANT. Don’t depend on others, or the state, or anything. Do all you can to be independent. To be independent is to be dangerous in the most glorious way possible.
On Doing What You Can
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” ― Theodore Roosevelt
It’s a simple call-to-action, but one that most don’t heed. We want what we don’t have, and we don’t focus on doing what we can with what we have, and we lose in the end. Most become envious and bitter that they don’t have what they want, but the reality is that they didn’t accept where they were and do the best they could with what they had.
They whined and wished that things were different instead of making them different. Every man should take this quote to heart and don’t try to do anything other than this thing.
If you do the BEST you can with what you have and where you are, you’ll live a good life.
On Being a Man
A man does what he must – in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles and dangers and pressures – and that is the basis of all human morality. – Winston Churchill
Men are bearers of responsibility. Men make the tough decisions that no one else wants to make. They go against the tide, against what’s popular, in order to do what’s good, what’s right, and what’s best.
That’s what being a man is, doing what others don’t want to do, and taking pride in doing it.
Making tough decisions, working harder when you’d rather rest, protecting and putting yourself on the line when you’d rather flee to safety.
Being a man ain’t easy, but ideally, half the population does it. (Read: the Manhood Checklist)