There’s a new phenomena that’s been sweeping the manosphere, known as kratom.
Kratom is basically a plant native to south-east Asia that can be used for a vast number of reasons, such as:
And more. But today, I’d like to focus on a lesser known benefit of using kratom, which is how it can help you make money.
I remember the first time I decided to start taking cold showers. I’d read about all of the benefits and decided that I’d give it a shot. I turned the shower onto my usual temperature, washed my hair, washed my face, and did everything else I normally do.
Then, I decided to turn the shower down as cold as it would get. “FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK,” I gasped in between breaths. I started hyperventilating and jumping around, pounding my chest, and moving my limbs. I stayed in for a good few minutes, doused my face and hair in ice water, and turned off the faucet.
When I emerged, I felt like a fucking god. I was extremely alert, focused, and energized.
I then went on to hit the gym like an animal, have an incredibly productive day, and then go on an awesome date later that night.
One of the biggest temptations that guys trying to get laid face is drinking alcohol. Whether you’re going to that posh new lounge, or the ultra sleek nightclub, there’s always a hot cocktail waitress who’s going to ask you what you want to drink.
This coupled with the fact that most guys have severe approach anxiety, makes it extremely difficult to resist ordering a drink (or ten). But how do you avoid a hangover? Or better yet, is there a hangover cure? Drinking wouldn’t be so bad if it weren’t for the terrible hangovers that hinder your physical and mental performance for the next day.
Ideally, you shouldn’t be drinking very much at all. Drinking should be an event to remember, NOT a lifestyle. That being said, everyone wants to avoid a hangover. Whether you’re a college kid who wants to go out and party, but has an exam the next day, or a millionaire PUA living in Los Angeles, my advice on the best hangover cure will work for you.
Legal Disclaimer: Don’t try modafinil without consulting with your doctor first. Never lie to a medical healthcare professional.
My hands were trembling. As I sat on the old, beaten-down couch in the corner of my psychiatrist’s office, he thumbed through my files. “So you’re having trouble focusing, it sounds like?” he blurted out while intently reading through my case history. “Yeah,” I said. “It’s horrible – I can’t focus for any longer than like four seconds.”
“Hmm, okay – have you ever tried Adderall?” he asked. “No,” I thought. That stuff is basically meth, I’m not putting that shit in my body. “No, I’ve heard such bad things about people getting addicted. I actually did my research and found a drug that can be used to treat ADD and it’s not amphetamine based. Have you heard of modafinil?”
He thought for a second, and recalled: “Oh, yeah—I remember prescribing it to one of my patients with narcolepsy a few years ago. I thought it was only for sleep disorders?”
“Well, technically, yes—but it can be used off label to help treat ADD. I was thinking that we could try it for a month and if I don’t feel like it works, I can just schedule another appointment and try something else?” I eagerly awaited his response; what was probably only 5 seconds felt like an eternity.
He whipped out his notebook and pen. “Sounds good to me. Here—take this and get it filled, let me know how it goes.”
I had just gotten myself a prescription to modafinil.
I recall the first time that I started experimenting with nootropics—I was 18 years old and was looking to get an edge in trading the stock market. I heard that execs from silicon valley and Harvard Law students were popping smart pills to get the best of their competitors.
It wasn’t long until I realize that not all nootropics are created equal, however. As I embarked on my endless quest to find the best nootropics out there, I invariably encountered some of the worst.
I spent literally thousands of dollars trying out different supplements claiming to increase my intelligence, and I’ve compiled a list of the best nootropics (in my experience) for you down below. I hope you enjoy.
I’ve always wondered if it’s possible for you to increase your IQ. Neuroscience is a very interesting field to me, and I’ve gone on quite the journey trying to improve myself. I’ve tried modafinil along with other smart drugs, I’ve tried playing chess, and I’ve even delved into the world of psychedelics.
Some people claim that diet is the secret to increasing your IQ. Others claim that it’s about nootropics or exercise, and some even claim that your IQ is fixed by your genetics. Despite this, there’s a lot of evidence to show that you actually can increase your IQ…and you can do it very quickly.
A while back I discovered a very simple, effective game that can increase your IQ by up to 2.75 points an hour—you won’t be able to play it for more than 15 minutes though, because it’s extremely difficult.
Regardless, this game is one of the most effective tools that I’ve used to increase my IQ, and I believe that if you use it as well, you’ll reap massive rewards.
There’s a lot of hype over supplements nowadays. Everyone wants the latest pre-workout. Hypershock rage, C4, Jack3d, nano vapor…the list goes on and on.
And while pre-workouts do have some ingredients in them that have been scientifically proven to enhance your workouts, you don’t need them.
In fact, you don’t really need any supplements. They can help, but they aren’t necessary.
Maybe you’re against pre-workouts, because you don’t like putting 8 different types of stimulants in your body. I get it. Or maybe you just don’t want to spend the money—that’s fine, too. Either way, here’s my all natural pre-workout.
How do you boost your immune system naturally? As someone who’s been sick many times throughout his life, I’ve struggled with this question a lot. Is it what you eat? Is it how much you exercise? Or maybe it’s your emotional state?
In reality, if you want to boost your immune system you’re going to have to cover a lot of bases. There isn’t just “one thing,” that will fix all of your problems.
If you want to boost your immune system naturally, you need to make sure that you’re going to approach the problem with a nuanced, multi-pronged solution: physical, emotional, hormonal, and more.
Being in great physical condition, but being lonely as hell isn’t good—and neither is having a great social life, but having the testosterone of a baby girl. We need to balance multiple areas of your life to achieve this goal.
Here’s how to boost your immune system naturally.