In this video I talk about Mucuna Pruriens benefits.
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Mucuna Pruriens has been used for thousands of years in Indian Herbal medicine, and for good reason. The benefits of Mucuna Pruriens are endless.
One of the reasons Mucuna Pruriens has been so effective for so long is because it has High levels of L-DOPA. L-DOPA converts into dopamine, which plays into why the benefits of mucuna pruriens are many in number.
The benefits of Mucuna Prurien include:
-Significant increase in sperm volume and quality
-Reduced levels of cortisol and oxidative damage
-Activation of androgen receptors
-Boost in dopamine productions
-Increased testosterone levels
-Decreased prolactin levels
As you can see, a lot can be gained by using this supplement. If you're interested in supplementing with Mucuna Pruriens, we have it available over at anabolicmen.com
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I started taking this to get rid of restless leg, its a dopamine agonist, and it does work somewhat for this. But to my shagrin, it also DOES increase libido (Im asexual, and for me this was a problem). So yeah, it does help sex drive, if thats what you want, but for restless leg, its a winner.
Hey Chris can you help me i’m looking for the best nootropics for add I’ve used Phenibut in combination with caffeine and it works wonders for me but cant use it everyday even though i wish i could but the withdrawals are to much
Some people say mucuna will down regulate dopamine receptors, some say it won’t. I want to understand which is true....
Not I understand drugs that act on the receptors or stop the reuptake of dopamine, like cocaine etc will obviously lead to downregulated receptors. Because the receptors are being activated every time you take the drug and more dopamine than is natural is being kept in the receptors.
However... with mucuna, won’t that just increase the production of dopamine? So you have enough dopamine stores available? So that WHEN THE BRAIN WANTS TO RELEASE DOPAMINE, it will have enough there to release. However dopamine will only be released into the receptors when the brain wants it too? Mucuna doesn’t bind to the receptors, or stop the reuptake of dopamine so unnatural levels are present in the receptors, it just gives the building blocks to make more, but not necessarily release more unless the brain decides to?
Is this true? That is my thinking of it? Simplying taking mucuna won’t force the brain to release dopamine, it’ll increase dopamine stores, but won’t the brain still choose when to release it? Like when you do something pleasurable?Whereas cocaine etc increases dopamine activity in the receptors regardless of whether the brain wants to release dopamine or not.
Maybe I’m wrong? But I’d think taking mucuna would just increase dopamine stores, so enough is available, but if you didn’t do any activity to stimulate dopamine release, excessive dopamine release wouldn’t occur?
Is this good for all around health? I have a lot of stacks that I use several times a week and it becomes overwhelming any time I learn of a new herb/noot. Would taking this alone eliminate the need to take a bunch of stuff that I take for analgesic, pain relief, cognitive and so on? I'd like to be able to reduce my stack ingredients and would only be able to do this if I found that single herb or two to replace them all.
Recently bought Chris' brand of Mucuna and man does it improve sleep and well being! My sleep is deep, easier to get to, and enjoyable lol. I also wake up much more refreshed when taking it. Mood is definitely lifted and tasks are easier to handle. I think this and Testro X are a must have. I find that these two balance each other out too.
Thanks again dude!
I'd like to see a video on Vitex Agnus Castus. Based on my own research, it could be called a gonadotropic secretagogue. As I understand, it quickly suppresses prolactin. My personal experience was I got super horny and my PE latency basically dropped to nothing. I was ready to go again and again. I have been reluctant to take too much and for too long but I'd be curious to know what you think about this plant. It's supposed to be dopaminergic as well https://youtu.be/Fs_JhLLh1eQ. Interesting info here suggests it won't decrease testosterone in human males (in reasonable doses) but DOES suppress prolactin https://examine.com/supplements/vitex-agnus-castus/
Vitex agnus-castus is also taken by mouth to increase the flow of urine in men, for treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), and for reducing sexual desire. Historians say that monks chewed chaste tree parts to make it easier to maintain their celibacy.
I put 2-3 raw beans in a glass of lukewarm milk and i blend it in a blender and i drink it everynight after dinner. Ofcourse I peel off the black skin first. IS there any problem with eating raw velvet beans ???
I had one accident 3 years ago and lost one testicle, now, 3 months ago my T was 205, after one month with animal stak (testosterone booster) my T went up to 268. My question is, is it realistic to reach optimal levels (e.g. 1000) only with supplmentation without going to TRT?.
Mucana Pruriens sent the dopamine numbers on my 24 hour urine test through the roof! Normal dopamine is 500 or less....my number was 4000! I found myself having to explain to my doctor that I take this supplement for perceived low dopamine. I have stopped taking many supplements including this one over the past month because I was experiencing anxiety. High dopamine levels can cause anxiety just as high noradrenaline, adrenaline and cortisol ( I didn't know that). Therefore I have stopped taking it. Drugs of abuse can have this same effect on dopamine so it can raise some suspicion. I do have the cursed ''man-boob' syndrome which is a side effect of a medication, INSPRA, I take for adrenals/BP. Can it really help with that? Will it reverse enlargement or just slow the rate of enlargement? I'm damn near a D-cup at his point and I sure don't want a double-D! I also have low testosterone as a result of meds and the Doctor will not prescribe me a testosterone supplement ( not sure why). I feel weak and fatigued a lot and I feel this may be due to low testosterone levels. I think this can be a great supplement once you determine exactly what a correct dose is and how often. Obviously, I was taking too much even though I only took half the recommended dosage on the bottle and was taking 3 months on/one month off. Anything else I can take to help with 'man-boob' reduction ( other than surgery), and to increase testosterone?
leonakita: youtube "intermittent fasting" ( eat all your food within a 4 hour window) ,,, stop all sugar ,,,, eat lots of organic vegetables, grass fed beef, free range eggs, eat sauerkraut, broccoli, white mushrooms and beets to stop the estrogen. Butea Superba Root. DHEA 100 mg. Vitamin C to decrease cortisol, not ascorbic acid. 500 mg mucana twice daily. Creatine monohydrate. D-Aspartic acid. Boron, Zinc, Selenium, Magnesium, Potassium. Do not take saw palmetto or stinging nettle root.
leonakita maybe try exercising and a change in your diet. Don't rely on doctors as they treat only the symptoms. Search Dr mikes nutrition 101 this might help you it might not but searching for alternatives to pharmaceuticals is what helped me get through my bad health. It basically came down to gut health first, to absorb the nutrients. Then diet and supplements to fix macronutrient deficiencies and last of all exercise which helps the body transport the healing nutrients around the body more efficiently. Best of luck, your and your family's health is the most important thing.
Chris, I need your help. I've been diagnosed with a testicular cyst. Does a testicular cyst cause lower testosterone as I normally would have? Or can this cyst block sperm production in the affected testis? I don't really trust doctors so I'm asking you Chris. Thanks.
I have personally tried mucuna pruriens (98% L-Dopa)
Let me tell you, it will make you feel really horny and almost like feeling stoned, which is a positive. Also muscles felt more full. Only downside is that for some reason i was thinking that it would lower prolactin, but I had to stop taking it because it kept making my nipples flare up and get really puffy, so it might actually raise prolactin(at least from much perspective)
I believe L-Tyrosine and DLPA are precursors. Defintely, L-Tyrosine. Do some online research regarding the precursors. L-Dopa can be very powerful. Its is Rx'd for Parkinsons patients. There is quite a bit of variation in the percentage of L-Dopa extract in Mucana Pruriens supplements, so read the labels and go slow. I always recommend people start slow in low doses and be patient. It may take several weeks to notice effects and it is wise to take breaks along the way. ( 3 months on/one month off, or some variation thereof). However, I am not a doctor. Most doctors frown on the use of supplements and specifically bio-hacking in general... and yes, thats what your doing when you take supplements that affect brain chemistry.
There were once reports of psychosis associated with Mucuna Pruriens ingestion (bean form), in which 203 cases of acute psychosis were recorded over a 6 week period during famine in Mozambique. This was thought to be due to women (of which constituted 85% of the affected) eating raw beans prior to sufficient preparation, and the results may have been a combination of protein deficiency paired with Levodopa, Bufotenin and N,N-dimethyltryptamine (all of which are constituents of Mucuna Pruriens). It is highly unlikely these results can be extrapolated to first world supplementation.
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