Find out about harvesting tongkat ali. This amazing root has certainly piqued the interest in the holistic body, strength and mind community over the past few decades.
Of course, to many, this root is not anything new and has been used for ages and even been deemed as a cure-all. In the video below, you will be able to see the simplicity and power of what Tongkat Ali tea can provide for the prowess, strength, and perseverance of one’s radiant health.
The below video shows you:
- The arduous process of how Tongkat Ali is sought out
- Why it take so long to harvest (the process of digging out the long, twisted roots and more)
- The various obstacles surrounding harvesting after a specimen is found
- Why you should NEVER consume raw Tongkat Ali
- The proper preparation method(s)
- And much more…
Although we have known about this astounding root (boasting that it could indeed be the #1 male herb on the planet), we, at Lost Empire Herbs made sure to uphold one of the core values Lost Empire Herbs represents: Questing for Quality.
We put forth a tremendous amount of intention into collecting a wide variety of samples of various strengths and potency levels. We tested them one after the other. The VERY first Tongkat Ali we tried was half maltodextrin, and of course, no effects were felt by any of us. We weren’t going to sell that crap!
This undertaking was something we all focused on intensely as we found out again and again there are an unsavory amount of fakes out there.
Now, our Tongkat Ali is harvested from WILD Malaysian trees that are at the least 25-30 years old. This is even older than what Rosland would collect his roots at.
It has been over a year and a half and we still have not found a comparable Tongkat Ali that has surpassed ours.
Interestingly enough – what a package is labeled as say, a Tongkat that is 200:1 doesn’t necessarily mean that it is going to be better than the 100:1 that we carry.
I firmly believe that because we are able to use purely wild and healthy trees that have lived long enough to where the baby saplings growing around them are actually ready for harvest in the eyes of many, including Rosland in the above video.
Remember, bitter IS better! And this Longjack, Eurycoma Longifolia is a prime example of just that.
As touched on in the video, Tongkat Ali’s benefits do not just apply to men. Women certainly can (and do) take advantage of its powerful muscle building, testosterone increasing capabilities as well.
(Yes, women need testosterone just like men need estrogen – the good estrogen of course!)
Need some reminders of what this herb can launch you into?
And yes, all three of us brothers were feeling the effects of this herb while airing the podcast and writing the articles.
Make sure to stop by and pick up a bag if you have not already – your testimonials and feedback are always welcome and most thoroughly enjoyed.
That being said, please comment below on the video, on your desires, or your experiences if you have already been working with this powerfully potent herb.
As a performing strongman he once pulled an 8,800 lb. firetruck by his hair, juggled a kettlebell that was lit on fire, supported half a ton on top of himself in a wrestler’s bridge position, and routinely bends horseshoes and rips decks of cards in half.
Acclaimed as both a visionary and breakthrough author, Logan has written countless works on natural living, culminating in his self-proclaimed magnum opus, "Powered By Nature - How Nature Improves Our Happiness, Health and Performance.” Says longevity guru Peter Ragnar of the work "His passion is contagious! His words fire one's spirit to reconnect with nature's intelligence."
He is Co-Founder and CEO of Lost Empire Herbs, which aims to bring performance herbalism into everyday people’s lives.
When Logan isn't working to save the planet and transform modern herbalism, he busies himself as a consultant to the space program. In his spare time he enjoys memorizing the Fibonacci sequence and bowling perfect games.
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