Paul Adcock is an author, aphrodisiac aficionado, sexual super-food supplement scholar, and researcher of how sexual energy can be used for rejuvenation rather than just procreation and/or recreation. He is currently conducting research fulltime for his next book “Sex-Drug: Erotic Energy Ecstasy Elixirs and the Secrets of Passion.”
Tyler: Welcome, Paul. I’m certainly curious about your research into sex. To begin, what made you title your book “Jungle King Secrets”?
Paul: Thank you. You can take the name, “Jungle King Secrets” many ways. To achieve libido liberation, one has to have self-mastery over one’s animal instincts. The “king” part of the title represents that. The “jungle” aspect came from the fact that animals in the pristine wild always have the vitality needed to victoriously validate their virility. The libido-lowering lifestyle factors implicated in impotence and a lackluster and love life always come from the artificial aspects of industrialized civilization. Therefore, libido liberation is the result of px7 primal flow reviews living like a “Jungle King” in the wild, free from the trappings of modern civilization the libido-busting lifestyles that cause domestication.
Tyler: Will you tell us how the book is laid out and what readers can expect to find there?
Paul: The reader can expect to enjoy an explanation of every lifestyle factor that effects libido, no holds barred. My extensive research took me beyond the politically correct dogma on sexual, medical, nutritional, and lifestyle information. Scientists are making quantum leaps and bounds in scientific discoveries everyday. Why not integrate some of these implications in order to improve the quality our love lives? That’s what I decided to do. I found out that that there are many synthetic substances nowadays in our food, water, medicine, personal care products and environment that can lower one’s libido, reduce the maximum size of one’s sex organ, and destroy the orgasmic capacity of lovers. It’s really quite a tragedy.
Tyler: Are you saying that people are not experiencing the full sexual pleasure possible?
Paul: I feel ecstasy can be elevated endlessly. However, through modern sexual miseducation and misunderstanding, sex can be an endlessly exhausting, enslaving endeavor that leads to emptiness as well. Therefore, it is important to have empowering sex education. I’m not talking about the kind of state-sanctioned sexual education we were taught in school. I’m talking about the kind of sexual education that allows you and your lover to live an ecstatic existence, full of healthy happiness, fully awake and aware of the marvel and magic of life. I’m talking about the kind of sexual education that allows you and your lover to enjoy an erotic embrace as gliding genital gyrations that generate climatic currents of ecstatic energy that cascade into your consciousness, bestowing creativity, clarity and endlessly enhancing your earthly existence. Really good sex can not only provide soul-nourishing pleasure-sustenance, it can profoundly change our perception of life like the most potent psychedelic drug.
Tyler: Paul, will you provide us some examples of what is in our food and water and how it is affecting or reducing our ability to have full sexual pleasure?
Paul: Let’s take the pesticides, those “elixirs of death”, as an example. Every year, 4.5 billion pounds of poisonous biological warfare agents called pesticides are sprayed on our food to keep pests away. Many pesticides interfere with the metabolism of a neurotransmitter that is involved in sexual sensation and signaling called acetylcholine. Many of these pesticides also mimic the female hormone estrogen. What are the consequences of estrogen mediated hormone imbalances (the evils of excess estrogen) in men? Shrunken penis, atrophied testicles, feminization, male breast growth (gynecomastia), weight gain, decreased sperm count, prostate problems, weaker erections, etc. Now, do the pesticide residues found in our food and water supplies cause these things? I can’t say for certain. What I can say is that environmental researchers have found alligators in pesticide-contaminated lakes in Florida that have penises so small and testosterone levels so low they cannot function sexually.