Ayurveda and Liver care


Often called the engine of the body, the liver plays an important role in digesting, metabolising and manufacturing essential compounds. For example, the liver is responsible for converting clear plasma to blood. The liver's job is to scan and identify toxins in the plasma and store them so that they do not enter the blood. This maintains the purity of the blood by keeping impurities, known in Ayurveda as ama, from mixing with it.

The liver also produces bile to break down and digest fatty acids; It produces blood-clotting factors and creates protective elements that keep blood clots from blocking the circulatory system. It converts sugars into glycogen and stores it for use by the muscles in the form of glucose energy; It synthesizes proteins and cholesterol. The liver also stores valuable trace elements such as iron, copper and vitamins A, D and B12.


In Ayurvedic terms, the liver is the seat of Pitta dosha, so Pitta-based problems of skin infection can be a direct result of liver imbalance.

To understand what can go wrong, let's examine the minority functions of the liver.

The liver is composed of five digestive fires (known in Ayurveda as Bhuta Agnis) that correspond to the five Ayurvedic elements of earth, fire, water, air and space.

Each specializes in digesting a particular element in the food. To effectively transform the clear part of plasma to blood tissue, these five digestive fires must be in balance. If they 'flame' burns too high, or too low, or burns unevenly, then the plasma will not be properly converted into blood tissue, and toxins will enter the blood.

All of these functions are governed by one of the sub-doshas of Pitta called Ranjaka Pitta. When Ranjaka Pitta goes out of balance it can affect the blood and skin and result in inflammatory problems such as skin breakouts, acne, cold sores, and skin diseases such as psoriasis.

Toxins building up in the liver can also result in allergies, high cholesterol, hypoglycemia, constipation, digestive problems and fatigue.

If the imbalance lasts for a long time, serious diseases of the liver can develop, including hepatitis, cirrhosis, jaundice and cancer.


Maharishi Ayurveda offers two main products that take care of the liver:

Liver Care (MA579) and Liver Care Syrup (MA936) Their ingredients are very similar and the syrup is faster acting. Both are designed to balance and support all the functions of the liver.

They help the cleansing function of the liver and clear the channels for toxins to flow out, and support the first stage of digestion and metabolism, which breaks down food in the stomach and small intestine.

Bitter and astringent tastes are particularly supportive to liver function. The two Liver Care formulas include several very bitter herbs including Wormwood, Bhumiamla (Phyllanthus), Neem bark, Gulancha Tinospora, Katuki (Picrorrhiza) and Wild Indigo (Tephrosia).

Research has shown that Bhumiamla is a powerful help in maintaining resistance to the Hepatitis B virus, Gulancha Tinospora has produced excellent results in maintaining freedom from jaundice, and Katuki has been found to support the liver on a daily basis and to maintain resistance to infectious viruses .


First, avoid toxins in your food. Eat organic, freshly cooked foods. Foods that contain preservatives and chemicals, or that are processed or leftover, will make your liver have to work overtime to filter out the toxins. Occasionally this will tax the health of your liver.

Minimise intake of alcohol (well-proven as the cause of cirrhosis of the liver). This is especially important for people of Pitta constitution. Stay away from cigarette smoke and air pollution and exposure to commercial household cleansers and other toxic substances. These are all taxing to the liver. In general, drink lots of pure water to flush out toxins.

One of the best ways to prevent liver imbalance is to keep Pitta dosha in balance. Eat a Pitta-pacifying diet in summer, rewarding cooling foods with as sweet, bitter and astringent tastes, such as sweet, juicy fruits, summer squashes, cooked greens, sweet milk products, lassi, and grains.

Avoid sour or fermented foods such as vinegar, pungent foods such as chillies, and salty foods. If you have a lot of Pitta in your basic constitution, then favor this diet all year round. Start the day with a stewed apple or pear, to set the metabolism and cleanse the liver. Just eating a sweet, juicy pear every day can go a long way to soothing Pitta dosha and cleansing the liver.


Be careful not to skip or delay meals, especially if you are trying to balance Pitta or have a sharp appetite.

In the evening, retire early, well before 10:00, as you want to be sleeping before the Pitta time of evening starts (from 10:00 pm to 2:00 am). If you are awake during this time, you'll only increase Pitta dosha and prevent the liver from performing its necessary cleaning and resting functions during the night.

Also, lack of sleep has been shown to throw off metabolism of glucose, resulting in weight gain. It also has been linked to an increase in anger. Both of these symptoms point to a liver imbalance caused by lack of sleep.

Avoid situations that cause conflict or anger. Avoid pressure situations during work. Practice Transcendental Meditation regularly to reduce mental toxins , and to prevent the stress and strain of daily life from taking its toll on your liver. Negative emotions create powerful hormones that flood your liver with toxins.

IN SUMMARY If you take care of your liver, you will enjoy more energy, clearer skin and stronger immunity throughout the year. For an all-year-round cleaning product to support liver function you can also use Maharishi Ayurveda Triphala with Rose twice a day.


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Agoraphobia and Social Phobia – What’s the Difference?

What’s the difference between agoraphobia and social phobia?

I get this question all the time. That’s because the two disorders have some similarities that can make them hard to distinguish from one another. For example, both the agoraphobic and the social phobic are afraid to be in public settings. Both develop a similar pattern of avoidance behavior. Both experience similar physical symptoms associated with panic and anxiety. And since both are classified as phobias, both conditions can be successfully treated with a program of cognitive-behavioral therapy.

So what are the differences between these two conditions? How can you tell them apart?

The main difference between agoraphobia and social phobia can be found in the nature of the fear causing the avoidance behavior. People with social phobia are afraid of social settings that involve groups of people or crowds.

The fears of people with social phobia include the presence of or interaction with other people. For example, a person with social phobia would feel safe walking alone in the forest on a secluded beach.

Agoraphobia, on the other hand, is the fear of open and public spaces, in the presence or absence of other people. People with agoraphobia typically avoid crowds or social situations because they fear having a panic attack and embarrassing themselves.

But people with agoraphobia, unlike those with social phobia, would also be afraid to walk alone in a forest or on a secluded beach because no one would be around to help if they had a panic attack or medical emergency.

But the good news is, you can completely recover from agoraphobia.


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Weathervanes – Quality Versus Economy

This dilemma has been faced by most of us at some time or another. But the emphasis with weathervanes has got to be on quality. Mass produced vanes can obviously provide certain individuality to an otherwise standard house, but many are far from elegant and some are not well proportioned. Due to the location of most weathervanes, the scale and aspect of the structure has to be spot on to produce an effective motif that is both easily recognised at a distance and achievable in terms of manufacture.

There are many aspects to take into consideration when considering a weathervane. Too many leave no consideration for the architectural style of the property or the individual client’s requirements. A quality, custom made weathervane is usually less of a compromise and more a display of a blacksmith’s skill and imagination.

Weight, strength and durability are other primary considerations when choosing a weathervane. Many off the shelf vanes are made using the cheapest materials and so often fall short of our expectations. Lightweight plastics and fibreglass are finding a place in the weathervane industry because they are largely maintenance free although if wrongly balanced or damaged in any way these light weight materials can spin so wildly that they can themselves take flight. An iron vane provides a more substantial article which can be cast or wrought – the wrought vane is a far more unique piece of craftsmanship as it is truly “struck while the iron is hot.”

Another consideration when comparing quality to economy is to check out how the vane pivots. A simple spindle has a sharpened point over which a sleeve swivels. There are many ways to ensure a smooth rotation of the weathervane like phosphor -bronze bearings, brass bushes or ball bearings. Some rely on grease – even special graphite and plumbago mixtures. However the success of the weathervane relies on correct balance with no rocking but loose enough to allow for expansion and tight enough to be steady.

Many vanes are painted or gilded. Although when applied professionally these finishes can last for years it should be noted that many inferior materials do not hold gold leaf well and plastic vanes lose their maintenance free charm once painted. A high quality vane should have a good deluxe finish preferably an epoxy powder coat with a black polyester powder coat – gilding may impress and beautify but it can detract from the stunning silhouette that the craftsman has spend hours in creating.

Mixed materials can also hold some horrors not recognised when buying an economy product. Blacksmiths have often noted that aluminium can be reduced to a powder when subjected to close contact with steel. Copper too can quickly corrode when associated with iron. Even a well balanced weathervane has to cope with strain on the fixed parts and this again is where a quality vane out ways the cheaper version. This is because an experienced blacksmith will always add more iron where he knows it is needed even though the theoretical designer may specify a lot less.


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Can Light Really Affect My Wine?

The short answer is that light can definitely affect wine, but we need to take a closer look at the physics and chemistry of it all to understand why and how in what is called light-strike reactions, which can impart off-odors to wine, what the French call goût de lumière.


Wine is sensitive to the damaging rays of light, particularly ultraviolet (UV) rays from sunlight and fluorescent lighting; that’s why wine (and beer) is packaged in dark bottles-the best example is Port in those familiar, dark, opaque bottles. Wines packaged in clear glass bottles are meant for quick consumption and should be stored in carton boxes until such a time.


All forms of radiation, including visible light ultraviolet (UV) rays and X-rays, have energy that is directly proportional to their frequencies or inversely proportional to their wavelengths-that is, high-frequency waves have short wavelengths, and vice versa. And the greater the energy, the greater the catalytic effect of chemical reactions in wine.


Of concern in wine are visible light and the sun’s UVA rays-yes, UVA rays because research has proven that even a short exposure of wine to sun (UVB and UVC are absorbed by the atmosphere), in the order of hours, can have detrimental effects. That’s because UVA rays lie in the 315-400 nanometer (nm) range of the electromagnetic spectrum and therefore has more energy than visible light, which lies in the 400-700 nm range.


Glass acts as a filter, but clear glass offers no protection against UVA and visible light. Green glass offers some protection, but only half as good as amber; dark-amber glass offers almost complete protection. So why is so much wine, particularly many of the ultra-premium wines of the world, packaged in green glass? This is likely for historical reasons when making green-colored glass was easiest and the effect of radiation on wine was unknown.


But glass is only half the story. We must now consider the optical properties of wine to then determine how radiation effects any chemical reaction.

Research has shown that wavelengths in the 375-440 nm range-that is, the high end of the UVA range and the blue (low) end of the visible light range-are most damaging to wine. The amount of radiation absorbed by wine in this range is directly proportional to opacity; therefore, red wine absorbs the most, and is most affected, while white wine absorbs the least-rosé wine is in the middle. As such, for marketing purpose where displaying color is important, white wine can be stored in clear glass, although not for extended periods of time; that’s why premium whites, such as age-worthy Chablis wines come in dead-leaf-colored glass, a golden-yellow color that provides better protection than green.


Opaque, deeply colored, rich reds absorb almost all radiation; however, these have the highest concentration of effect-inhibiting tannins, which provide protection. But if the concentration is low or the extent of exposure is long, unpleasant and off-putting aromas and flavors can develop. Specifically, red wine has sulfur-containing amino acids, namely, containing methionine and cysteine, which have a thiol (sulfur-hydrogen) side chain in their structures. These then react with naturally occurring vitamins, such as riboflavin (vitamin B2) and pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)-water-soluble vitamins that are easily destroyed by heat, oxygen and, that’s right, UV light. The products of this reaction are sulfur compounds such as hydrogen sulfide, dimethyl sulfide (DMS), and dimethyl disulfide (DMDS), responsible for imparting a range of foul smells from rotten eggs to cabbage and wet dog.


Interesting science.

And now I’m left to wonder if my precious magnum of 1991 Château d’Yquem, in a clear-glass bottle, which I bought for my son born that same year, was affected by X-rays on its travel from the U.S. It was pre-9/11, however, the unyielding airport security guard simply couldn’t be convinced not to X-ray my precious bottle. I guess he was not a fine-wine aficionado.


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List of Values for Kids

A list of values helps parents focus on specific principles they would like to teach their children. Making a list of values for kids may feel overwhelming. Remember that teaching values is something that a child learns throughout his or her lifetime.

Below you will find suggestions to help you make a list of values. Take a look at the example list of values, along with the ideas on how to teach using your own list.

Making a list of Values for Kids

· Take a moment and think about someone you admire.

· As you think of this person, write down attributes you appreciate.

· Next to this list, write the values that are associated with the qualities you admire.

· Talk to friends, families, teachers, and religious leaders. Ask and note what values they try to live by.

· Think of principles or standards that are important to you. Write down those that you would like to instill in your own children.

First write down every idea that comes to you. Later you can edit the list to your top ten or fifteen values to keep it manageable.

Example List of Values for Kids

The following list of values for kids is an example of principles that you might include on your list. These values are not in any particular order.

· Honesty

· Integrity

· Kindness

· Empathy

· Thankfulness

· Curiosity

· Respect

· Imagination

· Hard work

· Perseverance

· Faith

· Friendship

Notice that imagination and curiosity are part of the list for values. Values are not only principles and standards. They are also what we consider important in our lives and would like to pass on to our children. Keep this in mind as you make your own list of values.

Teaching Values with a List

Values are taught by example in the home. Review the values on your list. As you talk with and listen to your child, moments to teach values will present themselves.

Use these moments to help your child know what you think is right in a particular situation. Assist them as they think of ways to put values into action in their everyday lives.

A lesson with the family, teaching a different value from your list each week or month, is an additional way to help your children understand and learn values.

Music can help teach values on your list. Find a song with words that illustrate one of the values on your list. Listen to it in the car or at home. As the child becomes familiar with it, you can begin teaching the words.

As you learn the words together you may ask questions like the following:

· What does this song talk about?

· What is it trying to help us understand?

· What is a situation where you could apply this value?

Keep in mind that learning and teaching values is a life long endeavor. Don’t be discouraged; just be consistent. Live the values you want to teach. Expect and help your children to live them also.

Source by Vickie S. Christensen

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Life Insurance Ratings and What They Mean to You

There are many things to consider before you purchase life insurance such as what your needs are, what is your budget for life insurance and what is the right policy type for your personal situation. Another very important thing to consider is the rating of the company that you purchase your policy from. The past few months have shown many of us that there are a few companies out there that have mishandled their budgets and possibly put some of their policy holders at risk over the long term meaning that the company go bankrupt or insolvent what are the possibilities of Benefits being paid out in the future. It is something we all need to take a look at going forward. While these ratings do not offer a crystal ball look into the future they do help a person make sound decisions based on current and historical information available, which is the best any of us can do to manage risk.

The companies that come up with these ratings, (AM Best, Standard & Poor's, Moody's and Fitch being some of the top names), are independent firms who look at an insurance companies financial strength to come up with their rating of that company. Basically these companies pay financial analyst to determine the strength of the company's balance sheet in an attempt to come up with a strength rating that a consumer can easily easily identify with.

There are multiple rating companies out in the market, each with a slightly different rating scale but the general idea is somewhat like a grading scale you would expect to see in school, A ++ or AAA being the best on down to the lows. It is the middle and low of these scales that differs slightly with each rating system. The different scales and their definitions are available on the web if you want to take a look. In this article we will assume that you will be looking at high ratios for your life insurance needs which means that anything less than an A rating will not do.

After deciding on the other factors that surround the purchase of Life Insurance, deciding on a company that offers the best financial strength should be a strong consideration in determining what company to purchase your Life Insurance Product from. The good news is that many of the Life Insurance quote services have adopted this into their quotes, which makes it more efficient for the consumer. I would offer this as a last step though, with things changing quickly these days we owe it to ourselves to dig a little before making any purchases. Once you settle in on a company do a search of that company or product and see if there is any recent news on it weather it will be positive or negative news, you will have as much or the current information as possible to make a well informed decision.


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Zeolite Dosage – How Much Zeolite Should I Take For Health?

How Much Zeolite Should I take?

This is a question most people want to know, and of course it is different for each brand and there are so many brands on the market today, but here are some general guidelines you can follow for the 2 most popular types of zeolite, namely zeolite powder and liquid zeolite. If you have questions about other brands, follow the label, but don’t get too stressed. It is impossible to overdose on liquid forms of this supplement, given that there are very small amounts in the bottles.

What do the Scientific Studies on Zeolite Say?

First, according to the scientific studies, the recommended dosage for general maintenance and prevention is 2.5 to 5 grams. In practical terms, 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of powdered micronized clinoptilolite will deliver the amount recommended in the scientific literature.

There have been a number of studies and anecdotal evidence that using this mineral orally could be beneficial in removing heavy metals and toxins, as well as studies in which patients used the powder form as an adjunct to conventional cancer treatments. The big question is, how do the supplements on the market today measure up to the studies?

Zeolite Brands

The popular powdered is cleaned micronized zeolite powder with 5000 mg in one measured teaspoon. That makes it easy doesn’t it? 1 teaspoon a day matches up with what we have learned. For acute health issues, the recommend 1 teaspoon 3 X a day mixed in water or juice should do it.

This company also serves zeolite in capsules. Their encapsulated clinoptilolite products have either 800 or 900 mg per capsule, so in order to get your 2.5-5 grams a day you would take 3-6 capsules.

What about Liquid Zeolite?

Liquid zeolite is a little bit different. There haven’t been any real clinical studies on liquid types, however, popular brands like Original Liquid Zeolite claim their product is simply micronized powdered zeolite which is suspended in water. The label states that there are 24 mg per dose, which means there are 2400 mg per bottle. (this is 1/2 the amount, in an entire bottle, than the recommended dosage in the scientific studies. This is why I mentioned it is impossible to take too much of the liquid products.)

In order to get the minimum dosage recommended in the study, one would need to consume one bottle per day, for prevention. The company claims 24 mg 3 times a day is enough, so that would mean the dosage for that liquid product is 3 drops 3 times a day. Some of their distributors claim one needs to take 10 drops 3 times a day for detox, and 15 drops 4 times a day for an acute health issue.

Despite the fact that liquids deliver a much lower dosage, there have been many testimonials on their effectiveness. While testimonials don’t add up to scientific proof, they are powerful in describing how people feel when taking a particular supplement.

What About Other Zeolite Brands?

I recommend that you read labels closely before you buy, to make sure you are getting as close to the dosages recommended in the studies as possible. Since each brand is different, you can now make a decision based on the label.

This will get more confusing as time goes on, and more products hit the market with more ingredients in them. Companies can get away with now saying exactly how much is in the bottle by listing it with other ingredients and calling it a proprietary blend. Because of this, you should try to get a product that lists the ingredients separately and has only a few ingredients.

Which is Better? Zeolite Powder or Liquid?

I think, from a dosage perspective, it is much easier to get an adequate amount by using a powder product. However, many people find scooping a powder into a glass and mixing it with water to be too messy or time-consuming. For those people, and for children who won’t drink a whole glass of powder dissolved in water, the liquid form has found a great niche.

For everyone else, zeolite powder is proving to be an excellent way to take zeolite every day.


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The Burden of Homework

There are many children who realize how important a good education is to secure a decent career. They are the ones who are trying their best to keep up academically. But, they are tired, stressed and frustrated. They are burdened with homework and the demands on their time.

Time is man’s greatest enemy. We live in an information era that is fast paced with things (like technology) that are always changing. While adults manage to organize themselves and cope with the hectic schedules on hand, children are battling to find enough time for schoolwork, sport, recreation and relaxation. And we all know how important and healthy balance is. There are those who will reason that homework doesn’t promote academic achievement. Others believe that homework does more harm than good. In the end one needs to define homework.

1. What is homework? Homework is a supplement to work done in the classroom on the same day.

2. Why is homework important? Homework helps to reinforce concepts, information or skills.

3. How does a student benefit from doing homework? Homework is beneficial because it stimulates the brain. It is also an intellectual discipline and it serves to instill a sense of responsibility.

Homework is not the problem. Teachers often give homework to keep children busy. They give homework to punish their students. Sometimes homework is given because time in class is not enough to do all the work assigned. There are times that children sit at home with work that has never been explained or discussed in class.

Teachers should categorize homework. Homework is important in three ways: for the purpose of

  • preparation for the next lesson;
  • practicing new skills; and
  • understanding concepts and information through additional information.

Homework should never take up too much time. Let’s take the example of ten minutes per learning area, per afternoon. For children who have fourteen learning areas, this in effect would mean that time set aside every afternoon for homework is two hours and twenty minutes. On the other hand, if children spend an hour doing mathematics homework, where would they find the time, energy or optimism to do the homework assigned for their other thirteen subjects? Official school hours differ from one country to the next. Let’s say they average between five to six hours per day. With a two hour homework schedule, children would be spending seven to eight hours per day academically.

To ease the burden, parents need to take a greater interest in what their children are doing. Communication is very important between the three parties involved: parents, children and teachers. If parents share the same concerns as their children regarding the amount of homework given, it will help the young ones to realize that there is a sense of justice.

Schools can assist children with homework policies. These policies will set the guidelines with regard to the amount and types of assigned homework. Most school policy guidelines for homework are set at a maximum of twenty to forty minutes for all learning areas.

Homework will never be popular. Children will continue to see it in a bad light. They need to be encouraged constantly so that they will have a positive attitude towards education. Children are our future. We need to put them first, because a negative and uneducated future can only be detrimental to society on the whole.

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Peeling Penis Skin – 7 Potential Causes

Dry, peeling penis skin can send any man into a state of panic, especially when there is no obvious cause. Flakes of skin falling away from the Johnson are not only unattractive, they can appear as a sign of poor health, not to mention causing serious discomfort.

Fortunately, in most cases, the underlying issue can be easily addressed. With the right treatment and a good understanding of proper penis care, the problem can be banished in a matter of days, leaving the skin soft, smooth and attractive.

Common causes of flaking, peeling penis skin

  • Friction. Dry masturbation or sex is a leading cause of peeling, stressed skin. Using a personal lubricant (one designed for the purpose) can reduce the occurrence of dryness and irritation of the penis.
  • Yeast infection. Candida yeast infections, also known as thrush, are one of the most common causes of peeling, itchy penis skin. Other symptoms of yeast infection include red bumps or sores, a burning sensation during urination, severe itching, and a whitish, lumpy discharge. Most yeast infections can be treated with topical anti-fungal creams. Although not considered a sexually transmitted infection, Candida is highly contagious and can easily be passed from one partner to another, so men who develop a yeast infection should encourage their partners to be treated, as well.
  • Balanitis. This condition refers to any inflammation of the glans – or head – of the penis. The inflammation may be related to yeast infection or poor hygiene. Keeping the area clean is essential, especially for men who are uncircumcised, and topical creams may be used to treat the pain, itching and flaking caused by the infection.
  • Phimosis. Men or boys who are unable to retract the foreskin may be diagnosed with phimosis. The tight foreskin may develop a dry appearance, especially if it is stretched during an erection or as a result of masturbation or sex. Phimosis can often be treated by gently pulling the foreskin back a little at a time; applying a high-quality moisturizer can be of assistance in this process. In some cases, doctors may recommend circumcision as the best solution.
  • Sexually transmitted infections. Certain communicable diseases can cause dry penis skin that flakes and peels. Men who are sexually active should be tested for STIs on a regular basis and follow through with any recommended treatment.
  • Dermatitis. A skin sensitivity to something in a man’s environment – from laundry detergent to fragrances to latex condoms or spermicides – can cause the skin to become irritated, itchy, and dry. Avoiding potential skin irritants can eliminate this problem, and using a soothing vitamin cream when irritation does occur can help to clear up any issues.
  • Psoriasis or eczema. Men who have psoriasis or eczema elsewhere on their bodies may also develop dry, scaly or red patches of skin on the penis. Vitamins A and E are often used as natural solutions for these issues; hydrocortisone creams are also frequently prescribed, but caution is advised in this case, as steroid creams can cause thinning of the delicate penile skin.

Any unusual penis symptoms are best tended to by a doctor who has experience in men’s issues, especially if the owner of the package is not sure what is causing the problem. In some cases, such as communicable diseases, prescription medications may be required to clear up the problem.

Dry penis skin should be allowed time to heal; abstaining from sex until the cause of the issue has been identified can prevent further damage and discomfort. In addition, applying a penis health creme (most health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) containing penis-specific nutrients such as vitamins A and E can help to nourish the skin and speed the healing process. A good penis cream containing natural moisturizers such as Shea butter is ideal for even the most sensitive skin; applying the cream after a shower is best, as this allows for rapid absorption for maximum benefit.


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How to Give Her Thigh-Shaking Orgasms (Tonight!)

Do you want to make your woman explode with orgasmic delight? Well, to be honest I am a little frustrated at how many men are completely clueless in the bedroom. They seem to think their ability to please women lies in the size of their penis. This is absolutely not true. Instead, it just takes a little effort to learn some proven methods – but most guys hate putting in that effort!

How to Give Her Thigh-Shaking Orgasms (Tonight!)

Stack Her Orgasms

This should be the corner stone of every man’s routine in the bedroom. What this does is get a woman to the point where she experiences a blended orgasm (an orgasm which originated from the clitoris and g-spot simultaneously) every 5-10 minutes. In other words, if this is done right, you’ll be able to give her as many orgasms as you want during sex – or until she passes out from all the pleasure!

Missionary with a Twist

When it comes to sex positions, this is probably my favorite. Get in the normal missionary position and then put her legs over your shoulders. Simply elevate her bottom off of the bed, and give her slow and powerful thrusts. What this elevation does is ensure you hit the g-spot each time. Try it out and I can guarantee she won’t be able to get enough!

Longer is Better

If you are going to stack her orgasms, then you’ll probably launch to the top of her list of lovers. But what will keep you up there is your sexual stamina. Since she will be experiencing an amazing orgasm every 5-10 minutes, you will need to be able to last as long as she wants. For some women, a couple of these strong orgasms is enough, but other may want more than 4 or 5!

Source by Jessica Golmes

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