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Volume 18 No. 5 • September 2015


SEX AND ORGASM

An interesting early paper (1994) reported that the synthesis and release of prostaglandins D2 and E2 by rat uterine tissue takes place throughout the sex cycle. Pulsatile PGD2 (as occurs in the niacin flush) is antiinflammatory while chronic release of PGD2 (as occurs in Alzheimer’s disease, for example) is proinflammatory. PGE2 is generally inflammatory but can under some circumstances be antiinflammatory (perhaps depending upon dose and time course of its release). Prolactin, released during orgasm, regulates levels of PGD2 and PGE2. Somewhere in this complex stew is the magic switch that might be useful for producing orgasm and increasing its strength. Just for fun, you know. Might make a moneymaking formula, too, but the fun comes first.

Could An Orgasm At the Same Time As the Niacin Flush Result in a Stronger Orgasm?

A possible clue is an observation Durk made many years ago that having a niacin flush at the same time as having an orgasm would increase (I noticed this, too) the strength of the orgasm, which hints that pulsatile PGD2 (the cause of the niacin flush) may be part of the orgasm process. If you can tolerate the niacin flush, you might give it a try and let us know if you notice anything (write to us c/o Life Enhancement Products about this but please do not ask for medical advice. We can get into serious legal problems (prison, legal expenses that bankrupt us, etc.) doing that and we simply cannot reply to such requests.

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