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1 Evaluating drugs

2 The drugs option

3 Engineering happiness

4 Committing suicide

5 Two kinds of love

6 Miserable taste, but not tongkat ali (because it's kratom)

7 Neuropharmacological help

8 Brain chemistry and improved orgasms

9 The quality of orgasms

10 Love drugs that work

References:

1 Leonardus B. S. Kardono , Cindy K. Angerhofer , Soefjan Tsauri , Kosasih Padmawinata , John M. Pezzuto , A. Douglas Kinghorn, Cytotoxic and Antimalarial Constituents of the Roots of Eurycoma longifolia, Journal of Natural Products Vol. 54, No 5, pp. 1360-1367, Sep-Oct 1991.

2 Suratwadee Jiwajinda, Vilai Santisopasri, Akira Murakami, Masanori Kawanaka, Hiromu Kawanaka, Monique Gasquet, Riad Eilas, Guy Balansard, Hajime Ohigashi, In vitro anti-tumor promoting and anti-parasitic activities of the quassinoids from Eurycoma longifolia, a medicinal plant in Southeast Asia, Science Direct, Journal of Ethnopharmacology Volume 82, Issue 1, 1 September 2002, Pages 55-58.

3 Nurhanan, M. Y., Azimahtol, H. L. P., Azizol, A. K., Cytotoxicity studies of Eurycoma longifolia extracts against a panel of human cancer cell lines., Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), Towards modernisation of research and technology in herbal industries. Proceedings of the Seminar on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, 24-25 July 2001 2002 pp. 124-127.