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Curious what you all think about L-DOPA, as a supplement Mucuna pruriens

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No sorry i dont. Ive read some old articles on men in south east asia using this for years for penis and their hair with good results. Now I dont expect it to make my cock grow like crazy but what i do like is that is pulls the blood and gives my cock a much fuller and full of veins. After i massge it into my penis u can literally see the veins fill up.

Im also not selling anything. I know u need scientific data and thats fine but im a real life person who is using it and sharing my results. Not some guy saying that 500 guys in Kentucky tried this with mixed results. Im one guy who’s using it with nice results. I could careless if you or anyone ever try it. I really like it.

Originally Posted by Horror1234
Im also not selling anything. I know u need scientific data and thats fine but im a real life person who is using it and sharing my results. Not some guy saying that 500 guys in Kentucky tried this with mixed results. Im one guy who’s using it with nice results. I could careless if you or anyone ever try it. I really like it.

Glad to hear, and very true. Thanks for sharing your experience.


July 2018: BPEL=6.5" MSEG=4.75" EQ=4

Dec 2018: BPEL=7.5" MSEG=5.5" EQ=6-8

My journey

There are a host of health issues associated with too much dopamine in your system. L-dopa is used to treat Parkinson’s, I wouldn’t mess around with something this powerful.

Health issues? Like what? Do you have some links?


July 2018: BPEL=6.5" MSEG=4.75" EQ=4

Dec 2018: BPEL=7.5" MSEG=5.5" EQ=6-8

My journey

Are you taking L-Dopa purely for the chance of increased dopamine? I know people who are deficient in dopamine can also have increased levels of prolactin which can attribute to low EQ.

It’s well known that increasing dopamine can lower prolactin levels and users can experience an increase in libido as well as erection quality.

Also too high of a dose and you can end up with priapism. I haven’t personally experienced this with Mucuna Puriens persay but have with the anti-depressent Wellbutrin which is said to also increase dopamine levels directly or indirectly.

-Jazz Hands

Interesting. I have stopped taking this due to unrelated health issues (I am eliminating variables and working with my doctors to find the etiology.) But I may end up experimenting with this again.

I was curious about the flaccid girth increase purported with it. I personally didn’t notice much of a change if any. Nor any other effects for that matter (positive or negative) that I could attribute to this directly. I took it for about a month.


July 2018: BPEL=6.5" MSEG=4.75" EQ=4

Dec 2018: BPEL=7.5" MSEG=5.5" EQ=6-8

My journey

Originally Posted by Sunny008
Interesting. I have stopped taking this due to unrelated health issues (I am eliminating variables and working with my doctors to find the etiology.) But I may end up experimenting with this again.

I was curious about the flaccid girth increase purported with it. I personally didn’t notice much of a change if any. Nor any other effects for that matter (positive or negative) that I could attribute to this directly. I took it for about a month.

What were the positive side effects of L-Dopa other than the sexual ones that made you decide to try it? Are you experiencing depression, lethargy, lack of mental clarity?

-Jazz Hands

I didn’t experience any of those things. Nor did I experience the purported side effect of a false sense of well being:
https://examine … earch/?q=L+dopa

I only stopped taking it to eliminate variables with an unrelated health condition.

The only reason I started taking it was the purported increase to flaccid state, and my curiosity of what effect that would have with PE.

Obviously a sample size of n=1, is far from statistically significant. And I have not, at this point, even been able to conclude my own personal esperiment with this, since I discontinued it due to an unrelated health issue.


July 2018: BPEL=6.5" MSEG=4.75" EQ=4

Dec 2018: BPEL=7.5" MSEG=5.5" EQ=6-8

My journey

Originally Posted by Sunny008
Did you notice a difference in your flaccid too, and did you have any negative side effects? And why did you stop taking it?

No side effects. I stopped taking it because it is now banned in Canada and I can no longer order it from Swanson. Then my doctor started giving me a prescription for cabergoline, a dopamine agonist, which works very well.

Originally Posted by Jafar_t
No side effects. I stopped taking it because it is now banned in Canada and I can no longer order it from Swanson. Then my doctor started giving me a prescription for cabergoline, a dopamine agonist, which works very well.

How long have you been on Cabergoline and what’s your dosage/frequency?

Caber is great for increased libido but I’ve heard that it has diminishing returns. It can also tank prolactin which isn’t fun.

-Jazz Hands

There is a ton of info on L-dopa, mucuna pruriens and L-dopa vs mucuna pruriens on pubmed.gov. It’s pretty cheap if you know where to get it, especially if you get an extract. Remember extracts are much stronger.

L-dopa converts directly to dopamine, plain and simple. Besides increasing mood and libido directly, dopamine also has a direct effect on dropping prolactin. Prolactin, estrogen and to a lesser extent other hormones like testosterone provide feedback to reduce GnRH. That’s the hormone that leads to all the other sexual hormones and sexual function in general. Prolactin has a large effect on reducing it, but a small amount of prolactin is helpful for some sexual functions. The dopamine effect is immediate, within a couple minutes.

You don’t get high, addicted, withdrawal or dependence because unlike narcotics L-dopa does not force the release of dopamine. Your brain will take the extra and store it away. And then you have it for later, rather than a crash making you feel lousy and wanting more. Super high amounts of L-dopa for years, as used to treat Parkinson’s disease, leads to a drop of other neural hormones and related issues. It doesn’t reduce them directly like it does with prolactin. Rather since you are supplying too much of one and not others, the others eventually run low. Parkinson’s treatment attempts to supply some of these to some extent to mitigate the problem. Studies on mucuna pruriens, though limited, show that it has some effect on boosting other neural hormones leading to much less drawbacks. That’s why you should never get a 99% L-dopa mucuna pruriens extract. You are missing the other helpful compounds. Try something more like 10% of 20%. Also the amount used in Parkinson’s is 3-6 times the typical amount used for sexual reasons. Unless you go nutso on the dose for a decade you’ll be fine. But it probably would be a good idea to not use it for more than a year or two to be safe, and to keep the amount limited. I was using it for a couple years with no ill effects whatsoever, for the dopamine. Eventually I got that sorted out and didn’t need it anymore, so I figured that was a good time to stop. I have heard of some small issues with 99% L-dopa extracts. And if you use a lot at once of either it may feel a bit off, but it’ll pass in under 30-60 minutes.

At best it would be as good as HCG for PE and other hormonal purposes (GnRH leads to LH, and HCG is similar to LH). In reality because your brain stores away excess, it is much weaker than HCG. Many studies show a modest increase in sexual parameters like hormones and sperm quality. Besides the effect on sexual function, it increases libido a lot directly because of the dopamine. I doubt it would have any effect on PE, because AFAIK these things don’t affect PE.

SJW extract may help balance it out for some, but I don’t think it’s usually necessary. Unless you already have issues with low serotonin. Noni is nicer, but it takes a much higher amount.

I just needed it. Thanks for sharing.

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