If there’s one thing in this world I’m truly passionate about (besides sex!) it’s traveling.
I’m very lucky that my career gives me the chance to travel the world. Nothing makes me happier than exploring diverse cultures in search of rare & exotic plants to use for male enhancement.
My most recent trip was to Peru, one of the most magical places on Earth.
I took the 4-day trek up to the “Sacred District” of Machu Picchu, the most important icon of the Inca civilization.
I also visited another sacred Inca site, Tipon. This one is less well-known, but just as breathtaking. Here’s a photo I snapped during my trip:
The Incas were an incredibly advanced people in many ways, even beyond the magnificent architecture of Machu Picchu or Tipon.
My interest in the ancient Incas stems from their folklore about sexuality.
In fact, I first became aware of the Inca culture’s views on sex when I discovered Maca for my PHGH formulation.
Maca is a root that grows high in the Andes mountains. Centuries ago, Inca men began to use Maca before going into battle to give them strength & endurance.
As the legend goes, when the victors returned they were also blessed with an incredible sexual virility. From that day onward, the Inca men took Maca every day to guarantee they’d have strong libidos and powerful erections.
Well, on my most recent trip to Peru I discovered another interesting aspect of the Inca’s view on sexuality: Incan Erotic Pottery.
I wound up in the Larco Museum in Lima. Little did I know that this museum contained the largest collection of Incan erotic art in the world.
Now, I’m actually not a huge fan of museums. I prefer to explore the outdoors when I travel. I like to get a sense of how ancient cultures used to live. But I brought my long-term girlfriend along on this trip and she really wanted to go…so eventually I gave in.
Well, imagine my surprise as I was casually strolling through the museum and I saw this:
It turns out, the ancient Incas were very open about sex!
This museum visit very quickly turned into some serious research for me. I took photos of the pottery and read as much as I could about the history. Sex was a sacred ritual for the Incas…something which connected them to the spirit world.
Then, I stumbled upon the piece of pottery that immediately inspired me to write this blog…check THIS position out:
I knew right away that this was something I could add to my collection of unique sex positions on this blog.
When I returned home from Peru, I got in touch with my good friend and illustrator Chris. I emailed him the photo and asked him to whip up a more detailed drawing.
I’m calling this new position: The Twist & Shout.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to get her into this advanced position:
1) Start in standard Missionary Position, then slightly lean back until you’re in a more upright stance on your knees.
2) Reach around her leg with your left hand and brace her thigh against your forearm & bicep.
3) Place your right hand just below her breasts, and in one swift motion flip her clockwise until her body is fully sideways.
I tried this at the hotel in Peru, and I found that putting her leg over my shoulder gave me an even deeper angle of penetration.
This position resulted in a unique, multi-layered orgasm for my girl…and I’m positive it will do the same for yours.
I strongly encourage you to give this new position a try tonight.
Women, as you know, respond strongly to any new sexual ideas…they simply love variety. Add to this the extremely powerful stimulation you’ll be giving her from this angle, and she’ll have a night to remember.
This is just one of many pieces of Inca pottery where a male proudly displays his manhood.
You see, there was no shame in sex for these people…and there shouldn’t be for us either.
The Incas understood just how important having a powerful & robust erection was for your sex life…and for life in general.
And to make sure they never had a problem getting hard, the Inca men used a sacred plant medicine: Maca Root
This is exactly why I included Maca in my formula for PHGH.
What the ancient Incas didn’t know about Maca was why it worked so well to improve the male sex drive. Modern research indicates that Maca increases not only your libido, but works in other ways to improve your sexual power.
Studies show that Maca increases the mobility of your sperm as well as the volume of your semen.
Perhaps evolutionary forces were at work when Inca men took to Maca like fish to water.
More likely was the positive response they got from their women with these massive “load sizes.”
Modern women are no different.
They may tell you otherwise, but women around the world associate larger load sizes with greater masculinity…and this leads to greater female arousal.
Maca is just one of five key ingredients in my formula for PHGH. Each has a history as rich as the next. Each one has also been tested in modern labs and they all pass with flying colors.
Personally, I tend to trust the wisdom of cultures around the world that have used these natural herbs for male enhancement for centuries.
To access the libido-boosting, load-maximizing power of Maca…visit the PHGH website and stock up today.
Until next time…