( Sarawak ) Gambir extract –a multipurpose usage ?


The Rain forest of Sarawak has been in existence for the last thousand years unfortunately in recent times, man has started to destroy it. Scientists say the Rain Forest could  hold many secrets and  we may never know many of these secrets , as the Rain Forest is continuously exploited and will be gone sooner than we thought . Perhaps two of the most well known plants found in the Rain forest of Sarawak  are “  Tongkat Ali and Gambir “ . Believe it or not: both are said to possess asprodiasc qualities.

Having said that the plants are collected from the Rain Forest , they are now being cultivated.  In Sarawak there is a small scale commercial planting of TongKat Ali but not of  Gambir.

If you are looking for local souvenirs and artefacts try the shops in Main bazaar,  outside the shops  this photo may be a familiar sight.

Copied from http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/376948/

They are selling Gambir extract. I have a feeling the gambir extract are imported from Indonesia .

Apart from the main bazaar, these salesmen can also be found in India Street and the water front.

Here is some more information on the ‘Gambia extract “copied from a website ‘malaysiamade.com “.

Gambir Sarawak (extract liquid)


Original gambir sarawak traditionally used by natives in sarawak to prolong and help penis erections.
Beside that it is also being used for:
1. Gum and tooth ache
2. Bitten by insects
3. Before piercing
4. Minor cut
5. Prolong penis erection
Although  mainly used by men, there have been reports that women that uses them, loves the burning sensation on their clitoris/labia and have achieved multiple orgasms due to the tingling sensation and the prolong performance by their lover. Note: The affect might differ with each individual. There has not been any report of side affect or allergy due to gambit as it is made from natural organic material. If unsure, do try on a small skin surface beforehand.
Product Details:
Function: see detail

Type: Herbal Extract
Product & Shipping Terms:

Disclaim : This is tongue in cheek article .  I do not  promote  gambir’s  extract . Use it at your own risk .


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