“Growing a Bushy Mustache”
in Body Hair
Dear Bearded Confidant,
Well, I've just read your fantastic page(s) and found it really, really interesting! I'm so glad there's such a thing for gay guys.
Men in times past did indeed have thicker, fuller mustaches which boldly advertised their masculine virility. Today, more and more men are finding that instead of a thick, bushy mustache, they are only able to grow a sparse, scraggly, soft, silky, or fluffy mustache. The problem is likely due to rising levels of what is known as environmental estrogen, first identified by researchers in London and Copenhagen. This environmental estrogen is passed from pregnant mothers to their sons. The mothers ingest the hormones through the water supply, oral contraceptives, dairy products, and harmful environmental compounds like dioxins and PCBs. The mother's body fat then retains these contaminants and converts some steroids to estrogen. These high levels of environmental estrogen have lowered the average man's sperm count by half in the last 50 years. Other secondary masculine characteristics, such as facial and body hair, are also affected. Even though the problem you describe is hormonal, there are a few things you can do to help your situation.
Seek out a massage therapist who has expertise in energy flow. He will know how to active the vital channels that carry masculine energy through your body. You must be forthcoming with the therapist and explain that you want to unleash your full masculine energy. The therapy may or may not involve direct manipulation of the male organs, but in any case it will be highly sensual and stimulating. You will benefit from increased blood flow and hormonal flow to your face, which will encourage hair growth.
You can directly stimulate hair growth at home with a proven herbal oil formula developed in India. Find an Indian grocery and ask for hair oil (a popular brand is called "Brahmi Oil"). This is a very common skin-care item and shouldn't be hard to find. Brahmi Oil is a deep green oil containing botanical essences and various vegetable oils (including coconut). This formula is usually solid and must be warmed in a sink full of hot water before it can be applied. Massage this oil onto your upper lip every night before bed. It can also be used in the day, but will obviously give your mustache an oiled appearance. This formula will help your hair grow thicker, fuller, and longer. You might also consider using a hair-thickening shampoo and conditioner. While such products only work on a superficial level, they will improve the appearance of your mustache.