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Health and Wellness - The benefits of sperm

We are not going to give you a lecture on sperm (between us, let's face it: it would be extremely boring)! So, let's get straight to the point and discover together, the benefits of sperm (Even you gentlemen, you are concerned)!
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08/13/2019 - 12:55
Christine MBENGONO
Redactrice en chef
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We are not going to give you a lecture on sperm (between us, let's face it: it would be extremely boring)! So, let's get straight to the point and discover together, the benefits of sperm (Even you gentlemen, you are concerned)!

On the skin

Sperm is a powerful antioxidant and, used on the skin, it helps to overcome acne, reduce wrinkles and gives a luminous skin.

To overcome acne:

Apply sperm to the affected areas (at least 4 times a week) and let it dry for 10 minutes then rinse thoroughly with warm water. The results will start to be visible at the end of the 2nd week but, do it for at least 1 full month.

Nutritional contributions

Sperm contains a significant amount of water; nutrients beneficial to the body; proteins with antibacterial action; vitamin C and B12. It is also rich in potassium and magnesium, useful minerals depending on age and health status. Keep quiet, many Chefs, like Paul "Fotie" PHOTENHAUER, include sperm in some of their recipes.

Ladies, is swallowing sperm dangerous for your health?

Yes and No

Yes, because there are people allergic to this liquid and also, sperm is one of the liquids through which many diseases and infections are transmitted. He also transmits herpes. So, if you are unsure of your partner's sexual health (After tests and other tests), do not swallow his sperm. And you sir, if you are not sure of being healthy, do not make your sperm swallow to madam! (After that it is also true that it is difficult to stop a train that takes a decisive turn at nearly 10,000km / h, but ... Make efforts!)

No, because if your partner is in good health, seminophagy (the act of swallowing sperm) is safe.

So ladies, gentlemen when will your next ...?

©Christine MBENGONO

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