A study has found a huge benefit to swallowing semen.
What if someone told you that you could live longer without having to make a potion of your own blood and the hair of a virgin? What if the solution to living longer was in your very own home…actually, in your husband’s penis?
A study published in revealed that spermidine, a chemical found in semen (but also in foods that you can eat with pleasure, like cheese and whole grains) helped rats’ hearts function better and reduced blood pressure, thereby helping them live longer.
“Our results suggest a new and feasible strategy for protection against cardiovascular disease,” the researchers wrote. Read more
The latest prescription for a healthy baby is swallowing semen during pregnancy. If the expectant mother has issues with swallowing, here are seven tips to make it go down easier.
If you’re thinking about conceiving, or certainly if you are already pregnant, there is some pretty convincing evidence that instead of just swallowing, say, folic acid, you might want to swallow something else.
Let me be delicate about this, if I can.
As far as I can tell, not only should you be having lots of oral sex with the father of your baby — even up to a year before conceiving — you should also make sure to ingest his seminal fluid. Listen to what I’m telling you: the international medical community is giving you an Rx for oral. Sure, they say frequent intercourse is good, too, but oral is better. So, if you care about having a healthy baby and not potentially unleashing what scientists call a “destructive attack on the foreign tissues” of your fetus, if you want to avoid immunological disorders during pregnancy, and I’m sure you do, get to work. Or to pleasure, depending on how you feel about it. Read more
My ninth most popular post all-time is 7 Tips for Swallowing Semen, so men who are wondering what to get their wives or girlfriends for Christmas may find the cookbook Natural harvest: A Collection of Semen-Based Recipes to be the perfect gift. Now in its second edition, the book is published by Lulu and is ranked 1,287 in popularity at the Lulu Marketplace. Here’s the publisher’s description:
Semen is not only nutritious, but it also has a wonderful texture and amazing cooking properties. Like fine wine and cheeses, the taste of semen is complex and dynamic. Semen is inexpensive to produce and is commonly available in many, if not most, homes and restaurants. Despite all of these positive qualities, semen remains neglected as a food. This book hopes to change that. Once you overcome any initial hesitation, you will be surprised to learn how wonderful semen is in the kitchen. Semen is an exciting ingredient that can give every dish you make an interesting twist. If you are a passionate cook and are not afraid to experiment with new ingredients – you will love this cook book!
One of the reader comments shows how much this book has been needed:
Thank god for this book! For years I have been slipping my secret sauce into all different types of food and beverages at my home and while at work at the local Chuck E. Cheese. The kids really seem to love their pizza when it is covered with my “secret sauce”. Some times I can see a mother with that “I know I have had this taste in my mouth before” look on their face. Read more
The Christmas shopping season is short this year, so you’ll have to order right away to be sure to get it delivered in time to slip into your sweetheart’s stocking.
Even though swallowing semen may help prevent depression and lower blood pressure, many women (including some who enthusiastically perform fellatio on their men) still don’t like to swallow. Women who don’t swallow usually blame their gag reflex or the taste of semen for their refusal. However, swallowing has deep, symbolic significance to men. By swallowing, a woman indicates her complete acceptance of him. Spitting out his semen is a symbolic rejection to many men.
If you would like to make fellatio an even better experience for your man by swallowing his semen, here are seven tips for overcoming the gag reflex and the taste: Continue reading