Men's Semen does wonders on your skin. Things you did'nt know you could do with sperm
When we hear the word sperm we ofen associate it with having sex or the man ejaculating it or spiiting and swallowing or making babies, there are so many other ways it can be used beyond what goes on in the bedroom. Actually, there are a ton of sperm uses- for your health, mind and well-being, and even your cooking- that you probably never thought were possible. While it's up to you how ( and if) you enjoy sperm, there are a lot of people out there testing out what these little tadpole -shaped guys are capable of, and it's pretty freaking mind blowing.
in many ways a guy can spruce up his sperm( so to speak) from frequent exercise ( he'll create more), eating certain foods( eat fruits versus asparagus, for instance, and their partner will probably be more likely to want o swallow), to enjoying more nuts. Nuts make nuts healthier, it seems.
SPERM PREVENTS TOOTH DECAY
Sperm doesn't contain just sperm but it contains vitamins like zinc and calcium, and it may help prevent tooth decay. Of corse it's probably a good idea to continue using tooth paste..
SPERM PREVENTS WRINKLES
Sperm facial is actually incredibly good for your skin. Spermine foiund in sperm can do wonders from soften skin to help prevent wrinkles. in fact, there's spas, like Graceful services in New york, where you can get a Spermine facial right now if you are so inclined.
IT CAN BE USED AS INVISIBLE INK
Secret agent sperm man ! or something. But during World war I, the British Secret Intelligence Service ( MI6) discovered Semen could also work as invisible ink. Apparently, their motto was" Every man has his own stylo" clever.
SPERM PREVENTS MORNING SICKNESS
According to a wellknown psychologists at a university by swallowing sperm during pregnancy it cures morning sickness. why? he says the father's semen can build up a tolerance to what's already in the woman's body.
SPERM A MIRACLE DRUG FOR DEPRESSION
Sex may improve your mood, but it may do even more than that a survey conducted in 2011 of 293 women at a new york state university pyschologists discovered that vaginal exposure to semen made women less likely to be depressed.