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semen taste

Women are not turned off when they are asked to touch intimate zones of a man; they are usually put off with something that is asked for after the crossover. Despite the pile of research stating the goodness of semen, women don’t seem to come to terms with taking semen in their mouth, much to the chagrin of their partners. But clinical intervention must be deeply studied to help understand the health benefits. Here are some semen facts which have been proven by science:

  • Natural anti-depressant
  • Alleviates anxiety
  • Improves quality of sleep
  • Increases energy levels
  • Improves concentration
  • Improves memory
  • Improves mental alertness
  • Helps in pregnancy maintenance
  • Enhances female-initiated sexual behavior
  • Reduces pain
  • Contains chemicals such as testosterone, estrogen, prolactin, opiod peptides, oxytocin, serotonin, melatonin, and norepinephrine which are important for overall functioning
  • Semen contains water, sugar, calcium, chlorine, magnesium, nitrogen, vitamins B12 and C, and zinc.
  • The protein content in semen is equal to that of an egg white of a large egg.
  • A tablespoon of semen contains around 25 calories. So don’t worry about putting on weight by swallowing it.
  • It has been found through research that oral stimulation of man’s penis makes pregnancies safer. Women who practice oral sex before impregnation are at lesser risk of blood pressure during pregnancy than those who don’t. The reason is that regular exposure to semen before pregnancy helps a woman’s immune system to get used to her partner’s sperm.

Despite these facts being written and known across the world, women hesitate to take it in their mouth for the kinds of semen taste they have experienced. There are ways to better its taste with dietary changes and using natural supplements such as Sweet Release Hard Apple which comes with fruit blends only.