Ah milk. The Dairy Council spends billions of dollars each year promoting the benefits of this cold, white drink. But have you ever wondered about the benefits of man milk? As crazy as it sounds, semen has a multitude of benefits stemming from the minerals and nutrients it contains, and those seminal benefits can be passed directly on to you.
Swallowing Your Partner’s Ejaculate
9 Proven Benefits of Semen that will Blow your Mind
In my clinical practice, I'm always looking for ways to help women reduce their aversions to certain sexual acts or bodily fluids — like swallowing semen, for example. Unfortunately, for many of the women I treat, the flames of passion are all too often extinguished. But based on my knowledge of evolutionary sexology, I've come up with a useful clinical intervention — and I see it working every day! It's based on the theory that seminal plasma the fluid that provides nutrients and protection for sperm, consisting of a complex range of organic and inorganic constituents may have many health benefits. The Truth. The alleged health benefits of seminal plasma are believed to be activated when a man deposits semen into a woman's vagina.
6 Surprising But Fascinating Health Benefits of Semen
Sperm — about 1 to 5 percent of the semen — are the tadpole-like reproductive cells that contain half of the genetic information to create human offspring. The seminal plasma fluid, which is about 80 percent water , makes up the rest. For the most part, yes, the components that make up semen are safe to ingest. This is also known as human seminal plasma hypersensitivity HSP. Though rare, this sensitivity is something to be aware of in case you find yourself experiencing an allergic reaction.
But it turns out the health boosts of consuming semen go far beyond that. I know sex in general can put a smile back on my face, but I never thought it had anything to do with semen. According to a study conducted on female college students at the State University of New York in Albany, exposure to semen can lower symptoms of depression. The study compared female students who were having sex with condoms versus those who were having sex without, and found that the latter group overall showed fewer signs of depression.