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This Health Blogger Has Been Drinking Sperm Smoothies Because She Thinks They Boost Immunity. WTF Is Going On?

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It’s not like there aren’t enough bizarre things in the world but bring a novel disease into the picture and everyone seems to be in the weirdest advice ever contest. Of course, if you go a little desi, then you will find gaumutra and gobar  on top of the list of immunity boosters. If you decide to go orthodox, you will find that women wearing longer hemlines can beat almost any disaster in the world. My favourite though is Belarus president’s claim that vodka and saunas can help fight against coronavirus. If that were true, I’d be the happiest. Trump too joined the bandwagon of delusional COVID-19 antidotes and touted sunlight and bleach as the two magic potions. Wow, it’s a coronavirus, not a vampire but who is going to tell him that?

And then, if after all that, you want to dive straight off into the scarring zone, then this self-proclaimed health blogger, Tracy Kiss from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire has the right one for you. She believes that consuming semen can help develop immunity against COVID-19. Luckily, she has a boyfriend and she takes his product five days a week. Poor guy gets two days off.

Tracy either takes it directly – which unfortunately is too graphic for us to know – or she collects it and makes smoothies out of it, reports The Sun. And you thought it couldn’t get worse. Now that smoothies are ruined for us and our appetite temporarily disabled, let’s take you through how she endorses that ingestion of semen as an immunity booster.

“The purity of it is just wonderful. People are stocking up on pasta, but really it’s about looking at your health and looking at what goes in your body,” said Tracy Kiss. Oh, come on! You already ruined smoothies for us, let pasta be! She further added, “It’s nature’s multivitamin, and it’s there, it’s natural, it’s free. It’s everything you need in one daily dose. It’s a really normal part of my life, it contains a lot of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.”

Well, if for a fraction of a second, you experience common sense leaving your body, bring it back. It’s a bizarre and false health tip, and one that’s disgusting. Dr. Sarah Jarvis told The Sun, “The idea of drinking semen doesn’t have the slightest nugget of science behind it and is frankly extremely worrying. There is absolutely no benefit to drinking semen from one known ‘donor’ even when you know everything about their sexual history.”

She further warned against STIs, “But if you are taking in semen from more than one person, you would run the risk of sexually transmitted infections as well. There are clear ways you can protect yourself. Please don’t listen to any other nonsense.”

Science? There’s not an iota of science or rational thinking in these nuskas that people around the world have been coming up with. And honestly, I’d definitely want some of that confidence. How do they have the courage to speak something that I wouldn’t even dare say in an empty room or in my head? I should be able to scream random things, confidently. Like hey, it’s Friday or I am running for President!

Tracy tops the cake with some cherries of her delusion and claims that ever since she has started consuming semen, her skin has improved. She apparently freezes the semen in an ice tray for later use. If I were her friend, I would never ask for ice. She also says that semen helps her feel energetic and sleep better.

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Tracy believes that her method is legit and people are just too awkward to try it. “People cannot detach that actually it’s very good for you. We don’t have to be embarrassed about natural remedies, because it’s that embarrassment that puts us off from trying. There were times when my family didn’t want to give me a kiss on the cheek. Now they say that natural is such a good choice to make,” she said. I guess spit or swallow isn’t really a question for Tracy.

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