Have you ever ejaculated and wished that you could just bust an enormous load, and wondered how to increase semen? There are many ways you can reach this goal of "baby-gravy" shooting greatness, but it doesn't come easily. If you have ever pondered about how to increase semen, then you are in the right place.
- Amino Acids. Although amino acids will not increase the amount of actual sperm count when you ejaculate, it will however aid in increasing the amount of "man chowder" that shoots out. Now there are many ways to get your intake of amino acids; a few such ways are by consuming chocolate, nuts, dry cereal, dairy products, meat, oats, and wheat.
- Horny Goat Weed. Horny goat weed is originally a leafy plant that is native to China; so I guess you could say that it is an ancient Chinese Secret. Well sorry China, the secret's out. Horny Goat weed, despite its odd name, works wonders for not only making you pack more of a punch when ejaculating, but it also increases libido, aids in erectile disfunction in some men, and even aids with discomfort of menopause. All in all, this odd named plant from China is your "go-to guy" when it comes to your increasing semen.
- Zinc. Zinc has been found to increase the amount of semen produced; if used with a steady intake of amino acids, the two become a semen producing powerhouse that will prove to make your hose spray like a champ. Be careful though, too much zinc can cause you to have a weakened immune system over time. The average male should only consume 15 mg of zinc per day. There are natural ways to get your zinc intake through much of the same foods that possess amino acids like meat and vegetables.
All in all, there are many different ways to increase semen, but be careful how you go about achieving your goal, there are some ways that could be detrimental to your health or well being if not carried out properly.
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