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Italian scientists found that the juice of watermelon acts as "natural viagra" which helps to increase the libido in men who have mild to moderate erectile dysfunction.
The watermelon has large amount of vitamin C and is composed of 92% water.
It contains only 71 calories per serving and is the perfect food for people who want tolose weight and to those who struggle with impotence.
Let's see how to prepare natural viagra with 3 easily available ingredients.
* 1/4 fresh watermelon
* 1 fresh lemon
* 1 fresh pomegranate
Put all ingredients into blender and mix them well. Pour the mixture into a bottle and store it in the refrigerator.
Drink 1/3 cup of the juice in the mornings on an empty stomach and do the same before dinner.
This mixture is rich with natural ingredients that will improve your blood flow to the intimate part and will improve your performance.
This homemade viagra can be used by everyone, of any age and gender.
An easy addition to this would be to add an amino acid called L-citrulline which is the formal name for watermelon.and if you can stomach it use the white part of the watermelon as well. Any time you have a natural version of something to use with supplements the body will better utilize the supplement.. Much harder to find the yellow watermelon has a much greater amount of the needed substance you are desiring for the best effect. Amino acids are a normal part of your body chemistry so there is no negative side effects of using them.
All I can read is: "BUY watermelon"... I keep reading and watching videos about the great value of COFFEE as an anti-oxidant. PLEASE coffee is bad as hell for your entire body and soul. Someone is selling coffee... A LOT OF IT!
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