A personal trainer in England says she believes semen boosts the immune system -- so she's been drinking sperm smoothies to protect herself from the coronavirus.
Buckinghamshire resident Tracy Kiss, 32, says she started putting her boyfriend's sperm in her smoothies three years ago and has been in perfect health ever since. Since the coronavirus pandemic emerged, she's upped her intake of her beau's man seed, she notes. "It isn’t much different than a mother breastfeeding her newborn to give them the nutrients they need," Kiss says. "It isn’t for everyone, but it is packed full of vitamins and I haven’t had a cold or flu ever since drinking it in 2017." She also puts sperm on her face "to clear up my skin," Kiss adds.
Although the mother of two says it's best to consume semen "as close to production as possible to get the most nutrients and benefits," she often freezes it in ice cube trays because she's in a long-distance relationship. It should be noted there's no scientific evidence to support Kiss' claim.