Benefits of swallowing semen from a healthy man more than twice a week include:

Increase Life Expectancy
Decreased effects of aging,
Extended life expectancy,

Fights Cancer
50% reduction breast cancer risk,
Reduction in the risk of other cancers,
Help in fighting any existing cancer,

Makes You Happy
Mood enhancement,
Depression reduction,
Resistance to suicidal thoughts,
Deeper pair bonding,
Improved positive outlook,
Better sleep,
Elimination of PMS,
Increased enjoyment of sex,

Clear Up Acne
Clearer skin,
Relief from acne,

Reduce Obesity
Metabolizing excess fat,
Reducing obesity,
Controlling appetite,
Curing diabetes,

Improve Pregnancy
Prepares woman before pregnancy,
Promotes a safer pregnancy,
Overcomes challenges from male infertility,
Eases morning sickness,

Semen is Good For You
Fighting off disease,
Overcome infections,
Whitening teeth,
Growing healthier hair,
Sharpened concentration,
Donating men prevent prostate cancer,
Fuels your body's natural health processes.

Semen Therapy areas of study:
increasing vaginal wetness,
improving pleasurable nipple response,
strengthening bones,
preventing osteoporosis,
lowering cholesterol,
female athletes performance enhancement,
increasing energy,
muscle mass building,
donating helps men phychologically,
correcting erectile dysfunction,
improving deteriorating eyesight,
reversing hair loss,
promoting regularity over constipation or diarrhea,
assisting in quitting smoking,
lightening dark circles under eyes,
fighting ulcers,
as a topical skin cream for;
age spots,
calming itchiness of insect bites,
and as an anti-fungal

You can arrange semen therapy exchange with a like-minded person.

"Semen" means: Human Seminal Plasma (HSP) It is the liquid that is ejaculated (flows, squirts) out of a man penis as he has a sexual orgasm.
Other terms: sperm (sperm is actually in semen), ejaculate, cum, load, spoo, squirt, jizm, chrism, jiz, spunk, baby batter, protein drink, ball milk, elixir of life, new wine, ambrosia, gift of life

Scientist use these terms in research papers when proving Semen Therapy benefits:

"Nutrient uptake from spermatophore consumption"
"nuptial gift"
"nuptial gift spermatophore ingestion"
"Spermatophore consumption"
"ejaculate and sperm consumption"
"spermatophore feeding"
"Ejaculate feeding"
"nuptial feeding"
"Seminal fluid-mediated fitness traits"
"ingested spermatophores"
"male paternal investment"

Semen Content

Ascorbic acid (vitamin C, for tissue maintenance)
Ammonia (natural disinfectant)
Ash (neutral base)
Blood-group antigens (from immune system)
Calcium (mineral for teeth, bone, muscle and nerve health)
Carbon Dioxide (natural gas we exhale)
Chlorine (oxidizing agent)
Cholesterol (steroid alcohol present in body fluids)
Chlorine (base, part of the vitamin B complex)
Citric acid (prevents blood clots)
Copper (natural metal in blood)
Creatine (increases energy, formation of muscle and burns fat)
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
Ergothioneine (protects skin from DNA damage)
Fructose (sugar used for energy and preventing diabetes)
Glutathione (peptide amino acid prevents cancer and improves success of chemotherapy)
Glycerylphorylcholine (enzyme)
Glycoproteins (cancer fighting agent)
Hyaluronidase (enzyme)
Inorganic material (neutral molecules)
Inositol (prevents hair loss)
Lactic acid (material repairs burns and wounds)
Lipids (Functions as a fat burner)
Magnesium (mineral)
Nitrogen (gas found in all living tissue)
Phosphorus (mineral)
Phosphorylcholine (mineral)
Prostaglandins (good for pregnancy)
Potassium (mineral)
Purine (compound of uric acid)
Pyrimidine (organic base)
Pyruvic acid (fetilizing agent)
Selenium (cancer fighting agent)
Sodium (salt)
Sorbitol (body alcohol promotes bowel regularity)
Spermidine (catalytic enzyme)
Spermine (ammonia compound found in sperm)
Sulfur (mineral helps in smoothing skin)
TGFbeta (Transforming Growth Factor beta fights cancer and obesity)
Urea (skin treatments: psoriasis, xerosis, onychomycosis, ichthyosis, eczema, keratosis, keratoderma, corns, calluses and medical basis of urine therapy)
Uric acid (over half the antioxidant capacity of blood plasma comes from uric acid and helps prevent diabetes)
Vitamin B12 (for proper function of nervous system and metabolism, builds stamina)
Zinc (mineral fights acne)
Zinc Alpha 2 Glycoprotein (ZAG)(enzyme fights diabetes, obesity and acne)

You can arrange Semen Therapy exchange with a like-minded person.

Semen Composition (In mg/100 ml of dried semen)
Ammonia 2 ml/100 ml
Ascoric Acid 12.8
Ash 9.9%
Calcium 25
Carbon Dioxide 54
Chloride 155
Cholesterol 80
Citric acid 376
Creatine 20
Ergothioneine trace
Fructose 224
Glutathione 30
Glycerylphorylcholine 54-90
Inositol 50.57
Lactic Acid 35
Magnesium 14
Nitrogen 913
Phosphorus 57
Inorganic matter 11
Lipids 6
Total (lipid) 112
Phosphorylcholine 250-380
Potassium 89
Pyruvic Acid 29
Sodium 281
Sorbitol 10
Vitamin B 12 300-600 ppg
Sulfur 3% (of ash)
Urea 72
Uric acid 6
Zinc 14
Copper 006 to .024

Average Semen Test Results
Volume (ml) > or = 2
pH 7.2-8.0
Sperm concentration (M/ml) > or = 20
Total sperm count (M/ejaculate) > or = 40
Morphology (% normal) > or = 30
Vitality (% live) > or = 75
WBC (M/ml) < 1.0
Immunobead test (%sperm with beads) < or=10 <20
MAR test (%sperm with RBCs) <10
Calorie equivalent in ejaculate 9 calories
Motility Within 1h of ejaculation class a (%) > or = 25
classes a and b (%) > or = 50
Neutral alpha-glucosidase (mU/ejaculate) > or = 20
Total zinc (µmol/ejaculate) > or = 2.4
Total citric acid (µmol/ejaculate) > or = 52
Total acid phosphates (U/ejaculate) > or = 200
Total Fructose (µmol/ejaculate) > or = 13

Qualified SRN working in GU medicine Yahoo Answers Stephen3057

Semen Therapy Donors should be eating walnuts!
University of California, Los Angeles.
The study, which was attended by 117 men aged 21 to 35 years, were published in the journal Biology of Reproduction.

Semen Therapy
Swallowing the semen of a healthy man more than twice a week.

SemenTherapy.com has been the portal to scientific research into the health benefits of swallowing semen for more than twenty years.
The purpose is to collect references to scientific studies of the health benefits to women of swallowing semen from healthy men every week.

There is no doubt of benefits such as:
increased longevity
reduction of risk of cancer (by 50% for breast cancer)
reduction of cases of miscarriage (and even death of the mother) due to pre-eclampsia
anti-aging properties
acne control
easing of depression
mood enhancement
reducing effects of PMS
mitigating morning sickness
suppressing appetite
increasing bonding in relationships

Also research into large frequency swallowing loads of semen (with every meal) as a trigger of cachexia causing mass weight loss in obese woman and it's possible use as a treatment (cure?) for diabetes.

Because of the courage of qualified medical research teams, Semen Therapy promises to ease the suffering of millions.

For women who swallow the semen of a healthy man more than twice a week the benefits are:

Live Longer
Proteins and Nutrients that build you up inside and out.
Fight cancer
Conqure cancer with prevention, treatment and recovery.
Melt Your Fat
Your own body's process to liquefy excess fat.
Fight Infection and Disease
Medicinal anti-septic, anti-biotic and anti-microbial all fight infection and disease.
Clear Up Acne
Clear up acne, rossetta and age lines with semen facials.
Pregnancy Preparedness
Prepare for pregnancy and a healthy baby.
Feel Better
Mood Enhancer (semen ecstasy) lighten your outlook, feel loving or even fight depression.
Relationship improvements in his dedication, respect and love.

Live Longer and Stronger

Kiki Sanford explores how polyamines found in semen could be related to a long and healthy life

Spermidine given to mice as a dietary supplement increased their lifespans and seemed to benefit their cardiovascular systems

"...cellular activity increases, and mortality decreases. In fact, made three interesting conclusions: first, spermidine given to mice as a dietary supplement increased their lifespans and seemed to benefit their cardiovascular systems; second, in rats bred for hypertension, spermidine improved their blood pressure; and, third, humans who reported eating diets rich in spermidine-containing foods, like mushrooms, soybeans, and cheddar cheese, were more likely to have lower blood pressure and risk of cardiovascular disease.

How these potentially anti-aging results are achieved is also still in question, but in addition to oxidation defense and upregulation of cell metabolism, .

"...Human studies in this area are still significantly lacking. And there is a major outstanding question about the involvement of polyamines in cancer; it's really not understood if polyamines can induce cancer or simply are a part of maintaining cancer cell proliferation. However, the data is intriguing for the use of spermidine especially as an anti-aging drug"

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Quoted: Induction of autophagy by spermidine promotes longevity

"Here, we report that administration of spermidine, a natural polyamine whose intracellular concentration declines during human ageing, markedly extended the lifespan of yeast, flies and worms, and human immune cells. "

"... In addition, spermidine administration potently inhibited oxidative stress in ageing mice."

"... we found that enhanced autophagy is crucial for polyamine-induced suppression of necrosis and enhanced longevity."

and: Cardioprotection and lifespan extension by the natural polyamine spermidine

spermidine feeding reduced systemic blood pressure, increased titin phosphorylation and prevented cardiac hypertrophy and a decline in diastolic function, thus delaying the progression to heart failure.

In humans, high levels of dietary spermidine, as assessed from food questionnaires, correlated with reduced blood pressure and a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease.

Our results suggest a new and feasible strategy for protection against cardiovascular disease.

Women who swallow semen from a healthy man more than twice a week enjoy great health benefits.

Scientists all agree women benefit from semen, some studies are about how bad condoms are because of keeping healthy semen away from woman.

"Fellatio (sucking his penis) may be just as effective as vaginal insemination."

Semen is wholly consumed when swallowed, compared to vaginally ejaculated semen which leaks out and is wiped away.

Swallowing semen has ‘Anti-Aging' benefits

Gerontology 2014;60:319-326
DOI: 10.1159/000356748
Molecular Basis of the 'Anti-Aging'
Effect of Spermidine and Other
Natural Polyamines - A Mini-Review

Nadège Minois
School of Biology, University of St Andrews, St Andrews , UK

Key Words Spermidine · Polyamines · Longevity · Aging · Autophagy · Inflammation · Metabolism · Cell survival


Spermidine, a naturally occurring polyamine, has recently emerged as exhibiting anti-aging properties. Its supplementation increases lifespan and resistance to stress, and decreases the occurrence of age-related pathology and loss of locomotor ability. Its mechanisms of action are just beginning to be understood.

An up-to-date overview of the so far identified mechanisms of action of spermidine and other polyamines on aging is presented.

Studies of aging and of the molecular effects of polyamines in general and spermidine in particular are used to synthesize our knowledge on what molecular mechanisms spermidine and other polyamines trigger to positively affect aging.

Autophagy is the main mechanism of action of spermidine at the molecular level. However, recent research shows that spermidine can act via other mechanisms, namely inflammation reduction, lipid metabolism and regulation of cell growth, proliferation and death. It is suggested that the main pathway used by spermidine to trigger its effects is the MAPK pathway.

Given that polyamines can interact with many molecules, it is not surprising that they affect aging via several mechanisms. Many of these mechanisms discovered so far have already been linked with aging and by acting on all of these mechanisms, polyamines may be strong regulators of aging.
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"Swallowing Semen" article released by News-Medical.net
Possible Beneficial Effects of Consumption of Semen

...Semen also consists of a variety of proteins that have antimicrobial activity against bacteria, viruses and fungi.

Also present in the semen are mood-enhancing compounds such as cortisol, estrone, oxytocin, thyrotropin-releasing hormone, prolactin, melatonin and serotonin.

For this reason, scientists have begun studying the health benefits of semen intake, both orally and vaginally.

Some of the studies into the effects of swallowing semen are described here.

In a Dutch study of women who engaged in oral sex and swallowed the semen, the researchers found that swallowing semen was associated with a lower risk of preeclampsia. One hypothesis for this is that substances in the semen adapt the mother's immune system so that it accepts foreign proteins present in sperm, as well as in the placenta and fetus. This maintains the blood pressure at a low level and thereby reduces the preeclampsia risk.

Research has also shown that some women are infertile or miscarry due to the presence of antibodies that destroy the proteins or antigens present in their partner's semen.

Having oral sex and swallowing the semen of the partner may help make the pregnancy safer and more successful as the woman is swallowing her partner's antigens.

Work carried out by reproductive expert and psychologist Gordon Gallup from SUNY-Albany suggests that swallowing semen could provide a cure for morning sickness. Gordon hypothesizes that pregnant women vomit as a result of their bodies rejecting genetic material in the sperm as a foreign substance, but that by swallowing and ingesting the sperm of the baby's father, they can build up immunity.

In a study conducted by researchers from the University of Saskatchewan, a protein in semen was found to act on the female brain to induce ovulation and that protein is the same molecule that controls the growth, maintenance and survival of neurons. The findings suggest that semen may work as a signalling hormone that acts via the hypothalamus and pituitary gland of the female brain, which triggers the release of other hormones involved in prompting ovulation.

Some studies have shown that semen extracted from bulls rejuvenates damaged hair. Semen has been found to contain many proteins that may well complement the protein present in hair molecules.

The article then lists all the STDs and STIs under the heading Possible disadvantages of consumption of semen.

News-Medical.net releases their article "Swallowing Semen" "News-Medical reports:

"There have been studies that have shown that semen has an:
antidepressant effect,

anti-cancer effects where the semen is found to prevent and fight breast cancer

and also prevention of pregnancy related high blood pressure condition called preeclampsia."

Semen Health Benefits: It Really Does Have All The Nutrients Of A Protein Shake

How's this for your protein shake: fructose sugar, water, ascorbic acid, citric acid, enzymes, protein, zinc and more. Those are nutrients found in human male ejaculate.

New research found that numerous species consume semen for its health benefits, and human seed might as well be viable as a superfood, Discovery News reports.

Female squid, for example, consume excess sperm as if it were food. So do carrion flies, certain types of leeches, picture wing flies and other creatures.

For the first time, scientists have started tracking how these species utilize the nutrients in sperm. The study was published in the journal Biology Letters by lead author Benjamin Wegener, a researcher at Monash University in Australia.

That doesn't necessarily mean humans should start feasting during foreplay, but if we did, there are plenty of resources out there to make the experience more enjoyable.

There's "Semenology," a book dedicated for the bartender in your life who also happens to enjoy concocting semen cocktails. "Natural Harvest," on the other hand, is a collection of semen-based recipes (and is actually getting good reviews). Heck, Heather Locklear says it has anti-aging benefits.

Based on article By Jennifer Viegas, Discovery News

Wegener said that ejaculate consumption is well-documented among numerous species. Humans are included in that group...

According to Columbia Health, human male ejaculate contains fructose sugar, water, ascorbic acid (a.k.a. Vitamin C), citric acid, enzymes, protein, zinc and more. It reads like the list of ingredients for a protein-infused sports drink.

He agrees that the behavior can put pressure on the males, which have to balance providing enough sperm for fertilization, but perhaps not so much that females start to rely upon it as a regular "tempting meal."

Quoting Benjamin Wegener, a researcher at Monash University's School of Biological Sciences

"As the authors point out," Tregenza added, "she might even choose to eat the sperm packets from less attractive males and use the sperm from more attractive ones for fertilizing her eggs."

Quoting Tom Tregenza, a professor of evolutionary ecology at the University of Exeter and director of research for CLES Cornwall

Copyright 2013 Discovery Communications LLC. published by NBC

Based on research by lead author Benjamin Wegener PhD, a researcher at Monash University's School of Biological Sciences
Published by the journal Biology Letters

An individual's gametes (cells of reproduction (ed.)) can represent a nourishing food source for a manipulative mate.

Here, we provide evidence of ejaculate and sperm consumption

we found that female(s)... consumed the spermatophores of their partners and directed the nutrients received into both somatic maintenance (body health (ed.)) and egg production.

Despite ejaculate consumption being well documented in nature (see reviews by 1 - 4) ...

sperm consumption is rare. Where it has been found... females may consume a portion of these ejaculates post-copulation (after intercourse (ed.)).

(see reviews by Vahed [11] and Gwynne [12]).


1. Gershman SN,
Mitchell C,
Sakaluk SK,
Hunt J
. 2012 Biting off more than you can chew: sexual selection on the free amino acid composition of the spermatophylax in decorated crickets. Proc. R. Soc. B 279, 2531-2538. (doi:10.1098/rspb.2011.2592)

2. Wedell N,
Tregenza T,
Simmons LW
. 2008 Nuptial gifts fail to resolve a sexual conflict in an insect. BMC Evol. Biol. 8, 7. (doi:10.1186/1471-2148-8-7)

3. Perry JC
. 2011 Mating stimulates female feeding: testing the implications for the evolution of nuptial gifts. J. Evol. Biol. 24, 1727-1736. (doi:10.1111/j.1420-9101.2011.02299.x)

4. Perry JC,
Rowe L
. 2008 Neither mating rate nor spermatophore feeding influences longevity in a ladybird beetle. Ethology 114, 504-511. (doi:10.1111/j.1439-0310.2008.01499.x)
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11. Vahed K
. 2007 All that glisters is not gold: sensory bias, sexual conflict and nuptial feeding in insects and spiders. Ethology 113, 105-127. (doi:10.1111/j.1439-0310.2006.01312.x)
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12. Gwynne DT
. 2008 Sexual conflict over nuptial gifts in insects. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 53, 83-101. (doi:10.1146/annurev.ento.53.103106.093423)
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Study in Austria: Compound in sperm may increase life span
London, UK -- The secret to a long life may lie in the human sperm now.

In a new study conducted by Graz University scientists in Austria, it has been found that a compound called spermidine, which is found is human sperms, could be the next step in the fight against aging.

This compound helps fight aging by slowing the process itself, and thus increases longevity in flies, mice, yeast, worms, and most importantly human blood cells, by protecting them from getting damaged.

Reversing the damage
Researchers have said that aging takes place when autophagy, that is the process of repairing or recycling the damaged cells of parts of cells, no longer happens properly. This process maintains a balance in the growth and regeneration of cells.

Their claim is strengthened by the fact that with age, the concentration of spermidine reduces in the human body.

The scientists found that adding spermidine led to suppression of various aging processes in the cells. It reduces free radicals and increases the life span of the cells.

The study and its findings
They conducted the study by applying spermidine to aging yeast cells, adding it to the diet of fruit fly and nematode worm, giving mice drinking water with spermidine in it for 200 days, and lastly comparing human blood cells treated with the compound to those which were not treated.

Research on fruit flies indicated an additional life span of 30 percent in the spermidine treated specimen than the untreated specimen.

Worms also showed a similar pattern, with an increase in life span by 15 percent.

Researcher Tony Eisenberg has called the study the "holy grail of age research".

Anti-aging pill still far-fetched
The importance of the research is unquestionable, but the claims by a British newspaper that an anti-aging pill is going to hit the markets is far from true. Even human trials cannot be seen in conceivable future.

It will take many more years of testing, short-term and long-term clinical trials, and animal studies to confirm the safety, the cost, and the side-effects of such a treatment.

Sperm Facts: Semen as an Anti-Aging Treatment?

Cell damage or cell degeneration is a natural process called autophagy, this cellular breakdown leads to ageing. Consumption of unhealthy foods, over exposure to the sun, smoking, drinking and stress speeds up ageing.

But spermidine present in semen has magical anti-ageing properties that help in the repairing and recycling of damaged cells.

It also improves cell growth, fights free radicals, rejuvenates the cells and improves the quality of the cells.

Not Surprisingly, spermidine is associated with sperm, but you may not know that spermidine is present in grapefruit too.

Concentrated portion of spermidine in grapefruit makes it a potent ingredient for anti-ageing.

Semen Therapy Fights Cancer

Semen reduces the risk of breast cancer "not less than 50%" in married women

Study published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health shows that "semen exposure" reduces the risk of breast cancer "not less than 50%"


A case-control study was conducted in order to test the hypothesis that a reduced exposure to human seminal factors in the early reproductive life of women is a risk factor in breast cancer.

The relative risk of exposure to the hypothetical semen-factor deficiency is 4.7 times greater for breast-cancer patients than for the controls.

The risk of developing breast cancer within the same population in the U.S.A. is estimated as

5 times greater for women who use barrier methods (condom and other) than for women who use non-barrier contraceptive methods (diaphragm and other).

The reduction of the incidence of breast cancer by eliminating the barrier contraceptive techniques would be

not less than 50% in married women in the population.

[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

The risk of developing breast cancer is 5 times greater for women deprived of semen
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Department of Research Medicine
A case-control study was conducted in order to test the hypothesis that a reduced exposure to human seminal factors in the early reproductive life of women is a risk factor in breast cancer.
The relative risk of exposure to the hypothetical semen-factor deficiency is 4.7 times greater for breast-cancer patients than for the controls.

When the contraceptive methods alone are taken into account, the relative risk increases up to 5.3.

About 16 percent of the women using barrier methods (condom, and other)

and 3.4 percent of women using non-barrier contraceptive methods (diaphragm, pill, IUDs, rhythm, tubal ligation, and other) would develop breast cancer.

The risk of developing breast cancer within the same population in the U.S. is 5 times greater in women who use barrier methods than in women who use non-barrier contraceptive methods.

The reduction in the incidence of breast cancer by eliminating the barrier contraceptive techniques would be not less than 50 percent in married women in the entire population.

The possibility of preventive measures within an adequate family planning program is emphasized.

The risk of developing breast cancer significantly decreased with a longer duration of direct exposure to human semen.
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology
Detailed analysis... showed that the risk of breast cancer increased with a longer duration of use of barrier methods (withdrawal or condom).

Conversely, the risk significantly decreased with a longer duration of use of... methods allowing a direct exposure to human semen.

Semen contains Selenium and Glycoproteins, powerful cancer fighters
Selenium is effective in inducing lymphocyte progression through cell cycle in cancer patients: potential mechanisms for its activity.

We will review the compounds with anti-tumor potential identified so far in mushrooms, including low-molecular-weight (LMW, e.g. quinones, cerebrosides, isoflavones, catechols, amines, triacylglycerols, sesquiterpenes, steroids, organic germanium and selenium) and high-molecular-weight compounds (HMW, e.g. homo and heteroglucans, glycans, glycoproteins, glycopeptides, proteoglycans, proteins and RNA-protein complexes).

Semen contains Glycoproteins
Semen contains Selenium
Glycoproteins fight cancer
Selenium fights cancer
Glycoproteins fight cancer

Zinc Alpha2 Glycoprotein in semen is also credited with "hindering tumor proliferation, and transport of nephritic by-products." - Zinc alpha 2-glycoprotein: a multidisciplinary protein

TGFbeta cells in semen help by preventing the formation of tumors.
"As for the link to cancer, it's just possible that semen could have some effect on cancer of the cervix or ovaries. There's research showing oral delivery of TGFbeta (transforming growth factor beta), one of the key molecules in semen, can increase the number and activity of "natural killer" cells which are important in recognizing and killing aberrant cells that give rise to tumors.

An Adelaide University researcher, Dr Sarah Robertson, a leading Australian scientist working in the fertility area, is involved in animal research showing TGFbeta activates an inflammatory response in the cervix and ovaries after intercourse, which may lead to increased activity in these killer cells, guarding against cancer.

Donating Semen Therapy keeps men from getting prostate cancer
A Melbourne research team led by Graham Giles, from the Cancer Council Victoria. Giles's team has found men can reduce their risk of prostate cancer through regular ejaculation.

Comparing the sexual habits of a group of 1000 men who had developed prostate cancer with 1250 who had not, they found men who ejaculated more than five times a week were a third less likely to develop prostate cancer later in life. Regular ejaculation may prevent carcinogens accumulating in the prostate gland, suggest the researchers.

For those who have cancer
A study in Journal of Endocrinology cautions that women with cervical cancer or uterine cancer or Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Semen 'aggravates cervical cancer' because tumors in the cervix and womb have prostaglandin receptors on their surfaces BBC news explains "But a cancer expert said the chances of unprotected sex affecting a patient's outcome was "slight"." cancercommentary.com explains "Cervical cancer is usually triggered by long-term exposure to HPV and is not caused by prostaglandins."

Throat or mouth cancer would likewise be aggravated by concentrated semen swallowing.
Anyone with tumors in their mouth or throat should dilute semen in a large drink.

Feel Better

Swallowing Semen Makes You Happy

Ingredients in semen... include mood enhancers like estrone, cortisol, prolactin, oxytocin, and serotonin; a sleep enhancer, melatonin; and of course, sperm, which makes up only 1%-5%.

Female college students having unprotected sex (exposure to semen) were significantly less depressed than were those whose partners used condoms (Arch. Sex. Behav. 2002;31:289-93).

Their better moods were not just a feature of promiscuity, because women using condoms were just as depressed as those practicing total abstinence (no semen).

The benefits of semen contact also were seen in fewer suicide attempts and better performance on cognition tests (IQ tests).

So there's a deeper bond between men and women than St. Valentine would have suspected, and now we know there's a better gift for that day than chocolates.

- The journal Surgery News, February 2011 by editor-in-chief, Greenfield, of the University of Michigan, and president-elect of the American College of Surgeons.

Article - Woman Gynecologist defends Dr. Greenfield, and confirms health benefits of semen

Popular Science agrees! Controversial Ideas: Does Semen Act As an Antidepressant to the Recipient?
Popular Science

Psychology Today: Attention, Ladies: Semen Is An Antidepressant
seminal fluid: mostly water, plus about 50 compounds: sugar (to nourish sperm), immunosuppressants (to keep women's immune systems from destroying sperm), and oddly, two female sex hormones, and many mood-elevating compounds: endorphins, estrone, prolactin, oxytocin, thyrotrpin-releasing hormone, and serotonin.

So it appears quite possible that the antidepressants in semen might have a real mood-elevating effect.
...this effect might come in handy for women over age 50, who are experiencing menopausal blues.

Improve sense of smell, reduce risk of heart disease, aid in weight loss, pain relief and soothing PMS symptoms and even help people live longer.
Then there's a study showing women are less depressed if they have sex without condoms and another showing regular sex helps to avoid colds. While the research method used for the depression study is rather shaky, both studies, Robertson says, are based on legitimate scientific reasoning.

There's also research suggesting regular sex can improve sense of smell, reduce risk of heart disease, aid in weight loss, pain relief and soothing PMS symptoms and even help people live longer.

University of Saskatchewan Team unlocks link between sex, female brain. It's semen.

"An international team of scientists led by Gregg Adams at the University of Saskatchewan has discovered that a protein in semen acts on the female brain to prompt ovulation, and is the same molecule that regulates the growth, maintenance, and survival of nerve cells.

Male mammals have accessory sex glands that contribute seminal fluid to semen, but the role of this fluid and the glands that produce it are not well understood.

"From the results of our research, we now know that these glands produce large amounts of a protein that has a direct effect on the female," says Adams, a professor of veterinary biomedical sciences at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the U of S.

The work, which appears in the August 20, 2012 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), raises intriguing questions about fertility in mammals, including humans.

The team characterized the protein, dubbed ovulation-inducing factor (OIF), that they have found in the semen of all species of mammal they have looked at so far. In the process of discovering its identity, the team compared OIF to thousands of other proteins, including nerve growth factor (NGF) which is found primarily in nerve cells throughout the body.

"To our surprise, it turns out they are the same molecule," Adams says. "Even more surprising is that the effects of NGF in the female were not recognized earlier, since it's so abundant in seminal plasma."a protein in semen was found to act on the female brain to induce ovulation and that protein is the same molecule that controls the growth, maintenance and survival of neurons. The findings suggest that semen may work as a signalling hormone that acts via the hypothalamus and pituitary gland of the female brain, which triggers the release of other hormones involved in prompting ovulation.

Pregnancy Preparation

"Oral sex (with semen swallowing) makes pregnancies safer."

It's true, research by Professor Gus Dekker, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist at the University of Adelaide, shows. Dekker compared 41 pregnant women with pre-eclampsia - a condition where the mother's blood pressure soars during pregnancy - to 44 without.

He found 82 per cent of those without the condition practiced fellatio compared with 44 per cent of those with it. The explanation? Semen contains a growth factor which helps persuade a mother's immune system to accept sperm. Regular exposure before pregnancy helps her immune system get used to her partner's sperm.

Wikipedia: Pre-eclampsia, Treatment and prevention, Fellatio (with semen swallowing)

It has been suggested that fellatio may, through "immune modulation", BBC News [35] have a beneficial role in preventing dangerous complications during pregnancy, reducing specifically the risk of miscarriage and pre-eclampsia. Specifically, several research groups (Koelman, CA; et al. (2000). "Correlation between oral sex and a low incidence of pre-eclampsia: A role for soluble HLA in seminal fluid?". Journal of Reproductive Immunology 46 (2): 155-166. DOI:10.1016/S0165-0378(99)00062-5. PMID 10706945.)[36]
have reported that pre-eclampsia, a life threatening complication that sometimes arises in pregnancy, is much less frequent in couples who have practiced oral sex, and even more rare in couples where fellatio regularly ended with a woman's swallowing of her partner's semen.

The results were statistically significant and are consistent with the fact that semen contains several agents that have important roles in the prevention of pre-eclampsia, which may arise out of an immunological condition.[35][37][38]
According to that view, pre-eclampsia is caused by a failure of the mother to accept the fetus and placenta, which both contain "foreign" proteins from the father's genes.

Regular exposure to the father's semen helps cause immunological tolerance to their proteins. Other studies also found that, while any exposure to the partner's sperm during sex appears to decrease the chances of various disorders, women in couples who have practiced "sex acts other than intercourse" are less than half as likely to suffer pre-eclampsia.

Pregnant women who continue getting semen from the baby's father have less morning sickness
To understand where he's coming from, we need to think back to the maternal immune system's response to the fetus. Because half of the DNA the fetus is carrying comes from the father, the mother's body may initially treat the organism as foreign tissue or an infection.

This response, Gallup says, triggers an immune reaction that is commonly experienced as nausea, vomiting, and malaise (aka morning sickness). The best cure for this type of sickness, says Gallup, is, strangely enough, the same thing as its cause.

The more exposure a woman has to her partner's semen -- that is to say, the more often she's inseminated prior to conception and during the early stages of the pregnancy -- the more tolerance her body develops to his genetic material. This tolerance generalizes to a tolerance for the fetus and leads to successful maternal immunosuppression -- and subsequently allows her to feel less like an infected zombie with serious stomach troubles.

Here is where Gallup's reputation as an innovative -- if often highly speculative -- evolutionary theorist comes into the picture. Gallup surmises that pregnancy sickness is not itself an adaptation, but instead a side effect of a broader maternal adaptation for favoring the best possible mates. He suggests that this broader adaptation serves primarily to facilitate reproduction with males that are likely to support mother and child (in evolutionary terms, to invest in the offspring), while weeding out the players.     In previous work, Gallup has shown that women are more likely to develop preeclampsia -- and thus have a higher infant mortality risk -- in pregnancies resulting from unfamiliar semen. Historically, these would have included rape and "dishonest mating strategies" (tactics in which the man lies to the woman about his long-term intentions just to get into her pants) as well as unplanned conception occurring in a new, still-fragile relationship.     From the point of view of Mother Nature's cold, cold heart, spontaneous abortions due to a reaction against unfamiliar semen might have been biologically adaptive. This is because conception and childbirth historically meant that a woman foreclosed on any other reproductive opportunities for 2 to 4 years, so pregnancies in which paternal investment was improbable would have meant an enormous gamble.     Today, however, technological innovations such as barrier contraceptives (condoms reduce a woman's exposure to semen that would otherwise become familiar) and artificial insemination mimic some ancestral conditions. The maternal immune system has no way to distinguish between, say, conception by in vitro fertilization and rape.

Still, while it may very well work wonders in curtailing nausea and vomiting in your next pregnancy, it's probably too early to suggest imbibing copious amounts of your partner's semen, either vaginally or orally (there is some evidence, believe it or not, that fellatio may be just as effective as vaginal insemination for priming the woman's body with the man's protein, activating maternal immunosuppression in preparation for a child.) Your partner might think it's worth a shot, though.

... fellatio may be just as effective as vaginal insemination for priming the woman's body with the man's protein, activating maternal immunosuppression in preparation for a child.

Data from heterosexual couples, at least, indicate that women who have a history of regularly performing fellatio on males with whom they later conceive are less likely to experience histocompatibility problems during pregnancy.

They're developing an early tolerance for a conceptus that will possess, of course, half that man's foreign genome.

...evolutionary psychologist Gordon Gallup has recently speculated that this "seminal priming" also reduces the chances of morning sickness.

For those mothers-to-be, such as lesbians, who'd prefer not to imbibe semen straight from the tap for priming purposes, sublingual sprays that are concatenations of various immune factors mixed with the donor male's protein have been in development for years.
- Jesse Bering

Morning Sickness

Sex is what gave you morning sickness, and it can also be what alleviates it. Gordon Gallup, a SUNY-Albany psychologist, believes in the "hair of the dog" concept when it comes to curing morning sickness — ingesting semen, specifically the impregnator's semen, so the woman's body can build up a tolerance to what's already in her body.

Gallup, who presented his findings at the 2012 Northeastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, proposed the woman's body initially rejects the father's semen as an infection and reacts to it by vomiting, the NY Daily News reported.

However, the woman will become immune to the semen by swallowing it and could ebb morning sickness in subsequent pregnancies if the second child has the same father as the first.

This remedy proposes oral sex may treat one of the most troubling symptoms of pregnancy.

Donating Semen Therapy to a woman to swallow four (4) hours before intercourse increases the quality of sperm.
Women who are trying to get pregnant should swallow an ejaculation first, then four (4) hours later receive the improved sperm by intercourse.

The couple should have intercourse again four (4) hours later, if the man can be enticed to perform it.

In general, total motile spermatozoa as well as actively motile spermatozoa progressively increased from first to last ejaculate at the cost of sluggish spermatozoa. A significant increase in seminal plasma calcium and magnesium was seen as well as a significant increase in magnesium inside the cell from the first to the fourth ejaculate.

Clear up Acne

Zinc from Semen Therapy (Zinc Alpha 2 Glycoprotein - ZAG) Clears Up Acne

A study about ZAG and shedding of skin cells: Another enzyme that we have shown to participate in desquamation of normal skin is ZAG (38) . We had previously shown that ZAG expresses enzymatic activity (44) and that it plays a role in stratum corneum cohesion (45) . ZAG also has ribonuclease activity (46) and it participates in the destruction of nuclei in terminally differentiating keratinocytes (47)

desquamation = shedding of skin cells. keratinocyte = most common type of skin cell.

Also has a role in melanin production and skin cancer:

Sperm contains an enzyme called Zinc-alpha2-glycoprotein, which is also the enzyme in the skin responsible for allowing skin cells to shed properly. It is already known that acne sufferers are a bit deficient in this specific enzyme, which is the cause of there being an excess of dead skin cells for those with acne. The dead skin cells then build up, get all glued together with oil, and block your pores.
source go all the way down to the bottom on the reference to sperm and this enzyme

" Sure, other vitamins and minerals help. But zinc does the heavy lifting. It's linked to your fertility, potency, sex drive and long-term sexual health. The mineral is critical to sperm production, and low zinc stores have been blamed for decreases in semen volume and testosterone levels, explains Sara Brewer, M.D., author of Better Sex. "Each ejaculation can expend up to 5 milligrams of zinc, or one-third of your daily allowance," Dr. Brewer says. Luckily, zinc is easy to come by. Four ounces of lean beef provide half the daily requirement, and a single oyster gives you the whole shebang. Turkey, cereals and beans are other good sources.

Semen has anti-microbial (antibacterial) properties; Altruins


Medicine University Of California Los Angeles
office Of Research Administration

Los Angeles, Ca 90095
Grant 5R01AI046015-03 from National Institute Of Allergy And Infectious Diseases IRG: REB

Abstract: Long term objectives. To discover the endogenous antimicrobial effector molecules of humans, and to define their structures and mechanisms of action. This proposal deals with antimicrobial peptides of the male genital tract, an area where remarkably little information currently exists. Hypotheses. Normal human semen contains proteins with latent antimicrobial domains that are activated by serine and aspartyl proteases found in normal semen. The resulting peptides ("altruins") can protect the female from infection by bacteria introduced into the vagina during intercourse.

Men deplete their Zinc reserves when they ejaculate. Therefore men must consume food with raw Zinc to make more Zinc Alpha 2 Glycoprotein.

Melt Fat

Obesity; Semen contains alpha 2 glycoprotein (ZAG) Could this be the cure to obesity?

UK Dailymail: British researchers are trying to develop a pill which could be used to treat obesity without the slimmer having to cut down on what they eat, it was announced.

The team at Aston University in Birmingham are looking at the role of a protein, called zinc alpha 2 glycoprotein (ZAG), which appears to promote weight loss without an obese person having to reduce their food intake.

This happens because the protein targets fat breakdown while not affecting muscle mass. Professor Mike Tisdale said their long-term plan was to try to turn ZAG into a treatment, such as a tablet, to treat obesity.

ZAG, a soluble protein, is present in most body fluids and in most normal tissues of the body. But the protein is also involved in a process called cachexia - the weight loss that happens in some cancer patients.

During cachexia, ZAG production is increased 10-fold, causing the movement of fat from adipose tissue which is used to produce heat rather than energy.

This can lead to cancer patients losing 85 per cent of their body fat. This fat mobilisation is normally linked to energy demand, so anything which disrupts this process will lead to progressive fat loss.

The process has been extensively examined by Prof Tisdale, leading him to use the protein to target obesity.

ZAG also has potential to be used to treat diabetes because it also lowers blood sugar levels.

"We are a little way off a clinical trial now and our long-term plan is to develop a suitable delivery method, perhaps a tablet, that will enable us to turn ZAG protein into a commercial treatment for obesity," Professor Tisdale said.

Semen Curbs Appetite
I do believe that it curbs your hunger as I found it out quite by accident. My boyfriend of 6 years and I were making love one morning and he wanted to finish in my mouth so I said sure and I swallowed it. Once we were done I got up took shower and got ready for work, I had to be there for 8a. I was running late and hadn't had time for breakfast I didn't realize I wasn't hungry until around 10a and then I sat there completely puzzled because I couldn't understand why as I hadn't had my Red Bull or Monster or Starbucks which normally curbs my appetite in the morning, I hadn't even drank any water until I remembered he only thing I had swallowed that morning was his cum. I was hungry till almost noon when I normally had lunch. I thought it was a fluke so I tried 2 more times just to be sure ( you can imagine my boyfriend was only too happy to help me conduct my experiment) so it actually does work, but I don't recommend swallowing cum on a consistent basis or running around giving every guy you meet a blow job as part of your weight loss program either. But it does work

Overweight woman, previously the Heaviest Woman In The World, losing hundreds of pounds through sex

Lesbians at higher risk for obesity: study
The Toronto Star

WASHINGTON - Lesbians are twice as likely as heterosexual women to be overweight or obese, which puts them at greater risk for obesity-related health problems and death, U.S. researchers said.

The report, published in the American Journal of Public Health, is one of the first large studies to look at obesity among lesbians.

Ulrike Boehmer of the Boston University School of Public Health and colleagues looked at a 2002 national survey of almost 6,000 women, and found that lesbians were 2.69 times more likely to be overweight and 2.47 times more likely to be obese.

"Lesbians have more than twice the odds of (being) overweight," the authors wrote. This would put them at a higher risk for diabetes and heart disease, among other ailments.

"Our findings indicate that lesbian sexual identity is linked to a greater prevalence of overweight and obesity," the authors wrote in the study, released this week.

They reviewed smaller studies that have suggested a higher prevalence of obesity among lesbians and the possible reasons why.

"The results of these studies indicate that lesbian women have a better body image than do heterosexual women," they wrote.

But the authors said they placed little confidence in the idea that lesbians were more muscular than straight women, and thus were more likely to have a high body mass index, or BMI, while having little body fat.

High muscle mass is "unlikely to lead to classification as obese," the researchers said.

"We reported greater odds of both overweight and obesity in lesbians and we feel confident in asserting that these differences are a result of increased adiposity," the researchers wrote.

Lesbians as a group would have significantly less exposure to semen than the average woman.

Semen Swallowing in Large Frequency Triggers Cachexia and Huge Weight Loss in Obese Women
Women swallowing an entire ejaculation from a healthy man for each meal are amazed at massive weight loss.
But what is causing it?
Cachexia is usually associated with disease and "wasting," so how is this same process of the human body melting the excess fat of obese women leaving their muscle-mass intact and them healthier than before?
Is it the Zinc Alpha2 Glycoprotein (ZAG) in semen?
rs4215 SNP in zinc-α2-glycoprotein gene is associated with obesity in Chinese north Han population
Lipid mobilization in cachexia: mechanisms and mediators.
Enhanced ZAG production by subcutaneous adipose tissue is linked to weight loss
EFatty acid synthase and hormone-sensitive lipase expression in liver are involved in zinc-alpha2-glycoprotein-induced body fat loss
Studies on the anti-obesity activity of zinc-α2-glycoprotein
Studies on the antiobesity effect of zinc-α2-glycoprotein
Zinc-α2-glycoprotein: an adipokine modulator of body fat mass
Zinc-alpha2-glycoprotein is involved in regulation of body weight through inhibition of lipogenic enzymes in adipose tissue.
The adipokine zinc-alpha2-glycoprotein (ZAG) is downregulated with fat mass expansion in obesity.
ZAG, a lipid mobilizing adipokine, is downregulated in human obesity

Or is it the TGFbeta (Cytokine or BMP7)?
Important Cause of Cachexia Discovered; Cytokine May Treat Obesity, Too
Elevated levels of a cytokine triggered cachexia - Centre for Immunology, St. Vincent's Hospital and University of New South Wales, Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia.

Tumor-induced anorexia and weight loss are mediated by the TGF-beta superfamily cytokine MIC-1 - PubMed.gov
(TGFbeta) Bone Morphogenetic Protein 7 (BMP7) reverses obesity and regulates appetite through a central mTOR pathway.
The transforming growth factor-beta/bone morphogenetic protein signalling pathway in adipogenesis.
Association of myostatin gene polymorphisms with obesity in Chinese north Han human subjects.
Bone morphogenetic protein 7: a broad-spectrum growth factor with multiple target therapeutic potency.
Protection from obesity and diabetes by blockade of TGF-β/Smad3 signaling
The roles of transforming growth factor-β and Smad3 signaling in adipocyte differentiation and obesity.
Emerging roles for the transforming growth factor-{beta} superfamily in regulating adiposity and energy expenditure.


Semen Allergy

A very rare condition (0.1% pop) causes women's skin to react when exposed to semen.
This condition clears up with successive exposure.
If discomfort is reported, exposure to small amounts or diluted semen should occur frequently until tolerance is achieved.

"Women allergic to their partner's semen can be cured by treatments requiring frequent sex, a New York allergist says.
But don't try it without a doctor's help. Without proper desensitization, sex can be deadly for some women allergic to semen.
Such women may suffer genital itching, burning, and swelling. In severe cases, they may break out in hives or even have trouble breathing."

Semen allergy is a rare but often-misdiagnosed condition that can masquerade as a common yeast or herpes infection. Not surprisingly, the associated pain, redness, burning and swelling can wreak havoc on some relationships

Allergy to human seminal plasma (HSP) is rare.
It presents with a variety of symptoms, ranging from localized changes to generalized reactions or even anaphylactic shock.
Symptoms typically start within minutes to one hour after exposure.
Diagnosis is based on history, evidence of specific IgE antibodies and skin prick testing (SPT).

A 25-year-old Caucasian woman presented with eyelid swelling, generalized urticaria and dyspnea immediately after unprotected coitus with her partner.
No symptoms occurred when barrier contraception was used.

SPTand IgE testing (ImmunoCAP) demonstrated sensitization to HSP and dog dander.

The patient's self-designed desensitization protocol, consisting of H1 blocker premedication
followed by unprotected sexual intercourse,
ameliorated her systemic reactions gradually and reduced the frequency of emergency hospital visits.

She had a known allergy to male but not female dogs, and was highly sensitized to dog allergen Can f 5, a protein homologous to human prostate-specific antigen (PSA), suggesting a possible link to her HSP allergy.

Seminal plasma hypersensitivity reactions: an updated review.

Dr. Debby

Debby mentioned the possible laxative effect of prostaglandins in semen, and the fact that some people may be more sensitive to these compounds than others.
... that sounds like a very real possibility

I'm afraid the only way for you to crack this nut is to, —gulp—, keep swallowing and see if your condition improves as your body becomes habituated to one man's fluids.
- Jesse Bering

100 Times Reduction in HIV Transmission Rates By Semen

Targeting semen proteins to prevent HIV infection

"Research led by investigators from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania describes two novel approaches that could prevent HIV infection by targeting proteins in semen that boost transmission of the virus.

"On exposing human cells to HIV-infected semen, the researchers found CLRO1 reduced the likelihood of HIV transmission by more than 100-fold.

"The researchers say because CLRO1 has no negative impact on other cell membranes, it could be used to develop safer vaginal and anal gels that prevent HIV infection. Prof. Shorter adds:

"We think that CLR01 could be more effective than other microbicides that are in development because of its dual action (fights HIV in two ways .ed), its safety in terms of side effects and its potential broad application."