Many people have the impression that 'one drop of sperm, ten drops of blood', believing that men's sperm is a holy grail for beauty and health care. For those who are not sure why, they may have questions about whether sperm can be eaten. Do men's sperm have any therapeutic or cosmetic effects on diseases? Can sperm be eaten? Next, we will start by analyzing its main components to elaborate on this issue.
Let's first analyze the composition of semen to see if sperm can be eaten. Semen mainly consists of two parts: seminal plasma and sperm. The unique foul odor of semen is actually the odor of prostaglandins. Semen is composed of a mixture of secretions from the supporting cells of the seminiferous tubules, epididymis, prostate, seminal vesicle, urethral bulb, and paraurethral glands. Among them, seminal fluid accounts for over 95%, and sperm accounts for less than 1%. And 90% of the semen is composed of water and inorganic salts, which we can supplement by drinking water. Compared to the taste of semen, water has a much better taste.
From the composition, the semen contains much lower substances than a bowl of milk or soybean milk. In terms of nutrition, milk and soybean milk are much more valuable than semen. In terms of function, the role of semen in reproducing offspring is more important than supplementing nutrition. Can sperm be eaten? The answer is yes.
Some people say that sperm is a sacred product for maintenance and has a therapeutic effect on some stubborn diseases. Eating sperm is better for women. Some people also say that eating sperm is something that cannot be tolerated. For a long time, due to the lack of sexual education, some traditional mistakes have been deeply rooted.
Eating semen is like drinking blood of the same quality, without nutritional value, and cannot treat diseases. On the other hand, it has little impact on the body, but its psychological impact cannot be ignored. So, the question of whether sperm can be eaten is a matter of opinion.