The coronavirus has dramatically changed the world since the beginning of the year, and many fear that things will never be the same again, ever.
However, during all these months, many people have managed to shock the public with their statements, beliefs, or actions.
A British vegan personal trainer and bodybuilder, Tracy Kiss, claims she boosts her immunity in a unique, but completely natural way- by drinking semen smoothies.
She has been fairly vocal about this practice, as she maintains that it helps her prevent illness. She explains that since she has started drinking these smoothies, three years ago, she hasn’t had a cold or flu.
” I found a free and vegan-friendly alternative method to boost the body’s immune system. You don’t always know what is in pharmaceutical medicine – it is much better for the body to drink something that doesn’t contain chemicals.”
She even compares it to breastfeeding, as it provides the needed nutrients.
Kiss believes that the semen smoothies, made using her boyfriend’s semen, help her prevent the coronavirus. She calls them “nature’s very own free multivitamin”, and adds that they could even fight the early symptoms of the deadly virus.
She adds that she also puts semen on her face to clear up her skin and keep rosacea at bay.
“It is best to consume semen as close to production as possible to get the most nutrients and benefits. The smoothies aren’t any different from drinking honey and lemon water when you have a sore throat.
It is just another natural remedy but completely free – you don’t have to have a partner, you could just ask a male friend who is healthy.
Most people think I am joking because it seems too good to be true that I am being so open about a ‘taboo’ subject but I am not. I am going against societies’ “norm” to educate and help other people who are missing out on nutrients. I want to make a difference which is why I am sharing this home remedy.”
Yet, while there are no studies that confirm her claims, we advise following the official guidelines: practice good hygiene, wear a mask, and practice social distancing.
The Mayo Clinic noted that no evidence shows that the COVID-19 virus is transmitted through semen or vaginal fluids, and it is yet to be discovered whether it could be transmitted sexually, but “the virus has been detected in the semen of people who have or are recovering from the virus.”
To learn more about Tracy, watch her videos on her YouTube channel, or follow her on Instagram.