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How to make Natural Viagra at home (Works 100%)
In order to make your home made Viagra, first you will need the main ingredients which are commonly available in grocery stores and are very potent aphrodisiacs.
Everyone knows that Viagra is a powerful drug for men, used to enhance sexual function and performance, but very few people know the secret that it can also be made at home by using foods which are commonly available in grocery stores and are very potent aphrodisiacs.
These natural foods work very similar to Viagra when mixed together, and are perfect for both men and women.
In order to make your home made Viagra, first you will need the main ingredients which are watermelon and lemon. Watermelon contains various nutrients and has aphrodisiac properties which includes Citrulline and Lycopene. Do not use sugar, salt, spices or any other flavours which might reduce the effectiveness of the two main ingredients.
Chop the watermelon into small pieces and put the pieces into a juicer to obtain about one liter of watermelon juice. The white stuff inside the shell of watermelon is also very high in concentrated Citrulline and should not be wasted and need to be juiced.
Pour the juice into a pot and let it boil for few minutes then squeeze the lemon juice into the pot and mix it well with the boiling watermelon juice. Continue boiling until most of the liquid evaporate and the content in the pot reduce to about half.
Let it cool down for about an hour or so.Transfer the potion to a washed and cleaned glass bottle and store it in a cool and dry place such as refrigerator.
This powerful love potion works best when taken empty stomach, ideally early in the morning and before dinner and anywhere between 2 tablespoons to 1/3 of the cup, depending on the body weight and size. The mixture of the chemicals found in the watermelon and lemon juice aids in sending more blood flow to the private area for better performance and strength. This homemade Viagra is safe and effective for people of all ages and genders.
It's from the l argine in the water melons and it's true that it's closer to the rinds where it starts to turn whitish green... but you can get the same from L-argine supplements.... but if your are healthy talk to your doctor and try Viagra/Sildenafil citrate.. works better than argine....
I am at work now I found this channel
I call my wife and say
I got a surprise for her to night because da bandana is like a marshmallow pushed
Down a slot machine.
I bot the watermelon
Made juice at work
Now I go home to my
Wife it's still a marshmallow. Please
You making me look
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You need at least 60 watermelons to create the slightest affect. Did my research.what really is keep a semi low body fat. Also a real hot girl with a real nice round butt or a Viagra pill. Your welcome!👍
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