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New Hot Sex Supplement

New Hot Sex Supplement

For satisfying sex, good blood flow to your genitals is the single most important physical action you can take. Learn more about what food to eat before sex.

Especially if you’re over 40, your body needs help dilating your blood vessels. 

You have probably heard me say many times how women, having just as much erectile tissue in their genitals, need just as much blood flow for pleasure. 

She can’t get a clitoral erection without blood flow any more than a man can get an erection in his penis without blood flow.

As you age, you feel less pleasure from your body’s inability to send blood into your genitals. Your body protects your heart first. So as you get less blood to your brain and your extremities, you start having “senior moments,” tired arms and legs, and overall less energy.

Here’s the simple science behind this concept: Your blood vessels have tone. This tension in your smooth muscle tissue constricts blood flow. When you need flow to a certain area of your body, such as your penis or vulva, the endothelial tissue relaxes so the blood can flow in.

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This tension/relaxation system uses a chemical pathway called the Nitric Oxide-cGMP Pathway. (1) As you age, your body’s ability to produce Nitric Oxide diminishes, just like your body’s ability to produce hormones.

A supplement that supports Nitric Oxide production is the single most important and overlooked solution to having firm genital erections.

The abbreviation for Nitric Oxide is NO.

Taking a supplement to support NO every day for most men means they won’t need to take Viagra unless they are in a nervous sexual situation or they are going to need to stay hard for a sex date that lasts hours.

Most guys popping pharmaceutical PDE-5 inhibitors (like Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis) would do well to take a Nitric Oxide supplement every day. You can still reserve the PDE-5’s for special occasions. 

A daily NO supplement will make your PDE-5 inhibitor work better if you do take them. And you may need to take less of the pharmaceuticals —try a quarter tab under the tongue before sex instead of a whole pill once you have your Nitric Oxide levels restored by taking our new supplement.

Introducing FLOW, the new Nitric Oxide supplement from The20, Susan and Tim Bratton’s new healthy libido supplement company.

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Most men find PDE-5’s to give them stuffy noses, headaches, flushing of the face, stomach ache, abnormal vision, and other annoying side effects. 

Men and women both find that as they age, their sexual sensation begins to diminish. I can’t believe how much sensation I’d lost without realizing it until I started taking a nitric oxide supplement and getting PRP shots. Instead of, “you don’t know what you’ve got ’till it’s gone,” you realize you have no idea how much you’ve lost until you get it back.

For men, the diminishing of sexual sensation leads to what is called delayed ejaculation. For women, difficulty achieving climax is called anorgasmia or orgasmic disorder. 

If orgasms feel less intense or are becoming harder to achieve, the solution could be as simple as refurbishing what your body needs to achieve vasodilation from your NO-cGMP pathway. (And getting enough manual and oral stimulation before intercourse to achieve tumescence.)

I love an easy fix!

To put it simply, when you can’t get enough blood flowing to the erectile tissue in your genitals, it can’t expand. When your genitals are flaccid, you do not feel the same level of pleasure as when they are intumesced. (Pronounced “too-messed.”) 

Tumescence means “filled with blood.” It’s pronounced, “toom-essence.”


Plus, taking a Nitric Oxide supplement daily supports getting blood to your brain, healthy blood pressure levels, and heart health. Increased circulation and healthy artery function send blood all over your body more easily. If you have fatigue, blood flow could be a major culprit. If your legs feel heavy, it’s often from lack of blood flow to your extremities.

I’ve been studying libido and orgasm for fifteen years. Once I realized that the most simple adjustment a person could make to feel more physical pleasure was as simple as taking a Nitric Oxide supplement, I began studying the market.

You don’t actually take Nitric Oxide. You take amino acid precursors that give your body what it needs to make the Nitric Oxide pathways work. These precursors create vasodilation. Vasodilation means the blood can flow throughout your body easily.

As you age and your blood vessels fill with plaque, they become clogged, making blood flow even more difficult. As you age, your endothelial tissue stiffens, most commonly from inflammation and higher C-reactive protein scores. (2) As your blood vessels stiffen and become obstructed, your blood can’t get where it needs to go. Nitric Oxide relaxes the vessels so blood can flow more easily. Your body creates Nitric Oxide from eating foods such as watermelon, cabbage, beets, and leafy greens such as arugula/rocket and spinach.


There are two common amino acids used to raise NO levels: citrulline and arginine. Our bodies use citrulline to make arginine, which helps cells divide, heal wounds and ammonia removed from the body. 

You can take arginine directly, which is processed through your liver. Or you can take citrulline in which your renal system turns into usable arginine. (4) 

Many people have diabetes and fatty liver. Our toxic 21st-century world is so full of chemicals leaching into our bodies from plastic containers, health and beauty products, cleaning solvents, pesticides in our foods, exhaust in our air, and chemicals in our water that I didn’t want to tax my customers’ livers further.

Many middle-aged people have different forms of herpes such as Epstein Barr, cold sores, shingles, or genital herpes. There are warnings about arginine triggering herpes outbreaks. It’s not proven, but I want to mitigate any risk. Some say lysine balances the arginine, but why take one more thing when you don’t have to?

This led me to research citrulline as a possible alternative. It’s not known to cause herpes outbreaks, and it doesn’t use the liver pathway to convert to Nitric Oxide.

If you have kidney issues or problems with oxalates, you may be better off with arginine than citrulline. But much fewer middle-aged people have kidney issues than liver issues.

Most arginine and citrulline —pretty much every supplement you see on Amazon, Walmart, and in drug stores is made with ingredients from China. 

Talking to the Chinese manufacturers of arginine and citrulline, discovered they make a white powder either with animal waste such as pig bristles and poultry feathers in a highly polluting process called keratin hydrolysis or they use a newer way of fermenting corn and introducing a bacteria that eats the corn sugar to create the by-product of arginine. They then introduce yeast to the arginine to convert it to citrulline.

An American chemical food scientist who worked for a Chinese chemical company on this arginine/citrulline process explained that the pesticides on the Chinese corn remained throughout these chemical processes. So that white powder in your Nitric Oxide supplement is full of pesticides. 


My supplement formulation for you began with three tenets. First, I wanted to make something I’d take and give it to my friends and family to take. Secondly, I wanted to create a Nitric Oxide supplement based on citrulline instead of arginine because I am a wine-drinking herpes sufferer. Most importantly, my supplement had to be organic and pesticide-free and come from real food, not pesticide-laden corn sugar.

The best food source of citrulline is watermelon. I also wanted some natural nitrates from a leafy green vegetable to round out my supplement’s blend. Real plants have diverse organic compounds as compared to vat-processed chemicals. I chose organic spinach. I didn’t want to use alcohol or acidic solvents to extract the citrulline, and watermelon gives its citrulline easily.

Next, I took a page from the PDE-5 inhibitor playbook and added N-acetylcysteine (NAC). (5)(6) To simplify, NAC slows down the combustion of the Nitric Oxide process, so your blood vessels stay relaxed longer. 

NAC, which your body uses to make glutathione, has also been researchers’ focus for helping with thrombosis. Thrombosis is “sticky blood,” where you get blood clots and prevent the blood from flowing. (7)

Glutathione is also a master amino acid antioxidant for liver detoxification. 

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Next, Vitamin C’s addition has also been proven to have beneficial effects on eNOS, the endothelium-derived NO systems. But instead of using the chemical ascorbic acid, I chose to use vitamin c derived from organic acerola sour cherries. 

Finally, we added procyanidins from the French Maritime pine, Pinus pinaster. Procyanidins are polyphenols that contain bioflavonoids and phenolic acids from natural ingredients such as red wine, chocolate, and pine bark. These antioxidants are also vasodilators and can protect your cells from free radicals. This is the only ingredient that isn’t “organic” because it’s not a food crop. Hence, it is not available in an organic version.

The ingredients in our FLOW supplement are vegetarian, but the capsules are made from gelatin. There is no sugar, dairy, magnesium stearate, or gluten in FLOW.

You can take these daily with your meals or not. Have them in the morning, midday, or nighttime. You can also take it 30-60 minutes before sex. And you can monitor your NO levels by measuring your salivary nitrates in your mouth. Use test strips to detect the amount of nitric oxide in your body.

If you have low blood pressure, talk to your doctor about taking a Nitric Oxide supplement first.

FLOW Nitric Oxide is one of my core supplements I won’t go without.

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You would take this before sex as well as daily to increase blood flow to your genitals. It’s made for everyone across the gender spectrum. 

If you are getting GAINSWave, FemiWave, Viveve, Mona Lisa, or any genital tissue rejuvenation treatments, including PRP shots such as P Shots and O Shots, I recommended FLOW for wound healing and increased genital blood flow. If you use a vacuum erection device such as a penis or vulva pump, I recommend FLOW half-hour before pumping. FLOW will increase the amount of blood you can pull into your genitals with the vacuum, thereby increasing your pumping gains more quickly.

There is a combined 850 mg of material in FLOW. Many bodybuilders take 1-5 grams of arginine or citrulline before working out. So this is a solid daily dose, but you can take more than two capsules a day if you test and find your NO levels very low.

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Let me know if you have any questions.

(1) The Endothelium-Dependent Nitric Oxide-cGMP Pathway.

Nitric oxide (NO)-cyclic 3′-5′ guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) signaling plays a critical role in smooth muscle tone, platelet activity, cardiac contractility, renal function, and fluid balance, and cell growth. Studies of the 1990s established endothelium dysfunction as one of the major causes of cardiovascular diseases.
(2) C-reactive protein makes the human endothelium stiff and tight.

Elevation of C-reactive protein (CRP) in human blood accompanies inflammatory processes, including cardiovascular diseases. There is increasing evidence that the acute-phase reactant CRP is a passive marker protein for systemic inflammation and affects the vascular system.
(3) l-Citrulline Supplementation: Impact on Cardiometabolic Health

Diminished bioavailability of nitric oxide (NO), the gaseous signaling molecule involved in regulating numerous vital biological functions, contributes to the development and progression of multiple age- and lifestyle-related diseases. While l-arginine is the precursor for the synthesis of NO by endothelial-nitric oxide synthase (eNOS), oral l-arginine supplementation is largely ineffective at increasing NO synthesis/or bioavailability for a variety of reasons. l-citrulline, found in high concentrations in watermelon, is a neutral alpha-amino acid formed by enzymes in the mitochondria that also serves as a substrate for recycling l-arginine. Unlike l-arginine, l-citrulline is not quantitatively extracted from the gastrointestinal tract (i.e., enterocytes) or liver. Its supplementation is, therefore, more effective at increasing l-arginine levels and NO synthesis.
(4) Systems pathway engineering of Corynebacterium crenatum for improved L-arginine production

L-arginine can be produced by starting from keratinous proteins in human hair, pig bristles, or animal feathers via acid hydrolysis, like L-cysteine3. In China, due to the abundant sources of keratinous proteins and low manufacturing costs, L-arginine is nowadays mainly produced by the highly polluting keratin hydrolysis. However, environmental pollution is an urgent global problem now.
(5) N-acetylcysteine attenuates myocardial dysfunction and postischemic injury by restoring caveolin-3/eNOS signaling in diabetic rats.

Antioxidant NAC attenuated myocardial dysfunction and myocardial I/R injury by improving Cav-3/eNOS signaling.
(6) Combined L-citrulline and glutathione supplementation increases the concentration of markers indicative of nitric oxide synthesis

Combining L-citrulline with GSH augments increases in nitrite and NOx levels during in vitro and in vivo conditions. This suggests that GSH may play an important role in protection against the oxidative reaction of NO, thus contributing to the sustained release of NO. Therefore, combining L-citrulline with GSH may augment the production of NO. However, the effectiveness of oral GSH supplementation in humans, particularly in combination with L-citrulline, has not been clearly delineated.

Using in vitro (cell culture) and in vivo approaches in rodents and humans, the overall purpose of this study was to determine the efficacy of L-citrulline and/or GSH supplementation towards increasing the levels of cGMP nitrite and NOx. We hypothesized that the combination of L-citrulline and GSH would preferentially increase cGMP concentrations, nitrite, and NOx levels compared to control conditions.
(7) Therapeutic potential of N-acetylcysteine as an antiplatelet agent in patients with type-2 diabetes.

Our results suggest that NAC reduces thrombotic propensity in type-2 diabetes patients by increasing platelet antioxidant status due to elevated GSH synthesis, thereby lowering platelet-derived ROS. This may increase the bioavailability of protective NO in a narrow therapeutic range. Therefore, NAC might represent an alternative or additional therapy to aspirin to reduce thrombotic risk in type-2 diabetes.
(8) Antioxidants and the bioactivity of endothelium-derived nitric oxide

Over the past two decades, investigators have increasingly recognized the endothelium’s importance as a central regulator of vascular homeostasis. In addition to regulating vascular tone, it is now appreciated that endothelium-derived NO also acts to inhibit platelet activity, vascular smooth muscle cell growth, and adhesion of inflammatory cells to the endothelial surface. The effects of ascorbic acid on the bioactivity of endothelium-derived NO have also been extensively studied in human subjects and to a lesser extent in experimental animals. In contrast to α-tocopherol, a consistent beneficial effect of ascorbic acid has been demonstrated. The initial studies of this question were actually performed in human subjects, and subsequent experimental studies have clarified the mechanisms of benefit.

The FDA has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.

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