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“What fruit makes my orgasms stronger?” (Mailbag)

“What fruit makes my orgasms stronger?” (Mailbag)

Read on to learn how to get stronger erections.

People ask me for sex advice on my Instagram and YouTube channels as well as from my email newsletter.

I got this question recently: What fruit makes my dick stronger? How to get stronger erections?

The answer is watermelon.

FLOW ⇐ Here’s How To Get Stronger Erections

Made from real fruits and veggies.


Science Daily reports, “Our bodies use citrulline (found in watermelon) to make yet another amino acid, arginine, which helps cells divide, wounds heal, and ammonia to be removed from the body.

Volunteers in the study completed one three-week stint during which they drank about three eight-ounce glasses of watermelon juice every day, and one three-week period of drinking about twice that much of the juice daily.

Blood levels of arginine, synthesized in the body from the citrulline provided by the watermelon juice, were 11 percent higher in volunteers tested after three weeks on the three-glasses-a-day regimen (24 ounces), and 18 percent higher following the six-daily-glasses regimen (48 ounces), when compared to levels in samples from volunteers who didn’t drink the melon juice.”

Citrulline helps with blood flow. Your penis works on blood flow. Citrulline makes your penis firmer and harder naturally. However, drinking 48 ounces of watermelon —which is 6 cups —contains roughly 120 grams of sugar! That is too much watermelon sugar.

Did you know you can take our new blood flow supplement, FLOW instead?

Flow is made from organic watermelon AND it also has the nitrates that come from organic spinach. A combination of citrulline and nitrates gives your body a double bounty of the amino acids to get your blood flowing to your brain, your heart, and all your parts. And it’s sugar-free!

FLOW ⇐ Here’s How To Get Stronger Erections

Blood flow is equally important to men and women. FLOW is for everyone across the gender spectrum.

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When you order, you’ll also get a one-time offer for our new Libido Vitamins. This is a daily multi-vitamin multi-mineral complex with libido Botanics included right in the vitamin.

Get the Libido Trio. Take two capsules daily. You can take Boost for a month, then Drive, then Desire. Or you can take any two capsules every day. There is not a perfect way to take them. Just do what you want. Just take two a day from any bottle.

Some people like to isolate and see which botanical they feel the most. Which is why you’d want to take one for thirty days, then try the next, then the next.

It’s up to you.

Also, if you’re a man currently using a penis pump, take two capsules of FLOW 30 minutes before pumping.

If you’re a man or woman, you might want to also take 2 capsules of FLOW before sex for more tumescence.

“Tumescence is the quality or state of being tumescent or swollen. Tumescence usually refers to the normal engorgement with blood (vascular congestion) of the erectile tissues, marking sexual excitation, and possible readiness for sexual activity.” —Wikipedia

Email me any questions.

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FLOW ⇐ Here’s How To Get Stronger Erections

Susan Bratton, Intimacy Wellness Expert is a champion and advocate for all those who desire intimacy and passion their whole life long. Best-selling author and publisher of lovemaking techniques and bedroom communication skills including Sexual Soulmates, Relationship Magic, Revive Her Drive, The Steamy Sex Ed®️ Video Collection, Hormone Balancing, The Pump Guide and Thrust In Time as a small selection of her 34 books and program. You can find The Susan Bratton Show on YouTube at, her more personal posts @susanbratton on Instagram, and her new sexual vitality supplements, Flow, Boost, Desire and Drive at


All information from Susan Bratton, Personal Life Media, The20, and all of our collective brands’ advice are personal opinions. Our advice is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and is for general information purposes only. Always seek consultation from your doctor. Susan has personally vetted and receives affiliate commissions from most of the products and programs she recommends.

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