Watermelon May Have Viagra-effect

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Now for something completely different.  Hope you’ll read the entire piece as it goes into the benefits of watermelon (& other fruits and veggies).  ~ Lo

ScienceDaily
Texas A&M University
July 1, 2008

A cold slice of watermelon has long been a Fourth of July holiday staple. But according to recent studies, the juicy fruit may be better suited for Valentine’s Day. That’s because scientists say watermelon has ingredients that deliver Viagra-like effects to the body’s blood vessels and may even increase libido.

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6 thoughts on “Watermelon May Have Viagra-effect

  1. so interesting. especially since my name is also pronounced like watermelon in spanish.

    eek i hope no one tries to eat me

  2. cool article, thanks for posting it, Lo. I’m wondering how a watermelon spiked with vodka would effect the blood flow? Nothing like a good watermelon buzz for breakfast!

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