How to get great male blood flow using this technique

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Remember: Great blood flow leads to great health and even better rockiness

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“Deep cleanse” your penile chambers with the brushing technique

Many men are suffering from low blood flow down there due to penile fibrosis — scar tissue that forms and blocks up the arteries.

Luckily, this weird toothbrush technique reduces fibrosis…it dissolves any plaque, scarring, and blockage in the penile chambers…

…leaving clean and sensitive nerve endings that feel every touch again.

Even if you haven’t had good erections in a while, you may be able to restore the health of your member and make it fatter, bigger, and work better.

Imagine cleaning the gunk off your gutters or the garage floor with a high-powered water jet. 

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Here’s a natural and easy way to “deep cleanse” fibrosis and restore great rockiness…even increase in size 


How to get great male blood flow using this technique

If you were to ask the average person to name diseases caused by lack of blood flow they might be able to list off heart failure.

But the reality is that countless health problems are in some way related to poor blood flow.

More and more researchers are coming round to the understanding that cardiovascular disease and sexual function are intricately linked.

This link is not simply due to the fact that these health problems become more common with age.

In fact, the relationship centers around problems in the blood vessels.

Inflexible blood vessels cause cardiovascular disease. 

But you can also see rockiness problems as a sort of penile atherosclerosis.

When you improve the health of the blood vessels you will have a much better sex life. 

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This human research was published in the Journal of Investigative and Clinical Urology.

The research consisted of examinations of sexual organs of a number of deceased men.

The researchers carried out post-mortem examinations on 30 men between the ages of 19 and 85 years old.

This examination focused on blood vessels. 

The researchers wanted to know if there was any relationship between, age, diabetes and blood vessel health in the penis.

Before the age of 40 there was a buildup of fibrous tissue in the penis. 

This indicates inflammation — something which leads to blood vessel damage.

“In all males more than 38 years old, there was fibrous substitution of the longitudinal smooth muscle.”

Later on, this fibrous buildup spread to other parts of the penis.

In older men this was accompanied by calcification

Calcification is what we see in atherosclerosis.

Out of place calcium lines the inner part of the blood vessel — inhibiting blood flow and starving the body of oxygen and nutrients.

“Later this was complemented by more fibrosis and then calcification.”

Over time the penis was becoming infiltrated with scar tissue and the blood vessels were becoming clogged with calcium.

The researchers found this became worse with age.

“The extent of the pathology was apparently related to age.”


But, as I said many times, these changes are not caused by the ticking of time.

The study also showed that diabetes was associated with scar tissue and penile atherosclerosis.

“The extent of the problem was apparently related to diabetes mellitus.”

Problems with the penis are not caused by “age” — penic problems are caused by fibrosis and blood vessel problems — which are more common in older guys.

But both fibrosis and poor blood flow can be reversed with the right methods.

These plumbing problems are clearly the main cause of erections problems.

“The nature and extent of the changes indicate that they must necessarily lead to a limitation of the basic function of this arterial tree, i.e., to increase essentially the flow of blood to the cavernous bodies at the time of the ‘rockiness.’”

Some guys might have psychological roadblocks to peak performance — but it’s more often a problem with blood flow.

Decreasing male sexual performance — associated with ageing and  diabetes — is actually caused by blood flow restriction.

“These changes can play a decisive role in explaining ‘limpness’ that occurs with aging, particularly in diabetics.”

Recent research has found that atherosclerosis and erections problems are very closely interrelated. 

Researchers have found that men with erections problems are much more likely to have atherosclerosis and it’s more likely to be more advanced.

This makes sense as both are essentially blood flow restriction problems.

You have to keep adequate blood flow into all parts of the body — because blood supplies oxygen and all of the nutrients necessary to keep the body working.

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This simple shake restores great blood flow in men

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I’ve been drinking a delicious shake every morning that boosts my male blood flow.

It contains 5 essential nutrients that all men need to keep the blood vessels flexible, open, and clear of plaque.

And the best part about this shake is that you can customize it.

You don’t have to use the same foods I do — you can choose from a big list of foods that contain all 5 of these essential blood flow nutrients.

I’m giving away this blood flow recipe here — use it to improve blood flow ALL over the body (even down there)…

(This shake also naturally lowers blood pressure for most men!)


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


Morphologic changes in the arterial bed of the penis with aging. Relationship to the pathogenesis of impotence