Coconut Oil For PE
**Can a mod please move this to Supplements or another more appropriate forum (sorry about putting this in the wrong place).
I only found one thread dedicated to this specific topic, and it was a bit lacking, so I decided to go ahead & post this on a new thread.
I purchased coconut oil today for several reasons, all related to its amazing healing, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial properties (and I plan to use it for PE recovery). I actually stumbled onto this because I had a strange rash on my neck recently, possibly just excema. After what I’ve learned, I also plan to use both coconut oil and vitamin E to help my skin recover after hanging, and to prevent stretch marks on my penis.
In fact, coconut oil was one of the foods Weston Price studied in his journeys. He discovered that the coconut was considered, by the local populations, a medicine food. He found that those civilizations that consumed coconut regularly had no knowledge of cancer, heart disease, arthritis, and diabetes.
Take a look at some of the qualities of coconut oil:
(same source as above)
# Coconut oil is antiviral, antifungal (kills yeast too) and antibacterial. It attacks and kills viruses that have a lipid (fatty) coating, such as herpes, HIV, hepatitis C, the flu, and mononucleosis. It kills the bacteria that cause pneumonia, sore throats, dental cavities, urinary tract infections, meningitis, gonorrhea, food poisoning, pneumonia, and many, many more bacterial infections. It kills the fungus/yeast infections that cause candida, ringworm, athletes foot, thrush, jock itch, diaper rash and more.
# Coconut oil is called the “low fat” fat. It actually acts like a carbohydrate in that it is quickly broken down in the liver and used as quick energy. It is NOT stored like other fats. It boosts one’s energy and endurance. Many athletes use it blended into their drinks. It also supports thyroid function and increases your metabolism (great if you want to lose weight).
# Coconut oil improves digestion and absorption of fat soluble vitamins, minerals (especially calcium and magnesium), and amino acids. It improves the body’s use of blood glucose and improves insulin secretion and absorption (great for type II diabetes). In fact, many diabetics (type I and type II) use it to reduce their symptoms. One’s risk of diabetes decreases with regular use of coconuts and coconut oil. And as we already mentioned, cooking with coconut oil does not create any harmful byproducts.
# Coconut oil helps the body heal and repair faster. It aids and supports immune function, protecting us from a variety of cancers.
# Coconut oil, contrary to much hubbub, is good for your heart. It keeps our blood platelets from sticking together (and causing dangerous clots). Regular users of coconut oils have a much lower chance of atherosclerosis (clogging of the arteries), arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), and strokes. Coconut oil can lower your blood pressure.
# Coconut oil is a natural antioxidant. It protects the body from free radical damage and prevents premature aging and degenerative diseases.
# Finally, coconut oil is the best massage oil on the planet. What it does to your skin, you simply have to witness. It forms a barrier against infections, softens and moisturizes your skin, and prevents wrinkling, sagging, and age spots. It promotes healthy hair and complexion, protects from any damaging UV rays.
According to what I’ve read, Coconut oil is an excellent product for skin. It can really help with the healing process, prevent stretchmarks etc. I would never use coconut oil on my face though because can clog pores.