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What's the deal with pumping in sugar water ?

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What's the deal with pumping in sugar water ?

I’ve seen guys talk about this over at newart.
The gist of it is adding sugar to hot water in your tube when pumping gets you bigger and faster !

Can anyone suggest why that may work ?
Is it just the sugar thickens the water and that makes a difference ? or is some of the sugar being absorbed through the skin and having an effect like dextrose injection ?

I have read that prolotherepy involves injecting sugar water into joints to trigger inflammation and a healing cycle.

Any ideas on what’s happening here, good idea or not ?

I can only imagine it attracts wasps to sting your dick, which is of course a recognised PE method.

:D


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:rolling:

I wondered if salty water would reduce edema, but since I haven’t quite sorted water pumping out yet, haven’t complicated things either.


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Wasping would be great for girth.


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Come on guys a lot of serious pumpers have tried this and say it makes a difference, I’m interested as to why ?

Not a clue. First time I have heard of it. Why don’t you ask the guys at Newart?


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

Originally Posted by gprent
Not a clue. First time I have heard of it. Why don’t you ask the guys at Newart?

Not a member there, plus I thought all the smart guys where here !

It’s Osmosis

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Osmotic Apparatus
The movement of the substances involved in osmosis is shown in the illustration Principle of Osmosis. Between the two halves of the you-shaped tube is a semipermeable membrane, such as a piece of animal bladder, parchment, or cellophane. Arm A contains a solution of sugar and water and arm B contains pure water. The water molecules on both sides of the membrane hit the membrane and pass through. (The membrane is permeable to water.) The sugar molecules also hit the membrane, but, because of the composition of the membrane, only a few (the ones traveling at very high speeds) pass through. (The membrane is impermeable to sugar.)

More water molecules touch the membrane on the side in contact with the pure water (side B) than on the side in contact with both sugar and water (side A). More water moves from side B, the pure-water side, to side A than from side A to side B. This net movement of water through the semipermeable membrane into the sugar-and-water solution constitutes osmosis.

As water moves into the solution, the volume of the solution (illustration 2, side A) increases. The increased volume eventually builds up so much pressure that the force of the pressure causes as much water to leave the solution (side A) as enters. This pressure, called osmotic pressure, causes the flow of water to be equal in both directions.

http://science.howstuffworks.com/di…smosis-info.htm

So we are creating a higher pressure?

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Effect of Sugar
Plants’ cell walls become swollen and rigid when the cells fill with water. In other words, the cells become turgid, or swollen and hard, when osmotic pressure builds in the cells. This action keeps the leaves of the plant from wilting and allows it to stand up in sunlight, biology teacher Nigel D. Purchon writes on his websute. Purchon adds that when a concentrated sugar solution is added, the cell walls shrink and pull apart from each other —- and the plant wilts. Sugar lowers the osmotic potential of the water present in the soil, making less water available for the plant to take in from the soil.
Effect of Salt
Plants require some mineral salts for survival. Salt water in high concentration, however, dehydrates the plant. A high salt-solute concentration in the soil pulls water away from the plant cells, through osmosis, and deposits it into the soil. The Salinity Management Guide website reports that different plant species have differing tolerances for soil salt levels. Injury to the plant occurs when tolerance levels are reached or exceeded.

http://www.livestrong.com/article/3…/#ixzz2B0mZCyCO

Originally Posted by capernicus1

Come on guys a lot of serious pumpers have tried this and say it makes a difference, I’m interested as to why ?

OK, my comment about wasp stings may have seemed flippant, but it was made after some thought. I cannot perceive any benefit from sugar water. I thought about it from an inverse point of view. As some here know, I play the bagpipes. We use sheepskin bags as the air reservoir. The inside of the sheepskin is ‘dressed’ with, these days, a proprietary substance such as ‘Airtight’, which serves the dual purpose of making the bag airtight, and helping to draw moisture from the breath from the inside of the bag to the outside. ‘Airtight’ is primarily composed of glycerin and anti-fungal agents. In the ‘old days’ (before my time), raw honey was used. But however I try to work it, I cannot make an argument for using sugar water in the pump.

I have a sneaky feeling that somebody tried it, believed it made a difference, posted it, others tried it, and because they respected the original poster, got a placebo effect. Either that or the person who originally posted it did so just to see how many folk would try it. Hence my wasp-sting comment! :)


Heat makes the difference between gaining quickly or slowly for some guys, or between gaining slowly instead of not at all for others. And the ideal penis size is 7.6" BPEL x 5.6" Mid Girth.

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The guys who said it made a difference were also guys that had spent 4 hours in the pump! That much pumping is going to make you huge no matter what you are pumping in.


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

Originally Posted by gprent

The guys who said it made a difference were also guys that had spent 4 hours in the pump! That much pumping is going to make you huge no matter what you are pumping in.

Huge as in ‘hugely swollen with lymphatic fluid…..’


Heat makes the difference between gaining quickly or slowly for some guys, or between gaining slowly instead of not at all for others. And the ideal penis size is 7.6" BPEL x 5.6" Mid Girth.

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4 hours!?! Now that can’t be healthy.

Originally Posted by firegoat
Huge as in ‘hugely swollen with lymphatic fluid.’

When a concentrated sugar solution is added, the cell walls shrink and pull apart from each other < that sounds horrifying

Got to give you credit for keeping up with the latest stuff capernicus.

Sometimes things work and no one knows why.

I don’t see if anyone wanted to try it how it could be harmful. I also think it might be difficult to attribute gains specifically to sugarwater though.

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