Can Bananas Cause a Male Organ Rash?by John Dugan Owner
It’s no secret that a proper diet can play a role in maintaining a man’s male organ health. Eating right can provide vitamins and nutrients that can keep the heart healthy, maintain a proper blood pressure, boost blood flow to the manhood when tumescence is needed, maintain stamina, etc. Delicious bananas are often a part of a many a man’s healthy diet – but recently some doctors have sounded an alarm about bananas and male organ rash. But the problem isn’t exactly from men eating the tasty fruit.
Many health benefits
Incorporating bananas into a diet can provide many important health benefits. They are rich in a variety of different nutrients, including potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, copper, manganese, magnesium, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, folate, and niacin. The fiber in bananas can be a big digestive aid, and its antioxidants help fight oxidative stress.
So it seems that eating bananas is a good thing. But some men take things a little further than just eating bananas.
Using the peel
Look, it’s no secret that we men like to treat our members to a good time. Almost all men self-stimulate, and many men self-stimulate quite frequently – nothing at all wrong there. Further, many men like to “mix things up” a little with their self-pleasuring and employ sensual toys or aids to make the experience that much more fun. They may decide to wear male organ rings, for example, or use a vibrator to add extra stimulation to the member. Perhaps they may buy a male organ sleeve or find some other item that can be used to simulate the feeling of a female organ on their member.
Such as, say, a banana peel. It’s pretty simple, seeing as how the shape of the banana itself already has a certain often-remarked-upon resemblance to a manhood. So some men enjoy removing the banana fruit from the peel and then wrapping the peel around the member as they stroke themselves.
It’s true that the banana peel has been around as do-it-yourself self-pleasuring aid for centuries. But there appears to have been a recent spike in its popularity in this area.
Male organ rash
Many physicians warn that wrapping a banana peel around the manhood may result in a male organ rash. This is made more likely if one already has an allergy to bananas, but even men with no such allergy may find that the fibrous peel may be especially conducive to a male organ rash. In addition, if there are any cuts or openings on the member, an infection could be triggered.
Using a peel by itself may be cause for concern, but doctors caution even more strongly against another emerging trend: heating the skins in a microwave before inserting the manhood. It is very easy to misjudge the amount of time that is appropriate for “warming it up” and instead to come out with a very hot peel which can cause blisters to appear on the delicate male organ skin. In some cases, the heat could be so intense that a man might pull off some member skin.
Men who wish to continue to use bananas as a self-pleasuring aid should keep an eye out for a male organ rash and stop the practice as soon as one appears. They also should be sure to wash the manhood thoroughly after using a peel. And heating the peel should really be avoided.
A male organ rash from using bananas might experience some relief if a man regularly applies a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best oils will contain both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). Healthy antioxidants to stop oxidative stress, such as alpha lipoic acid, should also be included in the oil.Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.
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