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  • How does Pecker Nectar work?
    Pecker Nectar is not a magic potion. It simply contains a natural detoxifier for your body that counteracts the effects of our dietary choices that we make every day. Taking two after a meal or even simply taking one a day works to sweeten the flavor and aroma of your fluids by reducing the pH levels. You can learn way too much about it here.
  • How can I make my semen taste better?
    Water, water, water. Water helps flush toxins and strong tasting foods from your system. While Pecker Nectar can help you produce better tasting semen, it works even better if you watch your diet, avoid garlic, onions and too much coffee and drink water. The human body is composed of about 60% water, which means you need it to survive. Drinking eight, 16 oz. containers of water daily is recommended, which sounds like a lot, but if you’re focused on producing better tasting semen, this is your first form of attack. Make sure you fill up. Learn more.
  • I just had asparagus and garlic for dinner. Will Pecker Nectar get rid of the taste and smell?
    You were thinking of having sex and you decided to have garlic AND asparagus? Sorry, we can't fix foolish. Pecker Nectar is designed to help offset the effects of our modern diet over time. It's not a magic eraser for bad decision making. Even snake antivenom takes time. Until we create an Epipen-style applicator that you inject directly into your genitals, you will have to wait a little longer than that.
  • What's the difference between semen and sperm?
    Here we go. Semen is the whitish fluid that comes out of the penis when a person ejaculates — well, usually, but not always. Sperm are male reproductive cells and are just one component of semen. The terms get thrown around interchangeably. Semen is actually a combination of mature sperm and fluids from the prostate, the seminal vesicles, and bulbourethral glands. Whew, that's a mouthful. If you're really into it, or just want a better explanation, click here.
  • Is it safe to swallow semen?
    Unless you're allergic to it, yes. It's extremely rare, but some people suffer from seminal plasma hypersensitivity and react poorly to semen. For everyone else, there is nothing harmful in semen, to a point. Semen can carry sexually transmitted infections up to, and including HIV/AIDS. It's never a bad idea to have an open conversation with your partner about their STI status. We support regular testing. Have fun, but safety first.
  • How many calories are in the average semen ejaculation?
    According to the internet, the average ejaculation contains about 5 millimeters or a teaspoon of fluid, depending on things like recent use and your overall health. There isn't a lot of good science on caloric density of semen, but anecdotally, it's somewhere between 5 and 25 calories per teaspoon. It's a lower-calorie option than peanut butter or mayonnaise, so do with that what you will.
  • Does semen really have as much protein as an egg white?
    What? No. It's not magic sauce. An egg white has 11 grams of protein. A 2013 nutritional study of semen measure 5,040 milligrams of protein in a 100 millilitre sample. Since the average sample is closer to 5 millilitres, that means that in the average outing, you're only going to find around 252 mg of protein. Meal pairing? Learn more.
  • Is it true that semen has as much vitamin C as in an orange?
    That's just a rumor. Semen contains Vitamin C along with a whole host of minerals and acids, but not in the kind of quantities that are going to make your cold go away faster. Your boyfriend may be lying to you. You can learn more here.
  • I'm new to all this. What does semen taste like?
    Semen comes in many flavors depending on the diet of the producer. Salty, sweet, bitter, metallic, sharp and sour have all been used to describe it. The taste can vary from person to person, so although semen is generally warm and salty, experiences will vary. You can always let the good people at Cosmo tell you more.
  • What is actually in semen?
    You mean like ingredients? Well, along with the sperm, protein, and water, semen also contains a whole grocery list of other components: sugar (fructose and glucose) sodium zinc potassium magnesium chloride calcium citrate urea lactic acid That's a mouthful. Want to know what that even means?
  • What am I eating that makes my semen taste bad?
    What you eat affects the flavor and smell of sweat, saliva, and even breast milk. Semen is no different. Here's a list of items that reportedly give semen a musky, bitter smell and taste: onions garlic leafy greens broccoli cabbage asparagus meat dairy products caffeine alcohol nicotine some medications
  • What can I eat that makes my semen taste better?
    People will tell you your future shopping list below makes semen taste sweeter, but others will argue that they simply cut the bitterness created by the pH range of semen. Who cares? If they help, then bon appetit. nutmeg cinnamon celery parsley wheatgrass oranges pineapple papaya
  • How does alcohol and nicotine effect my semen?
    Anecdotal evidence suggests that alcohol can give semen a more bitter, pungent, or sour flavor, but it depends on what you're drinking. There isn't a guide per se, but hard liquors are said to be worse for you than beer or wine. Nicotine will do the same. We should also point out that both substances are related to lowered sperm motility, quality, and quantity.
  • Is semen really a stress reliever and mood booster?
    Maybe? There’s some research that shows there could be natural antidepressant properties in semen. endorphins oxytocin serotonin prolactin estrone thyrotropin-releasing hormone Apparently, those who were directly exposed to semen showed significantly better mood and fewer symptoms of depression. That's just research though, not hard science. That said, the National Health Service of the United Kingdom points out that engaging in sexual activity in general is linked to a decrease in depression.
  • Is it better to spit or swallow?
    The only time the safety of either option should be considered unsafe is when the STI status of your partner is unclear. Outside of that, you can do either safely, depending on your preference. If you've never tried and are unsure, you should never feel pressured to do or try anything. In the end, the decision should be made purely on what you're comfortable with.
  • Do you ship to locations outside of Canada?
    Pecker Nectar is manufactured in both Canada and the U.S., and ships to anywhere the Canadian and/or U.S. postal services will ship including all provinces and the continental USA. For any other locations, including Europe, Asia, and 34 countries around the world, please contact us directly to get a preferred shipping rate.
  • Is Pecker Nectar manufactured in a peanut free facility?
    All present and in the future, Pecker Nectar products are manufactured in a peanut and gluten-free facility with full Covid-protocols in effect.
  • What is the return policy for Pecker Nectar products?
    Customer satisfaction is our goal. If our products fail to meet your expectations, please contact Customer Service by using the Contact Us form. You may return unopened bottles or boxes of Pecker Nectar product(s) for a refund within 30 days of delivery for any reason. Refunds will be issued minus the cost of shipping. Please contact Customer Service before returning any product by calling (800) 449-4447 for by using the Contact Us form. Unauthorized returns will not receive refunds. Send your pre-authorized returns in original condition to: Pecker Nectar 751-2967 Dundas St. W. Toronto, ON M6P 1Z2
  • How long will it take to receive my order?
    We ship your initial order within 1-2 days max, with delivery times approximately 7-10 business days depending on distance and the shipping provider's timelines. So you know, we discreetly ship all products by Canada Post or UPS, in a plain brown envelope or box depending on the quantity of product.
  • Are Pecker Nectar products Gluten-Free?
    Absolutely. Our founder is a Celiac. There is no gluten present in our products, now or in the future.
  • Are Pecker Nectar products dye-free?
    Yes. All Pecker Nectar products are free from artificial dyes. We only use natural ingredients in all of our products.
  • My shipment sat in my hot mailbox for days. Is it still safe to take?
    While the active ingredient itself is not affected by heat or cold, it is not uncommon for capsules to become tacky during shipping and stick together. During our testing we found that this has not affected the nutrients inside the capsules. Once the product has cooled down, loosen the capsules by gently shaking the bottle.
  • Do you ship discreetly?
    Are you concerned that you may receive a package with a penis on it? Not from us you won't. We discreetly ship all products by Canada Post or UPS, in a plain brown envelope or box depending on the quantity of product.
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