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LANZHOU Ersan Ilyasova Authentic Jersey , March 20 (Xinhua) -- Doctors in China have long given patients traditional herbal remedies, but farmers are also starting to feed them to livestock in the belief that it improves the meat.


Lambs given traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in Longxi County of Guansu Province, the center of TCM production, are selling well.


Zhang Mingxiang pioneered raising lambs on a herbal diet, and more than 150 sheep farmers in Longxi have joined his Shengyuan Farmers' Cooperative.


Zhang uses common TCM ingredients including the plant dangshen, astragalus roots and Chinese angelica in his lamb feed. "These common herbs are just as effective on animals as on humans," he said.


Zhang started to feed lambs self-concocted herbal mixtures in 2014, carefully balancing the ingredients so their smell would not be off-putting to the sheep. His tests gained support from local farming institutions.


Research by Gansu Agriculture University found Zhang's concoctions can make lamb meat tender, improve its smell and reduce fat.


TCM-fed lambs sell for 10 to 20 yuan (around 1.5 to 3 U.S. dollars) more per pound than standard lambs.


The four Longxi farms using TCM feed sold lamb worth 12 million yuan last year, according to Li Wenbin, deputy director of Longxi's animal husbandry service center.


"The lamb with a herbal diet is considered a premium product," said Li.


Zhang added, "People care about their health so much now, so the market potential for my lamb is great."

For many young men, going away to college opens up new worlds. Often, this is the first time a man has really been “on his own” – even if he’s sharing a dorm room with another guy or two. There are new challenges that may arise. Interestingly, one of those challenges is dealing with manhood odor. Taking proper male organ care becomes more and more important as a man grown-up, and college can be a learning experience in this area.

Not just a college problem

Clearly, manhood odor is not a situation created solely by dorm living at college. A guy can develop a strong and unfortunate aroma from his member at almost any age and under many conditions. Indeed, women complain about a rank manhood in partners who are far from their halcyon campus days. But for many, the college years can be an especially “ripe” time for this problem.

Why should this be? Well, there are several factors at play here.

Guys get busy

Although many men are sensually active with partners before college, and many others do not become active until after college, a lot of young men see their “luck” with sensual partners increase during the years they are getting their education. Mutual pleasure is great fun, of course, but even when with a very clean partner, the result of partner sensual activity tends to be a member with an odor attached to it.

This can also be the case when there is no partner involved in sensual activity – and self-pleasuring tends to be a favorite activity of men at college. The friction and sweat create an aroma, and male seed left to dry on the area – whether by choice or accident – also adds a scent to the member.

Hygiene suffers

None of the above would really be a problem if guys washed appropriately. But many guys don’t always wash off after sensual activity, and many guys also don’t shower or bathe as frequently as they need to when away from Mom and Dad. There can be many reasons for this: laziness, a way of expressing independence, lack of time due to studying, etc. But whatever the reason, the lack of appropriate washing makes the manhood odor situation worse.

Living quarters aren’t the same

It’s also true that many young men get a bit sloppy and careless with their personal environment at college. In particular, laundry is not often at the top of the list. It’s not at all uncommon for guys in a dorm situation to wear the same pants andor underwear for several days, simply because there are no clean options around. And it’s also true that bedsheets may remain unwashed for a truly amazing length of time. When a man sleeps in unwashed sheets, the odors they have gathered get passed on to his body – including his manhood.

What to do?

In order to keep truly frightening manhood odor at bay – and keep women from crossing a guy off their list because his member truly smells like junk – guys really must make an effort to shower regularly and to change their sheets more frequently. But that is not enough.

If a guy at college (or elsewhere) wants to take the right steps to address rank manhood odor and the off-putting situations it creates, he simply must use a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Not just any crème will do; it is essential that it contains vitamin A. Why? This vitamin (also known as retinol) is celebrated for its antibacterial properties, which fight many odor-causing bacteria that occur on the male organ and surrounding areas. The crème should also contain a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid. Antioxidants fight free radicals and the oxidative stress they promote. Limiting that damage keeps the manhood healthier and better able to fight other odor-causing bacteria.

By John Kwoba


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