Instagram model, Tracy claims that she’s found a bizarre new way of protecting herself against coronavirus by drinking sperm.
Tracey , 32, insists that drinking her friends sperm everyday either ‘directly’ or as part of a smoothie will help keep her protected against the deadly virus.
The vegan model adds the sperm to her morning smoothie every day claiming that it has plenty of health benefits.
The mother-of-two said that when she first approached him, he was concerned that she would use his sperm to impregnate herself but soon realized that she was using it for something more crazy.
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As well as drinking sperm, the personal trainer has been putting the product on her skin and she even dubs it “nature’s multivitamin”.
She believes it is packed with vitamin C, calcium and magnesium, therefore she is encouraging people to try her unorthodox approach to fighting coronavirus.
She said: “I’d been feeling run down and had no energy, but now I’m full of beans and my mood has improved.
“It can taste really good – depending on what my friend has been eating. My other mates think I’m strange, but I don’t give a toss.”
Tracy, through her Youtube channel described how her friend delivers his semen to her in plastic pots from the Chinese takeaway, which she then rubs into her skin and leaves to sink in for up to 20 minutes.
She said: “I think people are concerned with the thought of putting semen on their face but actually it’s a very natural and healthy thing to do.
“If he’s been drinking alcohol or eaten something particularly pungent like asparagus, I ask him to give me a heads up so I know not to drink it neat.
“I know there are no added chemicals. It’s as natural and active and live as you could possibly get.”
Tracy noted that she doesn’t mind the smell, and says that if the donor eats a healthy, balanced diet the sperm will have a fresher odour.
However, doctors have disagreed with her theory, a doctor told The Sun: “There are hundreds of myths out there about how to protect yourself against Covid-19. Most of them are exactly that – myths.
“The idea of drinking semen doesn’t have the slightest nugget of science behind it and is frankly extremely worrying.
“There is absolutely no benefit to drinking semen from one known ‘donor’ even when you know everything about their history.
“But if you are taking in semen from more than one person, you would run the risk of sexually transmitted infections as well.
“There are clear ways you can protect yourself and they are the messages we are giving out constantly – thorough handwashing, using 60 per cent plus sanitiser gel when soap and water aren’t available and avoiding contact with others as much as possible.
“Please don’t listen to any other nonsense.”