Watermelon is one kind of fruit which is eaten mostly in the early and afternoon time of the day but a revelation from a doctor has led men to run into buying it. Watermelon is a flowering plant species of the Cucurbitaceae family and the name of its edible fruit.
Watermelon is widely known for asthma prevention, blood pressure and cancer reductions in humans as well as helping to give a free flow for digestion and regulating water flow in the body.
But just recently a doctor has called men on watermelon after making a tweet on Twitter explaining the importance men derive from eating watermelon.
He tweeted: "Men, eat watermelon because it is made up of the amino acid known as citrulline, which can relax your blood vessels and increase blood flow to your pénis, allowing for a better erection when aroused." Almost a natural Viagra". Due to it's nature of help to men , men has taken it on the run in buying water melon
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