Egg white tonic recipe

egg white tonic

Egg white tonic is ideal for both men and women; it is a tonic to feed your nerves. Drink this tonic in the morning after working the night shift before sleeping or after a night of having pleasurable or hard-core sex, ladies give your man this tonic in the morning as a reward for satisfaction and you can drink some as well

People need to feed and rest their nerves, especially men who need a steady nerve and good blood flow to keep the penis erected for more than five seconds.  A lot of people are looking for a quick fix, there are no swift fixes:

Feed your body, get plenty of rest and nuh run yu body likka gas station (do not have many sex partners) and your body will be copacsetic (OK) sooner than you think.

This is for one person
Ingredients
1 egg white
2 tbsp. orange juice
1 tsp. sweetened condensed milk or honey
A dash of grated nutmeg (just a tiny amount)

Method
In a small container, whisk the egg white using a whisk for 5 seconds. Add the orange juice, whisk for 2 seconds to combine the orange juice with the egg white.

Step2
Sweeten with the sweetened condensed milk or honey, whisk for 1 second to blend all the ingredients. Add the nutmeg and drink immediately. Do not refrigerate. Drink as often as you want.


Quick Facts

Egg whites are a heart-healthy source of protein without cholesterol, However, egg yolks contain choline and the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin.

Whoever said an egg was round?

An egg is not round, but oval or spheroid, meaning that the egg is like a sphere but not exactly like a sphere. That is because an egg is not perfectly round. An egg is a not-quite-round sphere with flattened sides. Try drawing an egg. LOL.

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