The Natural Manhood Enlargement Guide
The Natural manhood Enlargement Guide
How to add inches with as little as
7 minutes exercise a day
The Purpose of this Guide:
The first question most people ask when opening this guide for the first time is ‘Who or what is manhood Health and why have they produced this e-book?’
The is as complex as any other part of the human body, despite a deceivingly simple appearance. Moreover, since the two functions of the are well-known to men and women alike, there is a tendency to think that everybody knows everything worth knowing about it.
However, there are always a few questions left unanswered or some obscure bit of information that nobody bothers to remember and which may become interesting in a certain context.
Basically, the human manhood is made up of two parts: the shaft and the glans (also known as the head). The shaft is not a muscle as some have suggested. It is made of three columns of tissue, one of which continues forward to form the glans. These columns are called the Corpus Spongiosus, which forms the underside of the manhood and the glans,and the Corpora Cavernosa, which are two chambers of tissue located next to each
other on the upper side of the manhood.
The shaft is covered in skin, while the glans supports the loosely attached fold of skin known as the foreskin. The foreskin is attached to the underside of the manhood, in an area called the frenum. And, lastly, the manhood is traversed from base to tip by the Urethra. This canal serves as a passage for both urine, produced in the bladder, and the sperm,
produced in the testes.