Successful anti-Masturbation Food
Graham Crackers & Corn Flakes - Graham Crackers were invented by a Presbyterian minister named Sylvester Graham (1794-1851) with the purpose of stopping lust and masturbation through diet. Sylvester thought that physical lust caused harm to the body and was the cause of headaches, indigestion, spinal disease, pulmonary consumption, epilepsy and insanity. He also thought that eating meat and spicy food triggered masturbation. This is one of the reasons he invented his famous Graham Bread and later, crackers. Graham Crackers were made by many companies but weren’t popular until 1898 when Nabisco started making them. Corn Flakes were invented by Dr. John Harvey Kellogg (1852-1943) he developed the cereal to help prevent people from masturbating. He believed that a spicy diet would promote self abuse, while a bland diet would help keep patients hands off their genitals. Kellogg also thought that more drastic approaches to chronic masturbators were sometimes necessary; here is a sample of some of his recommended treatments. ”Cool sitz baths, the cool enema; a spare diet; the application of blisters and other irritants to the sensitive parts of the sexual organs, the removal of the clitoris and nymphae, constitute the most proper treatment.” Ironically both Corn Flakes and Graham crackers are both low or cholesterol free which is actually a factor in keeping healthy erections. Graham Crackers and Corn Flakes have both joined the ranks of popular products that are not now used for a different reason than what they were originally created for. Other famous products that have changed are Coca-Cola which used to contain cocaine and 7-Up which had Lithium. Both were originally used for medicinal purposes.