China is Reportedly Selling Pills Made Out of Dead Babies to Enhance Stamina

by James Plafke | 11:49 am, August 5th, 2011

by James Plafke | 11:49 am, August 5th, 2011

Supposedly, there was a rumor floating around that somewhere in China, pills made out of dead babies were being sold. A Korean television documentary team decided to track down the truth behind this rumor, and reportedly found a hospital that sells dead babies
— mostly abortions or stillbirths, with “mostly” being a scary word
here when you think about it — to medicine companies. The team found
that when the hospital has a “deceased baby case,” the staff are
instructed to immediately alert the medicine company.

The television team also reportedly uncovered the process by which the dead baby pills
are made. Supposedly, the medicine companies store the dead babies in a
“normal family’s refrigerator,” so as to be undiscoverable, and when
they are ready to use the dead baby, they put it into a medical drying microwave. Once dry, they grind the dead baby up and put the powder into a pill capsule.

Supposedly, the television team paid a lot
of money to get some of the pills, and when they tested them, found the
pills’ contents were 99.7 percent human, and were also able to discern the babies’ gender from the powder, as well as found hair and nail remnants.

The dead babies used are supposedly used with the mother’s consent. The documentary will air August 6 on SBS TV South Korea.

(New Daily via Weird Asia News)

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