Dead Baby Pills: China’s New Stamina Enhancer
Posted on August 5, 2011
That’s right, just when you thought you heard it all, China comes out with a stamina pill made from dead babies.
A Korean TV documentary team went on a search for the truth behind the dead baby pill, and what they found was shocking.
They tracked down a hospital that sells deceased babies, mostly abortions or still births, to medicine companies.
When the hospital has a deceased baby case, the staff, who are openly involved, are instructed to immediately notify the medicine company. The documentary team reveals the super secret process of how the Dead Baby Pill is made.
The medicine company stores these dead babies in a normal family’s refrigerator, so no one can find out. Then, when ready to use, they put the dead baby in a medical drying microwave, also located in someone’s house. Once dry, they grind it up and put it in the capsule.
At a very high price the documentary team got their hands on some of these pill and had them tested.
The results: 99.7% HUMAN
From the test results they were also able to tell the gender and found hair and nail remnants.
The business of the dead baby pill is secretive and expensive, but it’s not without the consent of the deceased mother. Microwave dried placenta is another brand of pill that are openly made by this medical company.
I’m not sure if the placenta or the dead baby pill gives you more stamina, but I can tell you that I’m sticking with coffee.
The documentary will air on the 6th of August 2011 on SBS TV in South Korea.