Pills stuffed with flesh of dead babies are confiscated in South Korea
Monday May 7, 2012
Thousands of pills filled with human flesh powder were discovered by customs officials in South Korea. The capsules are in high demand because they are seen as a drug that “cures everything”.
Commercial practice is run from China, where corrupt medical staff warns medical companies when babies are aborted or stillborn.
The bodies are then purchased, stored in domestic refrigerators in the homes of the people involved in trade, before being removed and taken to clinics where doctors are placed in microwave drying.
Chinese officials are aware of the operation and tried to stop the capsules that are exported through illegal means, but thousands of packets were smuggled through South Korea.
There is a huge demand for Chinese alternative remedies, which even includes spraying rhino horns.
The Chinese historically have used human placentas to improve the blood supply and circulation.
In this context, health authorities in Asia are concerned about the sale of flesh baby pills on the internet where many sick people really believe that it is a remedy that cures everything, which could greatly increase the demand.
Tests carried out in the pills confirmed that they were composed of at least 99.7 percent of human remains. The tests even determined the gender of babies used.
There is a huge demand for pills that are thought to improve the immune system to disease. However, in fact, human flesh capsules contain damaging ingredients such as bacteria and other harmful agents.