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I really hope this South Korean report is false: Chinese pharmaceutical companies are buying baby corpses from hospitals, grinding them into pills, and then selling them as stamina boosters. Feel free to gag uncontrollably now and then keep reading.
According to the documentary created by South Korean SBS TV, the baby material comes from stillborn births and abortion clinics, and is produced by a microwave drying process. Well! Time to retch again.
The dead baby pill trade is also bringing in a lot of cash for those involved—understandably, as I would imagine it takes a lot of hush money in the Can I take these dead baby fetuses from your hospital and sell them exchange. And it's apparently not such a new industry—rumors (and purported videos) of Chinese baby meals have circulated for years, with reports like this one from 2003 lending further credence to the illicit infant trade.
SBS claims a DNA test found 99.7% human stuff crammed inside the tablets—which Google disturbingly translates as "man capsules"—and was fresh enough to distinguish gender. This is probably the most revolting thing I've ever read, so hey, we can all go to sleep tonight knowing we accomplished at least that much. Now if only there were a baby pill that would erase my brain and destroy everything involved in this story.
http://gizmodo.com/5828137/are-chinese-companies-selling-pills-made-of-dead-babiesI really hope this South Korean report is false: Chinese pharmaceutical companies are... more
Its Valentine's Day, why not make it an unforgettable night!~y2010m2d14-Top-10-herbs-to-spice-up-your-Valentines-Day-and-night
A group of young Colombian student chefs have unveiled a new dessert made from passion fruit and Viagra, claiming it had aphrodisiac effects on everybody who has tried it.
"We got the idea four months ago when we were dealing with a nutrition project for older people," Juan Sebastian Gomez said at an international gastronomy fair on Thursday.
"It occurred to us that we could use passion fruit, with all its connotations.. and Viagra, and we came up with this dessert," added Gomez, who along with his three colleagues is studying the culinary arts at a national college.
Gomez said the new dessert was tried on a group of volunteers.
"It's really an aphrodisiac. By trial and error we found out it works. We gave it to a group without telling them it contained Viagra. A second group was in the know and both experienced heightened libido," he said.
"They felt their bodies' need to quench that desire," he added.
The young chef said women have been the most enthusiastic about the desert.
"They eat slowly, savoring every little spoonful. They take very small portions and after a few minutes begin to smile and confess that they feel delicious little tickles," he said.
"We know it's an innovative idea that might seem crazy to some, but it's having success. Since it contains a medication, it requires delicate handling but we have always had medical and scientific accompaniment."
http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.eeb6c45b6dc19e6ad8bc41f6ac1c9022.181&show_article=1A group of young Colombian student chefs have unveiled a new dessert made from passion... more
What do ambergris, royal jelly and ants have in common? Apparently they're some of the best aphrodisiacs out there, if you can get your hands on some... why is it that most of these are only found in China?What do ambergris, royal jelly and ants have in common? Apparently they're some... more
Valentine's Day is coming around in a week and people are scrambling to find gifts and make plans with their valentine.
What anybody would really want for a Valentines day present would be a sexier partner for a valentine and natural aphrodisiacs exist.
Just what are the best things to increase sexual desire outside of ecstacy, cocaine and Viagra?Valentine's Day is coming around in a week and people are scrambling to find... more
Eating watermelon has a similar effect on the body to Viagra, according to researchers in the US.
It's down to a chemical called citrulline which is found in the juicy fruit.
Citrulline is an organic compound which affects the body's blood vessels in the same way as the sex enhancement pills.
It helps relax the blood vessels which means blood gets around the body more easily.
The research comes from the US' Texas Fruit and Vegetable Improvement Centre.
Dr Bhimu Patil led the research. He said: "We've always known that watermelon is good for you, but the list of its very important healthful benefits grows longer with each study.
"Watermelon may not be as organ specific as Viagra... but it's a great way to relax blood vessels without any drug side-effects."
It's also claimed watermelons are good for your heart and immune system. The vast majority of watermelon (92%) is made up of water. But the remaining 8% is loaded with the anti-oxidant lycopene which is also good for your skin.
Wow, delicious AND nutritious. Will you be adding watermelon to your shopping list before a cosy evening in thanks to this news? Have you already tried it and reaped the benefits of 'relaxed blood vessels'? And do any so-called aphrodisiac foods actually work?
Eating watermelon has a similar effect on the body to Viagra, according to researchers... more
Guys, having trouble getting aroused by those melons on your signigicant other's chest! (BA-ZIng!) Well, don't go for those blue pills. . . . grab a watermelon! No, not HER watermelons! ahem. . .
"...according to researchers at Texas A&M, Hef should consider trading the little blue pill for a big pink melon! Watermelon contains a natural substance called citrulline, which triggers a domino effect that results in “Viagra-like effects.” Essentially it relaxes blood vessels, which increases blood to flow to certain body parts. It may also enhance libido. "
Not to mention it's healthy. It hydrates, its got vit-uh-mins and minerals, and low calories!
So, guys and gals, when you're alone with your babe, you know what your next smooth move is:
"Hey baby, you want some watermelon. Yes. . . that's right. Eat it up. Mwuahaha. It's an aphrodisiac! Oh wait, scratch that last one."Guys, having trouble getting aroused by those melons on your signigicant other's... more
Ants as aphrodisiac? A Chinese get-rich-quick plan may have been a scam...and has resulted in thousands of people protesting in Shenyang, capital of Liaoning province. They're surrounding governement offices demanding help recovering money from the company behind the scheme.
Ants as aphrodisiac? A Chinese get-rich-quick plan may have been a scam...and has... more