October 23, 2013

China exporting human flesh capsules to South Korea

Capsules containing powdered human flesh sent by China clandestinely through luggage and post and flooding the markets are causing serious health concerns in South Korea. The powdered flesh is made from dead babies and foetuses and said to cure various diseases and boost stamina.
Seoul: South Korea has increased customs check to detect capsules coming from China that contained powdered human flesh. The Korea Customs Service said it had found that almost 17,500 capsules were being smuggled into the country from China since August 2011. According to the BBC, inspection will be increased on the shipments of drugs arriving from North-East China. Officials have said that the powdered flesh was made from dead babies and foetuses and reportedly cured disease and boosted stamina. However, officials have said that the capsules were full of bacteria and posed a health risk. "It was confirmed those capsules contain materials harmful to the human body, such as super bacteria. We need to take tougher measures to protect public health," a customs official said. The capsules were even dyed or switched into boxes of other drugs in a bid to disguise them. The capsules containing the powdered flesh were found both in luggage and in the post. It had emerged in a documentary last year that human flesh capsules from northeast China were smuggled into South Korea. At that time China's Health Ministry said that it was investigating the claims raised by the programme. Ministry spokesman Deng Haihua said that China had "strict management of disposal of infant and foetal remains as well as placentas". "Any practice that handles the remains as medical waste is strictly prohibited," he added.

Custom Search



Home    Contact Us
NOTE:
 Free contributions of articles and reports may be sent to indianewstimes@yahoo.com
DISCLAIMER
All Rights Reserved © indiatraveltimes.com