South Korean customs officials located thousands of pills that were filled with powdered human flesh. The capsules have become very popular of late, as they are thought to be a medical cure all. The makers of these pills are from China, where medical staffs alert local medical companies when newborns are born stillborn or babies are aborted. The medical companies pay the corrupt employees to alert them.
The corpses are then purchased and stored in refrigerators in the homes of those people involved in the industry. The bodies are the taken to medical clinics and dried in special medical drying microwaves. When the skin is dry, it is then pounded into powder and processed into the capsules. Herbs are used in the capsules to help disguise what the true ingredients are from customs officers and health inspectors.
Discoveries have been taking place since the end of last August. They have shocked the custom agents, who have said they will strengthen their inspections. Officials in China are said to be aware of this trade and have made attempts to prevent the pills from being exported. Nevertheless, hundreds of thousands of the pills have made their way to South Korea.
Many Chinese homemade remedies are in huge demand around the world. The Chinese are known for consuming human placentas to help their blood supply and its circulation.
One recent study also says that many alternative medicines contain traces of species that are endangered. A large number of the remedies date back over 2,000 years and claim to be methods of curing different diseases.