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Literally bullshit, Hunan Villagers Drink Animal Feces Tea To Fight Cancer

BY: Annie Lee It’s not unheard of that people suffering from terminal disease will try every m...

Literally bullshit, Hunan Villagers Drink Animal Feces Tea To Fight Cancer

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It’s not unheard of that people suffering from terminal disease will try every method, however bizarre they seem, to find a cure or buy more time. But the villagers from Hunan Prov’s Jinshi Village take a really shocking approach: drinking animal feces tea to prevent and treat cancers and other diseases.


There are over 20 households in Jinshi Village that genuinely observe the so-called "feces therapy". And they have developed a sound system to process their harvest. First, villagers go into the mountains to collect fresh cow dungs and goat droppings, which will be aired and roasted until completely dry, then mix the dry chips together and grind into powder. Application is easy, dissolve 1 tablespoon of the ‘fine’ powders into water and drink twice a day, day in and day out. It is said that the faces therapy has the magical effect of curing cancer and controlling progression.


The feces therapy is founded by a local old lady, aka Grandma Ma. According to Grandma Ma, she was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer last January and after long time of treatment in the hospital without signs of reversion, she started to look for alternative cure. Early this year her son told her about the feces therapy from a "miracle working doctor" and she has felt much better after 8 months of practicing the special therapy.


Oct 29, Ms Deng is drinking her dose of feces. She said after 2 months of feces therapy, her gynaecology problems were much better now.


Ms Xiao is stir frying the cow and goat droppings, she said the high temperature can burn out the animal hair inside.


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