Anorak | Feel Peachy With Japan’s Placenta Drink

Feel Peachy With Japan’s Placenta Drink

by | 3rd, April 2008

placenta_drink.jpgJAPAN’S Nihon Sofuken company has brought to market the last word in looking good and feeling terrific: placenta juice.

The placentas are taken from Japanese pigs. The afterbirth is screened to rid it of all traces of blood, hormones and bits off piglet.

The screening also removes the taste and smell. This means Nihon Sofuken can sell placeta in a Peach flavour.

What a real placenta tastes like only a happy few can say, but we are told that it is not all that unlike a condensed tofu steeped in a gravy of Pedigree Chum and used dental floss with a whiff of Rebecca Loos’ handcream…

Posted: 3rd, April 2008 | In: Strange But True Comments (8) | Follow the Comments on our RSS feed: RSS 2.0 | TrackBack | Permalink