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April 11, 2008

Placenta 10000 Jelly Drink — FOSHU for beauty


"FOSHU (FOod for a Specific Health Use) food and drinks are quite popular these days, and the ever-changing Japanese beverage market is constantly bringing out new offerings to appeal to consumers who want to have some function with their food," wrote Michael Keferi in a March 24, 2008 CScout Japan post about new 0-Calorie Placenta 10000 Jelly Drink.




Not to worry, it's made from pig placentas, not human, so no need to get all stem-cellish about it.


James Thornburg sent me the link and asked, "It is healthy to drink pig's placenta?"

What troubles me is that he thought I might know.


Anyway, Amazon Japan has Placenta 10000 Jelly Drink ready to ship for a mere ¥840.

But wait, there's more!

That's what you were afraid of, wasn't it?


Keferi noted, "... I didn’t taste or smell anything besides peaches [in Placenta 10000].... Of course, if you want to make your own placenta cocktails, the Placenta 400000 extract [below]


might be more to your taste, but I have the feeling that it doesn’t smell much like peaches."

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