9 FDA Not Likely to Endorse This

FDA Not Likely to Endorse This

Posted on January 30, 2013 by team


Drugstores sell useful medicines that are not endorsed by FDA however popular among people. One Russian blogger visited the factory which makes such medicines. How are they made? Very simple. They take ordinary stumps (they remain after deforestation and are absolutely unneeded but still not thrown away) and apparatuses resembling moonshine stills. These stumps are cut into pieces and placed into those apparatuses to be converted into very useful powder which becomes a must have thanks to some marketing manipulations.


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They make them from Siberian pine.

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9 Responses to “FDA Not Likely to Endorse This”

  1. bill says:

    At least it’s not “Pink Slime”

  2. YJ says:

    If you slap enough marketing into cow feces people will buy it.

  3. cockatrice says:

    Pine Tar Salve. Used for millenia as a topical anti-bacterial ointment, worst side effect, you smell like the inside of a meat smokehouse if you apply too much.

    Don’t worry, the FDA will be digging a hole in the ground soon to bury itself when ALL the current antibiotics have evolved most bacteria to view it as a food source.

    There are strains of MRSA and Tuberculosis that are only eradicated by one or two remaining antibiotics that require the same care as some of the worst chemotherapy. It’s a fine margin between killing the infection and the patient.

  4. cockatrice says:

    The wood powder is the waste material after turpentine, rosin and pine tar are extracted from the pine sawdust. Which is what the distilling is for.

  5. XyuH says:

    Oh wow. Are you sure the FDA will not approve this? Because all methanol produced from the wood. It has a name “wood alcohol”. And the methanol is the core component in thousands chemical compounds. Doh

  6. HI says:

    Better to use the European Food Safety Authority, because FDA is completely corrupted and allows additives in everything. (Although EU did not seem to stop Poles from adding horse to their “beef”.)

  7. Osip says:

    I knew it! They have been putting sawdust into the bread!!

  8. Fred Johnson says:

    I just read an article about a company in the US called SWAT something, connected to big time pro sports players. Amazing they’re falling for, and buying that garbage too. “Holographic stickers” that are supposed to intercept and convert cell phone signals to give you more power. Good grief!

  9. Kel says:

    FDA does approve the use of wood in food. It is used as a filler in all kinds of products and usually referred to as the ingredient name “cellulose fiber”.

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