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posted ago by Ella101 +2832 / -1
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CelesteD 6 points ago +6 / -0

its not horse shit. theres also an occult angle that most people will either never know, or refuse to believe. There are actual companies that do this in a similar fashion and sell it to the public right now. It's real, theres no arguing it. https://www.businessinsider.com/young-blood-transfusions-launching-first-clinic-new-york-2018-9?op=1

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dGPOFniqsrZF 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't doubt there's an occult angle and/or people who believe it or practice it... but as for whether it works...

In February 2019, the FDA issued a warning: medical clinics offering transfusions of blood from young people as anti-aging treatments were likely scams, based on dangerous pseudoscience. The warning spelled doom for Ambrosia, LLC, a young blood transfusion clinic that shut down soon afterward.

That Karmazin guy now runs a place called Ivy Plasma I guess.

This time, Karmazin said the clinic will provide plasma transfusions — no longer specifically sourced from young folks — and it would do so off-label, meaning the transfusions would be administered for purposes the FDA didn’t explicitly approve and endorse.

Asked what the purported benefits of the treatment might be, Karmazin’s response was evasive.

https://futurism.com/neoscope/doctor-anti-aging-blood-clinic-again

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CelesteD 1 point ago +1 / -0

My point isn't that it is a legitimate practice, but that adrenochrome and taking the blood of young people is in fact happening.

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dGPOFniqsrZF 1 point ago +1 / -0

People believe in all kinds of stupid junk and con artists are always more than willing to prey on idiots.