An investigation carried out by a South Korean SBS TV documentary has found that pharmaceutical companies in China are grounding dead babies and using the powder in producing "stamina pills".
The investigation was carried out after the SBS TV documentary team heard about rumors of such pills. According to the investigation, hospitals contact pharmaceutical companies in case of stillborn or aborted babies.
The pharmaceutical companies then store the babies in freezers of families and when producing the pills, the companies then shift the bodies through a medical drying microwave before grounding the bodies into powder.
This powder is then used to produce stamina pills that come in form of capsules and are marketed in China and South Korea. The documentary team managed to acquire some pills and on testing the powder, they found it to contain 99.7 percent of human remains and were also able to identify the gender of the baby.