North Korea has single-handedly saved the world with their new drug called “Kumdang-2.”
This is not the first breakthrough the authoritarian, impoverished nation has made.
According to North Korea’s claim, they have cured AIDS, but why stop there—it will also cure Mers, Ebola, and Sars.
The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) has said that scientists have developed Kumdang-2 from ginseng grown from fertilizer mixed with rare-earth elements and “micro-quantities of gold and platinum,” according to its website.
Kim Jong-un has cured AIDS, cancer, and Ebola:
“Malicious virus infections like SARS, Ebola, and Mers are diseases that are related to immune systems, so they can be easily treated by Kumdang-2 injection drug, which is a strong immune reviver,” KCNA says.
The drug is not a new one; they have had it for the past 23 years. But luckily for the rest of the world, they have now told us about it. Now that they have told us about this wonder drug, you can also buy it from an official distributor in Russia for $27.79
It can work as an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-virus medicine, absorbing and removing anything that has “not originally been in the human body.” It can apparently also cure addiction.
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This isn’t the first time North Korea has made outlandish claims. In 2006, they made a similar announcement about the same drug during both the 2006 and 2013 outbreaks of bird flu. It’s just a shame that North Korea can’t also develop a drug that combats the tuberculosis that’s apparently rife in the country, wrote IFL Science.
According to claims in school textbooks, Kim Jong-un learned to drive when he was just three years old and won a yacht race at the age of nine, and that he is a superb artists and musical composer. The country’s records also say that his father Kim Jong-Il scored 11 holes in one the first time he played golf.
Kim Jong-un was also said to have climbed his country’s highest mountain, and was pictured at the summit in his usual black overcoat. There were also yet to be confirmed reports that unicorns still existed in the country.
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