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The Smell of Farts can Prevent Cancer And Other Disease

Magic can be found anywhere, almost in any corner of the world, possibly even where you least expect to find it. But miracles happen day in and day out and that's a really good thing. Something is so shocking that it is impossible for people to understand as to how and why they happened, but they did, for better or worse is up to us to decide. 

 

The Smell of Farts can Prevent Cancer And Other Disease

The Smell of Farts can Prevent Cancer And Other Disease

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What is the problem?

What is the problem?

There are human problems which nearly make life really difficult to live. Diseases such as cancer, heart attacks, arthritis or even dementia.

What is this about?

What is this about?

This article talks about how farts can cure such life-threatening diseases. As weird as it sounds, it is very difficult for people to accept such a thing.

The examination

 The examination

In the study published in the journal Medicinal Chemistry Communications, the impact on mitochondria was examined. Though smelly, it was discovered that cellular exposure to this prevents mitochondrial damage.

Is that even possible?

Is that even possible?

According to this study, hydrogen sulfide gas (which is found in rotten eggs and farts) can help you to solve these diseases.

Views

Views

Matt Whiteman, a professor believes that they exploited the natural process by making a compound, AP39 which slowly and specifically delivers the smell.

Results

Results

The results indicate that if stressed cells are treated with AP39, mitochondria are protected and cells stay alive.

Should you try it?

Should you try it?

Before you go around smelling farts, please note that the experiment was limited to cell exposure. Research is still being done and hope for advances are there.

What is it?

What is it?

The it being discussed over here is a fart. Now most people will be thinking deeply the importance and relevance of fart here. Read on.

The test:

The test:

The University of Exeter revealed it very recently that the smell of flatulence has healing properties.

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