It happens that videos that appear on social media encourage risky behavior or drug use. According to Food and Drug Administration experts, those targeting young adults are especially dangerous. It can expose you to loss of health and even death. An example is the popular recipe for “sleeping chicken”, which is “drenched” in … drugs.
Recipe for “Sleeping Chicken”
The recipe for this dish may surprise you. During heat treatment, chickens are watered with copious amounts of a cough medicine called nickel. in its composition paracetamolAnd the dextromethorphan (a derivative of morphine) i doxylamine (Hypnotic and sedative).
Experts from the US Food and Drug Administration warn that not only does eating chicken this way poses a risk to your health. It can lead to lung damage and even death.
“Heating the drug can make it more concentrated; it can also change its properties in other ways. Even if you don’t eat chicken, inhaling drug fumes during cooking can cause high levels of the drug to enter your body. It can harm the lungs,” the agency said.
A call to parents
This is not the first time that young people have been given the idea of ingesting harmful substances. Previously, a video appeared on TikTok encouraging people to try an over-the-counter allergy medicine containing Diphenhydramine. For many people, this experience ended with a visit to the hospital, and sometimes death from an overdose of the substance. Experts recommend not only keeping your medications safe from kids, but also talking to them about the dangers of repeating trends without thinking on TikTok.
TikTok itself has also responded to the posting of a recipe that is dangerous to health by posting a warning. Here is its content:
“Some online challenges can be dangerous, annoying and even fabricated. Learn how to recognize harmful challenges to protect your health and well-being.”
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