North Korea Brain Cells Drink: Is it really ‘Super’?

By Alan Ng - Jun 7, 2010

Some rather ‘refreshing’ news to come out of North Korea now, as it has been reported that a new ‘super’ drink has been manufactured in the country, a drink which claims to multiply brain cells.

As reported from Post Chronicle, the drink has been produced by the Moranbong Carbonated Fruit Juice Joint Venture Company and contains 60 kinds of “microelements” which have been extracted from more than 30 species of plants.

According to the country’s official news state, KCNA, the drink has no side effects and also protects skin from wrinkles and black spots, while also serving as a guard against geriatric diseases such as cerebral hemorrhage, myocardium and brain infarction.

It does sound like a ‘super’ drink, but what are your thoughts on this? Hopefully the drink will make its way to these shores so we can all give it a try for ourselves.

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