This Medicine I Would Not Take

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        The rescue of an ancient Egyptian mummy's sarcophagus this month from alleged smugglers in New York — the first time authorities say an international artifacts' smuggling ring was dismantled within the United States.
        Amazingly, however, mummy smuggling not only still happens today, it was once so common that enough mummies were available to be ground up and sold as powder, archaeologists reveal.
        "Mummy powder was something you could buy in pharmacies up to 1920, because people thought it was a type of medication," said Egyptologist Regine Schulz, curator of ancient art at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
        I wonder if my insurance would cover this treatment?
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        That sounds like it would cause more harm than good. I'll pass too nan.
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        Ditto here.  Sounds disgusting.

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        (ticks Pass box too) hehehe
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        reminds me of the mummy jerky on Futurama
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        My husband loves Futurama, even he would not eat the Mummy Jerky 

        Although, he is about as smart as Fry 
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        Insurances will barely cover FDA approved medications so I highly doubt mummy powder would be.

        Wonder what it's pharmaceutical use was.

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