Date: 4 months ago   Category: Science

Found an immortality elixir in the Chinese tomb


Initially archeologists thought that they found alcoholic drink. Later the analysis showed that it is an immortality elixir from ancient texts. In China archeologists found drink "allocating with eternal youth". Xinhua reports about it. Nakhodka was found during excavation of the ancient tomb belonging to rich family of the Western Han dynasty. The tomb is dated approximately 202 B.C. Archeologists found 3.5 liters of the drink smelling of alcohol. Therefore experts at first thought that it is liqueur. The elixir was hidden in a grave in a bronze pot. After carrying out the chemical analysis, it turned out that liquid consists of nitrate of potassium and alumstone. This recipe is known from ancient Taoist texts as components of the project of immortality. It was the day before reported that the gopher helped archeologists to find a treasure. Also it was reported that "gate to hell" found in the British caves. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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