Traditional Asian Snake Wine

Traditional Asian Snake Wine dates back to the Chinese Western Zhou dynasty. This is when the first records of it's existence were created, in may in fact be much older. According to traditional Chinese medicine it is considered to be an important and invigorating curative. It is also found in Vietnam and throughout South East Asia. Traditional Asian Snake Wine via

There are two different types of snake wine. Steeped snake wine involves a process where a big venomous snake is put into a bottle or jar of rice wine. Herbs and smaller snakes or scorpions are also sometimes added and then the mixture is left to steep for a few months. Snake wine is also consumed in the form of a shot. The bodily fluids are mixed with the wine and then served as a shot. The varieties of this include snake blood wine and snake bile wine.snake wine 2 via

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