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Chinese toys: now free of strychnine

Our sources in the Chinese military confirm that almost all Chinese toys and most other products are now free of strychnine and many other alkaloid poisons. Strychnine was previously used by some Chinese manufacturers as a coating product on candy, but now that the world price of that commodity has peaked due to a recent shortage they have decided to use other coatings instead.





Meanwhile, top Chinese generals confirm that most lead and much of the antifreeze is no longer being pumped into food products, toys, consumer goods, desert toppings, and some other products from that country.





However, they do warn about staying away from the purple Bindeez (Australia) and Aqua Dots (U.S.) as they contain an industrial product that, when ingested, forms the daterape drug GHB.