Apple flavored Lollipop with a REAL scorpion inside. This sweet treat has a real sting to it (figuratively speaking).
Scorpion Sucker in Apple
Fruit flavored Lollipop with a REAL scorpion inside. This sweet treat has a real sting to it (figuratively speaking).
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Are Scorpions Edible?
Although little known here in the United States, ancient Chinese medicine considers scorpion powder to have many benefits and to be good for many diverse ailments. In China, there are a number of patented medicines using scorpion powder/extract. We, however, make no such claims.Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 11:23:28 AM
Can you eat the scorpion stinger?
It's up to you. Many people do eat the stinger but bit is also common practice for chef's to chop the stinger tip off.Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 11:24:48 AM
What About the Scorpion Poison When You Eat One?
Soon after the scorpion dies the scorpion poison becomes inert. It's safe to eat frozen, dried, fried or baked scorpions. The only ones you need to worry about are living or freshly killed.Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 11:31:08 AM
What is the Shelf Life?
As long as they are kept dry, they will last up to one year.
If you are in a humid area, make sure you keep them in a sealed container. Humidity is the enemy.
As with many foods, refrigeration will extend shelf life.Answer by : on Apr 30, 2020 04:37:49 AM
Are these ready to eat our of the package?
Yes. You can eat these right out of the package.Answer by : on Apr 30, 2020 05:02:34 AM