This article from The Guardian mentions the existence of a booming industry in China: wine made of tiger bones. Predominantly in Heilongjang (north-east China), but not only, many tiger farms are created to facilitate the legal trade of tiger products. Tiger wine is often consumed in China to cure both impotence and rheumatism. This is reminiscent of dog meat and cat meat consumption in Korea which are often thought to, respectively, increase sexual stamina and agility.
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