Steve Ludwin defies death by poisoning himself with snake venoms maybe his offspring will become more reptilian in nature from him metamorphosing his blood out from reptile venom that is very deadly poisonous. I find this steve ludwin infatuations with snakes strange but cool, but who knows his daredevil self inflictions with exotic poisonous snake venom may one day benefit man-kind in some flukie way. Well cobra venom is said to increase energy in horses and people to according to steve ludwin, but I say this to anyone that reads this article and sees this youtube video is don’t attempt to do this yourself at home or elsewhere it is highly dangerous to do. But hey maybe if this cobra venom can one day be marketed safely as a energy stamina enhancer this would be a good thing so then people then can benefit from the self snake poisoning that steve ludwin is pioneering.   – Keith Ranville,

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Published on Jan 17, 2013

We met with a guy who’s been injecting himself with snake venom for 20 years and he looks better than ever.

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The hemotoxins which attack human blood cells in a tree viper’s venom can result in an agonising death in less than 30 minutes. The neurotoxins in a cobra bite can kill a person in half that time. for the past 20 years Steve Ludwin has been sticking all this lovely deadly snake juice in a syringe and mainlining it all the way to immortality. Privately milking an array of deadly snakes including rattlesnakes, monocled cobras, and a few casual vipers thrown in to the mix, Steve has been injecting what would for any normal human be fatal amounts venom into his body since the late 80s.

The basic principle – laid out by pioneer herpetologist, Bill Haast, who died last year at the age of 100 – is that regular exposure to the venom results in the body developing an immunity. Steve claims to not only never get ill, but that cobra venom is the ultimate pick me up, with effects lasting a days after injecting, making Steve stronger, faster and more resilient. Finally it looks like mainstream scientific research might be catching up.