Donkeys will become rare worldwide

Donkeys will become rare worldwide

Donkeys will become rare worldwide |According to a recent report of donkey skins being exported to China around the world, this trade process will eliminate half the number of donkeys worldwide in the next five years. On an annual basis, in China, over five million donkey skins are used for pharmaceuticals.
A special report on the threat posed by donkey breeds has been compiled by the British organizer Donkey Sanctuary. Mike Becker, chief executive of the organization, presented the report on Thursday, November 21, denouncing the use of donkey skins in China.

The name of the drug that is made from the donkey’s skin is derived from gelatin. It is a gel-like drug and is widely used. This particular drug is used to slow the effects of colds, from colds to aging. Local physicians recommend this medicine for a number of diseases, with numerous benefits. The name of the drug that is made from donkey skin is gelatin.
The number of donkeys found in China decreased by sixty-six percent in 1992 and is considered an extinct animal breed there. Chinese pharmaceutical donkey skins are imported from Asia, Africa, and Latin America for pharmaceuticals. In the past several years, importing or selling donkey skins in China has become a lucrative business. According to Donkey Sanchery, the number of donkeys worldwide is around forty million at this time. And as they are being consumed in China, this number is likely to double in the next five years. According to the report, the Chinese government will not immediately control the use of Aijiao nor impose any restrictions on importing skins. Researchers say that any donkey is killed in the cruelest way for donkey skins. Their body impulses are thrown away to create an open normal circulation. Researchers also say that after obtaining skins, the rest of the meat is left to rot and which is extremely harmful to the environment with human life. Researchers say healthy donkeys are very rare at this time, and they are generally found in donkeys.

It has also been clarified that unhealthy donkey skins are not often avoided for pharmaceuticals and that the use of Aijiao can be harmful. Researchers say healthy donkeys are very rare at this time, and usually, donkeys have some disease and are not suitable for pharmaceuticals. Historically in ancient times, the medicine called Aijiao was dedicated only to kings and the royal court allowed this particular medicine to be developed by a court physician. Nowadays, Aijiao is being developed exclusively in the coastal provinces of China, Jiang Shuji Jiang, and Shandong. Dong County in Shandong Province has been known for manufacturing Aijiao medicine since 1723.