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5 Most Expensive Liquids In The World

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There is a saying that "Dirty hands brings clean money". However, most youth in Egypt have began investing in scorpion farms worth millions of dollars.Moreover,Type 1 diabetes rely on the injection of a certain life-saving liquid called insulin. Again, have you ever wondered what the exact cost of insulin is? And how does it weigh (per gallon) against the most expensive liquids in the world?

Let's take a look at the top 5 expensive liquids in the world :

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5.Chanel No. 5 worth $26,000 per gallon

One of the widely known fragrances in the world, Chanel No. 5 was first produced in 1922 through the collaboration between Ernest Beaux and Coco Chanel. Coco Chanel selected number 5 of the samples that Beaux presented. Due to her fondness to the sample the name was kept.

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4.Horseshoe Crab Blood worth $60,000 per gallon

The blood of a horseshoe crabs is used and harvested in high quantities today to test that a wide range of medical products are not contaminated. Horseshoe crab blood is blue in colour, and it's unique response to bacterial toxins was discovered over 50 years ago.

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3.Lysergic acid diethylamide worth $123,000 per gallon

This was widely used in the 1960's as a hallucinogenic drug. LSD is made from the crystalline compound. Lysergic acid prepared from natural ergot alkaloids. Just one gallon of LSD would provide enough hallucinogens for approximately 55,000 people

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2.King Cobra Venom worth $153,000 per gallon

With venom capable of killing a full grown elephant makes Cobra the most poisonous snake in the world. King Cobra's venom also contains a unique protein called Ohanin. Ohanin is being used today in the form of painkiller that is 20 times more potent than morphine.

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1.Scorpion Venom worth 39,000,000 per gallon

Scorpions use their venom as a defense against predators. Only 25 species of scorpions have a venom that would be lethal to humans. The protein found in those species, however, can be used to treat pain in humans who suffer multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease and rheumatoid arthritis.

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