I know a lot of people are interested in selling their body parts and make money. You are possibly here because the title sounds weird to you or you just want to find out if it is something you can do. People are increasingly becoming aware that their body has the potential to be an economic powerhouse for their living without going through prostitution. You can actually be making lots of money, selling different parts of your body, inside and out with extremely minimal effort.
Here are few body parts you can sell for cold hard cash: (View all by clicking NEXT)
Sell Your Poop
Selling your poop is a sure way to make money. With a nonprofit organization called OpenBiome, you can make as much as $13,000 a year pooping for a living. People have been selling their poop since 2013 to OpenBiome who has been processing and shipping loads of it all over the country. The frozen poop given to patients who are very sick with infections of a bacteria called C. difficile. The bacteria can cause extreme gastrointestinal distress, leaving some sufferers housebound. Antibiotics often help, but sometimes the bacteria rears back as soon as treatment stops. That leads to a miserable, continuous course of antibiotics.
By introducing healthy poop matter into the gut of a patient (by way of endoscopy, nasal tubes, or swallowed capsules) doctors can abolish C. difficile for good. Finding a donor is tough business, and some patients grow so desperate that they treat themselves with fecal matter from friends and family. That’s what happened to a friend of OpenBiome’s founders, inspiring them to open up the first nationwide bank. So far they’ve shipped about 2,000 treatments to 185 hospitals around the country.
The best treatment for Clostridium difficile—biotics-resistant bacteria that causes severe diarrhea and can possibly lead to death—is a fecal transplant. For donors who live near the OpenBiome lab in Massachusetts, they can make $40 per donation, with a $50 bonus for five donations per week.
Sell Your Eggs
Women who are willing to sell their eggs can earn a significant price of $10,000 for each successful sale of their eggs. It is a way of doing something of a public service for those who, for whatever reason, can’t conceive. In vitro fertilization clinics take the eggs of healthy females, although the screening process is much more intense, and the procedure requires minor surgery.
Sell Your Sperm
For healthy males between the ages of 18 to 40 who make it through rigorous (and often awkward) screening, your surplus seed can become savings. Canadians are out of luck, as Canada’s laws prohibit the selling of sperm, but a healthy man—bonus points for attractive features like handsomeness, athleticism and education—can make up to $1,000 a month. The collection methods are manual and traditional, so on top of the money there’s a familiar, small-added bonus.
Sell Your Hair
Wig makers and hairdressers are the main buyers of human hair, and women tend to have the edge on the market, since long hair is more in demand. This is obviously a more long-term investment, as hair grows at about half an inch per month, so it’d take a few years before your luscious locks are long enough for a buyer. For a snapshot of good hair care for a potential seller, one listing for 16 inches of wavy red hair, going for $600, reads:
“Red with natural blonde highlights. Healthy diet, no cigarette smoke or chlorine. No split ends or layering. Trimmed occasionally. Shampoo and conditioner 3x/week. No heat curling or straightening, occasional brief exposure to hair dryer. Holds curl well.”
Sell Your Whole Body
The campaign to sell your body is beginning to gain ground in many countries. Those living across Europe, America, Asia… using public transit might have seen an ad for the latest drug trial and thought, “That sounds like easy money.” Clinical drug trials are an oldie, but a goodie, though they require full body participation, and they are not for the faint of heart. Pharmaceutical companies eventually have to submit their new drugs to human test trials, and there’s a whole range of treatments and payments for a huge spectrum of people. Unlike signing up for a dating app or updating your iPhone, you may want to calm down and read the terms and condition over carefully before signing up for this deal.