This year, a potentially harmful meal that was shared on social media triggered a huge warning from the authorities in charge of public health.
People have been shown in videos that have been posted on TikTok cooking chicken with cough syrup rather of oil. The cough syrup in question appears to be Vick’s NyQuil.
A large number of people have made the decision to join “anything viral” on TikTok.
On the other hand, the FDA has issued a statement in which it strongly recommends that everyone steer clear of this.
Acetaminophen, dextromethorphan, and doxylamine are the active ingredients that make up the nightly cold, flu, and cough medicine known as NyQuil.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the chicken that has been prepared in the drug that is blue-green in colour may still cause you harm even if you do not ingest it.
When liquid is poured onto a hot pan, it has the potential to turn into vapour, which can make the situation somewhat precarious.
When it comes to competitions or trends that can be found online, TikTok urges users to pause, think, decide, and then take action.
“If you see something that worries or distresses you, such as a potentially hazardous challenge or hoax, pause and take a moment to think about what you’ve seen,” TikTok advises its users.