Though she initially ignored her symptoms and chose to go to a county hospital, she was soon admitted to a hospital in Chenzou, Hunan province.
She was admitted into the intensive care unit at Affiliated Hospital of Xiangnan University in Hunan on February 22.
The Chinese woman said that her body temperature started to rise and her body was really itchy after she injected the smoothie in her veins.
The 51-year-old woman, surnamed Zeng, was blindly following a folk remedy to improve her health and thought she could better absorb the nutrients in the fruits this way, Chinese media reported.
"I thought fresh fruit juice is nutritious, and therefore, there's no harm injecting it on the body", she told reporters this week.
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The 51-year-old's blood was cleaned of the juice using dialysis and doctors prescribed her antibiotics as well as injecting her blood with clotting agents. Despite infection and damage to the vital organs, her condition improved significantly after five days. "I had no idea that would get me into such trouble". Lu Zhongyi, a nutritionist in Beijing, said on Weibo, China's equivalent of Twitter, that some fruits were good for vein health but they should never be injected into the vein.
"With this lack of a brain, I recommend that she injects it to her head next time".
"She who knows not fears!"
Others asked how Zeng had acquired a catheter and drip to conduct the procedure, while one wrote: "She is really someone who knows how to conduct intravenous injection and is fearless enough to do it". The direct injection of juices into her body had caused damage to her liver, kidney and heart. "I am happy she survived".