The Cinnamon Challenge required individuals to eat a teaspoon of ground cinnamon in 60 seconds without drinking any fluids.
Choking on cinnamon can cause lung inflammation, thickening, and scarring, according to Children's Minnesota.
The "Ghost Pepper Challenge" peaked in 2012. The goal was to consume a ghost pepper whole, undiluted. The Carolina Reaper made things even worse.
Some people may not tolerate these very hot peppers and can experience a seizure, vomiting, and in extreme cases, even death.
Tide pods are laundry detergent that look like candy. Eating laundry detergent is not a good idea.
Although evident, individuals ate Tide Pods in the 2010s. In 2017, around 220 teens were intentionally exposed to tide pod capsules, according to poison control centres.
You may have seen this trend on TikTok's "For You" page. This fad promotes using pre-workout supplements without water.
Dry scooping can cause heart palpitations, lung damage, and infection. Digestive disorders are common.
This non-challenge hack went viral. This approach aimed to prevent avocado brown blotches. It meant prolonged avocado freshness.
Tik Tok started the practise by refrigerating avocados in water bottles. When chopped, avocados reveal healthy, green fruit.