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Need Extra Cash?-Sell Your Body Parts

Updated on June 23, 2012

Earn money by selling body parts legally.

It’s a tough financial time. Every thing goes beyond your expectations and life’s become complicated. May be you need some extra money either meets your living expenses or for something specific, like, to fund an overseas holiday or get a house deposit together.

What about selling your body parts for cash, for extra cash which will make your life little bit easier, a little bit meaningful and meet up your specific needs.

By law, you can't sell your body organ even after you're dead. You cannot lawfully sell even one of your kidneys but you can sell Your Blood Plasma, Your Hair and others.

You can make some extra money and some times it will be in a bigger amount.

Try the following selling body organs guide for cash and find out your appropriate one-

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1. Sell Your Blood Plasma:

Plasma is the clear yellowish liquid portion of your blood that transports water and nutrients to all the cells in the body. Plasma is used to manufacture lifesaving clotting factors and immune boosters, among other patients. Plasma is used for transfusions to people who have suffered shock, burns or trauma. It is the most common purchased portion of your blood.

The eligibility requirements are that you must be 18 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds, and be free of communicable diseases. Of course you should have a basic good health with strong iron levels.

You'll earn up to $35 per visit (twice a week max). If you will become a regular donor and have been vaccinated for hepatitis B can earn up to $60 per week.

Where to find the blood centers? Just check the Yellow Pages under "blood" or "blood centers" and give a call.

You can create a donors profile on the BioLife Plasma Services Web site.

2. For Men Only- Sell Your Sperm:

It’s not just an easy job to become a sperm donor though it’s a lucrative and easy way to earn extra money (you'll earn $50 to $200 per specimen). Because a multi-layered screening process eliminates about 95% of applicant who apply for donate their sperm.

The best way to find a sperm bank is to ask your doctor. Doctors can advice you and he/she knows better which sperm bank has been certified by your state, of good quality, and relatively close to you.

3. For Women Only- Sell Your Eggs:

Every egg donors get paid anywhere from $4,000 to $10,000 for a cycle. That’s obviously a lot of cash. According to “Good Morning America” there has been a 30% to 40% increase in the number of women looking to be egg donors over the past month. Your donated egg will help those women who suffer in infertility or those who can’t have kids by themselves.

But there is an ethical question arises- whether egg donation ethical if done only for the money?

Give your opinion

Is egg donation ethical if done only for the money?

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4. Sell Your Hair:

"Virgin" hair that has no chemical treatment is the main attraction for the wig makers. Virgin hair is generally less damaged, looks more natural and lasts longer in a hair piece. Want to sell your hair? Than make sure that you do not dye, perm or bleach your hair.

At least 10 inches of hair is needed to be able to make a sale. The approximate hair rate is $5 to $10 per ounce.

Have a good financial day.


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