Woman selling farts in a jar retires after being hospitalized

“I thought I had a stroke and that it was my last moments. I exaggerated it”

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That 90-day fiancé star, who earned nearly $ 254,000 selling his farts in jars, is retiring from the gas-sick business.

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Steph Matto, 31, thought she had a stroke, but eventually learned to fart in jars – and the diet that comes with the demanding concert – was too much for her body to handle.

Matto jumped up to 50 jars of farts out per week, which required her to increase her fiber intake.

She had previously eaten beans and eggs, but began mixing it with banana protein shakes to enhance the scent.

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She eventually began to experience more than the sweet scent of success.

“I thought I had a stroke and that it was my last moments. I exaggerated it,” she said.

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“I did not tell my doctors about the fart in the jar, but I told them about my diet,” Matto explained. “It was made clear that what I was experiencing was not a stroke or heart attack, but very intense gas pain.”

Her doctor advised her to change her diet and put her on a gas-inhibiting medication, which she said “effectively ended my business.”

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The self-proclaimed “speed entrepreneur” had been working two solid months on his venture, which began with a few queries.

“As luck would have it, as soon as I put the jars up for sale, they started selling like hot cakes,” she said.

Matto reportedly earned about $ 1,270 per jar, though she offered a 50% discount during the holidays.

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However, do not cry for Matto yet. She has since launched her fart pot NFTs because the world apparently needs more farts.

“There has never been a more unique and iconic launch of digital fart art!”, She wrote on Instagram. “We put art in a fart!”

According to Matto, 100 NFTs unlock a jar, which will cause the owner to “explode with excitement.”

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