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No hard evidence.: There are no well-designed clinical studies that have attempted to determine the risks and/or benefits of coriander. Wait until there are before you spend a lot of money for purported "cures." See this article: http://www.wellness.com/reference/herb/cilantro ...Read more
Not sure: I am not sure of specific side effects but inhaling differing substances into your lungs can lead to respiratory tract irritation. ...Read more
Weeks: Thc, the active drug in marijuana, is fat-soluble, which means it lingers in the body a long time — especially in trace amounts that can be detected on drug-testing. Depending on the type of drug test, it can be detected for many weeks. There's also no "antidote" to sober up from thc fast, if that's what you're asking. Best not to put it in your system to start with, if you need it to be out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be: These red stalks have purgative or laxative properties, thus consumption of large quantities can be harmful. However, a normal serving size of rhubarb can keep the body regular. .The stalks of the rhubarb resemble red stalks of celery and are the only edible portion of the plant. The heart-shaped, wide-veined leaves are concentrated with oxalic acid which can be highly toxic so it depend how much ...Read more
Sometimes: There can be a dark eschar at the center of a spider bite. However, frankly, i don't know what bit you. ...Read more
Many kinds: Many kinds of bites will leave a small dark spot in the center. Usually, this is a small hematoma (bruise) where the stinger or proboscis went into the skin. Less commonly, a dark area could be necrotic (dead) tissue where a toxin has acted, like in the case of a brown recluse bite. If you have concerns, see your gp. ...Read more
Tick bite: A tick bite can look like a bull's eye. It's important to see your doctor if you see a tick or suspect a tick bite because they can carry lyme disease which can have long-term debilitating consequences. Treatment with Doxycycline can help prevent lyme disease. Other bugs that leave a tiny circle are spider, bed bugs, fleas, fire ants, chiggers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Adhesion: Fortunately, most contacts allow good gas exchange, but can get stuck to cornea (=not good), or infected (=not good). If prone to forgetting, narcolepsy, or just falling asleep w/them in--talk to your eye dr about extended wear types and safety issues w/leaving lenses in if not intended for prolonged wear. ...Read more
Strawberry allergy: It is theoretically possible to be allergic to anything but allergy to green, leafy vegetables is uncommon. ...Read more
24 Hours....: Short answer is..It's hard to know. But, the cautions about waiting at least 24 hours to drive, etc. Widen the window of safety. The specifics should be gotten from your own care providers. That said, the drugs typically used : fentanyl, propofol, Midazolam are eliminated within a few hours. The length of infusion, condition of your kidneys and liver determine how long effects last. Caution is best. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Yes: Some folks develop hives when they touch the leaves of some plants. This is called contact urticaria and is common with juniper, squash, pumpkin and tomato. They don't necessarily have allergy symptoms when they eat the fruit of the plant. I haven't heard of anyone else with strawberry leaf allergy but it's certainly possible. Get someone else to do the picking & enjoy the eating. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sage leaves: Native americans have smoked sage as part of spiritual rituals for many years. But anything smoked damages the lungs from the tar, carbon monoxide ; other chemicals inhaled.Also the leaves may have been sprayed with pesticides unsafe for huimans. ...Read more
Lifted bag of leaves and felt pain down there. Had some prolapse after hyst, what could be wrong now?
If a person touches a certain part of their face long enough, does the darkness it leaves become permanent?
No: It should not. is there a reason you are doing this? ...Read more