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How Long Does Mustard Powder Take To Work As Emetic
Emetics are Passe': Emetics are no longer used in modern medicine for very good reason. ...Read more
Changes DNA: In very simple terms, nitrogen mustard type drugs change the structure of a cell's DNA, and as a consequence, the cell can no longer divide and make new cells appropriately. Normal cells have a better ability to repair the DNA damage than do cancer cells. Thus, cancer cells are more susceptible to the affects of chemotherapy. ...Read more
Congenital heart: Primacor (milrinone) is a drug given by intravenous infusion to increase contraction strength of the heart while reducing blood vessels' resistance to cardiac output. It's used in the hospital and for outpatient infusion therapy of advanced heart failure. Dr. Mustard developed his operation to treat congenital transposition of the great vessels. It was the standard of care for many years. ...Read more
NO!!!!: There is no longer any indication for emetics. They were once used in overdoses and poisonings, but there are way too many complications including injury to the esophagus, aspiration, and typically did not resolve the ingestion. Every er used to have ipecac to induce vomiting. That was removed years ago and is no longer used. ...Read more
See below: Some poisonous berries like pokeweed or yew berries can cause heart block and low blood pressure, so that would be why one would take stimulants like strong coffee which contains a form of xanthine like caffeine. Milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) may worsen diarrhea and loss of potassium leading to further cramping; however, magnesium by itself may cause relief of muscle spasms. See your dr. & follow treatment. ...Read more
I have celiac and have had mustard yellow burning diarreah for about nonstop 3 days. Anytime I take medicine it won't help. What should I do?
Is there any anti emetics/ anti nausea drugs that I can take for severe nausea? I have allergies to all available. Any suggestions to safer ones?
Allergist can help: An allergist can review the reactions a person has had to medications and determine the next course of action. There is significant limitations for allergy skin testing medications except penicillin. It would be most helpful to identify the cause of nausea rather than just treat the symptoms. ...Read more
I'm an adult tga mustard correction. We had three consecutive triple digit days. When should I be concerned about the heat and my heart, or am I ok as long as I stay hydrated?
Stay Hydrated: Stay hydrated and avoid heat exhaustion or heat stroke. Use common sense. ...Read more
I am 11 weeks pregnant & I was wondering if it is safe to eat snyder's honey mustard onion pretzels, cause it does contain horseradish powder.?
Yes: You shoud be fine, but snack in moderation. ...Read more
6 week old baby normally poops once a day has been pooping after every feed the last day. Formula fed, poos are mustard colour and watery. Take 2 dr?
:poop:: It is okay for a baby to poop after every feed. The watery consistency does not sound normal however and the baby may have a light stomach virus. I would feed the baby two feedings with pedialyte instead of formula. If the watery poop continues after switching back to formula, I would take the baby to be evaluated or if there is associated vomiting, fever or other symptoms. ...Read more
Yellow prepared mustard is a good source of dietary fiber, iron, magnesium and phosphorus, and a very good source of thiamin, manganese and selenium. Be careful because it also contains a lot of sodium (like in salt)
read more http://nutritiondata. Self. Com/facts/spices-and-herbs/215/2#ixzz20bcyi422. ...Read more
Not at all: Sounds delicious. Be sure to cook the turkey all the way through — this is unrelated to mustard or any other seasoning. ...Read more
Check it out: Could be sinus, throat or other issues. See your doc ...Read more
Ok: Vegetable oil in general is better. Saffola sunflower or vegetable oil are better. Animal fat is not recommended ...Read more
My boy is 10weeks old. Some of family members suggest me to massage his body 3-4times in a week with mustard oil. Is this hygienic or healthy practice?
Seems healthy but...: This is a traditional ayurvedic practice. I am not an expert on Ayurveda but have great respect for it. I am not aware of research on this, so modern science has little to say on this, but it seems safe. However, I would probably only do it twice a week and not use when it is hot out. See http://tips-for-lifestyle. Com/2011/12/18/body-oil-massage-body-massage-oils-mustard-oil-massage/. ...Read more
Not that I've seen: Mustard allergy is very uncommon, and very easy to self diagnose. It doesn't take most people very long to figure out they're having symptoms every time they eat something with mustard. Blood tests are notorious for giving false positive and false negative results, and are used far too often. The best way to identify and treat food-related symptoms is to consult a board-certified allergist. ...Read more
Don't do it.: Sounds like onion and mustard are key ingredients. However I am not sure how you would apply it and I don't know of any physician who would recommend it. ...Read more
Depends.: Buspirone is not an antiemetic drug. It is used to alleviate anxiety however if anxiety causes nausea, this can be alleviated by Buspar (buspirone). Buspar (buspirone), unlike the Benzodiazepines, which are often used as anti-anxiety, takes a little longer to become effective. ...Read more
Not likely: Mustard algae is a chlorine-resistant form of green algae (yellow-green to brown in color) typically found in sunbelt areas that contaminates swimming pools and aquariums. Mustard food allergy is a reaction to the proteins in the mustard seed. This is an up-and-coming food allergy that can be severe. However, it's still safe to swim in the icky pool if desired. ...Read more
A hypothyroid person may take mustard oil and or potatoes, but one should not expect these items to help the hypothyroid state. If you are hypothyroid, seek a prescription from your doctor.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more
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