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Is Serapepase Safe To Use
Not much data: Serrapeptase, serrapeptidase, or serratiopeptidase. It is derived from a microorganism in the intestines of silkworms, serratia e15, and is a proteolytic enzyme. The worms use it to dissolve their cocoon. It has been used for about 25 years in japan, mostly for pain and inflammation. There is very little safety data on it, but there are some reports of lung inflammation, so talk with your doctor.See 1 more doctor answer
Usually / not always: Dong quai is generally safe but can cause side effects & should be used with caution in certain circumstances. It can cause sensitivity to the sun. It thins the blood & should be avoided if taking blood thinners or if you have bleeding tendencies. It can cause loose stools & stomach upset in some. It should be avoided in pregnancy & while breastfeeding. But most people tolerate it quite well.
Depends: The goal of ehrs is to ideally prevent errors and duplication of tests and procedures. However, it has often resulted in inaccurate excessive documentation, transcription errors, and lost productivity (which varies - some providers are more productive). I think we have a ways to go to realize the benefits of ehrs, but I do not believe they are inherently harmful.
Yes: Instrument deliveries are another name for "forceps-assisted" deliveries. There are countless number of "horror stories" regarding forceps deliveries, but the truth is forceps deliveries, in the hands of well-trained obstetricians, have saved the lives of millions of mothers and babies in distress.See 1 more doctor answer
Why would you: Diphenhydramine (benadryl) is used both to block histamine mediated allergic reactions and as a minor sleep aid. Both of these effects reach their maximum at 25 to 50mg in an adult. Taking more does not enhance these desired effects. This is a complex molecule that affects other body systems as well. At higher doses it acts as a toxin that affects the brain and other systems in an unpleasant way.
For most people safe: Amlodipine is used for hypertension treatment. It dilates blood vessels by reducing smooth muscle tone, lowering blood pressure. It is safe unless you are pregnant, have aortic stenosis, or unstable angina, or are in heart failure or shock. If you have lymphedema, talk to your doctor first before starting since it can make this worse. If you have an allergy to norvasc, (amlodipine) obviously don't take it.
Chili bake offs: Wow - tremendous potential for problems - but trust your judgement - vendors don't intentially try to make people sick but improper storage of ingredients can cause problems, improper handwashing by the cooks can cause issues. So - try to watch the chili being made - if you see things concerning - pass that chili up. But generally the chili is safe.
No proof of safety: Check out 2 recent news studies: http://www. Usatoday. Com/story/news/nation/2013/07/25/bodybuilding-supplement-designer-matt-cahill-usa-today-investigation/2568815/ & http://www. Nbcnews. Com/health/fda-warns-steroids-vitamin-b-supplement-6c10765769. Granted, not every barrel of apples holds a rotten one but buyer beware. Manufacturers aren't required to prove safety or effectiveness before marketing.
Wax: It is basically liquid wax. Mainly used topically as a vehicle for a medication. Limited uses when ingested by mouth since it can cause side effects like malabsorption of vitamins.
Unknown but...: I do not know much about these drought-resistant super seeds but as best as I can tell, these were developed using "advanced hybrid technology" and are not technically "genetically modified." if this is true then they are probably safe. I question the safety of all gmo foods; while more research needs to be done, animal studies suggest they are quite hazardous- see http://bit. Ly/19xax7e for more.See 1 more doctor answer
Is inh safe?
Depends: Primarily on how much you consume. It hasn't been proven dangerous in customary dosages but there have been findings of issues in high dose rat studies. Those who sell it will see it as safe, holistic practitioners will generally see it as toxic. My personal opinion would be to avoid it if possible, recognizing that sugar is also a problem. Safest bet is to drink more water and less sweet drinks.
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