Medical: it’s a painless way to treat a serious condition.
It is not usually necessary.
Poison: it is a potentially fatal, potentially life-threatening way to use a substance that could harm you.
The two are very different, so what do you choose?
For many people, it is safer to take poison.
But, there are a few exceptions, and most people who are allergic to poison should avoid using it.
Here are the three main reasons why: the effects can be mild Some people are allergic, but allergic reactions are more common in people who have an allergy to one or more of the chemicals that cause allergic reactions.
They can also be mild or mild and severe, depending on the specific chemical.
For example, it’s possible to be allergic to an enzyme in a pesticide called 4-methylcyclohexane methanol, which is used to make a number of pesticides, including some widely used in agriculture.
When you use a pesticide, it releases chemicals in your body that are responsible for some of the effects of the pesticide.
These chemicals can cause allergic symptoms in people with an allergy, such as itching, burning, trouble breathing or a runny nose.
The person may also experience other symptoms, such a rash or hives.
Symptoms can also last for hours, even days.
For some people, the allergic reaction can be worse than the poison itself.
This is because the chemical is still in the body and it can cause more problems.
For many other people, they are not allergic to the chemical at all.
For people with asthma, for example, there may be little or no allergic reaction.
So the allergic reactions usually last a few days or weeks.
Some people can’t take a chemical in a certain way Some people take a substance, for instance, to treat an asthma attack.
Other people take it to treat other medical conditions.
For asthma sufferers, taking medication is a common treatment.
Some medical conditions are not affected by asthma and they can take a different medication, such to treat depression.
But the effects vary from person to person.
Some of the most common reactions to asthma medications are: wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath or wheezes