Best Way to Tell Arsenic Poisoning
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Suspect you could have arsenic poisoning? Look at your nails!
0:00 The best way to identify arsenic poisoning
0:22 Arsenic poisoning symptoms
1:11 Causes of arsenic poisoning
3:15 How to find out if you have arsenic poisoning
3:26 Arsenic poisoning remedies
In this video, we’re going to talk about the best way to identify arsenic poisoning. I believe the best way to spot arsenic poisoning is actually to look at your nails.
There is a condition called leukonychia, where you basically have a horizontal white band on your nails. This could be arsenic poisoning.
More symptoms of arsenic poisoning:
• Severe diarrhea
• Vomiting blood
• Blood in the urine
• Hair loss
• Stomach pain
• Darker skin
• Thick skin
• Night blindness
• Vitamin B1 deficiency
• Increase of hydrogen peroxide
A few arsenic poisoning causes:
• Your water supply
If you suspect that you could have arsenic poisoning, you could get a test, such as a hair analysis or blood test, to find out for sure.
Potential arsenic poisoning detox remedies:
1. Blue-green algae
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