Mercury has an important role in human survival. Mercury is the chemical that causes a chemical reaction that causes human beings to absorb certain harmful compounds and make them more toxic. When you add mercury into a body, it is toxic. When you add mercury into a person’s blood, it’s toxic. When you add mercury into your body, it’s deadly.
Mercury is also a very useful metal. It’s an important element in all of our tools including swords, knives, and guns. It is also useful for making things like solder and battery and it is a very important natural resource in certain parts of the world.
Well, the truth is that mercury itself isn’t toxic. In fact mercury is a very safe chemical element, so long as it is handled correctly. It can be harmful, however, if the amount ingested is excessive for a long period of time. When ingested in large amounts, the mercury can quickly accumulate in the tissues of the digestive tract. Once it gets in there, the mercury can damage cell membranes in the digestive tract.
Mercury in the bloodstream is a poison. Just like arsenic, mercury is toxic to humans, so too are most metals that are natural in our bodies. Because mercury is a poison, mercury has to be handled carefully so that it does not accumulate in the bloodstream. Once mercury is in the bloodstream, it can easily reach all parts of the body. Mercury is poisonous to the liver, kidneys, and nervous system. It can cause miscarriage, and can also damage the heart, brain, and kidneys.
In the video above, you see the mercury spill over to the digestive tract. Because the digestive tract is a very sensitive organ, it is very easy to ingest too much mercury. When mercury is absorbed into the digestive tract, you can also have mercury poisoning.
In the video below, mercury spills its poison from the gastrointestinal tract into the bloodstream. We don’t see anything on the screen that says the mercury is going to kill the person, but we do see a picture of mercury in the bloodstream. Mercury is a lot more toxic to the digestive tract than to the rest of the body.
The first thing we see with mercury poisoning is a person who seems to just be sitting there, no one else around. Then we see them walk away and suddenly an explosion appears and they die. The effect of mercury poisoning is different depending on how much mercury was taken in, and the amount of mercury is pretty much directly proportional to how long it sticks in the digestive tract.
The most common form of mercury poisoning is called “acute mercury poisoning,” which is the kind that typically happens when people take in too much of it. The person will be dazed and confused for a couple of days, but will likely wake up with a headache and stomach pain.
The commonest form of mercury poisoning is called chronic mercury poisoning, which is the kind of poisoning that takes weeks to get worse. People will have a memory of poisoning, but they know little about what they did. In the case of chronic mercury poisoning, the person is usually so far gone by the time they wake up that they don’t recognize themselves.
In the case of chronic mercury poisoning, it is most likely that the person has experienced mercury poisoning before. They may have been a victim of mercury poisoning before, but as time goes on they may feel slightly more like themselves, or may even be at least partially aware of what they are doing. Chronic mercury poisoning causes the victim to be confused and disoriented when they wake up.