Antibiotic's replacement

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  1. Vashier

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    AGNO3- A silver nitrate derivative is showing 100% kill rates on bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Look up BIONAID as a product you can buy over the counter in health stores as a great source of this new wonder substance.
     
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    That was a different compound, this causes no pigment changes. I'm sure you can also overtake it with bad results as well.
     
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    It's also incredibly effective against werewolves.
     
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    All we need is vegucation.
     
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    I used the agno3 because it's easier to find info, the real deal is AGO but that's also the abbreviation for an rdna splicer which makes finding it's info a lil harder
     
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    Robin gave me a huge :facepalm: when she started in on,"The proteeeeeen we get comes from what the animaaaaaals eat to get proteeeeeeen" Yes robin and they also have digestive systems that can extract the protein easily, ours' is pitifully bad at it.