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 Can mineral oil be as dangerous as a laxative?

Answer On One Hand: Lubrication AssistanceMineral oil as a laxative works in approximately eight hours. The oil lubricates the colon and feces to make passage easier. According to the National Digestive D... Read More »
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Can mineral oil be used as a laxative?

On One Hand: Mineral Oil is Lubricating LaxativeMineral oil has been used to treat constipation for generations. It is effective and inexpensive, with few reported side effects, according to the He... Read More »
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Is mineral oil safe as a laxative?

On One Hand: Mineral Oil Relieves ConstipationAccording to the Mayo Clinic, mineral oil taken by mouth is an effective laxative. Its research finds that the mineral oil coats the bowels and stool m... Read More »
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Is it dangerous drinking only mineral water?

depends on the minerals I guesssome are high in sodium- that's not good
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What is the trace mineral boron good for I have seen it listed on mineral supplements.?

Boron as an element is widely present in soil and water, and may be an essential mineral for animals and humans. The dietary intake of boron is about 1 or 2 mg per day. Boron has the potential to i... Read More »
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