Botox is the most deadly poison in the world
Just 4 grams of it can kill the whole population of the world
Botulinum toxin (Botox) was first recognized in the since-18th century in Germany as a cause of food poisoning due to improperly prepared sausage.
Botulinum toxins are various, the most powerful of which are type A. These are polypeptides, composed of a combination of over 1,000 amino acid molecules. It causes muscle paralysis by avoiding acetylcholine from releasing the signaling molecule (neurotransmitter).
Anything from 4 grams to 2 kilograms will kill the entire population (the exact amount can only be verified after proper testing).
Botulinum toxin (BTX) is a protein produced by the Clostridium botulinum bacterium and associated organisms.
There are 8 types of botulinum toxin uses:
Types A-H, A-B, C-G, E-F, H.
Type H is regarded as the deadliest drug in the universe — an injection of just 2 ng can cause death to a person.
Botulinum toxin is used for many medical problems. Mainly used in medicine, cosmetics, and research on a commercial basis.
Muscle spasticity : Botulinum toxin is used to deal with a number of disorders characterized by means of overactive muscle movement, such as post-stroke spasticity, post-spinal twine harm spasticity, spasms of the head and neck.
Migraine: The FDA prescribed intramuscular botulinum toxin injections for prophylactic treatment of chronic migraine headache in 2
Cosmetics: botulinum toxin (also known as “Botox”) is regarded as safe and efficient in reducing facial wrinkles, particularly in the upper third of the face.
The result is overlying skin smoothing. Wrinkle smoothing is usually apparent three days after therapy and is apparent for a maximum of two weeks after injection.
Muscle weakness close to where the medicine was injected
Difficulty swallowing a few months after treatment
Muscle soreness, pain in the neck, legs……… Read more