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  1. Boric acid is a dangerous poison. Poisoning from this chemical can be acute or chronic. Acute boric acid poisoning usually occurs when someone swallows powdered roach- ...
  2. ... and muscle coordination. Women sometimes use capsules containing boric acid, the most common form of boron, inside the vagina to treat yeast infections. People also apply boric acid to the skin as an astringent or to ...
  3. ... important to health.BoronA form of boron, called boric acid, can reduce the solubility of riboflavin in water. ...
  4. Hydroquinones Quinones Sodium thiosulfate Sodium sulfite/bisulfite Boric acid Photographic fixative can also break down (decompose) to form sulfur dioxide gas.
  5. ... compounds called hydrocarbons, including: 1,2 butylene oxide Boric acid Cocoyl sarcosine Dicarboxylic fatty acid Dimethoxymethane Dodecanedioic acid ...
  6. Pesticides to Control Bed Bugs (Environmental Protection Agency)  
    ... bug activities. Examples of desiccants include: Diatomaceous earth. Boric acid. When using desiccants to control bed bugs it ...
  7. Diaper Rash (American Academy of Family Physicians)  
    ... falling asleep. Don't use creams that contain boric acid, camphor, phenol, methyl salicylate or compound of benzoin ...
  8. Cockroach Allergy (Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America)  
    ... control experts. For ongoing control, use poison baits, boric acid and traps. Don't use chemical agents. They ...
  9. So You Have Asthma From the National Institutes of Health (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute) - PDF  
    ... poison baits, powders, gels, or paste (for example, boric acid). You can also use traps. • If a spray ...
  10. ... following: Use safer methods of removal such as boric acid, which you should be able to find at ...
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