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Is water added in medicines ? Is it a Form of Medicine.....?

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  1. anonymous
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    Hope this will help! http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/water

  2. anonymous
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    In a simpler term - Water Helps us in a lot of medical ways like if your dehydrated and your getting Fluids put in you- Most of the time those fluids are mostly water , With other medicines proven to help dehydration/whatever your at the hospital for . lol so In laymen's terms .. Yes Water IS added in medicines and is a form of medicine in its own way. oh yeah and not a lot of people know but anyone can overdose On water. a while back there was a legit (in public) water drinking contest and there was a girl in her 20`s and a few other people . They started chugging the water and the girl in her 20`s Won the competition . sadly later that day she died.

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