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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    but think about it compared to gastric juice. not all that concentrated.
    Gastric juice is only 0.1 M, isn't it? Two orders of magnitude...

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    oh, and i've heard that it hurts below 10m. the pain is instantly killed by a drop or two of 10+. since sharp knife cuts don't really hurt until air hits the tissue, the acid way is a great pain avoider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Gastric juice is only 0.1 M, isn't it? Two orders of magnitude...
    sounds about right, which isn't all that much of a difference when you're talking about a simple mineral acid working on flesh in a short time frame. it's a 1 pH vs -1, typically. unless you're a robot.

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    Okay. I'm curious. Where is this "HCl promotes healing" info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Okay. I'm curious. Where is this "HCl promotes healing" info?
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    nothing i'd be willing to show directly, as it's all mouse studies, but a google search for HCL Wound Healing brings up plenty of abstracts. don't confuse the hydrochloride compound studies with the HCL studies. this isn't new science. providing an acidic surface condition has obvious implications for pathogen growth, and increased blood vessel repair in acidic environments is pretty well established.

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    and none of this is the point anyway, cutting the f**ck out of yourself because you get distracted was the point!

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    If that was the point, you should have put in pics!!!

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    i don't want to peel off the band-aid. that **** stings!

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    wuss

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