Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Interpol has set up a global alert regarding the tablet for dilution that killed a woman

It raised a global alert to prevent a tablet that is sold on the Internet, which allegedly killed a woman.

Police in 190 countries received the "Orange Notice" that shows the dangers of tablet 2.4-Dinitrophenol (DNP), reports Telegraph.
Aimee Eloise Parry is "burning inside" after using highly toxic tablet that contains the aforementioned substance.
"Apart from being sold as tablet, this substance is sold as yellow powder in the capsule, but also as the cream" Interpol said in a notice.
"With all the dangers that contains DNP, tablets there are also many negative force because it is created without a license" further said, on this tablet used for dilution.

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