In most cases, no. The word toxins originate from the word toxic, which is defined as containing material that is capable of causing death and serious debilitation. But if you're actually trying to get rid of a pest or something, then it may be alright. Just be careful of what (or who) you actually end up poisoning.
It acts as a detox, it cleanses the body and helps get rid of toxins. You may notice a slightly brighter coloured urine when you pee, this is good. This means that your body is getting rid of the toxins in your body. Hope this helps.
Salts have not toxins; don't confuse toxins with toxic substances.
There exist many anti-toxins that greatly reduce the effects of toxins.
toxins secreted by viruses
Its full of water and hydrates you, and also its full of antioxidants which help to rid your body of toxins
It's believed to be a good way to cleanse out the toxins in your body.
Toxins are poisons. They may be natural or manmade.
What toxins are in cigarette ashes?
There are no toxins in keyboards, but using toxins as keyboard cleaners is a popular method for keeping keyboards clean.
Yes. Bacteria do produce toxins. Usually gram positive bacteria produce exo-toxins and gram negative bacteria produce endo-toxins.
The government should be able to regulate the toxins from any manufacturing sectors. The toxins harm people and the purpose of government is to see to the common good of the people.
No. It doesn't produce toxins as we know them.