Iodine is not an organism, it is an element with atomic number 53. It is used to kill microorganisms which is why it is the main component of Betadine.
Maybe kill it, but mostly used to stain the cells to make it more visible under the microscope.
Swallowing chlorine granules will kill you. Do NOT do this!
Iodine is a halogen. Single atom has 53 protons.
Iodine. In small amounts, it's harmless to the body, but lethal to microorganisms and individual cells.
Lysol will not kill ringworm according to Lysol.
You could not get your skin hot enough to kill the ringworm without burning yourself.
H2O2 does not kill ringworm because the ringworm are usually a fungus infection and it is too deep in the epidermis to really penetrate the fungus. Thus Hydrogen Peroxide is not supposed to be used
no of course not nobody has died from it
No. In spite of its name, ringworm is a fungus, not a worm/parasite. The treatment is antifungal medication, not antihelminthic medication.
It is supposed that iodine can kill some yeasts.
Sounds like Ringworm. Get Tincture of Iodine at pharmacist.
Ringworm won't kill you, but can start infections that could be deadly. Untreated ringworm can result in an acute infection that may produce running sores on the scalp or painful blisters on the feet.
one disadvantage of using iodine to stain cells is that iodine will kill living cells.
No, ringworm is a fungus not a bacteria. It needs to be treated with a fungicidal. In fact, there is a small chance using triple antibiotic cream may make it worse since antibiotic creams are usually made to kill bacteria only. If you kill all the bacteria in the area, it may kill the fungus's (ringworm) competition and allow it to flourish.
yes it can, it will annihilate the human race ESPECIALLY KORAY