No because all the blood inside you can turn evil and become a blood monster and eventually eat you. So no
Your body can definitely metabolize medicine. If it couldn't metabolize medicine, it would then render the medication useless as it would just pass through your body unabsorbed.
It won't get you higher, it will just get you high QUICKER. It will metabolize much faster, and your body will absorb it at a faster rate, therefore you will feel the effects much quicker. Be aware, this can cause an accidental overdose. That is why the warnings for the medication tell you not to chew or crush the pill.
A banana will rot faster in the heat. It will metabolize faster when its internal temperature is higher. This runs the same for avocados.
The body has the ability to only metabolize a certain amount of any medication. The half life is the amount of time the body takes to eliminate half of the medication. For example Vancomyacin has a peak and a trough.....peak being the highest level of the drug an hour after the medication is infused. The trough is how much medication is left in your body approx 12-14 hours after the medication has been infused.
Many people metabolize pain and other medications differently. Some people are very sensitive to small amounts of drugs, while others need larger than normal doses for it to work. It has to do with your basic metabolism and how your system handles these drugs.
Sperm..lots and lots of sperm (or spunk).
No. Animals do not metabolize human medications in the same way that humans do. If you suspect your cat is ill, consult your veterinarian on proper care and medication.
Because medication enters directly into the bloodstream through an IV but pills must dissolve before they can enter the bloodstream
An animal cannot metabolize nutrients.