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see insecticidesinsecticides,
chemical, biological, or other agents used to destroy insect pests; the term commonly refers to chemical agents only. Chemical Insecticides

The modern history of chemical insecticides in the United States dates from 1867, when Paris green proved
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(inorganic chemistry)
The gamma isomer of 1,2,3,4,5,6-hexachlorocyclohexane, constituting a persistent, bioaccumulative pesticide and a neurotoxin.
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The majority (59%) claimed they would not recommend Kwell shampoo over other OTC preparations if Kwell was available for OTC use.
The Reed & Carnrick division of Block Drug, which makes the Kwell prescription brand, also produces R&C shampoo, which is a pyrethrin-based brand.
TREAT IT: Crystallised ginger fights nausea, or try Kwells Travel Sickness Tablets (pounds 2.39, Lloyds pharmacy).
Motion sickness medications all seem to require some degree of caution since other commonly available remedies such as cinnarizine (Stugeron) and hyoscine hydrobromide (Kwells) list similar side effects and all are obviously contra-indicated where there is a risk of narrow angle glaucoma.
If there is no underlying problem you could try Kwells, the anti-sickness medication.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the research by Kwells travel sickness remedy shows that the top reason for a bad journey is traffic and congestion.
And the goal that gave them lift-off against an Aston Villa side who should, given their travel sickness, be sponsored by Kwells bore all the hallmarks of a team awash with confidence and self-belief.
According to a new survey, by Kwells travel sickness tablets, the Geordie TV favourites are the celebrities Brits would most like to find themselves seated next to on a long-haul flight.
`I'm going to take the entire day's output of the Kwells factory' he assured friends shortly before he and Rosemary left for a brief spell as resident scholars at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
"I'll be going Monday week." "Fancy, a mystery trip, and you never were a good traveller." "I'll take some Kwells, just in case."
I hate boats, where are the Kwells?" He isn't best pleased and starts begging over and over every time the blasted boat appears on the telly.