- ip·e·cac ( p -k k ) also ip·e·cac·u·an·ha ( p -k k y - n ). n. 1.
- Ipecac - Department of Early Education and Care
- Providers should no longer keep Syrup of Ipecac in their First. Aid kits and should dispose of any bottles they currently have.
- What is Ipecac Syrup
- Serving Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Ipecac Syrup Alert.
- Syrup of Ipecac
- Ipecac is the medicine used to remove poison from the stomach by vomiting it up.
- Goodbye, Ipecac
- Ipecac, used to induce vomiting, has no legitimate medical uses and is dangerous to have around. It's time to ban it.
- Fantomas post live DVD trailer
- The live set will be released on DVD and as a standalone audio download on September 6 through Ipecac Recordings. The DVD was filmed at San Francisco's Great American Music Hall on Dec.
- Helpful Condom Company Apparently Thought The Twins Were Going To Have A Sex
- Did all the tributes to Jim Thome following his 600th home run last night make you run straight for your syrup of ipecac? This milestone may be salvaged for you yet.
- Retox, Otro, Crime Desire @ Shakedown Tonight
- Their debut full length album Ugly Animals drops on Ipecac and Three One G on August 23.
- Sale of substandard cosmetics goes unchecked
- They said various dangerous chemicals like steroids and mercury ipecac were being used in face-whitening creams which had a bad impact upon the skin and led to skin diseases including skin cancer.
- Ipecac Recordings
- New Music from Ipecac Recordings. The Book of Knots. Garden of Fainting Stars.
- Ipecac Syrup
- Ipecac syrup is a medicine that causes vomiting. In the past it was used to partially empty a person's stomach after a poison. It is now rarely recommended.
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