Also what kind of injury will this cause?
"Why are you asking this question?" occurs to me.
A little bit won't hurt because it's ingredients are consistent with our blood stream. A very lot would dilute the body's blood and cause the blood volume to be too high. That's all I'm going to say.
I have to agree, the first thought I had was why would you do that? Its not meant for use intravenously. The one for irrigation has preservatives you're not going to find in the one meant for injection.It can be contaminated easily and you can't draw it from the bottle correctly. Plain and simple if it doesn't come in a small bottle with a rubber stopper it is not meant for injection.
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