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Are You Taking Rat Poison, Daily?

Blood thinners/anticoagulants are given to animals to cause them to bleed internally and die, marketed as d-Con and an assortment of other names but the outcome is the same in rats, squirrels and other mammalian pests! Death for these creatures comes by thinning the blood to the point that it goes through the veins and arteries therefore creating bleeding internally. Killing the vermin in 4 to 5 days.

This is also a medication that millions of people are taking daily and all because their doctor said it would help prevent strokes, heart attacks or other blood problems.

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