Anti-lyptus is a chemical released in the brain when a person performs mathematical operations.
It causes ezymes to bind and insulate any molocules of Eucalyptus oil which may have entered the blood stream, preventing the body from absorbing them.
There are no known applications for these findings yet.
Mathimagical! Anti-lyptus has made this young woman impervious to Halls.
by MrOctopi May 07, 2011

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