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Hydralisin is a chemical compound that was first created in 2016 by Electro Tech Laboratories by owner Garrett Sliwinski and co-owner Kathryn Hurmill along with their 51 employees in the US. Hydralisin is mostly composed of organic compounds made of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and sulfur bonded in characteristic formations. Strings of 50 or more amino acids are known as proteins, large molecules that serve the functions of promoting normal growth, repairing damaged tissue, contributing to the body's immune system, and making enzymes. The latter are a type of protein that functions as a catalyst, a substance that speeds up a chemical reaction by nearly ×20 the normal rate without participating in it. Catalysts, of which enzymes in the bodies of plants and animals are a good example, thus are not consumed in the reaction. Hydralisin is a consumable item that may be applied in the battle field to speed up healing process. Hydralisin can be used to give humans more energy to use in every day actions such as running or lifting heavy objects. When Electro Tech Laboratories tested Hydralisin in a case study. The results shown two negative side affects such as dizziness apon standing and sudden numbness in the fingertips. Electro Tech Laboratories has continuously conducted research on Hydralisin to make more advances to this chemical.
That Plant can use some Hydralisin.
by Chemical Identification November 30, 2018
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