Could explosives be the cure for poor circulation? Painful, swollen fingers and toes may be a thing of the past for the millions of sufferers of Raynaud's disease, thanks to a new treatment which uses a form of explosive. The new treatment is a patented gel formulation of nitroglycerine, and it is thought to work by widening blood vessels, allowing increased blood flow. Daily Mail. 01/16/07. (Also see: Raynaud's Treatments)
Could Explosives Be The Cure For Poor Circulation?
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