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Are there alternative treatments for pesticide food poisoning?

If you are experiencing the symptoms of pesticide food poisoning, you should contact your doctor right away. While you are waiting for medical help, there are many things you can do at home to deter pesticide food poisoning. Try taking small sips of water to flush the system of the pesticide. Get fresh air, but be sure to stay warm. In some cases, you may experience some symptoms of shock. Shock is a serious matter and should be handled promptly. If someone goes into shock, you should continue speaking with them, lay them on their back with their feet elevated, and make sure that they are warm.

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