The Accidental Impact Of Consuming Food Affected By Insecticide Product Packaging?
I cooked noodles and then had hit packets in it, but I finished eating the noodles, is it dangerous?
Thank you for the question.
The product you mentioned is one type of insecticide that contains a variety of active substances, depending on the type of product. Often, insecticides on the market contain active substances such as organophosphates, DEET, picaridin, pyrethrin, and so on. These active substances, if left in their packages, and come into contact with the noodles that you consume, can cause various side effects, such as slowing heartbeat, shortness of breath, diarrhea, hypotension, increased salivation, nausea, vomiting, excessive sweating, excessive anxiety, trembling, weakness or paralysis of the muscles, even death. Of course, this potential hazard can differ depending on what active substance is contained in the insecticide and how much active substance is left and consumed by you.
In general, if after consuming the noodles you do not experience any complaints, the possibility that you experience is not dangerous. However, if there are one or more of the above danger signs that you experience, then you should immediately consult a doctor immediately for further examination and treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.