Coke may contain sodium, a chemical which may cause the body to go into shock if you drink too much, or even if you take a sip. The most common types of soda have sodium in them, which is a very bad thing.
Drinking soda can cause nausea, which can be a sign of a heart attack, but can also be a sign of stomach ulcers. I went to the doctor because I had severe stomach pain and a large number of red spots. Turns out that the red spots were caused by ulcers in my stomach. I had one of those when I was a kid, and the doctor said there’s a very high probability that I was poisoned by a coke.
I’ve seen cases of people who have had heart attacks from drinking sodas and other drugs they were taking. I was one of that group. I also had another heart attack about three years ago. I have to say, it was one of the most terrifying experiences of my life, and I hope I never have to go through something like that again.
It’s pretty obvious that coke is a poison. They are found in every kind of drink and drug imaginable, and they contain amphetamine and other drugs that are usually found in hard drugs. One of the drugs that is often found in hard-drugs is sodium chloride.
sodium is a salt made up of sodium and chlorine. It is most commonly found in soda and cola drinks, especially the ones made with sugar. Coca-Cola is actually the main ingredient in the drink, because it contains sodium and potassium, and it is a favorite of kids. Coke contains sodium, but most of it is water and sugar. Coke contains about 300 mg of sodium per ounce, so the drink is usually around the 300 mg mark.
Because it’s a diuretic, sodium chloride makes it hard for you to urinate. So it will probably make you feel queasy when you drink it. But other effects will occur; the sodium will be absorbed into your blood stream and make it harder for your kidneys to excrete. Your body can absorb up to 300 mg of sodium for every liter of blood, so about 50% of the sodium you consume will be absorbed.
So it will probably make you feel queasy when you drink it. But other effects will occur the sodium will be absorbed into your blood stream and make it harder for your kidneys to excrete. Your body can absorb up to 300 mg of sodium for every liter of blood, so about 50 of the sodium you consume will be absorbed.
The amount of sodium you absorb will depend on how much blood you have in your body. The amount of sodium you absorb will depend on how much blood you have in your body.
The sodium in coke is water and it is being absorbed by your body. The water in sodium sulfate is an electrolyte that you are not excreting. Because they have different mechanisms, water and sodium sulfate are both absorbed and metabolized in the body’s cells.
As it turns out, sodium sulfate in coke is not excreted. If anything, it is expelled as a waste product that is toxic.