vomit intestines


Gender: Masculine

Planet: Jupiter or Sun

Element: Fire

Spiritual Attributes: Protection, exorcism, love, money, good luck. Use in incense to attract money, drive away negativity, purify, gain luck or stop gossip. Wear to attract the opposite sex or for protection. Worn or carried to repel negative energies around you, also said to protect babies in their cribs if hung over them strung together and bind those who speak ill of you.

Medical Uses: It has a mild antiseptic quality for toothaches (chew), or in tea form it is an expectorant for colds, also good foe nausea or vomiting. Cloves kill intestinal parasites and act as an antimicrobial agent against fungi and bacteria.

*Use caution when applying it to the skin as it heats up the area you apply it to.*

Goretober Eddsworld Asks

Go ahead and send in characters/AUs/Which number you want me to Do! Woo!! IT’S SPOOKY TIME


1- Lacerations
2- Something under the skin
3- Self-Caniballism
4- Body Modification(gone wrong)
5- Plant gore
6- Trypophobia/bodily parasitic infestation
7- Posession/ parasite
8- Candy Insides(yum)
9- [Insert]phobia (any fear)
10- Ritualistic sacrifice
11- Gut spill
12- Decay
13- Amputation
14- Exposed bone/broken body/bones
15- Mass Murder
16- Bleeding Out
17- Glass/shrapnel excessively impaled in skin
18- Impaled
19- Excessive Stabbing
20- Burns
21- Torture
22- Poisoned
23- Acid/melting flesh
24- Starved to death
25- Voices (insanity)
26- Vomiting intestines/blood/spiders
27- Excessive limbs (body horror)
28- Undead
29- Segmentation (sliced and diced)
30- Love Hurts Sometimes
31- Aftercare~

pyrotechnicalmathematics  asked:

Warlocks terrify the positive shit out of Azeroth. You're telling me there's a group of people out there that individually can enslave demons, make you explode or bleed out your eyes or vomit up your intestines or something, then consume your soul to do that, but worse, to your buddy over there? They're terrifying in a way Demon Hunters and Death Knights aren't, in that Warlocks mainly sought out this power for the sake of having that power, not to combat some greater threat.

Confirmed. I think a lot of Shadow Priests are thought of in a similar way too. They like to get together sometimes and host meetings to discuss new ways to scare the shit out of their peers. 


The amazing marshmallow root!

I recommend that everyone keep a bag of marshmallow root (Althea officinalis) around in case of illness.  Mountain Rose Herbs and Pacific Botanicals are two companies I trust for high quality herbs at reasonable prices.

What to do:
1.  Measure ¼ a cup marshmallow root into a pint jar.

2.  Fill the jar with room-temperature water.

3.  Cover and wait 2-8 hours.

4.  Carefully strain into another pint jar.

5.  Put the strained contents into the now empty first pint jar, fill with water and allow to extract again.  Compost the material when you’re done.

Marshmallow root is high in mucilage, which coats and soothes a sore throat, acts as a gentle expectorant for coughs, and helps heal the lining of the stomach and intestines after vomiting and diarrhea.  The taste is light, naturally slightly sweet, and though it’s a little goopy, it’s easy to drink.

Bodies smashed and broken
piles of guts, moist and steaming
tendons severed, brains boiling
limbs starting to ferment
torsos torn in two, skin ripped off
to expose muscle tissue, butchered
for human stew, the pungent smell
of decaying innards drives me nuts
as I chew on piss filled kidneys
sucking vomit through intestines
fluid flowing from my dick
blood spurting everywhere, quivering,
ligaments stretched around my neck,
sounds of death fill the air.

Toxocara canis

Toxocara canis is a roundworm harboured in almost all puppies. The adult worm can reach up to 18cm in length and live in the small intestine of the dog. Puppies with a small number of worms often show no symptoms, however large numbers can be fatal, causing a pot belly, diarrhoea, vomiting, weight loss and intestinal obstruction.

The worm infects all members of the ‘canid’ family including foxes and wolves.

It has a complicated life cycle that varies as the dog ages. In puppies up to 2 months of age, the infective egg is ingested and passes through the stomach in to the small intestine. Throughout this route the egg’s shell is digested and a larva released. This larva then burrows through the intestinal wall and through the hepatic portal system, reaching the liver. From here it enters the vena cava leading it to the heart where it then travels to the lungs and finally reaches the trachea. It then migrates up to the pharynx where it is swallowed back in to the intestines. Throughout this journey the larva undergoes a series of moults to reach its mature, adult form. This migratory route is typical of the ‘ascarid’ family of worms to which Toxocara canis belongs.

The adult then resides in the small intestine, producing eggs. The time frame from infection to egg production is 4-5 weeks. These eggs are tough and can survive in the environment for years. When the puppies are around 6 weeks of age, there tends to be a spontaneous expulsion of worms which can be a disgusting sight in their faeces!

In dogs older than 2 months, the worms take a different route. The eggs make their way through to the small intestine as with puppies and the larvae then penetrate the intestinal mucosa and enter the venous portal system to the liver, continuing their route to the heart. From here, they migrate to the lungs and then back to the heart. They then enter multiple tissues of the dog such as the liver, kidney and muscles where they reside in a ‘waiting state’.

Waiting for what? Well. In female dogs, the larvae are waiting for pregnancy. When the hormonal changes that come with pregnancy are detected, the larvae awaken and migrate to the placenta and mammary glands. Here they infect the puppies before they are born, and enter the milk ready to further infect the puppies at birth. Not all larvae are activated during a bitch’s first pregnancy, so infections of every litter are likely.

The ‘waiting’ larvae are around 0.5mm in length. If a male dogs becomes infected, he is a dead end host and no further infection occurs.

The worm’s life cycle is described as ‘direct’, as it only needs one host to complete its cycle. It can however have ‘paratenic’ hosts. This means a host, non-essential to the worm’s life cycle, in which no development happens. These include, rodents and birds. Eggs infect these hosts and develop in to ‘waiting’ larvae which reside in the tissue of the animal until it is eaten by a member of the canid family. Humans can also be paratenic hosts. The ‘waiting’ larvae in humans can cause serious pathogenic effects. The worm is associated with three disease syndromes in humans:

- Visceral larval migrans – this is where the larvae migrate though tissues and can cause inflammatory reactions, fever and asthma

- Ocular larval migrans – here the larvae migrate to the retina of the eye causing impaired vision

- Covert toxocarosis – this produces non-specific clinical signs

Around 55 cases of Toxocara canis infections in humans are diagnosed every year. Around 2.5% of British people are confirmed as seropositive for the infection, showing most cases are asymptomatic. Sadly it is mostly children who pick up the infection through playing in mud and sandpits infected with eggs from canine faeces.

Puppies, along with some adult dogs (and wildlife such as foxes), shed eggs in their faeces, constantly infecting the environment and making infection hard to control. Treatment tends to be regular worming of puppies from 2 weeks of age. Most treatments only to kill the adult worms, however this prevents the eggs from entering the environment, breaking the life cycle where possible. The ‘waiting’ larvae are very hard to kill and treatment involves dosing a pregnant bitch every day from day 40 of pregnancy until 2 days post whelping. This would costs the breeder £70-£75 per bitch, so it is clear why most breeders don’t opt in to this treatment.

In general, our aim as veterinarians is to control the disease as much as possible and provide clients and the public with knowledge of the worm for their own safety as well as their pet’s.  

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Rules: Answer in a new post and tag 10 blogs you’d like to get to know better.

(First time I’ve been tagged in one of these. Here I go)

  • A- Age: 20
  • B- Birthplace: East London, South Africa
  • C- Current time: 6:44 PM
  • D- Drink you had last: A latte
  • E- Easiest person to talk to: My cat and one very special friend. Otherwise I literally over think every word I say/type
  • F- Favourite song: This is a hard one. I’d have to say “Smother” by Daughter at the moment
  • G- Grossest memory: About six years ago my dog ate a rat and vomited it’s intestines up all over the lounge carpet. Leading to me running to the nearest bathroom and subsequently losing my dinner. Needless to say dogs are the best, lol
  • H- Hogwarts house: Hufflepuff
  • I- In love? Yes, however unrequited it may be.
  • J- Jealous of people: Sometimes, I try not to be though
  • K- Killed someone: …..no comment
  • L- Love at first sight or should I walk by again? Yup, I need at least three or four walk bys
  • M- Middle name: Lucielle
  • N- Number of siblings: One
  • O- One wish: This is a toughie, ummm gonna try to avoid the really deep and dark stuff and go with another more basic wish; to someday become a published writer
  • P- Person you called last: My supervisor
  • Q- Question you are always asked: Do you dye your eyebrows? (Weird but it’s plagued me since I was twelve)
  • R- Reason to smile: My pets (all six of them), my three closest friends and definitely the Saiyuki discord
  • S- Song you last sang: “Come as you are” by Nirvana
  • T- Time you woke up: 9 AM
  • U- Underwear colour: Red
  • V- Vacation destination: New York, always wanted to go to New York
  • W- Worst habit: Picking at things; food, hair, skin, etc
  • X- X rays: Two
  • Y- Your favourite food: Pizza, pretty basic but that I can’t help. (It would be coffee if that were considered a food)
  • Z- Zodiac sign: Aquarius

@fearbehindasmile @fabiosofabz @stupendouswitchpatrol @oh-merthur-charm @disembodied-doll @dameofnodelicacy @narihime (Yeah I don’t actually know that many blogs so these 7 will do, lol)

DIY Herbal Stomach Syrup

Sorry I’ve put this off so long! Yay! Another awesome addition to an herbal medicine cupboard is this nifty stomach/general indigestion syrup. It treats tummy aches, nausea/vomiting, bowel pain, diarrhea, gas/bloating. Its basically an herbal version of pepto bismol in regards to the symptoms it treats, but it tastes much better! (Again, Image heavy post!!)

Our two main herbs for this tonic are star anise and cloves. Not only are they chock full of herbal goodness, but they taste great and give this syrup a nice “Christmas spice” taste. Chinese star anise (not to be confused with Japanese star anise which is fatal if ingested!) is a common cooking spice with a distinct black licorice flavor. Its great for fighting of bacterial and fungal infections, an imbalance of which are a primary cause of many common digestive tract ailments. Its been used for centuries for digestive tract problems including upset stomach, gas, loss of appetite, nausea and colic in babies. Cloves are another great multipurpose spice. Its a great expectorant, so its good for respiratory infections and getting rid of phlegm. It also reduces inflammation and is a natural antiseptic and pain killer. (I’m planning on making a salve with cloves for treating scrapes/bruises and arthritis/sore muscles!) But for our purposes today, cloves help relax the smooth lining of the gastrointestinal tract, so they help alleviate vomiting, diarrhea, intestinal gas and stomachaches. 

So some things you’ll need:

  • Chinese Star Anise
  • Cloves
  • Honey (I put honey in just about everything to be taken internally, not only does it pack a nutritional punch with all the medicinal benefits you get, but it makes medicines taste so much better.)
  • Sugar (or other sweetener for preservative
  • Water
  • Small sauce pan
  • Small strainer
  • Something to stir with. A whisk will help later on too.
  • A funnel
  • Containers for storage (I used recycled brandy bottles.)

Step 1:

Measure ¼ cup of star anise and cloves. Since this is a fairly large whole spice, the way I did it was to first fill it up with the anise and then sprinkle the clove buds into the spaces. You want to use less cloves than anise anyway because they are strong and can upset the stomach if you use too much. Add your spices to a quart (4 cups) of cold water in your sauce pan. Its important for the water to be cold or room temp so everything infuses as it heats up together. 

Step 2:

Heat on medium temp. and bring to a simmer. Simmer liquid on med-low or low (depending on your stove) and reduce it to about ½ or a pint (2 cups.) This will take awhile so be patient. The important thing is to not heat to too high too quickly.

Step 3:

Strain your mixture into a separate container. Pour back into the pot. You don’t have to, but I sometimes add food coloring at this step to tell my syrups apart more easily. I liked the pale yellow of this one though, reminds me of the solar plexus chakra. ;)

Step 4:

Add two cups of sweetener. I used one cup of sugar and one cup of honey. You can use whatever sweetener you have, agave, sugar, honey, brown sugar, even maple syrup. Some recipes will say just use one cup of sweetener especially if you’re just going to refrigerate it, but I used more as a preservative and to make it shelf safe. Add the sugar first and whisk to dissolve, then add your honey.

Step 5:

Warm over low heat and stir well for about 30 minutes. Again this will be tedious, but slow and steady wins the race, you don’t want your sugars to burn. It will thicken and reduce to about half again.

Step 6: 

You’re almost done! Use a funnel to pour the warm syrup into empty, glass containers. Leave them on the counter to cool. After they’ve cooled, don’t forget to label and date them. (You can see my heart health syrup cooling in the background!)

Treats stomachaches, indigestion, nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, gas/bloating, bowel pain.

Directions: Take a spoonful as needed to treat symptoms. Additional dose every hour if symptoms persist.

There you have it! I make this for a friend of mine, diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, (a not very fun chronic GI tract illness) and she swears by it. Of course she takes her regularly prescribed medicine, but says this syrup is extremely helpful in fighting quick flares of symptoms, especially those onset by certain foods.

o23: Plural

notes: ooc sasuke? maybe idk

oh yah happy birthday sauce



Sakura’s pregnant!


Sasuke didn’t know why Sakura had been spending so much time in the bathroom recently. He figured it was best not to ask, lest he stray onto an uncomfortable topic for the both of them. Yet he was worried—all the time, when she escaped the warmth of his arms in their shared bed, she sneaked to the bathroom only to vomit her intestines as quietly as she could.

Today, though, she’d spent an awfully long time, much longer than usual.

He heard the pacing of her bare feet against the tile, sweeping back and forth, back and forth. His ear caught notice of the whispers of curses and prayers, though he couldn’t quite discern what exactly she was saying.

“Sakura,” Sasuke knocked in exasperation. “Come out.”

She gave no response, but the scuffling continued.

Sasuke knocked harder. “Sakura,” he gritted through his teeth. “I have to use the bathroom,” he lied.

“Go outside,” Sakura replied. “You have the ability to pee wherever. Make use of it.”

Sasuke was used to her coarseness, but today he wasn’t in the mood to deal with it. He was worried, wondering why she had spent nearly an hour walking the length of their small bathroom over and over again.

“If you won’t come out, I’ll break the door down,” he threatened.

“I’m coming out soon.”

“You said that half an hour ago. Sakura, what’s wrong? Are you ill?”


“Step out of the way,” Sasuke ordered. He rolled up his sleeve and pant legs, prepared to charge. “If you won’t come out, I’m going to have to come in there and get you myself.”

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