mekago5 answered Friday March 2 2007, 3:51 pm: Snorting ibuprofen may provide you with some localised anit-inflammatory and pain relief but that would be all. It is it is important to remember that when snorting any kind of powder you run the risk of damaging your nasal passages and/or inhaling it into your lungs where it can irritate them. This is especially important if you have a respiratory condition such as asthma.
You might also want to keep in mind that just because you can buy it over the counter doesn’t mean it is harmless. There are a number of side effects that can occur when taking ibuprofen such as headaches, dizziness, upset stomach, cramps, constipation, diarrhoea, gas, skin rash, itching and swelling of the feet, ankles or lower legs. [ mekago5's advice column | Ask mekago5 A Question ]
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