Stephen R. Lasky, Ph.D.
Stephen_Lasky at brown.edu
Fri May 19 08:50:30 EST 1995
In article <3pd7qm$t9c at decaxp.harvard.edu>, jdooley at husc.harvard.edu (John
A. Dooley) wrote:
> I read recently that a Japanese company produces pills that eliminate
> the odor of one's feces. Apparently these pills are popular among
> workers whose workplaces have very small and poorly ventilated
> restrooms. In any event, I'm curious as to how these pills might work.
> Any ideas?
I don't know what the Japanese use, but I believe that chlorophyl tablets
have been used for this purpose in the West.
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