The transcripts of the Grand Jury testimonies about the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

Sure, oral is the worst. Anything that goes in your mouth goes to your stomach. It has a bunch of acids in there, it chews it up and then it goes to the liver. Once it is picked up by the blood, it goes into the liver. The liver chews it up as metabolism. So the oral would give you the least bang for the buck and probably take the longest because it has to be absorbed and metabolized and so son. When you inhale something it goes into your lungs, okay. And the heart blood goes from the right side to the lungs, to the left side and to the body, and goes to what is called the carotid arteries here in the aortic arch. So anything that goes in by inhalation gets up to the brain within like two, maybe three heartbeats. So it gets in and gives you a much quicker effect. Especially than oral.

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