Coumadin (warfarin) is the active ingredient in rat poison. That being said, Coumadin is dosed, for humans, in a manner which prevents blood clotting (especially for those at risk), and does not act as a poison at the therapeutic dosage level. (However, when rats ingest the high concentrations of warfarin in rat poison, they bleed to death, internally.)
Rat poison IS coumadin.
A few days to a week will do it. The poison is actually a potent blood thinner (warfarin - the same thing as Coumadin), so they bleed internally and that's what kills them.
The chemical warfarin is a blood-thinning agent (trademark name Coumadin) also used as rat poison.
heparin is a blood thinner. Just like Coumadin, both are made from Warfarin, which is basically rat poison
Vitamin K is the main antidote for coumadin. Coumadin (sold as Warfarin), is used as a blood thinner and as rat poison. It interferes with the body's use of vitamin K, so increasing vitamin K would counteract it in the case of an overdose or poisoning.
Yes, one type of rat poison, sodium warfarin, also known as Coumadin, Jantoven, Marevan, Lawarin, and Waran, is routinely prescribed as a blood thinner to patients with heart disease and other illnesses.
One example of this is Coumadin (Warfarin). This anti-coagulation drug was first developed as a rat poison. It would cause the rat to excessively bleed, thus this is how it killed them. Later they determined if they can get the dosing right, it can be used for patients who have clotting disorders.
Black rat poison.
To kill the pigeons with rat poison, you will have to poison their food with the rat poison. You can poison the water that the pigeons drink and the cereals that the pigeons eat.
No, rat poison will not kill roaches. Rat poison is designed to stop blood clotting and the rat dies from internal bleeding.
Barium is used for rat poison.
There is no rat poison in toothpaste. Never.