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The flesh of cut animals is as firm in two hours as that of stunned or felled animals in ten, and the latter indeed never attains the firmness of the former.'* Now the main reason for the better bleeding bv the shechita method is that during the whole time of bleed- ing the nerve centres regulating the flow of blood in the vessels are not interfered buy viagra toronto with. Whereas, in the case of stunning and particularly in the case of the neck stab with injury to the spinal cord, as in all other methods depending for their effect on injury of the brain, the case is altogether different, since, as Koch, W'ittkowsky, and others have proved scientifically, de- struction of the brain causes paralysis of the vaso- motor centres, and this paralysis in its turn would entail a stoppage of blood within the blood-vessels. The reason for the quicker rigor mortis, greater firm- ness, and hence more pronounced keeping qualities in cut meat is that a great and rapid loss of blood pro- motes the formation of lactic acid in the meat and de- creased alkalinity in what blood remains; or, to quote again from Dembo: " Keeping in mind that the blood forms an excellent nutrient medium for the lowest forms of vegetable life, that germs that buy viagra toronto have accident- ally found their way into it multiply with an extraor- dinary rapidity, that these micro-organisms cannot grow in acid tissue as well as they do in alkaline, and further remembering that in the Jewish method not only is less blood retained in the meat, but also the alkalinity of the blood retained lessened by more than half by the violent convulsions, and finally that the same convulsions viagra tablet jokes as well as rapid viagra tablet jokes bleeding consider- viagra tablet jokes ably advance and promote the formation of lactic a id; considering these facts it will be evident that no doubt whatever can be entertained as to the fact that the growth of micro-organisms will proceed (all other conditions buy viagra toronto being equal) much more slowly in the meat of animals killed in the manner of the shechita than in meat of those killed by any other method." 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