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  1. Back in the day I found that about 15 minutes on the lower level of the engine room between the main boiler feed pumps pretty much did the trick. The temperature was around 130 – as was the humidity – and you got the poison out of your system pretty fast. Your sweat was probably flammable so the best advice was not to smoke during the process. I was told by a former Marine aviator who flew Corsairs in Korea that another good cure was to breathe 100% oxygen for five or ten minutes. Since either method would be hard to find outside of certain military circles, the best we can do is suffer in dignity and take comfort in the thought that we’ve killed off whatever might ail us.

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