Mr. Bush is correct. How many of us know what true anphlactic shock looks like? Moreover, how many of us know what the risks are of treating a condition that we are not qualified to diagnose? Unless I were a trained healthcare provider, I would hesitate to treat a medical condition that I could not reliably diagnose with an extemely potent medication that has side effects that I do not understand. Ephinephrine or any other medication in sufficient doses are to be used with caution. One cannot use a medicince causatiously unless one understands the risks of the medications. This post does not apply to thosee who know what they are doing, only to those of us who think that they do but do really do not.