Blackening Spice, the spice that killed people, is back in the news

A new batch of blackening spices made from the deadly plant that killed thousands of people in the Middle East is back on the market, sparking fears the drug could once again kill people in countries that have been affected by the pandemic.

The deadly compound, which contains blackening agents that can make the skin blister and cause skin ulcers, is still banned by many countries.

But a group of researchers is testing a new batch, dubbed Blackening II, that is said to be less toxic.

Blackening powder, the researchers said in a statement, has the ability to kill even the most powerful of bacteria.

The drug, which has been used in many cultures, including Muslims, has been sold in countries from South Africa to China.

The U.S. government is investigating the use of the new powder.

Blacken II is made from a mixture of the blackening agent and a salt called tetracycline.

The compound is added to a liquid and then dried.

The researchers said the drug, once it is injected into the body, has a half-life of about five hours.

The Drug Enforcement Administration said it was working with researchers to determine how the drug behaves when it’s injected in the body.

“We’re monitoring the safety and effectiveness of this product and will make recommendations to Congress,” the DEA said in an email to Reuters.

The agency has not publicly released a list of countries where the drug is banned.

Officials with the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, which studies the use and misuse of drugs in developing countries, said it has no information on the efficacy of the product in humans.

The WHO says the drug was used in Iran in 2011.

The Iranian government said the new drug does not contain the dangerous blackening-spice compounds, known as the coronavirus, and did not contain any new coronaviruses.

But the WHO says a similar compound is already on the global market.

The group said there was no evidence of its use in human subjects.

In an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” WHO Director-General Kofi Annan said that although there is no evidence that coronaviral disease has been caused by coronavirosts, it was still concerned that there is a need for more research into how these substances might be used.