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Lithium is an element named after the Nirvana song of that name. It is found naturally in batteries and in large coal mines, buried underneath the supply of dinosaur bones.
Uses for Lithium[edit | edit source]
If you drink it in a glass of water (powdered up of course), it can cause a nice bubbly feeling to your insides, namely, that they will explode. Also, rubbing lithium on your skin can cure various diseases caused by too much exposure to logic.
It can also cure cancer according to Yogi Bear.
Controversy over lithium use[edit | edit source]
The National Council of Elements has considered restricting access to lithium to only 2oz/58 grams per person, leading to protests worldwide as people with exploded insides talk about how they can't use it anymore.