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: ) Excellent advice.

More healing in raw plant foods than any prescription you would get over the counter!!! Mask symptoms until serious disease results. Grow your own health... and do it organically.

I had JUST finished reading this article when saw this post! Haha.... http://drbass.com/disease-cure.html
 
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I love this, would like to see more "farmacies" around
 
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Speaking of cucumbers: I work nights and my favorite pick-me-up (no, dont go there) is a cucumber. Eat all except one or two slices for an energy boost. Use the two slices to rub all over your face and don't wash it off. Feels great and gives you great skin.
 
moose poop looks like football shaped elk poop. About the size of this tiny ad:
Heat your home with the twigs that naturally fall of the trees in your yard
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