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Jan 03, 2018 18:55 |  #6481

This product seems a bit odd to people in North America. Apparently made with real placentas.

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Jan 03, 2018 19:10 |  #6482

"... all natural ingredients." Is there another kind of placenta?

Also, do they buy them for use in their cream? From the hospitals or individuals? How does that work? How much can one get for a placenta???

So many questions from a North American.


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Jan 03, 2018 19:26 |  #6483

icopus wrote in post #18532818 (external link)
"... all natural ingredients." Is there another kind of placenta?

Also, do they buy them for use in their cream? From the hospitals or individuals? How does that work? How much can one get for a placenta???

So many questions from a North American.

I suppose there could be factory produced or, heaven forbid, GMO placenta. ;-)a

Being from the USA, this was my first encounter with this stuff. I think they use sheep placenta.




  
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Capn Jack wrote in post #18532827 (external link)
I suppose there could be factory produced or, heaven forbid, GMO placenta. ;-)a

Being from the USA, this was my first encounter with this stuff. I think they use sheep placenta.

Australian sheep or substandard cheap China sheep?  :p


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Jan 04, 2018 18:12 |  #6485

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Australian sheep or substandard cheap China sheep?  :p

Maybe imported from New Zealand, closer than China and maybe save the shipping costs. :-)




  
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Jan 04, 2018 18:43 |  #6486

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Maybe imported from New Zealand, closer than China and maybe save the shipping costs. :-)

Good. No GMO fed sheep there. :-)


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Jan 04, 2018 18:45 |  #6487

icopus wrote in post #18533572 (external link)
Good. No GMO fed sheep there. :-)

And the sheep aren't GMO either! :twisted: :eek:




  
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Jan 04, 2018 19:06 |  #6488

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And the sheep aren't GMO either! :twisted: :eek:

Well, sure. Everybody knows the only good sheep are non-GMO sheep from New Zealand. ;-)a


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Jan 07, 2018 15:19 |  #6489

Next door, you are a customer. Here, you are an idea.

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Jan 22, 2018 18:10 |  #6490

The sign itself isn't the amusement, but the "rainmaker" sitting on the sign.
I wonder if that bird helps create dry-cleaning business?

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Feb 01, 2018 11:58 |  #6492

How do you milk an almond?

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Feb 03, 2018 05:21 as a reply to  @ garryknight's post |  #6493

You’d have to be nuts to try.


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Feb 03, 2018 07:22 as a reply to  @ garryknight's post |  #6494

I tried a sample of that stuff in a store one time.

I almost yakked on the floor.

I see what you did there, Ian. ;-)a


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Feb 05, 2018 11:08 |  #6495

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