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    lol, im sure it would taste great! lol, the nectar has no representation of the way the vegitable (it is a vegatible right?) tastes.

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    I also enjoy prickly pear and saguaro honey, they are good.

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    I love cacti fruit!

    Avacado is a fruit. So are cukes, squash, tomato, and peppers.

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    Ahhh! I got an infection because of an ingrown hair on my elbow and my doctor said that It might be because of honey, because the bacteria that currently resides in my body is also found in honey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]that's crap.

    an ingrown hair irritates the skin and causes a local reaction. the irritated tissue can abscess. typically, the abscess will be very small and contain a batch of white cells that have rushed to the area to fend off the irritation. usually pressure will build and the offending intruder will be expelled with what we call "puss". same thing happens with splinters etc. if the offending item is not expelled, the body will try to wall it off and build scar tissue around it.

    SOMETIMES the area will get infected. this usually happens because the hair, splinter, etc. has taken some bacteria into the wound with it.

    if your friend had put honey ON it, it might have gotten better faster! honey has antibacterial properties. they are similar to hydrogen peroxide, but much milder.
    from a friend

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    My doctor said that the only reason why honey has somewhat of antibacterial properties because it has quite a bit of dead bacteria which prepare your immune system for a bacterial infection, but they do infact contain live organism in most cases.

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    50% of all doctors finished in the bottom half of their class.

    http://members.tripod.com/~Bee_Mann/antibac.html

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