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[Cob] Mineralized wood- Borax toxicityShody Ryon qi4u at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 4 15:39:53 PDT 2009
Interesting. I do not see much noted between organic and inorganic forms of boron. I think it is possible that the organic form, the way I am using the term is with a carbon molecule attached, commonly done by a plant, and inorganic, meaning no carbon molecule attached, might be very different, hence the explanation in the article about it being ok to eat it vegetables. Perhaps borax, opposed to boron, would not be absorbed by a plant. I know very little about chemistry and these observation may be incorrect. When working with borate cellulose insulation, I have noticed that I feel uncomfortable, due to borate exposure, I assume. However, I was assured in the past, by helda clark's (the cure for all cancer) assertion that it was a good general purpose cleaner and body wash for those dealing with possible terminal illnesses that I have viewed it as a temporary irritant and inconvenience. Other lists have suggested sinking logs in water, such as a mineral rich lake or ocean, for years. the wood absorbs minerals and is rot resistant, as I understand it. I think if the wood is exposed to alternating wet and dry conditions, this does not work. Obviously many people do not plan years in advance for their need for mineralized wood. Shody
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