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Posted by Ezekiel Barnabas on January 10, 2002 08:12:32 UTC


I do think honey as an "old age remedy" quite used by many knowledge seekers long ago. It is just that the units combination/mixture or fusion that do pretty much collaborate its "neutralization" with other natural chemicals. Such as the water used as a part of fusion to associate it with the "physical intake" of the human being, quite different from the bee itself. However, I do believe honey as an escape into all medicational purposes. It is just that we are to find its association with other chemicals so the chemicals can burst the inner capabilities of the many functions of the honey.

In your sense of the chaos the honey would bring to the users (brain enhancer), there is a slight reaction to being "too alerted" and a hail of an astonishing/slight capability of calculation with just the use of the brain. But there are specific honeys for which its use are quite auspicious.

In another sense, I would ascribe the possibility that it prescribes to our life philosophy into being disciplined and greeting our possibilities of being maturely organized in a social appearance. But my life philosophy is to the fact of idolising insects for its unique "micro-chip" mind (?)

A tip.

It is important to note that taking the water+honey mixture must be taken above or below 10 cups to make the reaction fuse your brain chemicals. It depends on your own appropriate dose. Then only you will find the math fuel quite cunning.

Ezekiel .]+

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