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Old 06-09-2011, 06:07 AM #41
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Let's talk about aloe and saponins. Kind of like saying bacteria. What saponins and what specifically does each specific type do? It does not provide anything else of any importance at any significant amount.
There are far better sources for what it does have. It is redundant and pointless.
Do your own f*cking research. Your silly games are interesting up to a point.

Entertain others - start a thread titled "Stuff I Thunk About' and go for it.

You're welcome.

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Old 06-09-2011, 06:12 AM #42
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It is good for sunburns too with astringent properties for wound healing.

What harm will it do to plants? Easy enough to slice the end off a sword and squeeze into the watering can just for trying it out yourself.
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I already kept an aloe plant in my house for many reasons before I could figure out I could use it for something in the garden as well. But I can understand how someone like h.h. can rationalize it's usefulness away if he sees other products he can buy that are cheaper that can do the same thing in his garden. I am just more of a farmer at heart because when I like a plant it becomes part of my family and you always got your family's back.
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so if i get my aloe plant and boil it up i can add it to my feed in soil, love that im on it. is there anything u cant use a aloe for.
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is there anything u cant use a aloe for.
Never heard somebody had smoked it.
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I already kept an aloe plant in my house for many reasons before I could figure out I could use it for something in the garden as well. But I can understand how someone like h.h. can rationalize it's usefulness away if he sees other products he can buy that are cheaper that can do the same thing in his garden. I am just more of a farmer at heart because when I like a plant it becomes part of my family and you always got your family's back.
What I can't rationalize is buying aloe for the garden. I have a half dozen or so plants myself. If you want to pick it and try it, it doesn't seem to do harm. I'm just as well off picking tree leaves.
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thanks to everyone for contributing!

i obviously need to get cultivating, since it seems like everyone agrees that fresh is better. my landlord might have a few growing around the property. does anyone know how to propagate them?

redneck - that was beautiful man. i totally feel the same way.
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the surest way to propagate aloe is dividing the crown.

i've rooted a leaf in soil before.
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they will set out babies at the base like most succulents, pull one out and plant it in the ground - it'll root eventually, even quicker if you bring some of the underground part with it
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