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Old 04-18-2018, 06:27 PM #21
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I am not going to argue with you, I could care less if you agree or not!! If you want to eat it, then by all means! But for the savy folks who know better we won't eat it. Oh by the way most of soy is GMO now a days and that adds another twist, but I digress. Good luck!

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Of course you aren't going to argue with me, your entire argument is based on BS.

It's a real shocker that you're a GMO fearmonger, too. Apparently you're completely science illiterate.
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Old 04-19-2018, 02:00 AM #22
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Of course you aren't going to argue with me, your entire argument is based on BS.

It's a real shocker that you're a GMO fearmonger, too. Apparently you're completely science illiterate.


Peace Bro!

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Old 04-19-2018, 04:32 AM #23
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If soy is bothersome, lecithin can be obtained from sun flowers.

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Old 04-19-2018, 03:07 PM #24
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If soy is bothersome, lecithin can be obtained from sun flowers.

That's what I use, sunflower no soy!

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Old 08-20-2018, 11:38 AM #25
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Get outta here with this hogwash. Soy and soy lecithin are perfectly safe and healthy. The Japanese ate *primarily* soy for generations and they're some of the healthiest people on the planet.

You aren't a doctor, stop dispensing medical advice you picked up on InfoWars or whatever.

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If the Soy is GMO or hit with pesticides then it most certainly is not something any one can call safe. The Japanese weren't eating genetically modified soy for generations, nor was it hit with pesticides in that time. On the other hand, I personally use non-gmo soy lecithin daily for liposomal vitamin c and I can't say I've ever had problems with the non-gmo form. But every one should handle this on a personal basis since there are many, such as myself, who know first hand what it is like to like with food sensitivities such as thiols, salicylates, oxalates, and so forth. Castigate others when you have your argument together better.
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Stop spreading bogus fear-based medical advice. You are not a doctor.

https://www.drfuhrman.com/library/ea...yths-about-soy
So if some one is a doctor you think they are allowed to spread bogus fear-based medical advice? And that doctor's surname tells me all I need to know about that doctor's advice.
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Old 08-20-2018, 02:29 PM #27
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If the Soy is GMO or hit with pesticides then it most certainly is not something any one can call safe. The Japanese weren't eating genetically modified soy for generations, nor was it hit with pesticides in that time. On the other hand, I personally use non-gmo soy lecithin daily for liposomal vitamin c and I can't say I've ever had problems with the non-gmo form.

Non-GMO organic soy uses pesticides. *All* agriculture uses pesticides, including Japan back in the day.
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That's rad. I use 1 gram of high grade bubble hash or 1 Gram of other sourced concentrate to one ounce of oil. I bring it to 240 to 250 degrees for 45 mins. Or whenever all the bubbles stop and then bam. For the last 5 years or so that has been helping my friends and family with pain and shit like that by just rubbing it on the area for ten mins or so.
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I find many stomachs don't process the ground herb as easy as cornstartch.
You'll find toasted brown rice flour works just as well as cornstarch, and digests a lot easier for everyone. Corn is actually rather harmful to an amazing number of people. I expect 40-50 years from now the Corn-centric AG in the US will have spawned studies, documentaries and more on the harm it did to the country these last few decades of ours.


BRF also makes a nice thickener when cooking, with only needing a bit more than you would if using cornstarch.
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Old 08-24-2018, 07:14 PM #30
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Is the alcohol extraction just to get a cleaner starting point, hopefully resulting in an end product that doesnt stink of weed and being dark? Is there a big advantage beyond aesthetics with this method vs. just going straight from buds into coconut oil?
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