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Tuberose

tuberose

(Science: botany) A plant (Polianthes tuberosa) with a tuberous root and a liliaceous flower. It is much cultivated for its beautiful and fragrant white blossoms.

Origin: Cf. G. Tuberose, F. Tubereuse, NL. Polianthes tuberosa. See Tuberous.


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... reactions in our cells like ionizing radiation--but it does affect human health." there is more here: Are we being transformed? ha ha http://tuberose.com/Electromagnetic_Fields.html Skytroll

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A remedy for accidental ingestion of a heavy metal ....

From this website http://tuberose.com/Metal_Detoxification.html. One clue could be the high protein content of eggs. Heavy metals such as lead (and i guess mercury also) bind to sulphur on proteins and inactivates them. If you take a ...

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