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Re: American beautyberry

Thanks, Jim.  I've struggled with Lyme disease for about 18 years, so it
won't help me much, but it will be a great blessing to help others in this
deer-infested area.

In a message dated 01/26/2007 7:08:26 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:
Interesting story:

A granddad's tip--that folks in northeast Mississippi once used 
American beautyberry leaves to repel biting bugs--may help repel not 
only mosquitoes but also disease-spreading ticks. (1/26)


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