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Re: Kitty's mites now neem

Not any more!

Seriously, woman who lived across the street, and had a neem tree in her yard, gave it to me. It's made by some outfit in Minnesota. Contains cornmeal, honey, and neem oil. Nice soap, but it smells, well, different.

The neighbor [she's since moved away, but the tree's still there--nice looking, too; there are actually two or three of them in the neighborhood] was really into neem. She drank tea made from the leaves. Even brushed her teeth with twigs. She downloaded and printed an 80-page neem manual, which she gave a copy of to me with the soap.

On Saturday, May 8, 2004, at 09:44 AM, Kitty wrote:

Jim are YOU infested with mites?

Island Jim Southwest Florida Zone 10 27.0 N, 82.4 W

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