"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious." - Albert Einstein
Posted 21 May 2013 - 12:59 PM
A plant first used over 30,000 years ago could prove vital in the fight against resistant infections.
The Scotsman said:
Flax absorbs some light-sensitive dyes with a greater capacity than the most commonly used material, cotton. After stimulation with red light, the dyes produce reactive oxygen species (ROS) that kill bacteria.
I am Junior Chubb, son of the Chubb, father of Chubb III
Posted 22 May 2013 - 10:20 AM
Mbyte, on 21 May 2013 - 03:15 PM, said:
If they could look into cannabis now that would be great
Sounds great, I will get round to it tomorrow...
"The Chubb's are a clan of miscreants, a bunch of evildoers, bad eggs and villains. They were formed in the early 17th century when Junior Chubb's Great-great-great-great (etc.) -Grandfather Artemis Chubb (who was also the town drunk) wed with fishwife Mildred Boffle (who was also the town 'lady of the night'). From that day forth, their descendants have caused havoc throughout the world, from Abdul-Hakin Chubb of the UAE and Vladislav Chubb of Russia, to Chang-ying Chubb of China and Alvaro Chubb of Argentina, and of course, the one and only Junior Chubb." - WillSoMysterious 2012