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  • MAXINE TROTTIER
    I have learned since the beginning of this that there are some natural sunscreening abilities in oils. Sunflower oil might have been one used. Max Maxine
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 28, 1999
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      I have learned since the beginning of this that there are some natural
      sunscreening abilities in oils. Sunflower oil might have been one
      used.

      Max
      Maxine Trottier
      maxitrot@...
      http://www.execulink.com/~maxitrot/maxine.htm
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Zorniak <zorniak@...>
      To: War of 1812 Onelist <Warof1812@onelist.com>
      Sent: 28 September 1999 18:30
      Subject: [WarOf1812] Sunsreen


      > From: Zorniak <zorniak@...>
      >
      >
      > I had better duck....but
      >
      > I cannot remember if this one was on one of the postings, bur here
      it
      > goes...
      >
      > A natural sunscreen is found on Poplar trees. This has been used by
      > Aboriginals for ... (well you can fill in the number of years). The
      > Poplar has a dusty white deposit on the side which is not in direct
      > sunlight. This deposit (according to a naturalist...not the please
      put
      > those clothes back on type) was and still is used in the Aboriginal
      > community. He could not comment on the SPF factor, but really when
      was
      > the last time you saw a Poplar tree with a sunburn?
      >
      > Bye the bye the Cree/Ojibway word for this tee is equivalent to "old
      > woman's tongue" (no offense here, please) largely due to the
      constant
      > rustling noise the leaves make in any breeze.
      >
      > I will now produce a smoke screen and duck for cover because of my
      sun
      > screen submission.
      >
      > Don Zorniak
      > Rgt de Watteville
      >
      > aka: "north western" species of redcoat (Jim Y and Andrew B know
      what I
      > am talking about)
      >
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