The sap of an Amazonian tree with truly amazing medicinal properties. I wouldn't believe the claims made for this, but for the fact that years ago I was in Amazonian Ecuador, and got fairly severe rope burns on both hands. A guy we were working with nicked a tree with his machete and told me to spread the sap on my wounds. It dried into an almost plastic-like protective coating, and my hands healed far faster than I expected, especially considering the heat and conditions we were in.
Nov 18, 2008
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