Jamaican bat guano soup, anyone?

While garden show presenters who can’t tell the difference between cannabis and cabbage would probably do better sticking to alcohol, I’m intrigued to note that healthcare scammers, All Nutritional Supplements, are advertising bags of Jamaican bat guano, apparently for human use. (Yes, it’ll also do wonders for your cabbages, although the Scots may want to deep-fry it first.)

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Last updated 04/02/2004

This post pre-dates my organ-grinding days, and may be imported from elsewhere.

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