Aug 14, 2019

Repairing Broken Bones with Eggshells

Eggshells Repairing Bones
Eggshells can enhance the growth of new, strong bones needed in medical procedures, a team of UMass Lowell researchers has discovered (article)
Through the innovative process, crushed eggshells are inserted into a hydrogel mixture that forms a miniature frame to grow bone in the laboratory to be used for bone grafts. To do so, bone cells would be taken from the patient's body, introduced into this substance and then cultivated in an incubator before the resulting new bone is implanted into the patient.

Eggshells Fixing Bone damage
How crushed eggshells could help repair bone damage (article)
Soon, the phrase "walking on eggshells" may gain a positive new meaning thanks to researchers from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In their new study, which they conducted both in vitro and in a rat model, they showed how crushed eggshells could be the way forward in fixing bone damage.

Repairing Bones With Eggshells Could eggshells help to grow and heal bones? (article)
Eggshells can enhance the growth of new, strong bones needed in medical procedures, a team of UMass Lowell researchers has discovered.

The technique developed by UMass Lowell could one day be applied to repair bones in patients with injuries due to aging, accidents, cancer and other diseases or in military combat, according to Assistant Prof. Gulden Camci-Unal, who is leading the study.

Repair Bones With Eggshells
Eggshells Help Scientists Grow, Heal Bones For Faster Repair (article)
A research team from the University of Massachusetts Lowell discovered that eggshells can be used to enhance the growth of new, strong bones. They suggest that the new process may soon help repair bones in patients with injuries due to aging, accidents, cancer and other diseases.



See Also:
Vaccines That Contain Dairy
Ear Drops That Contain Nuts
Throat Sprays That Contain Nuts
Nasel Products Containing Nut Oils
Respirator Kits That Contain Banana Oil
Chest Rubs With Nut Oils
Nasel Products Containing Nut Oils
Poison Ivy Treatments That Have Nut Oils
Hemmorrhoid Treatments Containing Nuts
Cold Sore Treatments That Contain Nuts
Wart Treatments Made With Nut Oils

May 16, 2019

Condoms Being Sold in Hazelnuts

Condoms Sold in Hazelnuts, this is NOT an excuse not to use a condom.

Novelty Item
Condom In A Nutshell
Yes! It's a Real Condom Inside A Real Hazelnut!
These nuts look so real, your friends won't be able to tell the difference. Fun at parties, work, or just about anywhere. Get them to crack it open and out pops a REAL CONDOM!!

Hazelnuts wit Condoms Inside
The Nutman's Nuts
Your friends will be amazed when they break one open because every hazelnut has a real condom inside it! These nuts look as though they have not been altered and are proven to fool everyone. Get your Nuts today!

Joke Item
CONDOM NUT--PACKAGE OF TWO
One of the CRAZIEST THINGS YOU'LL EVER SEE! Yup-it's a REAL condom inside a REAL hazelnut! Two per package. These nuts look so normal, your friends won't be able to tell the difference. Fun at parties, work, or just about anywhere. Offer them to friends as "rubber nuts" that come from "rubber trees." Then you tell them to make a wish, crack the nut and their wish will come true. Get them to crack it open and out pops a real condom! (Due to the cracking of the nut, the condoms are not to be used for birth control!)

Condom
Manforse Condoms makes hazelnut flavoured condoms, not sure if they contain real hazelnuts.

Google patent Putting condom in a nut shell
Condom in a nut novelty

See Also
Milk in Condoms
Acne Treatments That Contain Nuts
After Tattoo Products That Contain Nuts
Henna Tattoo products Tat Contain Nuts

May 3, 2019

Milk in Condoms

A number of articles have talked about milk in condoms, yet condom manufactures are not required to list ingredients on condoms, including milk. A number of vegan condoms are on the market, milk allergy is NOT an excuse not to wear a condom. several brands of oral birth control contain lactose, the sugar found in milk.

Listen Up, Lactose Intolerant People: There's Dairy in Condoms

Wait, What?! Most Condoms On The Market Aren't Vegan
Facts About Condom Additives

11 Un-Sexy Chemicals Lurking in Condoms

Gluten-Free Condoms Are Now Available, But Are They Really Necessary?

See Also:
Bras Made From Allergens
Milk in Your Bed

For Nut Allergic:
Personal and Adult Products That Have Nuts in Them
Vaginal Cream containing Nut Oil
Stimulating Gel Containing Nut Oil
Genital Wart Treatment Containing Nut Oil

Feb 28, 2019

De-Icing Products That Contain Corn

Deicing Fluid
Environmentally Sustainable Deicing Fluid
The world’s first de-icing fluid produced from a 100% biological glycol is called DF Sustain and is made by UK-based, market-leader Kilfrost. One key ingredient is DFSustain is Susterra® propanediol, which replaces traditional crude oil in the glycol production process. We reveal how DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products created Susterra® from sustainable corn sugar sources, helping to manufacture a deicing fluid that works in extreme cold temperatures while simultaneously reducing energy usage and carbon emissions in its manufacture and operation.

Liquid Deicer
ProMelt Ultra - Liquid Deicer, Anti-Icing
ProMelt Ultra 1000 inhibited is a high performance de-icing liquid made from a refined corn carbohydrate derivative blended with magnesium chloride. It is a versatile anti-icing, de-icing and pre-wetting agent that delivers unparalleled performance in colder environments.

Safer Roadways
A sustainable solution for safer roadways (article)
In the mid-1990s, a new kind of deicing product appeared in the marketplace. Used in conjunction with a conventional deicer to lower the freezing temperature and prevent ice from forming, this new deicer was renewable: it was made from the corn sugars that are a byproduct of ethanol and alcohol production.

Liquid De-Icers
Liquid De-Icers
This blend of Caliber® de-icer with 30% MgCl2. Caliber® de-icer is derived from corn carbohydrates and is specifically engineered to enhance the eutectic point, anti-icing properties and viscosity of the MgCl2. Caliber® de-icer inhibits corrosion and suppresses crystal formation within the MgCl2.

De-Icing Roads
How It Works: Road salt and de-icing (article)
Sugar beets aren’t the only agricultural product to make their way to the asphalt. Some other options, either experimental or in use by some jurisdictions, include pickle juice, spent mash from beer or alcohol production, sugar cane juice, corn syrup and leftover salty brine from soft cheeses. We may never eliminate road salt entirely, but anything that cuts down on it is a welcome change.

See Also:

Brooms Made From Corn
Corn Burning Stoves and Heaters
De-Icing Roads With Products Made From Milk