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Camel Or Horse Crap Good For Disentery!

Post by Kenny Croxdale » Mon Nov 30, 2009 7:53 pm

I saw that eating Camel or Horse Crap cured disentery on TV the other day. I found it hard to believe. So, I looked it up.

IT'S TRUE!

Once the good hygienic Germans finally recovered from the shock of seeing the Arab natives gulping down warm camel dung, they quickly realized that there must be something in the dung that somehow counteracted the harmful bacteria that caused the dysentery. They questioned the Arabs, who told them that they had no idea why it worked, but that their fathers had always done so, as had their forefathers, and it had always worked. The only caveat was that the camel or horse dung had to be ingested while still warm and fresh, because it had no effect on the dysentery if ingested cold. http://www.rense.com/general4/bac.htm
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Post by Jungledoc » Mon Nov 30, 2009 10:22 pm

Kenny, this is the first time I've ever suspected you of trying to feed us crap! :lol: :lol:

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Post by Stephen Johnson » Mon Nov 30, 2009 11:44 pm

In the unlikely event that I get dysentery, I'll pass on this cure. Better to be sick than to be walking around with a s--t-eating grin. :lol:

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Post by Jungledoc » Tue Dec 01, 2009 7:16 am

Don't most people assume that "natural is better"? What can be more natural than camel dung? None of this artificial manufactured medicine for me, just lead me to the nearest camel farm.

I'll bet that whatever benefit that you can actually get this way comes from bacteria in the ingested feces replacing missing bacteria from the intestine of the person with dysentary. Still, my dysentary would have to be pretty bad before you could convince me!

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Post by Kenny Croxdale » Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:40 am

Jungledoc wrote:Don't most people assume that "natural is better"? What can be more natural than camel dung? None of this artificial manufactured medicine for me, just lead me to the nearest camel farm.
Jungledoc,

Fortunately, I can help you. I own a camel farm.

Please provide me with you credit card number and you'll get your camel.
I'll bet that whatever benefit that you can actually get this way comes from bacteria in the ingested feces replacing missing bacteria from the intestine of the person with dysentary. Still, my dysentary would have to be pretty bad before you could convince me!
For the first 10,000 orders place, I will include at NO CHARGE, a bottle of catsup. Problem solved.

Ok, back to reality. Have you heard of things like this before. I am still baffled by it.

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Post by Matt Z » Tue Dec 01, 2009 5:46 pm

Doesn't horse and camel dung contain ecoli?

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Post by hoosegow » Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:10 pm

Supposedly it has something to do with bacillus subtilis. Apparently you can buy it I assume made in a lab.

http://www.pharmacy1010.com/bactisubtil.html

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Post by Jungledoc » Wed Dec 02, 2009 7:07 am

I just wrote a long, erudite, witty essay in response to this, highlighted a big part of it, typed something accidentally which replaced the part that I'd highlighted with a single character, and there is no 'undo' that I can find.

Yes, all feces contains e. coli, most of which is not harmful.

I have heard of infusing human feces into the GI tract of humans to try to replace lost colonic bacteria, but I have no idea if it is considered good practice by anyone. If anything about camel or horse dung that cures dysentery, I'd guess it's the bacteria, including e. coli.

There. Short, and less than witty, but it's all I can do now.

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Post by Kenny Croxdale » Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:48 am

hoosegow wrote:Supposedly it has something to do with bacillus subtilis. Apparently you can buy it I assume made in a lab.

http://www.pharmacy1010.com/bactisubtil.html
Hoosegow,

Sound like you're SPAMMING and drumming up business for youself.

Ok...I assume there are two choices:

Hoosegow's Canned Camel Crap

or

Hoosegow's Canned Horse Crap.

Please notify me of the following: Cost of each product, cost of shipping and is a FREE bottle of catsup included with each order.

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Post by Kenny Croxdale » Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:53 am

Jungledoc wrote:I just wrote a long, erudite, witty essay in response to this, highlighted a big part of it, typed something accidentally which replaced the part that I'd highlighted with a single character, and there is no 'undo' that I can find.

Yes, all feces contains e. coli, most of which is not harmful.
Jungledoc,

I didn't realize the some e. coli was not harmful.
I have heard of infusing human feces into the GI tract of humans to try to replace lost colonic bacteria, but I have no idea if it is considered good practice by anyone. If anything about camel or horse dung that cures dysentery, I'd guess it's the bacteria, including e. coli.
So, is this true of only camel and horse crap? Would any kind of crap work from any "other" source? (Human, duck, goat, etc?)

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Post by Jebus » Wed Dec 02, 2009 11:52 am

Anyone here seen Bear Gyrlls drink the fluids fom elephant dung? lol

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Post by Rik-Blades » Wed Dec 02, 2009 12:26 pm

Jungledoc wrote:I just wrote a long, erudite, witty essay in response to this, highlighted a big part of it, typed something accidentally which replaced the part that I'd highlighted with a single character, and there is no 'undo' that I can find.
For future reference, CTRL and Z will undo (even if you cant find one) sorry if this information comes a little late :green:

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Post by hoosegow » Wed Dec 02, 2009 7:39 pm

No, not spamming and there is only one type of dung I can supply fresh, though I don't think you would want it. I'm finding out all kinds of interesting crap this week.

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Post by pdellorto » Wed Dec 02, 2009 8:17 pm

Hoose, I fixed your last line for you.
I'm finding all kinds of crap interesting this week.
There, all better.

See, all of you now know why your dogs are digging around in the cat box. Dysentery cure.

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