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[at-l] Addresses?

>Hey folks,
>I'm trying to find the addresses for Growler and Mogo, hikers from this
>summer. Can anyone help?
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From:          "Amy Friends" <coelura@hotmail.com>
Date:          Mon, 21 Dec 1998 15:07:44 PST
Subject:       [at-l] Tooth powder recipe
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For what it's worth I got this from my "Home Made Best Made" 
book.  I'm typing it exactly as written there... There are also 
recipes for toothpaste and mouthwash, etc.  I called my local 
pharmacy (a one-store type; haven't tried the chains yet) but 
they didn't carry calcium carbonate powder...

Cinnamon mint tooth powder
Peppermint and cinnamon essential oils in this tooth powder 
help to relieve the discomfort of sensitive teeth.  Simply 
dip a toothbrush into the powder, wet slightly, and clean 
your teeth, paying particular attention to chewing surfaces 
and the gum line.

13 tablespoons calcium carbonate (from a pharmacy)
4 tablespoons baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
25 drops peppermint essential oil
12 drops cinnamon essential oil

You will need a food processor or blender, a spoon and a 
sterilized, widemouthed 10-ounce glass jar with a tight fitting lid.
1 - Place all the ingredients in the processor or blender and 
blend for 1 minute to combine well.  Set aside to allow the 
powder to settle.
2 - Spoon the powder into the jar and store in a bathroom 
cabinet.  It keeps well if the lid is always replaced after use.

makes about 10 ounces

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all you keep's the getting there.
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