Re: Castor Bean Seeds

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Posted by Judy Lukancic on January 29, 2003 at 09:25:04:

In Reply to: Re: Castor Bean Seeds posted by MaryAnn on January 08, 2003 at 07:06:28:

: : : Help! I'm trying to locate sources for the various strains of Castor Beans. Would like to buy seeds. Years ago they seemed to be readily available.

: : : Tnanks!

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: : Duh? You people are shipping and sharing a posionous product across the globe with people you know nothing about, nor their intent. Have any of you ever seen a yellow caution light, perhaps a red stop light? Knock, knock, anybody at home?

Hello,is anybody home?All parts of the castor bean plant are highly poisonous!!!Seeds, leaves,and roots are capable of killing humans and animals.The seeds of this plant is the ingredient in the "RICIN" chemicals found in England.My question-are you a terrorist?You need to stay away from this plant,especially if you have children or wildlife you cherish and love

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