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Response to the Dehydrated Hedge Apple Queries

Robert Ellis writes:
I have an interest in the health aspect of the Hedge Apple. Published research papers on its attributes for specific testing, as well as results against various diseases can be found on the national institute of health dot gov website.

I would suggest anyone curious about any health benefits derived from consuming the Apple to FIRST look at those research papers as well as other internet websites for more information.

I might add that the University of Iowa published an article in 1997 (and is posted on the web) stating that they, as well as several other states have declared the hedge apple is non poisonous. - Robert Ellis
About: - Mystery: What do you do with dehydrated hedgeapple???



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