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  1. i have an Aloe Vera house plant, and some times parts get broken off on accident or for some other reason, i was wondering if the sap inside the plant is beneficial for the fish's slime coat. i know several conditioners and products use aloe vera, or at least claim to use to help repair and heal damaged scales or slime coat. i just wanted to know if i can use the plant in the form i have it (just by extracting the sap from the plant, like squeezing/milking the plant}. or do i have to treat or process the sap in some way, so its not toxic or harmful to my fish. thanks.
  2. Stumbled across this article and just found it interesting. It talks about how snails could be used as income for some African farmers. Take that for your snail-hate, Dean! Lol jk http://nation.africa//favicon-16x16.png You can make good income by rearing snails, researcher says | Nation NATION.AFRICA Slime extracted from the snails is used to make skincare products such as body lotions and soaps.
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