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Brumas
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Good Evening All. Let’s try an aerial view. click here

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Bingalau

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It always amazes me how many of us are "Mines of useless information"...

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Aitchbee

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Stinging nettles were brought to Britain by the Roman legions. They rubbed their joints with them to relieve the pain of arthritis.

According to QI: fact of the day. http://www.qi.com/

I might try it on my right knee, or am I being a bit rash?

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morddwyd

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Of course they brought nettles.

They brought them to feed their rabbits which they also introduced!

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Aitchbee

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morddwyd - Bugsius Bunnius, known locally as Bugs Bunny, was a little-known 'nettle Centurian'.Some relics exist.

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