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Posted by Mike on August 28, 2002 at 04:33:44:

In reply to: Nobody likes a pop quiz posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on August 28, 2002 at 03:36:53:

I've just kind of scanned through the posts about the microscope
tests. We all know that we can tell quite a bit about the quality of
a particular henna just by trying it. What purpose does this "quiz"
serve, except to point out what some people, especially POTENTIAL
CONSUMERS may consider to be defects in quality?

I remember reading that the test results had nothing to do with the
quality of stain......So as long as there are no chemicals or other
unsafe substances in the henna powder, WHAT DOES IT MATTER?

Consider this:
People buy cereals, flours, and grains everyday. These products all
contain bits and pieces of insects, etc... Why are they in there?
Because there is no ABSOLUTE clean way to process them that would be
economical. Wouldn't it make sense that henna powder would contain
things that the processing company didn't exactly want?

There is nothing wrong with self promotion CCJ, but when that self
promotion is at the expense of others, it may not be worth it.


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