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What can I do with this pill-machine?

Asked by unused_bagels (1742 points ) July 5th, 2011

We have a ton of pills leftover from dehydrating/encapsulating my son’s placenta for my wife’s consumption (look it up :D ) and I’m kind of a DIY food and nutrition kinda guy. What’s something inexpensive and healthy I can do with my pill machine now?

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SpatzieLover's avatar

Save up grape and grapefruit seeds and make your own seed extract pills? I think you can do the same with poppy-seeds you can look that up…I don’t want to look up placenta encapsulation for certain ;)

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Judi's avatar

There are lots of essential oils that can be consumed. I don’t want to spam, so if tour interested in a link that sells them and defines which are consumable, PM me. I am a distributor.

Lightlyseared's avatar

Have another baby.

wundayatta's avatar

Sell it on eBay.

unused_bagels's avatar

@wundayatta I only paid $13 for it.

Kayak8's avatar

It’s a great way to get garlic onboard without eating it…

WestRiverrat's avatar

Keep it, you never know what nasty tasting stuff you will have to force down your kid’s gullet. Making it into a capsule may make it easier.

wundayatta's avatar

@unused_bagels If you have storage space for rarely used tools, put it there. Otherwise, throw it out. You’ve gotten what you needed from it. If you want to get some money back from it, then you could try to sell it on eBay, but in my mind, for that amount of money, it’s not worth the trouble. Unless you enjoy selling stuff on eBay.

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