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The POPULARITY of the COCONUT reaches ALL-TIME HIGH!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 16413797:MV8yMDY2NTUxXzM0NzgxMTY3XzQ1MUM1QTA2] [quote:Person445:MV8yMDY2NTUxXzM0Nzc4OTQwXzE4MDUyNEM0] [quote:AtsuiPanda:MV8yMDY2NTUxXzM0Nzc4OTE2XzhDMTE3NUI0] Blood? [/quote] Coconut Water has been heavily advertised on the market for a while now (not to be mixed up with Coconut Milk) as a hot health-drink, but did you know that it has the SAME electrolyte balance as our blood plasma? Coconut Water is one of the biggest sources of electrolytes out there and is almost identical in composition to human blood plasma. In fact, during the Pacific War, coconut water (taken straight from a coconut, it acts as a universal donor) was used as emergency blood plasma transfusions to wounded soldiers. Apparently, this is still done in some third world countries. Wild, right? Since coconut water is always nestled into a coconut, it is always sterile and ready to drink (or inject), because the layers of the coconut act as a filter. (Disclaimer: these are facts about what some people do in EMERGENCY situations, mainly in the past. In today's world, coconut water is around for us to rejuvenate our blood with electrolytes by drinking it.) http://www.styleandwisdom.com/2012/03/is-coconut-water-similar-to-human-blood.html [/quote] My Dad told me this too. It was also later confirmed by my uncle. But seriously, this is correct and I have a newfound love of coconut water. [/quote]
Wherever you go nowadays a cococut-related product is sure to be there. You can drink it, eat it, fry with it and even use it for blood. Yes, coconuts are the hippest thing sinse texas hold-em. But unlike the fine art of poker playing, coconuts are no bluff, they're the real thing.
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