The Iowa Homemaker

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Chlorophyll, the same green color you see in grass on your lawn, in leaves of all plants, will soon be a much demanded drug in your medicine cabinet. Scientists tell you to use it for Johnny's scraped knee, for your own sore gums, for cabbage smell in your kitchen, or for Sally's poison ivy rash.



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