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Acute Effects
Steroids - no intoxication effects
high blood pressure; blood clotting and cholesterol changes; liver cysts; hostility and aggression; acne; in adolescents—premature stoppage of growth; in males—prostate cancer, reduced sperm production, shrunken testicles, breast enlargement; in females—menstrual irregularities, development of beard and other masculine characteristics
Inhalants   - (varies by chemical) stimulation; loss of inhibition; headache; nausea or vomiting; slurred speech; loss of motor coordination; wheezing

Beeswax are not that hard to find really. Next time you go to a farmers market, ask the honey seller there. Even if she doesn’t have it on display I bet she has some she could sell you. If you don’t have easy access to a farmers market this winter, call up a local honey producer in your area. Or you could always order it online. One of my local producers Marshall Farms up in Napa sells their beeswax online. In the New York metro area, Andrew’s Local Honey sells food-grade beeswax at a number of farmers market. (Unfortunately he doesn’t ship. If you East Coasters have a good source that ships, I’ll be happy to list them here, just leave the info in the comment section. Thanks.) Also, Tremblay Apiaries, who sell at the Union Square Green Market on Fridays and Saturdays, and also offer it online.

To keep the C from cycling back into the atmosphere sounds like it might be difficult.

If you use the algae as a feed then the C is used to prododuce new animal biomass (whether it's a fish or a human, ect.) although once that organism dies then bacteria will get to work and the C will once again be in the atmosphere.

There is a man who spoke about sequestering all the excess CO2 in our atmosphere in the soil by increasing root production, combined with no till. the idea is that if plants take CO2 from the atmosphere and use it to produce deeper roots and we do not till it, then most of the C will continue to stay below ground and the level of soil will increase. ... So perhaps burying the algae could cause it to become sequestered. Probably not a reasonable thing to do, but it will be just like what happened millions of years ago that provides is with fossil fuel oil today.

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