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Borax can be and is used to kill cockroaches , you can leave a dusting of borax on known roach paths, they then walk through the borax. Roaches like to clean themselves frequently, they will lick off the borax and a couple of days later will die. Borax will ruin the digestive system of a cockroach ...

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The Medicine Ball is a heavy bag full of dried beans. Algonkin natives used this device to train their warriors. They used Medicine Balls that weighed a tenth, a fourth, and half, the weight of the warriors. They also had tough games like Patagaway (modernly called Lacrosse) and archery ...

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