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Loves me … loves me not … if only finding the answer were as simple as plucking petals off a flower.
Just thinking about Valentines day conjures up images of chocolates and roses. We all love to show love with gifts, but really…. Does it have to be chocolates or roses?
The average chocolate bar has 8 insect legs in it!
After cocoa beans are harvested they need to be fermented. This means that they are put in an earthen pit near where they are harvested and covered with leaves. In the hot sun they ferment (rot) and then can be shoveled out as mature cocoa beans. Of course during this process lots of insects are present.
Almost all chocolate has bugs in it, because it is too expensive to manufacture without bugs.
Did you know that the bouquet you’re giving your sweetheart may be loaded with pesticides?
Many people get headaches around flowers and simply assume they’re allergic. This might not necessarily be true, however. It could be that you’re having a reaction to the chemical residues on the flowers. Flower growers are actually among the heaviest users of agricultural chemicals, including pesticides that are suspected of being among the most toxic.
Valentine’s Day is a special occasion where we can consciously make an effort to express love for each other. Instead of expressing your love with some insects and pesticides, why not break tradition and try something different, that has a real benefit without any chemicals?