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What to do with Ginseng Extract capsules? Answered

What can I do with these once they're empty? They look very useful, so I save them, but I can't figure what to do with 'em.

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8bit

9 years ago

I wonder if there was some way to utilize them together. Somehow incorperate many into one project.

Hook them together with tubing and pressurize them with something like a handheld bicycle pump. Use them as a barbie-doll sized jetpack, á là the Mythbusters episode with soda bottles.

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8bit

9 years ago

Well, so far I've discovered the following: *Wick length dramatically changes flame length *Kerosine fuel gives a dark, sooty smoke by this method *Candle wax does not dissolve into kerosine.

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Gjdj3

9 years ago

If they're glass you could keep chemicals in it (you'd definitely want to clean them well beforehand though).

Tiny tiny specimens.....the mouths are very small

Doesn't have to be tiny, just has to be accurate :-)

I just meant you can't put a sample of the Argema Mittrei in one of those little bottles :-)

Fill with flammable liquid, add a twist of fabric or short piece of twine, you've made a small lab-burner.

Or a mini Molotov cocktail to attack dollhouses?

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<Goes off to find little vials>

I know exactly the feeling...you've got a really cool bottle but nothing to fill it with. Maybe single servings of dressing, dip or sauce?

Fill with chalk, flour, or talcum powder, make sabot rounds for your Knex cannon. Fun target practice.

ammo capsules for one of my projects. or diy stink bombs.

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westfw

9 years ago

I recently threw most of mine into the recycling, having passed the several-year mark without figuring out anything to do with them...

:-) I have a few of them too, but I haven't figured it out yet as to what exactly I kept them for