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How To Make Potassium Nitrate

How To Make Potassium Nitrate: This homemade smoke bomb is made using potassium nitrate and sugar.

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How To Make Potassium Nitrate

Make Potassium Nitrate From Lite Salt and a Cold Pack

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How To Make Color Fire How To Make Your Own Color Fire Mixes: Red Color = Strontium Chloride Orange Color = Bleach Powder (Calcium Chloride) Yellow Color = Table Salt (Sodium Chloride) Yellowish Green Color = Borax Green Color = Copper Sulfate Blue Color = Copper Chloride Violet Color = 3 parts Potassium Sulfate 1 part saltpeter (Potassium Nitrate) – (This will smoke very heavily, stay back and do not breath in the smoke) Purple Color = Potassium Chloride White Color = Epsom Salts (Magnesium…

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How to Make a Smoke Bomb with Sugar and Potassium Nitrate

Fireworks are not typically thought of as a DIY craft. They’re flammable and not suitable for children. But you still find plenty of instructional videos online. 

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from eHow

How to Extract Potassium Nitrate From Soil

How to extract potassium nitrate (critical component of black powder) from soil.

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How To Make Ammonium Nitrate from Household Chemicals

How To Make Ammonium Nitrate from Household Chemicals: This is the two-dimensional chemical structure of ammonium nitrate. It's easy to make ammonium nitrate from household chemicals.

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from Good Housekeeping

A 7-Day, 1200-Calorie Meal Plan

Your diet plays an important role in blood pressure regulation. While most of us know we should limit our sodium intake, we should also eat foods rich in potassium, calcium and magnesium. Eating a wide-ranging diet filled with fruits and vegetables can also help lower blood pressure by providing fiber, nitrates, and unique plant nutrients.

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from WonderHowTo

How to Make Slow Burning Fuses from Yarn, Sugar, & Potassium Nitrate

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All-natural energy juice is a great way to refuel. Celery and cucumber for hydration, and beetroot (or beets) for vitamin C, potassium, manganese, and folate which are seen as increasingly important in sports-nutrition. -->> Throw in some turmeric for anti-inflammatory properties, and ginger for sustained energy. (Don't worry, you get use to the taste after a while) :)

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