Goos of Egypt

Plastic surgeon Stanley Jacobs was obsess with an ancient Egyptian text about surgery known as the Edwin Smith Papyrus. Particularly, a recipe at the back of the book, titled “Transforming an Old Man Into a Youth.” His investigation into what this particular recipe was revealed that ancient Egyptians were far ahead of their time in unexpected ways. Jeff and Anthony discuss moisturizers, skin care, and lost knowledge.

Plastic surgeon Stanley Jacobs was obsess with an ancient Egyptian text about surgery known as the Edwin Smith Papyrus. Particularly, a recipe at the back of the book, titled “Transforming an Old Man Into a Youth.” His investigation into what this particular recipe was revealed that ancient Egyptians were far ahead of their time in unexpected ways. Jeff and Anthony discuss moisturizers, skin care, and lost knowledge.

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