I'm gonna answer this because it's so bizarre.
First, if you're really eating cement you may develop silicosis. It is in the same family and prognosis as emphysema and other lung diseases. While others inhale cement fibers through work and develop this condition, you have chosen to eat it. Therefore, you may have spared yourself the fatigue and oxygen-tank lifestyle of the lung disorder. Your gains are not all that pleasant considering your liver has no idea how to digest cement (Portland or otherwise) and this can lead to premature liver failure. Ultimately, the carcinogens, including particles of asbestos, uranium, iron, Mercury, and Jimmy Hoffa Sr. can also lead to an earlier departure.
But there's good news. Modern burial methods now include enclosing coffins in a concrete vault beneath the ground. You may be alone down there, but at least you have something to snack on.
Finally, perhaps your question included a typo or misspelling. In that case your question is more sexual in nature. Cement or semen (as we call it in the trade) is a natural moisturizer, and after a long day of grinding and mixing concrete, I know fellas that spread it all over their face and arms. I've never heard of any of them eating it, but I suppose it works its way down there eventually. They seem to be fine, so more power to you. Just be sure that your cemen supplier is reputable. When and if you need more, they should deliver any time, night or day. Good luck with that.
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maybe substitute it with something else that perhaps wouldn't give you braindamage :)
Perhaps there is a "foundation" that can answer this question! I just cannot come up with a "concrete" asnwer for it.
Seriously, stop eating cement. You can do harm to your intestines over time requiring surgery.
Use oil based coated cement.
anyway, you can try. I tried recently on the sidewall of an old tire, but have not used it for driving.
Older cement board may contain asbestos, and then it is properly called "asbestos cement board." Cement board more recently manufactured should not contain asbestos. The only way to know whether a particular cement board does or does not contain asbestos is to ask the manufacturer (if you know who made it) or have a sample collected from it by a qualified sampling technician and have the sample analyzed by a qualified laboratory.
Fibre reinforced cement board is a better descriptor. Asbestos has a bad press recently, but glass fibres are an adequate substitute provided one uses an alkali resistant glass.
cement cement it is easier to run on cement cement
Scientist have recently discovered this at 69,000 m/s
cement = cement hope this is helpfull
No cement is not a mineral No cement is not a mineral