I followed the instructions religiously, and I have a cast iron stomach
:o) Can eat just about anything, although more than half a head of
cooked cabbage might keep me awake half the night :o) Love it!
I had had the tendonitis for quite some time, second shoulder to have
it, and I was worried about "frozen shoulder". After I couldn't
tolerate the anti-inflam., I went back to the doc, thinking he might
order a couple of ultrasound sessions. His final reply was, "Well, at
your age things sometimes don't work right". #@^#$!(& SOB! Mebbe he
has a shoulder he can live without, but I need both of mine. I don't go
to the doc unless heat/cold/rest fail to cure what ails me...so far,
I've kept all of my body parts except tonsils....lost those only because
I wanted to go along to the doc when my mom took my little brother. We
went to hospital together to have our tonsils out, ether anes. Gack!
Suffered through a probable cracked pelvis, a couple of serious back
strains and a fall from a skate board. Had to do level-of-conciousness
checks every two hours after the skate board fall on cement
floor...small lac. back of head....just went to work that night and
stayed awake all night (at hospital:o)
With the blow dryer working for 6 - 8 hours, I blew it before I left
for work, then again right after lunch - in the men's room at work.
Taking showers isn't always possible but finding an AC outlet is
usually pretty easy.
What makes you think it's finished. Some of that stuff will grow
back, I think. Save the gloves for the next time. Each in a separate
ziploc bag, so the fingers of one don't get in the other.
I think I saw on the tv new that because of warmth or something, this
will be a big year for poison ivy, or was that manta rays?
My wife is suffering from a poison ivory attack at present. At 9am when
she bought some stuff at the drugstore to alleviate the itching, the
checkout person said, "What's going on here? You're the third person
who's bought this stuff already today!"
On Wed, 28 Jul 2010 16:19:30 -0400, "Percival P. Cassidy"
Yes, it was both poison ivy and manta rays, and jelly fish, that are
flourishing in the hot weather.
I found that rHuli-spray is very good for poison ivy, but that was 10
years ago. When I went looking for more 5 years ago, no one sold it
and it wasn't on the net.
They still have rHuli-cream and/or rHuli-gel. I didn't want that
because I didn't want to touch the area with poison ivy. I thought
that would start it itching again. But they are both topical
anesthetics and the sprray worked for 4 hours iirc, maybe more, which
was pretty darn good.
I've never gotten anywhere with calaimine lotion. I hear it soaks up
the seepage but I don't care about the seepage. I care about the
itching. So what is the point of calamine lotion?
Hmmm. ONe guy on the web says rHuli-spray is sold at Walmart (and I'm
sure lots of other places) by Band-Aid under the name of Calamine
Spray. Well maybe. The original had no calamine anything, but maybe
they think they have to say that, or include that. What it did have
was an skin anesthetic and if it has that, it might be the same thing,
or at least good.
These pages have eveyrone's solutions, good or bad. :)
On Wed, 28 Jul 2010 14:32:40 -0700, "Jon Danniken"
The same stories didn't mention global warming, only the hot summer.
They might have run the same stories in other hot summers, but that
doesn't mean they're false, and your urls below don't suggest they are
The last story of every network evening new show is rarely very
important. They're called "human interest" stories, and I found it
interetsig that these three things are flourishing this year. I'm not
alarmed, and I don't think they intended to alarm anyone.
If the stinging jellyfish are closer to shore, as they are some
places, the lifeguards or someone will probably tell the swimmers. Is
that all right with you?
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