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Pooka

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Artemisinin for lupus.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 64268336


Please tell me more - this could be a life-changer for me, as I am to start methotrexate this weekend and am not thrilled about it.
 Quoting: Pooka


My wife has sle lupus. She started taking artemisinin about 3 months ago after I ordered some after reading a bunch of studies about it. Her hand and wrist pain are gone. Her butterfly rash she's had on her face since I've known her is gone. It costs us $25 a month to get it from Amazon.
That shit works...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 64268336


Thank you very much for your reply. hf I, too, have SLE. Nasty business.
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Playing Whale sounds calm my two male dogs who constantly want to compete. I use Alexa “Whale Sounds”.

I know Alexa is spying on me blah blah =).
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07/07/2019 10:50 AM
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White vinegar for rust removal, I collect old axe heads and submerge them for couple days and wire brush, removes all rust and restores the oldest axes and tools! Give me all your or axe heads NOW!!
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07/07/2019 10:59 AM
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White vinegar for rust removal, I collect old axe heads and submerge them for couple days and wire brush, removes all rust and restores the oldest axes and tools! Give me all your or axe heads NOW!!
 Quoting: Golfcart 77110102


Take old rusty nails, bolts, screws or whatever.

Place in a covered jar of vinegar.

Wait 3 weeks.

Nails are clean.


BUT! THAT VINEGAR LEFT IN THE JAR! THAT VINEGAR IS A VERY COOL WOOD STAIN THAT MAKES WOOD LOOK VERY OLD AND SILVER-GRAY!
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this is a great post...


could definitely use more of the house cleaning shit that works!

im going to try the oven cleaner in the shower today!
 Quoting: Reighna1


Castile soap works on almost everything- especially the bathroom.
It’s also really good diluted and used on carpet stains.
 Quoting: JypsieWind


I have used this forever. If I need a bit more strength for tub rings, I'll sprinkle a bit of Borax in there too.
Golfcart
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Hamilton Beach 40998 Electric Kettle.

Hot water NOW.

You end up using it more than you would think.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53991154


DIS!!! Forgot about these, use multiple times a day, like having a little water heater.
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07/07/2019 11:35 AM
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White vinegar for rust removal, I collect old axe heads and submerge them for couple days and wire brush, removes all rust and restores the oldest axes and tools! Give me all your or axe heads NOW!!
 Quoting: Golfcart 77110102


Also, you must rinse the items in water then rub withe baking soda to stop the acid from vinegar, then rub with mineral oil to protect, wear rubber gloves for the wire brushing part, just completed my like 40th axe, probably 120 years old and it’s a stunning tool.
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07/07/2019 11:44 AM
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Flush mount LED “puck” Dimmable lights, uses 88% efficiency, cool to the touch, use in damp locations, last forever and install any where with two screws, look just like can lights without the stupid can, I threw away all the lights and chandeliers in the house with the bulbs still in them and stuffed the in the trash, never looking back, make sure to get the warmer looking light, TRUST ME, get the from amazon....
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07/07/2019 11:46 AM
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Stick on foam corner edge guards save both child and adult lives.
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Yamaha has golf cart, cost about 1500$, take the governor off, I have three of them and never use the four wheeler, I’ve had nine people on mine, put a trash bin on the back and can haul dirt, rock,or whatever, mine goes 30 mph, just jump in and push the pedal, has shade too!!!
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Yamaha GAS golf cart..
Dame

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Rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle instantly kills fruit flies.
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This is the best glass/mirror cleaning method I have found.

Use a soapy cloth (I use Dawn) and wash the mirror well. Get a spray bottle with 50/50 water and ammonia, spray and wipe with the same cloth as before.

Then use a clean dry cloth and wipe until spiffy clean.

That's it. Repeat if needed.
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this flashlight --> [link to www.homedepot.com (secure)]

this guy's theory of physical health / diet --> [link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

Liposomal C for every cold, flu, thing

Keto for cancer --> google it, ignore the "official" blow back

Used Onan generator out of a salvaged rv. Never more power in a quieter format.




... @Dame, super-cool avatar! Did you draw / create that?
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07/08/2019 02:24 AM
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Nattokinase - helps disolve blood clots.

And when used along with vitamin k2 it cleans arteries.
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Nattokinase - helps disolve blood clots.

And when used along with vitamin k2 it cleans arteries.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76904880


Note: do not use the k2 for clot dissolving only.

The k2 helps get excess calcium out of bloodstream, which cause hardening of the arteries.
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Coffee grounds for keeping insects away from your home.

Sprinkle used coffee grounds around the outside perimeter of your home to keep many creepy crawlies out.
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Researching

Doing your own research really helps find truth.

Don't rely on single sources for your information. Always research multiple reliable sources.
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Elderberry Syrup for Flu and Pneumonia. It works!!
 Quoting: Fortunabeargirl


Yes, it does. I'm sure the FDA is actively working for measures to make it illegal.
 Quoting: regenerated


Elderberry is not recommended for children. Only over 18 yrs. old. Always read warnings..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77106481


Bullshit ... it’s a berry. A food.

But to see if your comment had any basis, I did a quick google and found nothing to support your claim. In fact, even the OTC elderberry syrup (Sambucol) has recommended dosages for children. Do YOUR research, and stop spreading disinformation!

Let me reiterate ... Elderberry syrup is EXTREMELY effective for flu and pneumonia and is backed by studies.
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fasting and sleep deprivation for the TRUTH
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Red tailed hawk calls played loud to get rid of woodpeckers.
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fasting and sleep deprivation for the TRUTH
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53927732


This is not good child rearing advice.
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Propane torch for killing flies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77735991


lmao

(wish I could use this on raccoons)



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 Quoting: esoteric Morgan


You really are a kindred spirit.. Raccoons wreak havok with my pawpaws, among other things...

Break Barrel 22's belong on this list as well. Love mine..
 Quoting: Asymptote


Thank you! (I posted some green before seeing your response.)

______

Break Barrel 22? Hmm.

I have an old daisy without bb's. I keep thinking I should fix that situation, especially now that I live somewhere where it wouldn't seem much a bother to ANYONE.

I do have a bow and arrows...but, I'm pretty certain I'd miss, despite the critter's habit of standing there motionless, mocking me with his cute little eyes.

Maybe I shouldn't have started talking to him in the first place, because I get the feeling, with his cute little furry raccoon ears, he's hearing "hi there, rocky! Sure you can eat my bird seed" when, in fact, I'm saying: "You just won't quit, will you? Are you challenging me to get some buckshot or poison, to send you into Kingdom Come? Huh?"

Unfortunately, I had to go away for two weeks...only to return to him having broken into my porch screen to have a 14 day field day.

Not satisfied with birdseed, suet, and the array of planters he tore apart -some busted to smithereens- looking for raccoon gold...he actually tore open two packages of fescue lawn fix, just to spite me.

That Break Barrel 22 is piquing my interest at the moment.

Oh, whoa! What to do, what to do?

float


Ha!


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p.s.: pawpaw? In Jamaica those are sweetsops. I thought they were tropical. Hmm.
 Quoting: esoteric Morgan


nope, Pawpaw is fine throughout most of the US. Mine ripen from the second week of Sept through the first week of November. Heck I'd deliver a seedling and some fruit to you this fall if you were close.

So, you worked with trees.. Interesting. I have a Hovenia dulcis (Japanese raisin tree) in its third year. It had a little die back this year and has twice lost its crown (and given that it is just over 2 feet tall currently, that's a problem. There do not appear to be any insect issues. We have had a ton of rain (50+ days out of last 75)... I just gave it a high N+ fert this morning and hope I can get a couple feet growth on it before winter sets in (I do not fertilize after the first of August.

Any ideas?
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this flashlight --> [link to www.homedepot.com (secure)]

this guy's theory of physical health / diet --> [link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

Liposomal C for every cold, flu, thing

Keto for cancer --> google it, ignore the "official" blow back

Used Onan generator out of a salvaged rv. Never more power in a quieter format.




... @Dame, super-cool avatar! Did you draw / create that?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50328917


I have that flashlight, it’s the best

Thank you, I created my avatar
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If you notice your teeth are starting to hurt and it's not because you're eating sugary foods and not brushing them, perhaps your body is low in calcium. Try drinking a glass of milk for a few days and if the pain goes away, you'll know what the problem was.

Same goes for aching bones btw. I like milk best because your body absorbs it much better than calcium supplements I find.
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Works like a Charm!!!

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[link to www.amazon.com (secure)]

Read the reviews!!! This shit works chuckle

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 Quoting: “Arabella”


Have you read the Haribo sugar free gummy bears reviews? OMFG

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 Quoting: Monzsta


These are hilarious, The company should sell them as a laxative.
Thanks for sharing, I needed a laugh.
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Xeven  (OP)

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Leather Max to fix worn out leather color. Works excellent.

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