Rebecca Norman wrote:I've got an update to my posts above. I got pure lanolin and have found it to be the best yet. Yes, it's very stiff and sticky when you rub it on, especially in cold conditions, but it seems to soak into my skin quickly, and doesn't seem to leave greasy fingerprints around like some other natural products have done. Best of all, I've used nothing but lanolin, on my face, hands and feet, for six months in the desert, and it works really well, better than anything I've ever tried. It doesn't lead to rough cracking skin after a couple of weeks, the way natural oils have done for me.
Karl Treen wrote:Just a thought, but it looks to me like your lettuce is bolting. It might be too warm.
Todd Parr wrote:
Joy Oasis wrote:
urbanresistance McCoy wrote:Here this seems very relevant http://zinelibrary.info/primitive-toothcare-diy-guide-uncivilized-oral-hygiene
This is not available anymore. Can we find it somewhere else?
In case anyone else doesn't find it, it's the first link on this page:
Primitive tooth care
Burra Maluca wrote:
Reginald Ret wrote:
The vaccine thing I'm not going to respond to because what I want to say will get me banned.
Everyone is welcome to share their opinions here, so long as it's done in a nice way and adhered to the publishing standards. So maybe just consider it an exercise in wording things appropriately.
Dale Hodgins wrote:
Madeleine Innocent wrote:To get permanent relief, it would be best if you consulted a homeopath. OTC homeopathic remedies do have limited abilities because the causes may not be being addressed. Most allergies are caused by vaccines, so your history needs to be thoroughly gone into.
Don't waste a penny on homeopathy. A treatment should have at least some plausible means by which it could work. The idea that vaccines cause your allergies is also unsubstantiated. Allergies existed long before there were vaccines. It's your body reacting to the pollen and chemicals that plants naturally produce.