some things are given out as needfuls of our days. I got to stock an empty freezer, our head, the vent for gas main tanks dewatering. (I’d rather do the freezer)
it’s been inordinately bright the last couple of days, I wonder why.
- Active Ingredient: Menthol 3.5%
- Inactive Ingredients: Camphor (for scent), carbomer, FD&C blue #1, FD&C yellow #5, Glycerine, Herbal Extract (ILEX Paraguariensis), Isopropyl Alcohol, Methylparaben, Propylene Glycol, Silicon Dioxide, Triethanolamine, Water.
roughly 12 buck walmart these days, just heard of it. I chuckle a little bit as I remember the nest listing
tei fu oil
Safflower oil, menthol, wintergreen oil, camphor and other essential oils.
(this one’s MINTIER!)
roughly 11 nature sunshine.
(I’d like to thank my pal from xangaland days for mentioning something that works for her with her needs. the tei fu was recommend to my mom as an aid for relieving migraines it sorta works…anyone with migranes will surely tell you they hurt and hardly anything even helps, i was glad then this did a tiny bit. for my pal this is muscle relief after physical therapy if. I read her correctly. I am glad. it’s nice to have a natural arsenal.
11 Surprising Benefits of Camphor Essential Oil. The health benefits of camphor essential oil include it properties as a stimulant, antispasmodic, antiseptic, decongestant, anesthetic, sedative and nervous pacifier, antineuralgic, anti-inflammatory, disinfectant, and insecticide substance.
in case you look up what things are said to be useful for. this is an example of them in products.
I have the gnarly peaches i got pieced so they may marinate in wine, onion (and song) gingerale and habeneros. the kebabs are pineapple and peaches obviously pineapple awaits decimation! ….just saying the word makes me feel like murdering metallica with a rewrite of food instead of grimness (blackened, off and justice for all) not tonight/morning but soon. 🙂 wonder how the onions ‘ll do as caramelized? I didn’t prepared the as kebab-able.
in other news
the sabra red pepper hummus with multigrain tortilla chips were darn tasty.
(yes, my tastes change as I eat differently, I never used to like flaxseed much, it’s dealable now, and this hummus is NOT http://www.westword.com/restaurants/100-favorite-dishes-hummus-from-shish-kabob-grill-5765725 but it will suffice.
dreamed of ill perspective places supposedly grandma’s company I shant see to which I was suddenly a foot shorter than. and aspirin flavored gum that didn’t work…thank goodness, I don’t like that ringing in my ears! (yes, I know what too much aspirin will do)
today I threw a dart at the world and it stuck in bethleham new hampshire. odd but pretty. the anti hay fever capitol 😉