I remember when I was a kid with a bad cough getting a "Hot Toddy" from the old man. Which was nothing more than a shot of Crown Royal and sugar. I remember it tasting horrible, but I sure did sleep good. Anyone else remember those remedies? Would a parent go to joil for that these days?
Just give the kid a little weed and he'll sleep like a baby.
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Originally Posted by joefrog
I will admit, I am to blame in sometimes making mountains out of molehills.
I had heard about this over a year ago from a relative. I had a nasty cold and cough and had about 2 days of work I could not possibly miss, so I tried it. It felt strange as hell, but sure enough, it worked. I havent had to try it again, but I do suggest it.
absorbs through the skin between the toes, friend of mine works construction and put copenhagen pouches between his toes since hes not allowed to spit tobacco, he claims you get the same buzz as in your mouth
this is true ... alot of the golfers and baseball players at my high school would do it - also heard that alot of pga and lpga golfers do it as well
I know someone who was very lucky to survive an incident of insecticide poisoning. Turns out that the means of entry was some granules that had slipped inside his boots. The medical staff told him that the bottom of the feet are by far the most direct route of entry into the body of substances through the skin. I never did like going barefoot and now very seldom do so.
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