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Nickelless
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USA
5580 Posts

Posted - 11/24/2009 :  23:23:34  Show Profile Send Nickelless a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by PennySaved

Do you think now with the $850 billion dollar health care bill on the horizon being passed, we could ask our senators to give us everything on the list for FREE? :-)

We could all fax over a copy and ask it be added to the bill. haha Maybe they could just shuffle it inbetween the thousand some page document. Most of them probably wouldn't even notice it since most of them haven't read it :-)

An ounce of preventive medicine is worth a pound of "free" government-run "health" care. Keep stocking up on the items above and try to stay out of the way of our health-care malpractitioners in Washington.


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Nickelless
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Posted - 11/30/2009 :  23:35:35  Show Profile Send Nickelless a Private Message
Women have different health-related items they will need than men do, so this link might come in handy:

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Nickelless
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USA
5580 Posts

Posted - 12/02/2009 :  22:16:10  Show Profile Send Nickelless a Private Message
Just saw this plug for betadine:

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Nickelless
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USA
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Posted - 12/02/2009 :  23:15:55  Show Profile Send Nickelless a Private Message
Here's a thread on what to do when there are no doctors available:

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And its original link:

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jadedragon
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Canada
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Posted - 03/21/2010 :  17:00:24  Show Profile Send jadedragon a Private Message
I found a ehower that is writing a bunch of articles on natural remedies and personal care solutions. In a crisis (widespread or personal) some of these ideas could be really useful:

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Examples include:
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Hope some of you find this info useful.

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caridad
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USA
227 Posts

Posted - 04/17/2010 :  20:15:23  Show Profile Send caridad a Private Message
If I had the space and money I would store up on dental care kits sold at my kcal loss leader dollar store. It includes a toothbrush, 'paste, dental mirror and pick. That's how I would earn my fair share. By the way I plan to take a CNA course very soon. I also plan to renew my CPR and first aide soon.

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Nickelless
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USA
5580 Posts

Posted - 04/17/2010 :  21:06:05  Show Profile Send Nickelless a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by caridad

If I had the space and money I would store up on dental care kits sold at my kcal loss leader dollar store. It includes a toothbrush, 'paste, dental mirror and pick. That's how I would earn my fair share. By the way I plan to take a CNA course very soon. I also plan to renew my CPR and first aide soon.

You should be able to buy individual dental items dirt-cheap at Walmart or other stores. I've got eight tubes of toothpaste at the moment, probably enough for at least two years for one person, and it cost me less than $20. I'm still looking for non-fluoride toothpaste, but have these as a backup.


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silversound
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USA
7 Posts

Posted - 05/29/2010 :  00:23:49  Show Profile Send silversound a Private Message
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Originally posted by Nickelless

I'm still looking for non-fluoride toothpaste, but have these as a backup.
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Toms Of Maine makes great Flouride-free toothpaste. They also make aluminum-free deodorant though it gave me a rash so I recently started using Arm And Hammer's aluminum-free stick and it's been great.


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Nickelless
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USA
5580 Posts

Posted - 06/18/2010 :  07:05:49  Show Profile Send Nickelless a Private Message
Anyone familiar with using black pepper to help heal cuts? I thought this post on GIM was very interesting:

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Nickelless
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USA
5580 Posts

Posted - 07/19/2010 :  02:48:41  Show Profile Send Nickelless a Private Message
Here's a thread I just started about stocking up on first-aid items:

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abe
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117 Posts

Posted - 08/15/2010 :  19:04:06  Show Profile Send abe a Private Message
The pain reliever Tramadol was mentioned in an earlier thread and it is what I take 3 times a day for my torn rotator cuff. It took a little while to get used to, but now I have zero side effects from the medicine and the pain is minimal. It sure beats surgery again and there is also a plus,my arthritis pain is gone. Tramadol gets 2 thumbs up in my book.
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rodebaugh
Penny Collector Member



USA
377 Posts

Posted - 08/25/2010 :  22:03:46  Show Profile Send rodebaugh a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by abe

The pain reliever Tramadol was mentioned in an earlier thread and it is what I take 3 times a day for my torn rotator cuff. It took a little while to get used to, but now I have zero side effects from the medicine and the pain is minimal. It sure beats surgery again and there is also a plus,my arthritis pain is gone. Tramadol gets 2 thumbs up in my book.



Best part about tramadol is: non-narcotic/non-habit forming analgesiac w/ no street value.

I perscribe it often following mild oral surgery.

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