I haven't checked the weather there this week are the seasonal cyclones still occurring? I know the weather on this side of the globe is still in an upheaval...although it's finally starting to get warmer 1 degree at a time.
This is what I use on burns (and cuts and abrasions) It's not considered anecdotal, having a 3,000yr history I prepare it by steeping the leaves & roots in olive oil, then add bee's wax to create a salve which I keep in the refrigerator.) Ted
Exerpt: From the above linked .pdf which is from the World Health Organisation: "The overall aim must be to cool the burn, prevent ongoing burning and prevent contamination. There are many studies assessing the first aid of burns in high-income
<anecdote alert> My late grandmother was a nurse in the ’20s in Queensland. She once told me a story where a couple of people were in a car that caught fire and went off the bridge into the Burdekin river. The couple spent the night trapped in
Bizarrely, if the burn is caused by extreme cold, the treatment is the same: cold water. Quote:No clique here except the whole group of which you are part... unless you alienate yourself and then blame others for your actions. If this is a communit
http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/child/injury/world_report/Burns.pdf Only mention for mustard is that it is safer than parrafin oil in a lamp that may burn you. If mustard healed your so called burn then it wasn't even a minor burn.
Well good fkn’ grief - 1. I burned the side of my index finger pulling dinner out of the stove. 2. I squeezed some mustard on the burn. 3. I let it dry for half an hour, then washed it off. 4. Where there would've been a blister, there was just
Ha ha. I'm with my clique stupid.. If ever Google could be shown up. This is the time. Get yourself a real doctor. Cool running water. ............................................ Burns Summary Burns require first aid and some burns are a med
Originally Posted By: CelandineOriginally Posted By: RebootOriginally Posted By: LeaIs the air extra thick down under or just y'all's heads? LOL. Amen sister. It's not the air, I go with door number two. "LIFE HACKS" evidently he broke T
Originally Posted By: RebootOriginally Posted By: LeaIs the air extra thick down under or just y'all's heads? LOL. Amen sister. It's not the air, I go with door number two. "LIFE HACKS" evidently he broke THE cardinal rule: "Thou S
Originally Posted By: AusMacMy point in the beginning. Proof please? There isnt any, so don't go looking for it. The mustard doesn't cut it. If you have mustard in the cupboard then you have water in the tap. Turn the water on and put the burn in th
Worth a try. Thanks, Lea! I'm not much of a mustard user, but Mrs. Stumpy's always putting mustard on stuff. We've always got some in the fridge as a result. A buddy of mine has prescribed two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to relieve muscle cr
My point in the beginning. Proof please? There isnt any, so don't go looking for it. The mustard doesn't cut it. If you have mustard in the cupboard then you have water in the tap. Turn the water on and put the burn in the running water. Leave the m
Originally Posted By: DLCAnd if by chance it doesn't work, does that mean you're too old to cut the mustard any more ?? Just keep in mind, Even if you're too old to cut the mustard.. ..you can still lick the jar.
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