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What a great time. Saturday I spent the day at the South Bend Farmers Market. The market has been in operation since 1924.
The vendors around me were great people. All of them have good stuff to offer. The whole market is that way. Fresh milk and butter without hormones. The same for eggs. Grass raised beef. All kinds of organic vegetables. All kinds of mushrooms, even morals, and fresh asparagus. Lamb and domestic rabbit. I wanted one of everything.
The gentlemen right next to me operated a loom. He made rugs from what he called uncycled material. Bath towels, blue jeans, milk jugs, and such. Really cool rugs.
Down a ways from me there was homemade hot sauce and salsa. The salsa wasn’t as good as mine but I tasted one of has hot sauces. It was a mustard based sauce and really good. Great flavor and good heat.
I have never tasted grass feed beef. The gentlemen had every cut you can think of and even hamburger. The fat content has to be lower so I wonder about the flavor. You may have to adjust the cooking times and heat especially on the roasts. I have cooked Buffalo many times and because of the lower fat content it’s a little different. You’ll have it dry and tough if you prepare it like beef.
Cows were never meant to eat corn. It messes up their stomachs and without all the antibiotics pumped into them they will get sick. It is said that back in the day the Texas Longhorn was lower in cholesterol and fat and a lot healthier than today’s beef.
The cost of most of theses items is some what higher than the norm. Of course the price of groceries is outrageous the days.
I lost track of how many people stopped and spoke with me. Most people were aware of the negative side effect of oral pain medications and became excited about our alternative.
I gave out lots of free samples and even made some sales. People are calling me and the discussion continues. From the results of the free trial pack continuing with this alliterative is a great choice for them.
I will be returning this Saturday. Hope to see you there.
The market’s web site is http://southbendfarmersmarket.com/
PS. No vine ripened tomatoes yet.
Forget The Pain And South Bend Pain Management on Acetaminophen.
The most dangerous oral pain medication available. Latest recall on February 17, 2012. Certain lots of Infants’ TYLENOL® .
Be aware of the warnings.
More people experience liver damage from this NSAID more than any other.
Acetaminophen is an other member of the Non Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug family of medications. There are several brand names and found in pill. capsule, and liquid forms. Even suppositories. Formulated for adults, infants, and children. A pain reliever and fever reducer.
I stopped using the medication years ago when the first reports of stroke began to surface.
Also called Paracetamol the first form of the drug goes all the way back to 1886. The drug was reformulated several times finally becoming what we know it as today. First being released in the United States in 1953.
Because it is found in so many different applications and we, as consumers, are not paying attention to labeling and dosage recommendations overdose and organ damage has become a problem. On January 13, 2011 the FDA reduced it’s dosage recommendations.
May 22, 2009 – emergency room visits, 26000 hospitalizations, and 458 deaths related to acetaminophen.
Liver damage has become a major concern and the warning has been added to the label. People with heart problems are warned not to use the drug.
The older generation is at higher risk. Widely used for arthritis pain.
We have become complacent with the drug because it is so readily available. Please read the labeling and warnings if you decide to use the medication.
Be safe and consider our alternative for pain relief.
Acetylsalicylic Acid. Commonly referred to as aspirin. Aspirin is the trademark of the Bayer Corporation for Acetylsalicylic Acid. An other NSAID, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug.
Used as a pain reliever, fever reducer, and anti-inflammatory medication. Also used as a blood thinner. The active ingredient, salicylic acid, has been used through out history being found in willow tree bark. People have chewed on the bark, made tea, and used it as poultice since time began.
The old joke on Doctors for many years was ”Take two aspirin and call me in the morning,” The humor has left the building .
Considered by many to be one of the safer NSAIDs there are still serous complications to be taken into account when using the drug. Mainly due to the effects on the stomach, gastrointestinal track, and bleeding. Acetylsalicylic Acid hampers the blood’s clotting ability. Those dealing with diabetes, even mild cases, are suggested to consult with their doctor about it’s use.
In recent years a low dose of the drug has been recommend to heart attack and stroke victims. Also those who show risk factors of same. This is due to the blood thinning properties. Never start a daily regiment of this drug with out first consulting your doctor.
The drug has been associated with Reye’s syndrome and is not recommended for children, under the age of 18, showing symptoms or chicken pox or flu. During my generation this was the “go to drug” for fever. Times change.
The drug is not recommend if you have allergies or asthma. Ulcers or any bleeding disorder. Liver or kidney disease. Any blood clotting problems. If you suffer with Gout.
Kind of an oxymoron there is risk of heart attack and stroke with this NSAD. Because of it’s ability to loosen clotting that may be present in the body. These particles can travel to the heart and brain causing a blockage in blood flow leading to heart attack and stroke.
As with any NSAID never combine them with alcohol.
How often do we “pop” a pill never paying attention to the label? Just because they are on the shelf and readily available doesn’t mean they are safe for everyone. It’s time we all started paying attention to labeling and warnings on the packaging before we buy let alone put it in our bodies.
I invite you to join our community of people keeping up on the news about oral pain killers.
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Most of us don’t think twice about taking a non-prescription pain reliever to ease a headache or soreness that might follow a game of tennis, but there is growing evidence that commonly used painkillers such as………
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What Makes More Sense, taking a pill that filters through your entire body or targeting your pain with a topical pain management formula.
Three significant drawbacks to oral pain medications:
- Can cause internal organ damage.
- May not deliver relief where you need it.
- Over time reducing pain tolerance, requiring increased dosages.
Stop the oral painkillers. Stop the damage to your body. Safe and effective pain relief.