May 25, 2006
Me on Work
-- Me. Today. I helped a friend move stuff and yeah, it was hot and such but not too hot. And it was tiring, but not very tiring (and it's not like I get an excess of exercise). Mostly I had a nice time hanging out with my friend and being helpful, and I didn't have to think about much and in the afternoon I got to sit around petting a very cool dog while drinking a grapefruit and ginger ale over ice. And that was good, too.
Only suck thing: a new batch of allergens seems to have hit the air. Dammit.
image lifted (carefully, using the leg muscles, not the back and neck) from the American Physical Therapy Association website.
We take a spoon per day of raw, locally produced honey, works great for allergies.
A guy from Mystic Farms, Carrboro Farmer's Market, suggests this recipe for kicking allergy butt:
1 teaspoon local raw honey (available from Mystic Farms)
1 teaspoon organic apple cider vinegar
(you can mix both in glass of water for ease of drinking)
3x a day
Posted by: YLY | May 30, 2006 1:58:08 AM
Hello YLY -- thanks for the tip, and thanks for visiting the Archer Pelican. My friend K. asked if the vinegar also needs to be local (and where to find such). Hints?
Posted by: Phil | Jun 5, 2006 11:47:34 PM