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band aids

band aids that help you heel naturally
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Not a "band aid" per se, but more of a wrap in many sizes. You would use them when you got a cut or bruise or a minor skin irritation. The wraps are lined with seaweed and treated with goldenseal, arnica, plantian, lavender many different things that promote healing. Sounds out there, but what do ya think?
sujata, Apr 14 2002

BAND-AID® Brand Advanced Healing Strip http://www.jnj.com/..._advanced_heal.html
[phoenix, Apr 14 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Gekken's link as a link. http://skepdic.com/.../RFA-AT-02-002.html
[StarChaser, Jun 12 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]


       so this is a toothbrush too?
po, Apr 14 2002

       heel boy!
thumbwax, Apr 14 2002

       Perhaps you could line then with "seeweed" instead.
jester, Apr 16 2002

       what worries me M is using these things together, willy nilly - they may rule out the efficacy or combine to make something potentially harmful. the thought of going through your spellchecker has changed me for the good already, promise.
po, Apr 16 2002

       Factoid: A guy from my hometown is the one who came up with that patented band-aid healing strip featured on link.
thumbwax, Apr 16 2002

       I usually dab a bit of Neosporin antibiotic on a bandaid.
Dog Ed, Apr 17 2002

       sounds like stinging...
i-Mer, Apr 18 2002

       Heya!ummmm I live on the US' west coast, am a medic, and like to observe people do stupid things (therefore my choice of living location is like an ornithologist moving to the Amazon River delta) You should see the amount of *shite* that west-coast yuppies (elitist running-dog capitalists)(hehe) shove down their gullet in the guise of health products. However, from observation, the net effect of mixing herbs, even in the amount that the "naturopathy" companies provide is nil.   

       Weeelllllll except to assist in BM's and kidney health. can y'all say placebo? (by the way for an in-depth look at the power of the placebo, and the money it can generate go to: <the link. StarChaser> )   

       my point: we need to protect the general public from the herb companies (aren't they owned by Schilling and/or Twinings?) getting their hands on this idea. I vote a mass march on the spice isle (that should set most of you spelling junkies off) of the local supermarket followed by a mass oregano burning (covers the smell of pot).
gekken, Apr 18 2002

       Recategorized to 'Health: Aid', as it had nothing to do with teethbreesh. At least it was the right main category...
StarChaser, Jun 12 2002


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