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    Originally posted by trichrider View Post
    Murphy must've slept late...for those perks to get past him.



    will you be able to get customer service of that airline to reimburse for the empty seat on your return to Seattle and then back home? that would be righteously proper.



    your demeanor seems like it's improved and positivity is good medicine.


    hang tough.

    Thanks trich.

    I'd been informed of the opportunity for reimbursement of the air miles via that specific policy, but had no clue what the time-lines were, how long the policy has been in effect, or when it ends.

    Adding some lack of closure (Murphy sometimes shows up late), the reimbursements were supposed to specifically go to my wife's mileage account, as her miles had purchased the 2 empty seats, down and back, this last trip.

    But the CS person was probably in a rush, and despite my wife trying to explain the technicalities, the Agent went ahead and deposited miles for one seat to my wife, and miles for the other seat to me.

    How long we'll be able to roll the dice on this policy's benefit, is unknown to me at this time, but money (or miles) in the bank for now, is way good.

    I see it as this particular airline's trying to balance perception of risk, (perception versus reality of safety aboard their planes), and the fact they ended their blocked seats program while the newer more questionable mutations of C-19 were coming out in the media.

    (*My wife and I had read the impressive number of 'studies' linked in their home page, and there's some interesting sources, as well as notations of limit to significance of the studies listed. There were some eye-opening admission s buried in those studies, for those who dug in, and we did).

    Bottom line is, they're watching their bottom line, as are most corps/businesses, and persons now.

    Being able to do this again would be great, but at this time, no way to count on that.

    My positivity has been pushed forward by some lessening in some symptoms (list of possible causes for these), and yesterday, after finding the significant flaking skin and rash on my bridge of my nose, between my eyebrows, and knowing the wild cards to be dealt by auto-immune/allergy issues, I tried hard to ignore or contain any symptoms of panic. (Weez's info re the drug that shall be named no more, owns a part of that decision. If I get into a serious scrape involving pulse rates, etc., I have other backup, more potent, and limited in supply).

    I think the forward movement in making things happen here, even if I continue to over-state my ability and fall short of completing the things I laid out to do, is a part of the positive energy.

    And the mental block, largely of OCD and stress issues, that has often had me procrastinate to the point of non-productivity and increased stress, took a back seat, due to (some what ironically) the greater or more significant issues putting things like mixing soilless mixes and such into perspective, so there's not a barrier there as much within my own psyche.

    No clue if that makes sense to others, but I have often been, at least in part, a stress-motivated guy, and that tends to be a double-edged sword; one level motivates, and another paralyses progress.

    For now, each day of no racing pulse, no suspect drugs, and no major fuck-ups, is a good day. And the energy while doing chores here, what ever they may be, has (as a result of the dynamic described above), been more of a 'take it as it comes, with less pressure when doing so' sort of affair.

    My heartache involving the relationship with my older son, and daughter, in different ways, still fluctuates from panic to hope, to letting it go and knowing that I can't control the outcomes any more, to grief and loss, to confrontation with reality and knowing that any mental conclusions are not necessarily anything but trying to solve or end it for expedience. And in reality, with some knowledge about developmental issues, and specific knowledge about my older son, the fact is that if I want to give it a chance to work, I have to let go for the most part, at least for the time being, and wait for him to find his heart and soul somehow. Maybe I can help with that later, but for now, I am kryptonite to his Superman..

    Hard to let go of meaningful relationship, especially for an OCD guy who has avoided the pitfalls of humanity and PTSD by controlling, or trying hard to control variables in his life to the 9s, but this seems to be Buddha and Murphy teaming up for one major lesson in struggle that goes back 6 decades of my life.

    Learning, for some of us Irish-German folks, can come at a stiff price sometimes. But as long as it comes..

    In short, life seems to have taken away some portion of my stress in motion, while providing a shit-ton of others.

    Your input and observations are appreciated. Thanks again.

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    Another Bruce Cockburn instrumental for you; a bit longer than the last.. More of a classical guitar piece.

    From the Lp 'In the Falling Dark' (originally on True North Records, Ontario, Ca.)

    'Water Into Wine'

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLmu8VnGLPI
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    Murphy must've slept late...for those perks to get past him.



    will you be able to get customer service of that airline to reimburse for the empty seat on your return to Seattle and then back home? that would be righteously proper.



    your demeanor seems like it's improved and positivity is good medicine.


    hang tough.

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    December, 2008, NIH/NIM review/study re. antioxidants as both helpful and potential hindrance.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6316255/

    A key statement in the abstract;

    >>""In fact, reactive oxygen species play a dual role in dealing with different disorders, since they may contribute to disease onset and/or progression but may also play a key role in disease prevention.""<<

    I and many others take different types of these (researched individually in my case, but also know that when taking 3 different things that provide similar effects, it's good to examine how much is enough).

    Another somewhat informed effort to locate anything that MIGHT be casting things into imbalance

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    Due to the number of empty seats on the planes I flew to and from appts on, the airline I use most often has had a policy, since ending their 'blocked seats' C-19 program a while ago; if there were greater than X number of empty seats when a flight departed, and air miles were used to procure an empty seat, those air miles can be refunded via Customer Service.

    Between us, we just received the number of miles we burned for the empty seats both ways.

    I now have re-deposited enough air miles into our accounts for an empty (saver award) seat both ways, next flight down, which will hopefully be for forward movement on one form of treatment or another..

    Every win helps. WOO HOO!!!

    Edit: Another tentative win; one more erroneous billing put on hold, while it's re-coded for more accuracy, and maybe another couple hundred dollars that doesn't need to leave the accounts. Again, organize and tab your billing, insurance statements, coordinated to/with billing, and benefits, (if you can do a spread sheet, then do so, my wife took care of my SS). If you don't closely watch the mounds of paper flying through the air, and money going out, a person will likely be giving stuff away they'll need later. Don't let that happen, if you can help it.

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    'Paper Thin'

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    Originally posted by Weezard View Post
    "I'd arrived at the conclusion(?) that you are doing a dropper of CBD oil in the AM, another at PM, and a dose of 140-ish mg of THC extract PM only. Did I miss something?"


    Barring memory lapses on my part, that is correct.
    You missed nothing.

    And.
    Every time you write Hydroxazine I get a little tweaked.
    That is the antihistamine that burned off all my skin and damn near killed me.
    Seems to be my only serious allergy.
    And it was not a problem in the past, until it was.


    I'd say use great caution with it.

    A friend from my adolescent years died about 16 years ago. He'd had asthma, and the Doc(s) put him on steroids for it. He maintained his many outdoor activities; bicycling, hiking, etc.

    He ran a sound studio he'd built in his garage, with a catchy name, and friends would congregate there. Lots of music went down there.

    Every 10-15 years or so, when I would blow through the area, he would organize a party in the studio, to keep it away from his daughters and wife, but we would rejoice in the spirit of our youth.

    He was 44 when his wife woke up to find him cold and blue, laying next to her.. The steroids they gave him had blown out his heart in his sleep.

    There's LOTS of stuff coming out of Big Pharma, for DECADES, and approved by the FDA, as well as 'course of treatment' approved by the profession in general, that AIN'T always friendly to the recipient, and sometimes barely achieves the intended purpose.
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    Mild rumbling in the gut this AM; not a hunger thing, but some sort of unsettled sort of affair. not as electric as days before, so I'm counting it as progress.

    No Hydroxyzine yesterday or last night, and now that Weez's horrid experience years ago has had the involved drug named in here, and it's the one I was given by my local Doc, between those tidbits and my rash and recent issues, I'm wondering if the rash and skin issues yesterday (taken care of with Hydrocortisone Cream) are related, as well. The excessive flaking skin sure seemed similar, though Weez's was pervasive, and mine was limited to the area described..

    What was the dose of the Hydroxy you were taking Weez? Frequency of it? Sorry to resurrect horrid memories.

    Short of that, eating some guacamole for breakfast, with the almond, coconut, and ground psyllium husk (Keto) bread. Awesome stuff.

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    Guacamole to finish, then maybe rest some more before continuing knocking out necessary and over-due chores. I was up several times last night, and have no real memory of the cramps/spasms in the left lower leg or ankle, last night, or much the night before.

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    From Alejandro to his son, at a time of lack of understanding, and from me to mine.

    Alejandro Escovedo (w/ Bruce Springsteen)

    'Down in the Bowery' (*From the Lp, 'Street Songs of Love')

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Znr...T2wH2s&index=2
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    Managing Diabetes and Cancer Treatment..

    https://www.mdanderson.org/cancerwis...whole%20grains.

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    Originally posted by Gry View Post
    Recall having read something years ago about the commercial handling of tomatoes in pasta sauces
    and it seemed to me the end result was they suggested that it was best to consume canned tomato products within two years, even though they would be 'safe' much longer.
    I also believe the commercial canned sauces are often heated to hotter temps in the canning process than what some are advising in order to preserve lycopene.

    The folks' recipe above doesn't discuss cooking at lower heat to preserve the L, but others do.

    I've read the nutrient charts on our frozen veggies, whether organic or not, and all of them seem reduced in value by the processing and/or freezing..
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    Recall having read something years ago about the commercial handling of tomatoes in pasta sauces
    and it seemed to me the end result was they suggested that it was best to consume canned tomato products within two years, even though they would be 'safe' much longer.

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    We made just over 2 batches of the recipe (with some modifications), keeping the simmering down on low, so as to maintain the lycopene, barely simmering.

    We increased the oregano and basil, as well as lots of extra 'fresh' garlic, added some white and black pepper, and a dash of cayenne, replacing salt with sea salt, and replacing the brown sugar with a tiny amount of maple syrup and a drizzle of molasses. We added about a cup of cabernet sauvignon, added extra olive oil at the point of food processing, and a little bit more tomato paste.

    Came up with all of only about 2-1/2 quarts. Valuable stuff, and I was lamenting the cost of materials for such a small amount, a lot of which was the result of the organic tomatoes, etc. Then I considered the quality, and that this is somewhat intended as medicine. And it seemed a lot less expensive than I had originally thought.

    Tomorrow we'll sauté some plant-based Italian sausages, cut up into pieces, with some extra-firm tofu, garlic, celery, maybe some baby organic spinach, add some of this fresh sauce, and have that over a bunch of spaghetti squash that's been stripped from the squash, to appear in its substitute pasta form.

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    Too cold for a fuel oil run today. Wait for later. We're not low.

    Making fresh tomato pasta sauce for purpose of incorporating lycopene into the diet, an anti-prostate cancer anti-oxidant.

    https://joannsfoodbites.com/lycopene/

    Have 3 small cases of fresh, organic roma tomatoes, and using the recipe or process linked above, but with a bit more basil, oregano, some white pepper, additional onion and garlic, and some chopped celery. Maybe toss in some organic baby spinach leaves, too.

    Going to shred the guts of a baked spaghetti squash to use in place of pasta (works well), and may place some healthier cut up plant-based sausages in the sauce, as well as some nice cubed organic egg plant.. .. Would add some extra-firm tofu, but we're out.

    The poster who provided some of the information re. lycopene, or the article they provided a link to, emphasized using LOW heat (about 200 f or so, in the sautéing, if I recall) and lots of olive oil, as it apparently speeds the absorption of the lycopene, similarly to fats speeding up the absorption of orally ingested CBD or THC.

    Then, more soilless mix to build.

    Edit: Sent the third, and hopefully final (for now) message to the radio-oncologist, so when he returns to work-related tasks, there's 3 messages from me waiting. Corrected inaccurate data x's several issues, and referenced my discomfort with the THC-a tx being listed in my records, so informed him that is off the table of current pursuits now. If anyone has any questions about this, please PM me. It's now a topic with weight attached to it.

    Note, and another edit: An interweb source states that freezing lycopene for 1 year at -20 C. results in a loss of 30-40% of the lycopene in the fresh tomato/red pasta sauce. So make enough for the immediate future, and maybe enough to store frozen, cold, for a short while. Then mane more. Otherwise, it's a matter of diminishing returns.

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    Joni Mitchell

    From the 'Miles of Aisles' Lp
    (*Live with Tom Scott and the LA Express, 1974)

    'Circle Game'

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAbd1PJhOy8

    Heavy nostalgia....
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    Originally posted by Weezard View Post
    "I'd arrived at the conclusion(?) that you are doing a dropper of CBD oil in the AM, another at PM, and a dose of 140-ish mg of THC extract PM only. Did I miss something?"


    Barring memory lapses on my part, that is correct.
    You missed nothing.

    And.
    Every time you write Hydroxazine I get a little tweaked.
    That is the antihistamine that burned off all my skin and damn near killed me.
    Seems to be my only serious allergy.
    And it was not a problem in the past, until it was.


    I'd say use great caution with it.
    Most excellent, Weez.

    Depending on the strength of concentration in your CBD tincture/oil, and the size of the dropper, I figured I could half-way guesstimate you were maybe doing about 100 mg of CBD in the AM and PM, but that was based on the high potency CBD I have coming, and the size of the dropper in the bottle being sent.

    You comment re. Hydroxyzine is helpful. I've had a tight chest from the boxed wine and other things recently, that previously hadn't bothered me, but every and any new addition, from the sulfur issues in the lecithin, or the Rx antihistamine we're discussing, is potentially a suspect at this point.

    So thanks for that.

    More than a bit ironic. Yes, I know Hydroxyzine is an antihistamine, but they like to prescribe it also as a sedative, because it lacks the physical dependence issues of a benzodiazepine, and CAN help simultaneously with allergies for some.

    But now, with your tale connected to the name of the drug (I didn't read where you had named the specific drug of your 'oatmeal nightmare' before), and now will keep an eye.

    I had no negative reactions to this Rx in the recent past, but it seems you didn't initially either.

    I believe I had read that CBD or THC could interfere with the action of antihistamines, among others, and initially I'd considered that if I was having a reaction to the extracts, allergy-related, then having a 'sedative' that was also an antihistamine sounded like a bonus.

    I can say that on rare occasion, I get a little bit dizzy for a limited period of time, which is listed as a potential side-effect f the hydroxyzine, and I've wondered if that was the cause..

    I don't look forward to discontinuing even a weak PRN sedative right now, but anything new will have to be pulled and replaced, one item at a time, if this thing recurs with the splotchy rash and bump on the shnoz.

    We've got our first batch of coconut flour, almond flour, and ground psyllium husk (Keto) baguettes in the oven now. Wee bit of egg protein in there I didn't want, but otherwise the nutrition on these things damned near makes them like a low carb meal unto themselves, and THEY TASTE PRETTY DARNED GOOD, too!!

    CBD oil/tincture ought to be here Monday, and folks around here figure I will be too.

    Edit: With strange things happening that appear to be allergy/hyper-active immune system-related, I'm keeping the Epee Pen handy, even if it is nearly an antique.
    I'll try to procure another new Epee Pen soon. Always good to keep one around for whom ever might one day require it in a pinch.

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    BIM (also known as Roy Forbes)

    From his 1975 Lp 'Kid Full of Dreams'

    'You Can't expect Me to Change'

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbNeXdX4y-U

    (*An old Canadian Lp, from what was representative of a niche market Canadian music scene back then. I recall him being from Alberta originally, but don't remember for sure. Still have this here on a dubbed cassette tape. Music from the Yellow House at the Hippie School in the Yukon Territory, 1977)
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    "I'd arrived at the conclusion(?) that you are doing a dropper of CBD oil in the AM, another at PM, and a dose of 140-ish mg of THC extract PM only. Did I miss something?"


    Barring memory lapses on my part, that is correct.
    You missed nothing.

    And.
    Every time you write Hydroxazine I get a little tweaked.
    That is the antihistamine that burned off all my skin and damn near killed me.
    Seems to be my only serious allergy.
    And it was not a problem in the past, until it was.


    I'd say use great caution with it.

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    2nd COVID re-entry test results say I'm negative again. With double-entendre in play, my family says, "We know."

    Morning dose of THC didn't particularly help with chores, but I'm regrouping for another frontal assault, as long a they're concluded before Kansas City plays; we've kind of become anonymous adoptive parents to Patrick Mahomes.

    Woke up from the early nap (post capsule) with a significant amount of flaking skin between my eye-brows, and redness, as well as one moderate-size red bump resembling a fresh mosquito bite, except there's no skeeters. Me thinks the sinus thing is finding better definition in the allergy category, as was speculated by some to be the case.

    Hopefully it's all about something recently added, instead of changing metabolism, as some sort of prolonged hunt for the antagonist would chew some time & energy up..

    Found another one of those examples of Yin & Yang benefit, too, in trade off of sorts; the somewhat radical weight loss seems to be helping the healing of my rather pronounced, long-time ventral hernia, as I was told (and suspected) it would.

    Some veggie minestrone with organic black beans, red pepper sauce, and plant-based beer brats heated in it, and back to what ever is next. Mixing soilless mix maybe, but with an N95 for particulates.

    Edit: Put Hydrocortisone Cream on the apparent evidence of allergy, and it appears to be improving fairly rapidly.

    Later edit: Occurred to me that I'd had a tight chest feeling the last time I had a half-glass of boxed wine, and cited sulfur as a possible issue. Checked the Lecithin, and.. 256 mg of sulfur/serving. Not sure, but looks like cause for scrutiny.
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    Yeah, but was the driving making good time?

    After treatment ended I took on some projects to "prove to myself" I could still function. My father in law died during that time and his house needed repairs and paint and all the little things that need doing to sell an empty house. I got it done.

    Once you enter the medical portal you'll more than likely be inundated with Cancer Society literature. I gathered all of that stuff and circular filed it. I did not ask to join their club. I am not their disease.
    Thanks buzz. These days, when I need other mainstream Social Media, I use a family member's account to view things, and the electronic algorithms these sneaky bastages apply these days don't even require the electronic portal foot-print you've described to launch nonsense at you; as soon as you get to a site that sponsors ads, it becomes plenty clear that Google or someone has been sharing search histories with someone, and sending related ads, accordingly.

    I initially woke up early again, about 5:15 AM, perhaps sensing both the sinuses again, as well as my wife apparently being up, dealing with the pups. Early morning risers they are, when able.

    Had little to no tingling anxiety in the belly and chest; too soon to say it was definitively a matter of dietary imbalance. But I -CAN- say that yesterday, having watched the numbers on the digital scale dropping fairly steadily, sometimes fast enough that weight loss no longer seemed so attractive, I slammed a fair amount of "high-density, nutrient-rich, whole-plant-based diet", regained a small amount of lost ground, and there's no anxiety-born or apparent tinging or electrical sensation.

    And my heart rate is close to normal this AM (no Hydroxyzine since later mid-evening yesterday, maybe 8:30 or 9 PM, which was only a half-tab, and it's not a super long lasting drug), and my oxygenation levels are right up tip-top; 97% to 99% upon initial review.

    Ate a slightly greater dose of my own THC extract last night, dipping from another overly-full capsule; I noted a slight up-tick to heart rate, not entirely uncommon, per my reading and communications, and otherwise not an unpleasant dosing experience at all. When the 1/2-tab of Hydroxyzine and the slightly stronger dose of THC extract kicked in, I was trying to get chores completed before my chin was bouncing off my chest.

    I launched into some chores yesterday evening, feeling some greater energy, similar to what you described, buzz, but pre-tx, and without too much strain. with the exception of noting both shoulders, toward the back, and near the top of the arm-pit, more or less where the serious searing pain had occurred on the left-hand side the other day during the coughing effort on the back left side, were having some creaking and cracking going on, as well as a little antagonism toward those nerves..

    It was in response to lifting partial 27-gallon soilless mix tubs. My conclusion was that it somewhat reinforced my wife's and BT's hypotheses that the thing involves displaced nerves, resulting from the fat and muscle tissue changes.

    I recounted my tubs of soilless mixes last night, left-over from last Spring's mixes (which had been too stout on several nutrients/minerals, and too slight on 2-3 others), and redistributed the ~35+ gal. of the more stout mix, approx. equally, so the stout mix will be diluted by the greater-in-volume new mix coming in. Despite the slight increase in physical demand of this task, the energy was notably improved.
    I considered that medical crises are, or can be, to some degree, a re-boot on life. A wake-up of sorts, re. priorities, relationships, healthful habits, and more. Sometimes they also bring things that are not helpful or positive, but if a person -can- rise out of the psychological pit that such wrenches being tossed into one's life can bring, it the circumstances can help those focuses of things needing changes or tending.

    I can certainly attest to the last 4 months not having done muscle tissue much good at all. And I now seem to have sufficient excess skin, that I could likely donate enough for a good pair of boots, or a small set of luggage to be made. No clue how it might compare to snake skin, or something more exotic..

    Anyway, in under 15", I got the 35+ gal of stout mix redistributed to 7 of the 8 total tubs (disorientation has me repeatedly not remembering how many total totes I have, etc., and I see this memory thing, currently, as potentially both stress and diet related. Both factors are, for now, improving).

    Didn't make the THCa extract the last day or 2 of warmer weather. Friday would've been best, but after an intense town trip, I had too little energy. And yesterday, my thermometer on the front porch never got above 16 degrees f., so it seems I was near the inversion, but not really above or below it by much; never saw the +25 or +30 degrees f. that some did, further up in elevation. And now we're headed into -20 to -30 f for lows, at least a couple days this week, and highs near or slightly below 0. So extracting isn't apt to occur in the next week or more. Otherwise, we've skated this winter, where cold air is concerned.

    More chores today, if possible, and we may procure another 160 gallons of #1 heating (fuel) oil from town, which will put us up to full in the main 500-gallon oil tank, and fill up 2 of my stationary 55-gallon drums, or come pretty close to it. Then I just need to fill my five 30-gal. poly drums (~32.5 gal. each) and we'll be full.

    Literature on the side of the cool air, sonic mist vaporizer claims 0% humidity to 60% humidity in the area is good, and above 60% is not. I think I'm finding that 30% to 38% is best for me.

    I'll be writing the radio-oncologist a 3rd note today, through the portal, correcting the errors re. meds, labs, and scans, and telling him that, having seen the notes in my chart, e-ink on e-paper, re. my pursuing both sulforaphane and THC-a extract (non-conventional) therapies, I am no longer comfortable pursuing THCa tx. This is the only way we figure we can adjust that indiscretion, and MANY folks who haven't walked in some of our shoes, are TOTALLY naïve when it comes to the potential ramifications of having such a note on record, even these days. Loans, security clearances, employment, insurance, some licenses, border crossings etc., etc.

    Anyone who believes that Tommy Thompson's & GW Bush's HIPAA Act was truly a privacy act, hasn't read that Act too closely. It essentially opened the flood gates for insurance companies and government entities where health records are concerned, and made it more difficult for your spouse or other family to get updates on your conditions. I was working in MH when it was passed and went into effect, and we noted this BS in the bill way back then, early 1990s.

    So no, I do NOT want references to the one non-conventional tx in that record. Nope.

    Long, but thorough, and all the news or quasi-news that is, here.

    Edit: If a person finds they've overfilled capsules, and doses are tooo stout, I have found that the toothpick method of removing extract from a capsule is too inefficient; the GUM gum brushes, particularly the rubber-handled wire ones, with a green (narrow gap) or a red (medium gap?), work like a sort of mini-paint brush, expedite the process without necessarily providing too much. Oh, yeah, use a clean one. If the oil is thin enough from other additives, I've been able to accurately pour excess into another empty capsule, until dose is correct, even with a '0' capsule, but the brush method has fewer messes, and can be used to adequately gauge a proper dose through several dippings.

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    Another oldie, Bruce Cockburn tune, back when he was only on True North Records, out of Canada;

    'In the Falling Dark'

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viZzte00T0s
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