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Old 10-25-2020, 02:01 AM #111
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Thanks Weez.

Our mutual friend here has my contact info and number, and may have already given that to you?

I'm a slow learner for details, focusing on every mm gained in yardage, one partial inch at a time. but it used to be I retained it after that.. not so much now... which does worry me a bit, as stated earlier.

Ruining head stash, which to date has only been partial and when it has occurred, it has been typically due to questionable soilless mixes, etc. is bad enough. But needing to make a steady and reliable supply of medicine, and the prospect of ruining that??!! Well, that would SUCK badly...If I'm making medicine, I absolutely need there to be no screw ups. I can find room some place to forgive the process and my ignorance, but the cancer likely will not....

I tell folks I've been a fortunate person with beginners luck, sometimes spanning decades.

BTW, the simmering and boiling process for the butter runs HOURS at 2 different levels of heat. And the butter I have is WAY potent (my butter, as opposed to a stash I was gifted, which also isn't bad). So if it were to be more potent, it's have to come with a bigger warning label. As is it, if I eat a half of a brownie, it's as though someone hit me up with something beyond enjoyable.

Anyway, thanks again.

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Wow! a rambler after my own heart.


Sorry about the format here. it's the best way for me. Cannabis does affect immediate memory and I am usually well oiled.
I will try to call you tomorrow. But no worry if I space out.

It happens.
Hey Weez, I looked at the gun you linked to, and while it's got a 4.5 rating and is under $20, it's not Prime. I'd have to look at their restrictions re. shipping to Alaska (they sometimes seem to think we're rich, or special, or something like that.. And often miss the fact that USPS flat-rate boxes fly here at the same pricing they do any [place else... though Amazon doesn't typically use them...)

I have access to a Prime acct., and there's another IR temp gun that is also same temp range, also a 4.5 rating, and is Prime, but is $34.

My person with a Prime acct. will look up the ins and outs of either model, shipping, etc..

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Well, we've now 'dosed' the skin tag on my right shoulder blade 2 x's with high-test heat-pressed resin (which I've been inaccurately referring to as 'heat-pressed rosin'), and I'm due for the 3rd 'pasting' in a very short time.... Like about 16 minutes from right now.

I can't see it myself, even with a mirror, due to lacking an additional 3-5 joints in my n3ck vertebrae (another part of the body that has needed work by my neurosurgeon, but for which there's little to be done, last we talked about it), so I take my wife's word for it.

Her last assessment was, "It looks a lot less happy."

I'm an OCD detail-addict, who measures many things in tiny, well-defined increments. but I live with family members who define things very broadly and often times, vaguely... Yes, there are sometimes fireworks when I ask for detailed answers, but currently any energy from anxiety is pointed elsewhere, or plainly out of sufficient 'gas' to light any fires.

Not to mention, when you have what appears to be an abundance of Neanderthal genetic make-up and the body hair to prove it, with resin being guarded in place by very sticky Scotch tape, one is wise to arrest any pointed criticism before launching it; otherwise the shoulder blade version of abrupt 'waxing' is apt to be the payback involved...

So I'll take her word for it; "It looks a lot less happy." ... OK.

Next...

I noted to another yesterday evening that the whole plant-based diet, despite some amount of meat still making its way to my gullet (though lesser amounts, for sure), tends to leave a person (me anyway) feeling more full, after eating less food... Not to mention that most organic veggies in the stores here, range in price from $2/lb. to $4 or $5/lb., with most decent meats or seafoods coming out much more than that per lb. An oddity in life where becoming more healthy physically also means perhaps being more healthy financially.. Likely an very odd circumstance, per my memory.

Shopping for a 6-8 qt. sauce pot of decent construction that suffices as 'induction cookware.' Word to the wise; don't phone your local dept. store clerk asking about such things. It's above their pay-grade in most/many cases, and in my case, I had no clue either, until Weez and Google clarified the issue for me...

Per my reading, and bear in mind I've rarely enjoyed the effects of alcohol excesses, having been raised with persons who clearly demonstrated the down-sides of excess drinking.. (*A hearty thank you for that bit of Yin & Yang), it seems that beer, whether craft beer, or random American piss water, is apparently BAD for cancer and issues with the bladder, etc. Not to mention that beer often brings substantially more carbohydrates than a shot of decent reposado tequila, which, pre-carb-conversion, scores 0 carbs, and only an average of 64 calories.... Thank you, Jose'.

Tequila comes out as relatively 'neutral' where cancer and even diabetes are concerned. Though the stomach lining and liver may be off in the corner, grumbling about having been left out of that survey...

Wine, while having some carbs, is apparently as good for bladder and other issues, as it seems to be for plaque in the arteries; who knew?? Red wine, more specifically, by the way, though I don't know if the differences in benefit between red and white wines translates to cancer and bladder issues, like they do for vascular issues. More reading is in order, there.

So those are the updates re. back-yard medical teachings in my research and observations today.

I've now managed to NOT make it to the health food store 2 days in a row, to get the capsules, lecithin, and strainer lids. I'm leaning toward today being the day.

Lots of winterizing to be done still; wooden frame of bulwarks to be repaired and re-installed in the boat, to help keep the cover lofty for the snow season, so the snow doesn't sink in, and cause more issues, all 3 trailer hitches all need lubricated with silicone spray, and wrapped in tarps with bungee straps, so if we need them in the frosty season, they're ready to go, with no icing to inhibit the use of hitch locks or hitches. And 2 more cords of wood to be processed for a neighbor... Not to mention the continuing projects, including correcting my soilless mix.. hopefully for a final or nearing-final time.

For Christmas, my wish list now includes more wind in my proverbial sails... as well as a miracle cure for cancer, (some of which we are working on), and to find in the tests that the stuff is as reclusive and hermit-like as I tend to be, and is still isolated to the prostate.

"Peace, love, and soy beans..."
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Old 10-25-2020, 10:30 PM #114
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Aloha M.E#. You wrote this to CC;



"I know this works for some/many, and know there are those who it doesn't work for.

Maybe the mind, believing, and unidentified 'mind over matter' powers of the brain are more at play, and we sometimes believe in something, and make it happen, attributing outcomes to other sources.

I know both the science of things, and the mind's attitude, play a role in all kinds of things."


While all that is true, riddle me this. How does the faith healing hypothesis apply to dogs that have no idea they are being medicated?



And know that I had zero faith in THC remission. Thought it was one of the silliest claims I'd ever heard. Only tried it from a paucity of options. There are many variable to the oil, and chemically our bodies not all the same.
That and the fact that there are many "flavors" of carcinoma, readily explain some treatment failures, yah?
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"I know this works for some/many, and know there are those who it doesn't work for.

Maybe the mind, believing, and unidentified 'mind over matter' powers of the brain are more at play, and we sometimes believe in something, and make it happen, attributing outcomes to other sources.

I know both the science of things, and the mind's attitude, play a role in all kinds of things."


While all that is true, riddle me this. How does the faith healing hypothesis apply to dogs that have no idea they are being medicated?
And know that I had zero faith in THC remission. Thought it was one of the silliest claims I'd ever heard. Only tried it from a paucity of options. There are many variable to the oil, and chemically our bodies not all the same.

That and the fact that there are many "flavors" of carcinoma, readily explain some treatment failures, yah?
Yep, there are LOTS and LOTS of variables herein.

And at this stage, for what ever the varied and may experiences I've had, I'm a virtual idiot lost in the woods in this current path.

I'm open to all possibilities, and likely make for a good test subject, as my anticipation bias is close to neutral. I may have been from Missouri in another life; the 'show me' State.

A large <2.4 gallon induction-capable stainless steel stock pot with pouring spout is (maybe) on the way, depending on shipping restrictions, which should be known in minutes.

Likewise, we're engaging in procuring the IR (cooking) thermo-gun at this time as well; again, dependent on shipping restrictions to Alaska.

Invasive adenocarcinoma is my critter, and from reading a bit, it can originate in various places, so until we get back the results from CT scan and nuclear bone scan, it's a guessing game with little purpose, to try and discuss whether it went to the prostate from another location, or originated in the prostate, or has remained local to any one place.

Again, all in unison, to the tune of the Oscar Mayer wiener tune, "My cancer has a first name, it's .."

By the time this is over, there may well be a complete stand-up comedy routine in the making here.

By the way, at a rating of 80%, I think dogs know a LOT more than we sometimes give them credit for. And in the case of German Shepherds, I think that level of cognition increases a bit for many of them. Of the 3 pups here, 2 of them, to esp. include the Shepherd, appear to be having some reactions to the change in environment/decorum/emotional atmosphere. The cause, like the rest of it, is up for speculation. But my aging Shepherd pup sure seems a bit bummed out the last few days. Transference? Projection? Maybe.
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BTW, It appears I'm several days away (or more?) from being able to send PMs, or being able to see who gave me rep and rep with comments.... Or even being able to reply to visitor messages on my page/wall.

So thanks everyone who has left messages of support, trinkets, or what ver.. whom ever you may be.

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I know this, for the moment. I had been on a roll getting projects completed before this dx came down, almost as though I intuitively knew it was past time to finish up things before... something.

Now this issue has (at the moment) taken the wind out of my sails, hopefully not for long, as many of the projects still need done; barn siding and addition to be completed, the pressure-treated wood porch and approach into the shed we replaced the foundation of, my soilless mix project, for which I have some very thorough and tangible guidance, and more.

So I need to get back in the saddle, and get 'er done, one way or another, for one reason or another.

I know I don't have time at the moment to do a miracle harvest of that Hawaiian Sativa strain I referenced, with a decent THC/CBD profile, but I wish I had about a lb. of tat here right now, to mostly make oil from... I really do. Maybe I'll put her on my Christmas list, if I can track her down and remember what the hell she was called.. The fellow I knew at that shop is back in Hawaii with his family as of several years ago, unless his status has changed. Really good guy, by my observations, too. Maybe I'll call the shop at some point, and inquire as to whether anyone there recalls the specific strain in reference.

Probably shouldn't be smoking, but I think I'll go have a puff or 3 from the more recent harvest, or some hash, and dab some of the rosin onto a skin tag or 2, with some Scotch tape, beginning the experiment, a 'la Weez. If I had a safe, functional digital camera, I could maybe treat the viewers to a couple Frankenstein-like pics of any results from the skin tag experiment... Has anyone engaged in cyst or tumor porn here before? Is it an offense that might lead to being banned?
Warning, these are fugly;
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Then the moles;
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Moles take a while. Perhaps because they are close to normal.
They can take months.

The oil pulls sebum to the surface as the mole shrinks and pinks.
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Yep, looks a lot less "happy".


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Skin tags remiss faster and melanomas can pull in 7 days.
When gone, they leave no trace, so "after" pics are unexciting, yah?
Can not express how good it was to actually see results. Gave me back my future.
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Thanks for the pictorial evidence, Weez.

Dogs have a much higher threshold for pain in many/most cases, and so they tend to exhibit behavioral symptoms related to physical issues much later than we people might, by which time the ailment(s) (to include cancers) are often further along.

I've lost good canine friends to cancer, years ago.

We're keeping an eye on the skin tag experiment. My wife's description this AM, when I questioned her for more specific details, was that it appeared more deflated or limp in appearance. We agreed that it's a bit premature to assess progress, and that the tape and extract might be the cause of 'flattening' the thing, where more subjective visual appearances are concerned.

So, we'll keep moving forward, and like the 3 wise men in the desert, waiting for some kind of sign.
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Local shop thinks the plant I was remembering was perhaps 'Aloha', but I can't remember clearly enough to say yes or no in a definitive manner.

That said, they have a 'Blue Dream' in cuttings (a handful of them remining right now) that advertises as 11% CBD and 9% THC. not bad, and closer to what I'm seeking, though in my perspective, I was hoping for a bit higher THC content, and maybe a point or 2 lower on CBD.

And the projects mount... Work may keep the mind more busy once the immediate lull in energy subsides.

Onward.

We have a lab on island so I was able to get my buds tested.
Last 5 kine tested high THC, but "no detectable CBD"
Everything I do to my plants seems to make them more potent.

Tough life, yah?


Gave that up and bought some of the CBD that Tommy Chong is selling. Eyedropper under the tongue, twice per day to supplement the oil.
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Hey Weez, I looked at the gun you linked to, and while it's got a 4.5 rating and is under $20, it's not Prime. I'd have to look at their restrictions re. shipping to Alaska (they sometimes seem to think we're rich, or special, or something like that.. And often miss the fact that USPS flat-rate boxes fly here at the same pricing they do any [place else... though Amazon doesn't typically use them...)

I have access to a Prime acct., and there's another IR temp gun that is also same temp range, also a 4.5 rating, and is Prime, but is $34.

My person with a Prime acct. will look up the ins and outs of either model, shipping, etc..

Thanks again.

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We pay envy tax in Hawaii, too. Might be cheaper to pay shipping yah?
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