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Text 426, 112 rader
Skriven 2006-11-17 08:27:06 av James Bradley (1:134/77.0)
    Kommentar till text 425 av Ardith Hinton (1:153/716.0)
Ärende: Food & Drugs...  2B.
============================
Heya:

I'm just winging these messages out. No proofread to speak of, and I may have
to keep it that way. I have timely messages in my upload file, with this post
awaiting responding. If I don't crank out a post to this now, your message goes
buried in an old download file. It's the worst part about OLMR, but one I have
to work around.

It's the same old story, that the quips are easy to pound out, but the thought
provoking messages, get shortchanged.


On or about: 11-15-06  10:32, Ardith Hinton did engage James Bradley regarding,
but not limited to: Food & Drugs...  2B.

 
 JB>  How a spice could calm a stomach is news to me too.


 AH> Yeah.  I wonder if what certain spices do is to 
 AH> irritate the bowel & keep things moving along.  That may be 
 AH> a factor with Nora.  She often uses the word "tummy" as 
 AH> children do, indicating the area around the belly button.  
 AH> ;-)

As I do... <L> I called a part of my large intestines, as tubie stuff, when I
couldn't recall the proper term at a doctor visit last year.
 
 
 JB>  Usually, Wesabi <SP?> is more than a sharp garnish, it
 JB>  is a required enzyme substitute to cooking the fishies.


 AH> Hmm... I didn't know that.  I imagine the 
 AH> Japanese know what they're doing, however, because they've 
 AH> been eating the same way for a long time.  Our ancestors 
 AH> may not have understood vitamins, enzymes, etc. the way we 
 AH> do now... but I think there is a lot of folk wisdom in 
 AH> certain traditional combinations.

I'm sure machismo, and trial and error played a part. One fella is puking his
guts out, and the other is vibrant. Lady A ate a pointy fish and died, where
lady B removed the glands first...
 

 JB>  A table-spoon full of vinegar is the best fix for
 JB>  acid reflux.


 AH> Any particular kind?  I'm surprised because 
 AH> vinegar is usually acid. Calcium and/or magnesium sounds 
 AH> more logical, and seems to help....  :-)
 
Why swing the acid content, when you want to even it out? A Tums only swings
the pendulum, and can't even start to sway the ph balance by much. Hydrochloric
acid is so strong, a whole roll of Tums may up the ph by a point.

Hence my assumption the cap(whatever it's called) oil in a hot pepper, will
reinforce the acid balance. Fighting it, requires the secretions increase to
counteract the foreign substance.

 
 AH> Yes.  I've always tried to encourage her to be aware of what
 AH> her  body is telling her... and it paid off when she was in 
 AH> treatment for leukemia!  I've never been on chemo myself, 
 AH> so I had to depend on her to show me what her needs were.  
 AH> Then I would hit the books to find out why, for example, 
 AH> she wanted pork chops every day for the two weeks she was 
 AH> taking a certain drug.  It's too much of a stretch for some 
 AH> grownups to accept the idea that a preschooler might know 
 AH> more about what is going on in her own body than they do.  
 AH> But I keep doing the same thing because it seems to work 
 AH> for us, and I learn a lot that way....  :-)

And then I learned, taste buds, and the sense of smell diminish with age. When
us kids used to hate walking into a building in Heritage Park, (A collection of
old buildings, and environments.) it was because we smelled the 'old' much more
profusely than when we grew up.


 AH> [re my aunt's theory that fish don't feel pain]
 JB>  Maybe you were young enough, not to be encumbered by
 JB>  fancy scientific justifications. Someone did a study,
 JB>  that does give the fishes ownership of feelings.


 AH> Uh-huh.  I know of a study indicating plants experience fear
 AH> as  well. I think many folks assume that because some other 
 AH> living being doesn't have the same receptors we do, they 
 AH> don't experience what we do *at all*.  They say cats don't 
 AH> see colours.  But they can't explain to my satisfaction why 
 AH> both cats who shared our home for many years... when they 
 AH> saw an assortment of decorations on the Christmas tree... 
 AH> almost invariably batted off the red ones first, then the 
 AH> yellow ones, then others (including bright colours such as 
 AH> silver & gold).  The same preferences, incidentally, are 
 AH> typical of human babies & toddlers....  :-)

(Thinking out of my hat.) They see a distinct image in the red spectrum, as if
they are looking into a globe-like mirror. Blue... Not so much. <???>

I have another marathon session to answer right now, so I do think you both
will have to suffice with a little of a brush off. Nothing personal.



... James

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