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    On ya Wasp...

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    I can truly recommend the Apple Cider Vinegar with honey and/or garlic, taken every day morning, not immediately resulting but long term usage benefit. Taken it for years (my wife as well) and the usual previous problems of knee, hip joints have not shown up.

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    ^ Couldn't agree more, KD.

    Although I have just recently substituted raw garlic, with Kyolic aged garlic... oh, if you take vitamin C, take it with your garlic, it releases 200% more nitric oxide, lowers blood pressure
    improves blood flow unfortunately, has a nasty side-affect, gives you concrete morning wood.

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    Great news, Wasp. I wonder how much the turmeric had to do with the relatively rapid recovery, though ? Hard to tell, really.

    I guess that next time you could take turmeric and then if the pain stays, then take a Celebrex. I don't like taking them, myself, and once again caution against their prolongued use. Use carefully and for a short period only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    has a nasty side-affect, gives you concrete morning wood.
    ??? Do not understand with my poor English...
    Anyway, I would not know about any nasty side effect. Yes, I take regularly C (mostly 3xdaily 1,000mg) and Turmeric too, +fish oil, Calcium.
    Trying to leave out Ambes for lowering blood pressure, once it does not go much over 150.

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    ^ He's talking about a "woody", or erection, Klondyke.

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    Thanks for enlightening. I cannot complain, only in my case it is not wood but a stone...

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    Walk on wasp , I too have wonky joints, if you stroll up here, you certainl wont have problems in Korat maybe just a pain in the Akha.


    Seriuosly the cold weather in Europe gave me knees and whiplash problems for years, swim, massage and sauna great , best move I did was move to the Tropics,

    It is also worth getting a new scan/opinion if you have the cash or insurance cover

    Good luck from Limpy in Lanna
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    [QUOTE=Davis Knowlton;3710401]
    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983;3710382

    Farkin' 'ell... that's hard core, mate!

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    Not really. Didn't even have to stitch it up; just some butterfly sutures covered with gauze for a day or two. I did the same 'surgery' on my brother a few years later. He had a lump in his neck that was worrying him - turned out of be several hunks of shrapnel that had migrated from chest wounds from an RPG.
    Jeez! I'm glad I never played war games in your backyard as a kid!

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