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Use with caution if allergic to bee to be taken by children, during pregnancy, while breastfeeding, by those on medication, following a low protein diet, or with chronic health problems unless under the recommendation of a health care practitioner. Do not use if you have gastrointestinal blockage. Discontinue and consult a health care practitioner if symptoms of digestive upset occur, worsen, or persist beyond 3 days. Consumption with other caffeine-containing products or drugs which increase blood pressure is not recommended. This product is not intended as a substitute for sleep. Use with caution if allergic to bee products.

When I was a young girl I stepped on a rake & it almost went all the way thru my foot. I went to the ER that day & they cleaned it & dressed it. I did not get a tetanus shot because I had had one recently. When I went to see the family physician 2 or 3 days later, I had blood poisoning halfway up my leg. The Dr. told me to soak the foot in hot hot water & take antibiotics. My grandmother happened to be visiting at the time & she scalded some milk, put a slice of bread in it until it soaked up the milk, then put it on some cloth to make a poultice. We applied the poultice to my wounds & it drew out a lot of the infection each time we applied it. The blood poisoning was gone in a few days.

Brushing your dog on a regular basis is a good way to detect dog tumors and other abnormalities on the body. Look for swelling, lumps, and sores that don't heal. Other signs include weight loss, lameness, lack of interest in food, problems breathing and bleeding from any bodily opening. Look for changes in behavior or in routine. I once had a coworker whose dog stopped climbing onto her favorite chair to nap. An X-ray at the vet clinic revealed cancerous tumors in several organs. So take note when you see changes in your dog or his/her behavior.

Nap 50 milk thistle

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