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Old 04-23-2013, 03:48 AM   #12531
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Oh, I only shoot at aspirin tablets with a .410 and #7 1/2 shot. Granddaughter uses a slingshot to loft them, and you have to hit them on the wing......



Not to mention that they must be in season.....
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This is how I had to weld today!!! F**king allergies!!!. My nose was like a faucet!!!


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Dude, you need to find some local raw honey. Take a spoonful every morning and every evening. Try it for a week and let us know what happens. If that doesn't help then find a beekeeper who collects pollen from his bees and try that. You should be able to find a local Beek at a farmer's market.
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Dude, you need to find some local raw honey. Take a spoonful every morning and every evening. Try it for a week and let us know what happens. If that doesn't help then find a beekeeper who collects pollen from his bees and try that. You should be able to find a local Beek at a farmer's market.
Something to do with the local allergens being processed through the bees, and helping to build an immunity, right?
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Dude, you need to find some local raw honey. Take a spoonful every morning and every evening. Try it for a week and let us know what happens. If that doesn't help then find a beekeeper who collects pollen from his bees and try that. You should be able to find a local Beek at a farmer's market.
or not! and i'll buy more stock in Kleenex!
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Dude, you need to find some local raw honey. Take a spoonful every morning and every evening. Try it for a week and let us know what happens. If that doesn't help then find a beekeeper who collects pollen from his bees and try that. You should be able to find a local Beek at a farmer's market.
+1!!!!
Been doing this for several years now, it helps a lot. Green tea with honey. Mmmmmm. When the season hits me hard, I still gotta resort to claritin.
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Something to do with the local allergens being processed through the bees, and helping to build an immunity, right?
Yup. Seasonal allergies are generally caused by pollen in the air. Bees collect the pollen along with nectar from which they make the honey. Some of the pollen gets in with the honey, which helps to inoculate a person to protect against the allergy. I introduced my boss to my honey a couple of weeks ago by giving him a pound. Two or three days later he bought 3 pounds, and a couple days after that he bought 4 more pounds for friends of his, including his pharmacist.

It is important that you use raw local honey though. The closer the hives are to where you live/work the better.
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+1!!!!
Been doing this for several years now, it helps a lot. Green tea with honey. Mmmmmm. When the season hits me hard, I still gotta resort to claritin.
The honey must be raw for the greatest benefits. 150 degrees F is the threshold, anything above that is no longer considered raw. If your tea water is too hot when you add the honey (I have honey with green tea as well) it will diminish the beneficial effects of the honey by "killing" the pollens and the enzymes that make honey somewhat medicinal. Almost all of the honey that you buy in the store is Pasteurized so it has very few, if any, beneficial effects.

(never feed honey to infants younger than 18 months of age- they can get sick due to their weak immunities)
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A bat I found in the back yard. I think he drank too much blood. He looks like he's puking.

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You better get you some more! I have probably around 120-200 lbs right now. Mine is mostly in 5 gallon buckets.
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