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Brain Freeze: Can putting faith in cryonics deliver life after death? The moneyed boys sure hope so!

Pastry Cream or Vanilla Custard

Pastry Cream or Vanilla Custard / 2 cups half and half cup sugar, plus 2 Tablespoons sugar teaspoon salt 5 egg yolks 3 Tablespoons cornstarch 4 Tablespoons butter 1 vanilla bean or 2 teaspoons vanilla extract teaspoons cognac, optional

Autistic Problem Number 4: Having to contend with people who don’t believe you when you say that certain smells make you literally una...

MS Multiple Sclerosis Side Effects, this is why I stopped everything 4 years ago. Not going to be an experiment for the crooked drug companies to make $$$$$ off.

■Fibromyalgia is a combination of chronic pain in muscles, tendons, ligaments ■With Fibromyalgia IBS, CFS, Headaches, Fatigue and sleeping problems can be present ■Effects 2% of population, and 85% of them are women (Werner 2009) ■Combination or hormonal and neuro imbalances ■Presents as musculo-skeletal system pain, but is a central nervous system problem (Werner) ■Client does not get level 4 sleep to enable correct depth of rest

Japanese Konnyaku Jellies - Gel sweets with fruit inside. Similar to jello, just slightly different. Easy to make. Ingredients: konnyaku powder gel mix, citric acid, hot water, fruits. Fyi, konnyaku is a digestible starch made from a plant. It is considered safe to eat and is used in numerous Asian recipes. It makes both savory and sweet foods, for example, noodles and jelled cubes for soups.

21 Freezer Meals for People With Zero Time During the Week

Medical Madness: How the Feds Approved Drugs for Fibromyalgia That Don't Work Well While Barring Access to One That Might :: Health RisingHe...

How to Make Aspirin from a Willow Tree

In this article, I will be showing you how to make a crude form of aspirin from the bark of a willow tree. It is a great remedy for headaches, hangovers, and other minor pain. The use of the willow tree as a mild pain reliever goes back to the Native Americans, who used it in much the same way that I do.