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    Quote Originally Posted by mellowsong View Post
    It absolutely MUST be done on the waning gibbous!
    And in the nude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    And in the nude.
    ::Smacks self on forehead:: Highlander is absolutely right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    And in the nude.
    That would be "sky clad" to you, pilgrim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maurya View Post
    That would be "sky clad" to you, pilgrim.
    Ooh, a Pagan!

    As Mellowsong says, "Sun worship 10 a.m."?

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    And a Happy Beltane to one and all!

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    Taking Toprol for CHF, I found it necessary to quit caffeinated beverages. Overkill? There are many references in med literature that indicate caffeine and toprol are antagonists and since I need the effects of toprol to my system, I felt it wise to discontinue caffeine.

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    That was a logical reasonable choice, bahmi9. Prescription medications react with food and especially caffeine and I thnk that was a wise choice to make looking at everything. Mellow and I found a good decaf organic coffee from Mount Hagen -- it's instant but tastes very good.
    With our heart conditions we limit caffeine.
    Last edited by Reesacat; 12-04-11 at 09:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reesacat View Post

    "ways to reduce oxidative stress"
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