They're not doing it through the BLM movement though, are they (confused), presuming you're talking about that.
Clueless. That's their personal take, yet they are doing it through a movement that has many abhorrent views and spokespeople.
The movement (lol)? Lets check why they're doing it: “It’s their duty to continue to interact with the public on matters such as equality, inclusivity and racial injustice, while using the power of their voices to help put debates on the table, raise awareness and educate.” How offensive (lol)
These are great even Daredevil used them on Netflix (y)
It offends anyone who is actually knowlegable on the movement.
Just in case no-one knows what a nebuliser is (like me ) or what is does: A nebuliser converts a solution of a drug into a fine spray. You then breathe in the spray. Nebulisers use oxygen, compressed air or ultrasonic power to break up the liquid drug to deliver the dose you need. :p
I bought one of these from lidl 5 years ago i still have it in the box never used. I couldn't find use for it
You would normally use them to nebulise prescribed medication such as Salbutamol and some antibiotics. I guess there may be other uses. This is as cheap as it gets for a Nebuliser. A&D make pretty decent medical equipment. Voted hot.
Where do you get the capsules from for these? Can they be purchased or can they only be got on prescription? Thanks
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There's certainly nothing to suggest it will increase tumour growth. Really need to look at the clinical trials for more information. I would suggest a ketogenic diet which is mostly whole food based and vegan in nature is likely to give the best results. However if people are living with terminal cancer they may decide this isn't the best way to live out there remaining days. I would certainly think the prevention side with such diets would without doubt lower risks of cancer in the first place. Unfortunately lobbying groups and pharmaceutical companies have a large foot hold in clinical trials and there is no way they would fund for such conclusion to be made public.
Some omega 3 tablets have added vitamin E to prevent oxidation. Anyway, they should be kept in fridge, especially bigger packages during these summer months.
Has anyone found any good deals on omega 3,6 and 9? Tia.
I think you've misunderstood what this is. It isn't some attempt at brainwashing you or trying to fix you, is largely just meditation exercises that have a physiological basis. I get it with my Spotify subscription and use it most days; but as has been said the trial is to figure out if its for you, for me it is, for you it probably isn't. Doesn't make it pointless to pay for.
That's kind of the point of the freebie. If you decide it's all "psycho babble" you've lost nothing, but if you find it worth paying for that's fine too.
Guided Meditation with Boho. Yoga too. youtube.com/c/bohobeautiful
Ok as a freebie but to pay money for this psycho babble is nuts!
Good to know this can be done. Having reminders to cancel can ironically make one anxious lol
(y) I totally agree, I would rather trust brands like Dr. Talbot and Costco (not that ALL amazon ones are dicey) specially which concerns your health, but seems many people dont agree with us. Have some heat though
Unfortunately you're right, I kind of expected this to go cold. Its a great deal for the actual brand...but people will vote cold because its not cheap and crappy like the amazon ones. Can't win sometimes.
As Col11 has said, people enjoy the price point around £6/£7...but then moan when the oximeter gives a pulse to a pencil and breaks after a week. Dr Talbot is a decent American brand. Hence why I posted it on here and paid the extra money to get one. I'm a medic and use this thing daily. Its accurate and definitely worth the extra for a branded product.
I know these deals are gone but it shows a hot deal for this item is around £7, I'm not voting either way on this one I'm just suggesting why it's going cold
Thanks @Wonka ! I’ve been looking to replace my old belt for a while. I have no idea if these work. Certainly hasn’t on my gut. I wear it in the evenings to stop me falling asleep in front of the TV. Nothing more effective at stopping that “it’s 9pm and I’ve slept through that programme I wanted to watch” old man issue.
Not after my housemate used it on something else, you could hear the screams in the next street!