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Got anxiety? Have some salt!

When it comes to cures or tips for anxiety, there are a million tricks out there. You’ve got your catch-all of prescribed anti-anxiety meds that are highly addictive with a thousand side effects. 696 more words

Would you like some ranch with that?

Ranch dressing has quite the following to it, doesn’t it? People put that stuff on everything like ketchup. They have even made a ranch fountain instead of a chocolate fountain.  232 more words

Homebrew Project #33 6 To Midnight Coffee & Cream by Nubis Sanctum Ales

Rating: 5/5

Homebrew Project #33 6 To Midnight Coffee & Cream by Nubis Sanctum Ales is a 10% ABV Imperial Cream Ale brewed with Blood Lord Coffee Beans by  366 more words

Anime Beers :P

Later, later

Sapevate che tra 4500 milioni di anni-Terra la galassia di Andromeda si fonderà con la Via Lattea? Gli scienziati dicono che non c’è pericolo di collisioni stellari, si potrà continuare a scrivere stronzate sui socials. 102 more words

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Can you transform cheese into morphine? Actually, your body can.

Let’s talk about cheese for a moment. Wonderful, salty, gooey, delicious cheese. It makes a great  sandwich, it makes incredible warm dips, and it even makes a hangry child tame again with one stick. 289 more words

Are You a Sugar Addict?

Sugar is hiding everywhere. As humans we are genetically wired to like sugar, some of us much more than others. Research has shown that some people are genetically prone to developing a sugar addiction, and thus will typically have a harder time detoxing and getting the sugar out of their diet. 1,945 more words

Alternative Medicine

Milk Does a (Young) Body Good

“Everything gets better with milk.”

― Debasish Mridha

Well, some things, anyway.

Cow Sap, Chalk Water, Udder Honey, Moo Juice. By any name, it’s cow’s milk, and over the decades the dairy farmers and milk producers have caught our attention through advertisements with, what are now, iconic catch-phrases like, “Got Milk?” and “Milk – It does a body good”. 629 more words