Jam "cure" ...

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    Feb 21, 2008 4:10 AM GMT
    ok, maybe just a treatment.

    In my workout session with my PT today, we were repeating an exercise that he has had me do before. It's like skipping sideways. Both of us do it together, facing each other. And we throw a ball back and forth to each other during the skipping.

    On one of my catches, I jammed my little finger. It hurt at the time somewhat and is now reddish at the first joint with the subcutaneous bleeding, and it swelled a bit. So it was stiff and a bit painful.

    I know that the omega oils are good for treating inflammation. I use a tablespoon of cod liver oil to help with the soreness in my right shoulder. So I decided to try it for this jammed finger.

    Bingo! Twenty minutes after taking a tbls of cod liver oil, this admittedly minor jam ceased hurting, reduced in swelling and regained flexing mobility.

    Ok...just wanted to share my medical breakthru of the 21st Century.
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    Feb 21, 2008 7:04 PM GMT
    Caslon saidok, maybe just a treatment.

    In my workout session with my PT today, we were repeating an exercise that he has had me do before. It's like skipping sideways. Both of us do it together, facing each other. And we throw a ball back and forth to each other during the skipping.

    On one of my catches, I jammed my little finger. It hurt at the time somewhat and is now reddish at the first joint with the subcutaneous bleeding, and it swelled a bit. So it was stiff and a bit painful.

    I know that the omega oils are good for treating inflammation. I use a tablespoon of cod liver oil to help with the soreness in my right shoulder. So I decided to try it for this jammed finger.

    Bingo! Twenty minutes after taking a tbls of cod liver oil, this admittedly minor jam ceased hurting, reduced in swelling and regained flexing mobility.

    Ok...just wanted to share my medical breakthru of the 21st Century.



    Tiger Balm is great for inlamm' also !