Re: Dove soap
- From: "Cripple" <duh@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2005 22:02:24 -0700
I do not believe that a placebo effect could works every night for over 5
straight years. I think I resent that statement, but that is my problem
She had it so bad that the doctors were going to be putting her on
medication for it.
The underquilt was purchased for my FMS problems. The only reason she was
even on it was we share the same bed.
and RLS has gone away.
If it works for her, and it is not an invasive medication, isn't it worth a
try to see if someone else gets the same results.
"Nicole H" <crimsonshedemonREMOVE@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> placebo effect
> whatever works
> "~*LiveLoveLaugh*~" <Nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > Has this been discussed here before? Dove soap. Place a bar at the end
> > of your bed in between the sheets and blankets. It's suppose to help
> > RLS and leg cramping. Now, I'm not one to believe in urban legends
> > old wives tales, but my mom and dad (back/leg problems) both swear by
> > this. I was talking to Mom today because my legs are really bothering
> > at night these days. She mentioned the "Dope Soap". I couldn't wait to
> > get home and Google it.
> > Just curious what y'all think about it, and even more so... have you
> > tried it with any success??
> > <putting Dove soap on my grocery list>!!!
> > --
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> > Laurie
> > ((¸¸.·´ ..·´
> > -:¦:- ((¸¸ ·.·
> > *~*LiveLoveLaugh, and hangin' in there!*~*
> > "How disappointment tracks the steps of hope..."
> > ~Letitia Landon
- Re: Dove soap
- From: Nicole H
- Re: Dove soap