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Originally posted by Mapkar
reply to post by DerepentLEstranger
If you can add salt to your food when you need it, I'd think it's better than having too much that you can't get rid of...
Researchers say the juice at the bottom of a pickle jar is more effective at staving off crippling muscle cramps than water. In fact, pickle brine seemed to ease cramp pains so quickly that he doubts it even had time to leave athletes' stomaches before it started to work.
Instead, Miller and the other researchers argued that pickle juice might spark some kind of "neurally mediated reflex" that helps give the right cues to misfiring muscles, which are thought to cause cramps.
Originally posted by Catalyst317
reply to post by Daedal
I never thought about a garden along my route. How big of a garden were you thinking of? A nice sized one or just a few plants?