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April 4, 2010

Old Folks Remeidies- Weird nd Bizzare Facts

 Lilyruths"This and that, STRANGE FACTS:Canada Dry Ginger Ale-Drinking Dry ginger ale helps relieve an upset stomach. Ginger seems to absorb the gastric acid. LEGEND HOLDS that the screwdriver-a mixture of vodka and orange juice- was INVENTED by American engineer in the middle east when he stirred the concoction with a screwdriver.IN COLDEST REGIONS OF RUSSIA -Construction workers add vodka to the transmission fluid of gas-powered machines and vehicles to prevent transmission fluid from freezing when the temperature drops below zero degrees Faranheit..COFFEE:  Drink a couple of cups of Coffee. Coffee acts as a vasoconstrictor, reducing the swelling of blood vessels that causes headache.. "Not tonight, I have a headache" is possibly the most well-known and well-used excuse of all time.

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