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  1. #106

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    Re: ARTHRITIS FolkCure WORKING for me!

    Juniper berries were one of the best practical jokes I ever pulled, In the seabees ,we had a chief who was a big pain and a heavy drinker.I would chew juniper berries and breathe on him, He followed me for two weeeks looking for my gin stasch, then I quit and he about went nuts trying to figure out what I was using now. the whole bunch of us were in on it , Bob

  2. #107
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    Re: ARTHRITIS FolkCure WORKING for me!

    Hmmm I'd probably be up to two or three hundred a day, and a full fledged member of AA (Arthritis Anonymous).. Pain? What Pain...drool...slobber..hiccup..fart
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  3. #108
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    I am still doing the raisins an drink alittle gin also it helps for sure !!!! Been along while since i logged in here but glad to see this is still around I havent metal detected for a good while but still have them an now thinking of loading the batteries an going again soon !!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by weasel606 View Post
    I am still doing the raisins an drink alittle gin also it helps for sure !!!! Been along while since i logged in here but glad to see this is still around I havent metal detected for a good while but still have them an now thinking of loading the batteries an going again soon !!!!
    Welcome back. The raisins and gin really do work...
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    Has anyone tried making this with both real cheap gin, and also with gin which has been distilled with real junipers? I bought a cheap bottle but will leave it sealed to take back if cheap gin really is useless.

    Surely folks here have tried the cheap gin. Thanks in advance. martin
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    Quote Originally Posted by McKinney_5900 View Post
    Has anyone tried making this with both real cheap gin, and also with gin which has been distilled with real junipers? I bought a cheap bottle but will leave it sealed to take back if cheap gin really is useless.

    Surely folks here have tried the cheap gin. Thanks in advance. martin
    Cheap gin works, that is what I use... It is the junipers in the gin that matters, not the brand of gin...
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    Some of my research today suggests that cheap gin isn't really distilled using real juniper berries and that is the key ingredient. If you say that you use the cheapest gin brand and it's working for you, then that's good enough for me. The brand peeps seem to gravitate to is Gordons. Mine is "Heaven and Hell" brand. Less than $7. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McKinney_5900 View Post
    Some of my research today suggests that cheap gin isn't really distilled using real juniper berries and that is the key ingredient. If you say that you use the cheapest gin brand and it's working for you, then that's good enough for me. The brand peeps seem to gravitate to is Gordons. Mine is "Heaven and Hell" brand. Less than $7. Thanks.
    Never heard of that brand I used Gordons....

    "Gordon's London Dry Gin was developed by Alexander Gordon, a Londoner of Scottish descent. He opened a distillery in the Southwark area in 1769, later moving in 1786 to Clerkenwell. The Special London Dry Gin he developed proved successful, and its recipe remains unchanged to this day. Triple-distilled, the gin contains juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, liquorice, orris root, orange and lemon peel."
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  9. #114
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    I'll play it safe and exchange the stuff I bought then for the Gordon's. I bought super cheap. Gotta give this the best college try if it does possibly take weeks to see it working. Thank you.
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    It only took about 7-10 days to work on me..
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  11. #116
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    I use BOWMANS Gin i get at RiteAid here its pretty cheap but i looked it up an this brand around here is made in Kentucky and is made with Juniper Berries

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    I'm still doing the raisins and gin and its still working for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by weasel606 View Post
    I'm still doing the raisins and gin and its still working for me
    Good to hear, it still works for me too!
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  14. #119
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    Just logged back in here it's been awhile again. Been doing lots of bass fishing again so my metal detecting is more off then on these days but the wife says we need to so we will be doing some dirt fishing soon when the rains permit. I am still doing the Gin And Raisins plus one in awhile i'll have a shot of gin with some 7-up Still working for me !

  15. #120

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    W/O Gin, my construction work buddies swore by "home remedies" (WD-40) for stiff joints, etc; NOT to drink... just spray it on joints.
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