Oxygen is the primary way to care and treat for smoke inhalation but would tea with honey help as well? I would assume so but after water and rest my throat is still giving me grief and I couldn’t find anything about it online, so I have come to you and your followers for guidance. Thank you!

simonalkenmayer:

Actually, I can give you a great deal of information on this.

Smoke inhalation isn’t just smoke in the throat. It’s also an irritation and searing of the very sensitive lung tissue. It is treated with oxygen because the very tender air sacks in the lungs can no longer expand as usual, which means higher oxygen concentrations must be fed to the cells that still can inflate and pull oxygen into the blood stream. The problem requires three things: things that suppress the inflammation response and therefore the buildup of fluid in the lungs, things that keep things sterile and prevent DNA repair issues, and things that assist healing.

Antioxidant rich foods (tea is one), natural antiseptics with the ability to assist in healing (honey is one), and proteins are what you need. More humid air may or may not help depending on the irritation you’re suffering. Mushrooms and certain herbs are known to reduce inflammation. Rest and lower amounts of movement can help, because the body is not exerting itself and therefore doesn’t need as much oxygen while healing.

I’d also recommend licorice.

Crumbling in solitude in a pine forest in England’s Breckland area, this castle-like structure dates to about 1400. With its three-foot thick walls, defensive arrow slits, and once-barred windows, it’s a testament to the value landowners and poachers alike once attributed to rabbits.

After being reintroduced by the Normans, rabbits became a luxury item in 15th-century England. They were prized for both their meat and fur. Landowners feared armed bands of violent bunny poachers so much they constructed impenetrable lodges and employed a resident “warrener” to tend to and defend their precious fluffy-tailed resource.

Inevitably, the intrinsic value of rabbits fell as the captive critters escaped their guardians and bred, as they do, in the wider countryside. Most warren lodges were abandoned by the 18th century. However, Thetford Warren Lodge was in continuous use as a place to store and dry rabbit skins until it was damaged by fire in 1935. Its late survival is thanks to the sandy soil of the Breckland, which is not well suited for commercial agriculture. Rabbits and flint remained the lifeblood of the local economy until the 20th century.

As with most structures of its age in Britain, Thetford Warren Lodge is not without its own spooky legends. Here, the threat of the supernatural comes from an unusual source: a giant Monty Python-esque spectral rabbit with glowing red eyes. According to the legend, this prophetic horror bunny foretells the impending doom of all who see it. The lodge was also supposedly once a leper’s house, and is apparently additionally haunted by the ghost of a man.

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Oxygen is the primary way to care and treat for smoke inhalation but would tea with honey help as well? I would assume so but after water and rest my throat is still giving me grief and I couldn’t find anything about it online, so I have come to you and your followers for guidance. Thank you!

Actually, I can give you a great deal of information on this.

Smoke inhalation isn’t just smoke in the throat. It’s also an irritation and searing of the very sensitive lung tissue. It is treated with oxygen because the very tender air sacks in the lungs can no longer expand as usual, which means higher oxygen concentrations must be fed to the cells that still can inflate and pull oxygen into the blood stream. The problem requires three things: things that suppress the inflammation response and therefore the buildup of fluid in the lungs, things that keep things sterile and prevent DNA repair issues, and things that assist healing.

Antioxidant rich foods (tea is one), natural antiseptics with the ability to assist in healing (honey is one), and proteins are what you need. More humid air may or may not help depending on the irritation you’re suffering. Mushrooms and certain herbs are known to reduce inflammation. Rest and lower amounts of movement can help, because the body is not exerting itself and therefore doesn’t need as much oxygen while healing.

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Can’t risk it

This is the Cassowary of Creativity

It just kicked the everloving shit out of the duck for threatening you, and wishes you a good, creative day.
You are Safe Now.

this is the idea chicken

she lays an idea egg every day whether you use it or not

idea eggs will be plentiful for you because the world is a vast and fascinating source of ideas and you don’t need luck or blog voodoo to have them for breakfast every morning

wasn’t gonna, but then…

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simonalkenmayer:

simonalkenmayer:

I am giving serious thought

To putting the books out in a self published medium.

My agent has worked very diligently to sell them to publishing companies, and while I appreciate her efforts, and we have had interest…I am simply not comfortable turning over control to anyone. This is an experiment and I cannot abide someone editing my life to suit a genre. I do, however, want to expand the market to include others who do not read on devices.

And so I am considering it.

Do you think it is something worth doing?

This voids no rules of my contract with Tapas. I have sole rights to my Material.

It would help immensely though, to have as many notes and opinions as possible on this, because I would have to have a meeting with my agent and discuss with her the reasons I want to change the marketing strategy. I’ll likely have to give her a percentage as well.

I would need to have new covers for them. I could hire an artist who is a stranger to me…but I’d almost like it to be a fun event. But I wouldn’t want to offend the artistic community.

Do Cover competitions happen? Or is it a tremendous waste of time to create something if it doesn’t win? I know so many very talented people. Seems a shame to source the art from strangers.

simonalkenmayer:

I am giving serious thought

To putting the books out in a self published medium.

My agent has worked very diligently to sell them to publishing companies, and while I appreciate her efforts, and we have had interest…I am simply not comfortable turning over control to anyone. This is an experiment and I cannot abide someone editing my life to suit a genre. I do, however, want to expand the market to include others who do not read on devices.

And so I am considering it.

Do you think it is something worth doing?

This voids no rules of my contract with Tapas. I have sole rights to my Material.

It would help immensely though, to have as many notes and opinions as possible on this, because I would have to have a meeting with my agent and discuss with her the reasons I want to change the marketing strategy. I’ll likely have to give her a percentage as well.

I am giving serious thought

To putting the books out in a self published medium.

My agent has worked very diligently to sell them to publishing companies, and while I appreciate her efforts, and we have had interest…I am simply not comfortable turning over control to anyone. This is an experiment and I cannot abide someone editing my life to suit a genre. I do, however, want to expand the market to include others who do not read on devices.

And so I am considering it.

Do you think it is something worth doing?

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