ow. that sounds like it would hurt…but I feel like one of those curious cats that wants to try it out immediately.
I think there is a market here… as a fellow sinus congestion sufferer I’d be willing to try anything.
Thanks for the laughs
Yeah, I’m okay.
You know, here’s an idea for Audiojungle authors:
Why not make therapeutic tracks designed for this sort of thing? I create my own ambient tracks and play them on CD when I go to sleep. Some people even design entire soundtracks to help with sinus congestion, concentration, or just to chill out after a crazy day.
I have Asperger’s Syndrome and ADD myself. When I was in school, I often found that listening to certain sounds on loop over and over again helped me do a lot better on my homework. The teachers at school gave me permission to be an exception to the “no headphones” rule during class because of this.
We have so many talented musicians and sound artists here that could benefit from having a new category of music that Audiojungle can call “Therapeutic.”
What do you guys think?
maybe too late but one great natural ingredient to prevent cold is this one http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinnamon
just use it normally in your food as spice and the probability of catching a cold will go down.tested by me (off course healthy food is a important also)
Tested by you – human, or by you – the parrot?
Never use rapid vibration anywhere.