Thursday, December 9, 2010

My Favorite Prescription

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Who wouldn’t mind taking a prescription like this to help relieve any malady?

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“Dr. Dawn” showed up at my house the other day with my prescription for a Chick-fil-A Peppermint Chocolate Chip milkshake already filled and in-hand. Attached to my ‘prescription’ was the following:

Instructions: Consume 1 Chick-fil-A Peppermint Chocolate Chip milkshake bid, prn, until kidney stone passes. Then prn just because I said so.

Active ingredients: Calories ~ 700, Love ~ 800, Prayers ~ priceless.

Manufacturer: Chick-fil-A Corporation, Atlanta, GA

Refill as needed.

If only I can convince Rick that this prescription is necessary…and see if our insurance will cover it also.

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8 comments:

  1. Sound like a cure for most of the worlds Aailments. Love it. I think i may have to write a script for myself as Dr. Mom.

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  2. I read this online....Maybe Rick can be persuaded... hehee

    Peppermint (Mentha piperita), spear-mint (M. spicata) and other mints. Mints have traditionally been used to treat gallstones. One stone-relieving mixture, a British over-the-counter "gallstone tea" preparation called Rowachol, contains chemicals from several members of the mint family. In one British study, this product helped a quarter of those who used it.

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  3. Girl, you know I'm loving this post! ;-) Praying that the kidney stones passes really soon, so you can be on the mend.

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  4. Only 700 calories! I was thinking it'd be way worse. I might need one of those too!

    I hope that stone passes soon!

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  5. hehe sounds like a very valid prescription :-)

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  6. Only 700 calories! I was thinking it'd be way worse. I might need one of those too!

    I hope that stone passes soon!

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  7. Sound like a cure for most of the worlds Aailments. Love it. I think i may have to write a script for myself as Dr. Mom.

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  8. hehe sounds like a very valid prescription :-)

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