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    running my LBG

    On my repaired knee after a tweak on it while meadow skipping today. Hit it earlier with dmso and topical glucosamine chondroitin.

    Not really swollen but pretty sore.

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    FOOK ME.

    Got a bad kick back today while on a ladder cutting a hudge limb off a dead tree with a chain saw.

    Landed on my side and intercostal bruising for sure. Hitting LBG hard along with Splat creme and vitamin I.

    Getting old sux.
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    https://www.abbreviations.com/LBG

    If I had to guess from that list, I think I would say Leg Break Googly? Is that what you’re icing?

    (Currently nursing a TPF and Splat Spooging 2-3 times daily)

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    It says light beam generator on the box

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    Correct Light Beam Generator

    Originally devised to promote active draining of the Lymph system but has all kinds of other applications.

    Very good at reducing or eliminating swelling and edemas due to trauma. I beamed for several hours last evening after my boo boo. It helped for sure but bruised rib cage still hurts pretty good today. Meds, Splat creme and LBG all help.
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    good bike crash Sat
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    maybe instead of the LBG you should try being more careful?

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    So, you actually get a benefit from the LBG? The literature looks a bit quackish to me. “Negative charged photons”? No such thing exists.

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    It works well on swelling and bruises. Originally designed to facilitate drainage of blocked lymph nodes.

    It helps to heal but does not eliminate damage. Used it last week after a bad mtn bike crash. It was a full day before I got home to use it so a lot of the swelling had already started but its nearly all gone now so...

    It was one of Lance Armstrongs seacrit recovery mechanisms for many of those TDF wins.
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    It may actually work, I don’t know, but the explanations from the manufacturer about how it’s supposed to work sound completely bogus. Photons don’t carry charge. But maybe it works in some other way than they describe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyk View Post
    So, you actually get a benefit from the LBG? The literature looks a bit quackish to me. “Negative charged photons”? No such thing exists.
    Maybe not in this universe but there are many universes. It says so on TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    Maybe not in this universe but there are many universes. It says so on TV.
    Smart people have come up with equations and theories that allow for the possibility of many universes. Seems rather unlikely to me, but what do I know.

    This universe is hard enough to comprehend. Just the fact that you and I, everything on Earth, all of the solar system, the Milky Way, and every other Galaxy, all 100+ billion of them that we currently know about... all started out at a single infinitesimal point some 13.8 billion years ago is enough to ponder.

    And the fact that everything on Earth that is heavier than helium came from at least one other star that supernova’d before our sun came into existence some 4.6 billion years ago is something else worth thinking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyk View Post
    Smart people have come up with equations and theories that allow for the possibility of many universes. Seems rather unlikely to me, but what do I know.

    This universe is hard enough to comprehend. Just the fact that you and I, everything on Earth, all of the solar system, the Milky Way, and every other Galaxy, all 100+ billion of them that we currently know about... all started out at a single infinitesimal point some 13.8 billion years ago is enough to ponder.

    And the fact that everything on Earth that is heavier than helium came from at least one other star that supernova’d before our sun came into existence some 4.6 billion years ago is something else worth thinking about.
    It is scientifically proven that thinking about this stuff too hard is bad for you.

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