pools, picnics, walks, you name it and those sunburns
can burn all night long and into the next day.
especially as we spend a lot of time in the sun at Lake Powell
read in a women's magazine about a university study
using milk for burns and they thought it was the
proteins in the milk and they stated it had to be
whole milk. Wish I had saved that article and written
But that is another story!
left some, and he came out with some vanilla ice cream.
Hey, I didn't have any Vitamin D
and I was desperate to try anything. With a paper towel, I
Within half an hour I was active again, and had totally forgotten
When I told several of these experiences to my pharmacist
friend, she said I needed to share this information with
burn units. She was interested in the sunburn, but fascinated
with the other burns. I never have done that, but I thought
I would share it with you for summer.
It really is miraculous, so don't get burned this summer
without having Vitamin D on hand in some form or other.
This isn't like Aloe Vera or ice, this actually takes the heat out
in just minutes. Give it a try as I know you are going to get
burned in one way or another soon. But don't put it off - do
it the minute you come in from the sun. I don't know why,
but it doesn't work if you wait until the evening when you
really start hurting.
(I just got burned last week doing crafts with a hot glue
gun! A little milk on a paper towel and despite it instantly
blistering, within an hour the pain was gone.)
I am going to share this secret with