They do.... in cola, root beer, purple passion and many more.Why dispensaries don’t offer colas?
I thought I would never lose my hair.What age is hair a issue?
Because "they" are assholes!Why is it not legal the world over?
I’m much younger 62 ( Still a kid in my day dreams)They do.... in cola, root beer, purple passion and many more.
If you meant colas, like in nice big buds, they don't because they are now working in bulk, and do not want to be less than frugal with or be forced to give consideration to:
- storage Space
- end weight
I thought I would never lose my hair.
I had thick full hair my entire life, and as I became older, it became coarser, and more thick than in my youth.
A year ago I turned 69... and within a month of that birthday I started to notice a growing thin spot at my crown.
What they call male pattern baldness.
It now is a concern.
I have ego tied up in my physical appearance.
Hair was always important to me.
so as I prepare to be 70 I am taking Finasteride. They call it also Propecia.
Coincidence is that at the same time.. my prostate started to be enlarged!
Same pill for both issues!
An observational Study of the Association between Androgenetic Alopecia and Size of the Prostate
I can have a new modern prostate surgery... and I will be asleep since I have spasticity
(they can't risk me jerking while inside of me)
I am waiting to be called... but I will still keep taking the Finasteride...
..in hopes that my hair loss will at least slow to a halt... and perhaps start regrowth.
Sorry to become long winded.
The answer to what you just asked.... 70
For me at least act 70 hair became an issue.
Because "they" are assholes!
Kindness s a rare feature these daze?I guess it will be no surprise to you all, that I have received a couple of donations of newer, state of the art Vaporizers.
Yes. The Tafée Bowle is among them.
The Bowle is a unit that I racked my brain thinking about, and figuring where they would do the most good.
I met a patient that is one of the sweetest and most beautiful young women I have known.
Hardship brings the best out in people often.
I see her tomorrow about a Tafée Bowle.
The first Tafée Bowle Recipient!
Still active around home, except on her weaker, sicker days.
She is wonderful, beautiful.... and all alone.
Her parents are deceased.
Seriously ill with Hodgkin's Lymphoma, she is only 28...
..and has been deserted by her husband.
Prick started cheating on her during her hospitalization.
He was home cheating in their marital bed.
Made me cry.
Crying right now.
He left her because she found out she can't have kids.
His telling her he was leaving was before her diagnosis.
She was diagnosed before he left, in fact he stayed for a few more months and watched her get ill.
She weighs under 100 pounds.
He left her empty handed, and she is now on Medicaid and other govt. programs.
A licensed certified teacher that won't be able to work again.
Her husband took her computer and she is too sick to want to fight for her possessions.
The husband watched his own wife puke without sympathy and left without remorse.
I hate him for this.
My wishes for him have left me confused and troubled, as I am not familiar with this level of dismissive behavior...
.. and I am not accustomed to feeling this level of disappointment in my fellow man.
This is where that 1st Tafée Bowle is going.
I think this is a beautiful place for it to land.
I bought her a 1/8 ounce of G13 to go with it.
I would gladly give up my own food for this fragile girl that is way too sick... way too soon.
I look forward to my appointment tomorrow.
I just wish my eyes would stop leaking and dry up.