Subject: Re: Herbs for Disk Problems?
From: ash.math.ams.org (Alan Harder)
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 1994 19:43:03 GMT
> results.teleport.com (Nancy Parsons) writes:
>I have a problem with a disk
Hey, I've found several herbs to help in this area. I'm a sys admin, so I have had quite a few disk problems to solve. I have found that the following herbs help:
|Disk full:||prune juice, psyllium husks, ginger|
|Disk running slow:||gotu kola, ginseng, yerba mate|
|Disk running fast:||hops, passiflora, st. john's wort,|
|Disk won't stop:||valerian, yellow jasmine|
|Disk corrupted:||white willow bark|
>in my back (ouch!) and would like to know anyone's experience with using herbs that have helped them recover.
>(walk this way - shuffle, scrape...) Parsons
Ooops, sorry. White willow could still help for a back problem, although I prefer Ibuprofen for that kind of thing. White willow contains a cousin of aspirin (salicylic acid) which is an anti-imflammatory. Aspirin is acetylsalicylic acid.