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Gin and White Raisins

Guest Author - Mystic Houston

This Article was written by the previous Urban Legends Editor Mystic Houston


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I was searching around for an article topic, my mind a blank, when I decided to see what topics visitors to my site have searched for. Among the many interesting topics were the words "white raisins and gin". I was fascinated...and a topic was born.

So, what is it about white raisins and gin? Well, apparently if you soak white raisins in gin until the gin evaporates and store them in an airtight container, they help in soothing arthritis pain. Learn something new every day, huh? Of course, the question remains. Is it true? Or just another urban legend?

Surprisingly, there appears to be truth to it. On this message board there is quite a lively discussion about it. And HealthCentral.com even gives us a recipe for them.

So, if you're an arthritis sufferer, try it. Seems like a pretty inexpensive and tasty way to get relief. But, whatever you do, don't give them to your arthritic dog. They can be dangerous for our canine friends.

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This content was written by Mystic Houston. If you wish to use this content in any manner, you need written permission. Contact Mary Beth Crabb for details.

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