Re: [Harp-L] lips

Hey thanks everyone, I ended up getting Abreva, it's expensive  though.  
Now I keep cutting one when I shave.  It is better though,  thanks for all the 
advice.  Rusty covers will be changed out too.
In a message dated 8/18/2009 7:52:07 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
Chromboy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

Abreva  is the best ointment to use at the earliest sign of a cold sore 
(Herpes).  It will speed up the healing time and to speed it up ven faster, 
take 1  (500mg) Lysine (amino acid) tablet a day during each episode.

However  to help prevent the onset of lip sores and to sooth sore and 
overworked  lips from hard playing, practice and weather like sun and cold 
etc... try  "Original Lip Session with Vitamin E" from E.Burnham, they also 
make a  Lysine Onintment as well which I haven't yet tryed.

page down to the  yellow little container and order the Original Formula 
(Vanilla) not the  banana or flavored ones....
IMO, this is the best stuff to use to PREVENT  sores,,,,,apply AFTER 
and practice and before bed at night. the is  2 for  $4.50

hope  this helps,
Rob Paparozzi

----- Original Message ----- 
From:  <Pic2318834@xxxxxxx>
To: <harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday,  August 13, 2009 4:11 PM
Subject: [Harp-L] lips

> Do  any of you apply lip balm such as chap stick prior to playing.    
> a
> cleaning of my harps once or twice a year may help.  LOL.  Trying  that 
> stuff Abreva will update as I am sure  you all are curious about my lip
> condition.
>  Pic
> In a message dated 8/13/2009 1:17:51 P.M.  Eastern Daylight Time,
> leone@xxxxxxxx writes:
>  On  Aug 13, 2009, at 12:41 PM, Barry F. Cohen wrote:
>>  Based on some  discussion on The List regarding Country-Tuned  Harps
>> for  non-country songs (in particular Richard Hunter's  comment that
>>  he'd take a Country-Tuned C-harp if stuck on a  deserted island with
>> only one-harp!), I purchased a SP 20  Country-Tuned C harp and  am
>> loving it!  Plan to use it  on songs like Honky Tonk  Women, Route
>> 66, Pride & Joy,  and some other  'non-traditional blues' tunes my
>> band does  that I've been  searching for a better sound on.
>>  Who knew country-tuned wasn't  just for country?!   Yeeehaaaw!
>> Thanks  List!
>>  Barry C.
>> 'Blues with a feelin, that's  what I  have today.'
> Here's the harp you want. I came up with it  in  1959. Took it to
> Nashville in 75. From there it went  international.  BUT it took
> several years. Smokey Joe tuning. The  5th AND 9th draw  reeds are up
> one semi tone and there's a wind  saver on the 5 draw.  You can do a
> whole lot with this tuning. I  play jazz with  it.
> smo-joe
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