Monthly Archives: June 2017

Alabukun!!!

Alabukun Powder contains acetylsalicylic acid and caffeine as its active ingredients. A packet contains 760 mg of acetylsalicylic acid and 60 mg of caffeine making a total of 820 mg.

Although many Nigerians use it as an over-the-counter drug primarily as a mild analgesic for headache and other simple infirmities, the application of Alabukun powder is actually more diverse than that. It is used for a host of ailment and these include migraine, prevention of blood clots, myocardial infarction, transluminal angioplasty, ischaemic attacks and stroke. It can also be used in the treatment, management or prevention of these conditions: toothache, sore throat and Neuralgias.

Source : nairaland.com

WHEN YOUR PHONE FALLS IN WATER

WHAT TO DO

1. Firstly, whenever your smartphone drops in water, you must “quickly” remove the device out of whatever water it falls into, be it toilet water filled with urine. The faster you remove the device out of the water body, the higher its chances of survival. Reverse will be the case when you stand still, staring at your smartphone (or soon-to-be former smartphone) in awe before finally deciding to remove it after 5 minutes.
If the phone has a removable battery, the next best bet is to remove the battery.

2. If your device’s battery is non-removable, make sure you switch the device off as soon as it is out of water.

3. Afterwards, remove all other components that are removable. E.g SIM cards, SD card, back cover.

4. If you happen to know your way around disassembling a smartphone, you can go ahead and rip out every single part of the device carefully as this will hasten the drying up process. But if you aren’t tech savvy and do not have the tools or know-how to disassemble your device, skip this step and proceed to step 5.

5. Remove water on the surface with a dry cloth or preferably a towel. While doing this, be sure not to press any button or shake the device. This is to avoid the water from moving deeper into the phone.

6. Next step is to leave the smartphone to dry out for a relatively long period of time. Basically, the idea here is to put the device in an environment that will support its drying off.

7. A common practice is to dip the smartphone in a bag full of rice for 2-5 days. Rice is an effective moisture absorber, so it dries out the water in the smartphone quicker than leaving it on the shelves to dry.

WHAT NOT TO DO

When you have a smartphone drop in water, do not do the following as you could permanently damage your device.

1. Do not turn on the device immediately after removing it from water.

2. Do not, for any reason, plug the device to a power source.

3. Do not push any keys or button. You risk pushing water further into your device

4. Do not shake or blow air into the device. This also could push water into your device.

5. Do not apply any heat to the phone as excessive heat can do further damage to the phone.

source: Fyttechlector.com

June. 11th- A day d Lord has made

We celebrated 2lives, 2friend from 1 parish- St Edwins, Kubwa, whose bus they were travelling in had a head on collision with a trailer.

Accident occured on apr 11 at Kogi, enroute Benin. 11 peeps died, and the head of the driver was amputated. Yet they were unscratched. #whoibe!

God gave them a second chance to live better lives. I cried today because of this. And the church was ecstatic.  We were all invited to soul lounge, Kubwa. I didn’t attend. Hubby wasn’t going, plus my sis n hubby came around. Showed us their new car and all. They came coz they wanted to check their relative at the nysc camp.

But did I tell you that crudity has infiltrated everywhere? The shorter of the men had this great social club, as well as the other, but plus knowing top big guys; and you need to see the agboro way he was ‘dashing people the money they were to give to d church. Ha, if the person no get nko?

That Halleluyah challenge, started on 10th, on 11th, I got a testimony. #midnightprayerconfidence. Godisstill Speaking.

P.P
Learn how to drive
Plant watermelon n cucumber

#thankyouJesus

God bless you all.