but Vitamin H???
|I bought this duty free in Tegel Airport duty free a few years ago|
My nails are feeling a little brittle. Cuticles are peeling. I broke out my shmancy Bio-H-Tin Nail Cream (nagelcreme) that I bought in Germany a few years ago, and my cuticles have relief. What exactly is Vitamin H, anyway?
It is actually called Biotin, and is a complex B vitamin. According to this online medical dictionary, it no longer goes by the name Vitamin H. It is a "colorless, crystalline, water-soluble B complex vitamin that acts as a coenzyme in fatty acid production and in the oxidation of fatty acids and carbohydrates...Rich sources are egg yolk, beef liver, kidney, unpolished rice, brewer's yeast, peanuts, cauliflower, and mushrooms."
The University of Maryland states "very weak evidence suggests that biotin supplements may improve thin, splitting, or brittle toe and fingernails," but I applied the cream directly to the cuticle, and I feel a difference already. So, if you want to just chalk it up to psychological effects, so be it. Anyway, there are a whole host of things that exist in nature, help people get better, and yet have no scientific evidence to back up the proof. If it works, I use it. Sorry, Terps, you guys can't convince me. Or German skin care professionals, evidently.
When I heard about Vitamin H, of course I thought, wait, this is going like to the next level, but in a good way. Sure, I have heard of Vitamin K, but only for its controversial use in newborns.
And going to the next level is classic Spinal Tap.
Obviously Rob Reiner and Christopher Guest don't want folks to embed this clip, since every single clip of the Amp scene that goes to 11 on YouTube of this scene is disabled, so I ask you, dear reader, to click any of these links and you will see the awesome scene. C'mon, Rob, why are you being such a meathead?
Vitamin H not only goes to 11 but if you take out the little horizontal line in the letter, it actually IS ELEVEN!!! You do know that I love the 11:11 phenomenon, right?
Since I referenced the Maryland Terps, which is an abbreviation for their mascot the Terrapins, at least I can leave you with a classic Terrapin Station by The Grateful Dead. Jerry and his friends haven't disabled any embedding, and that plays to the spirit of the band, which always was about sharing.
And, Rob Reiner, I apologize for relying too obviously on your past by calling you a meathead for not allowing video embedding by the little folk like me who take time out of their busy schedules to write their blogs. I am sure you are a great guy. Maybe you will enjoy this Meatstick from last year as a peace offering. And for any of you who kept reading to the end of this lengthy blog (make yourself known with a comment below!), I reiterate that I am not writing a Phish blog