Amos just read me something from the 'Budget'.
The Budget is a newspaper, where anyone (Amish, Mennonite, Hudderite, etc)(with Bishop, Patriarch, Fudro, etc, permission) can post messages, etc, for/to others in other enclaves and communities. Think of a 'letters to the editor' or forum. There are different editions. The latest 'management' (for elders only)(sic!) edition, which we get at the Librum, has a notice from our CSC.
CSC: Center for Special Children. Our genetics specialized medical service in Strasburg. It is not just children, but for any of us who have any of our genetic quirks.
The gist of the article is that if anyone has hive or dermatitis symptoms after 'eating out', to have a patch allergen test done.
A patch test is where they place a small sample of the suspected material under a waterproof moleskin bandage, usually on the upper back, usually for 24 to 48 hours, and then see if there is a reaction.
What surprised me is that a specific PG was recommended. 'Equate'. I am not sure, but is that not Walmart's internal brand?
So, if you think you might be PG sensitive, visit your doctor (in our case, clinic), and have the test done. You might want to take a bottle of that stuff with you.
The article also recommended doing various artificial sweeteners and MSG at the same time.
of the Librum