You can stream Farm Aid 2016 live in HD at www.farmaid.org starting at 3pm EDT on Saturday, Sept 17. This webcast will feature artist performances and stories from family farmers and eaters across the country. And, Willie Nelson's SiriusXM channel (59), Willie's Roadhouse, will broadcast live from the concert starting at noon EDT, featuring backstage interviews and coverage by Dallas Wayne.
Best OTC alternative I've found so far... forget the atomizer!
The atomizer is sold separately, if you can still find it. Odds are you can't, and it's because it's faulty and doesn't work beyond a few applications. The Asthmanefrin is fine, but you may need an alternative means to ingest. I use a small nebulizer and it works just fine... although it'd be nice if the individual vials contained more liquid. The prescription vials contain 2x or 3x more.
The atomizer was difficult to clean, and if you are able to clean it effectively, you might get some more use out of it. Otherwise, forget it.Read full review…
Oct 07, 2016
If you're out of prescription asthma medication...
This works like the former Primatene Mist before the current administration and the FDA decided to ban them, forcing people to buy the newly patented prescription inhalers whose former versions and generics were also banned because of their (very inconsequential) contribution to the "destruction" of the ozone layer - total drug company/government scam. I didn't buy the ridiculously expensive delivery system Asthmanefrin offers. I used my Albuterol nebulizer and mixed the Asthmanefrin with saline I made myself (recipe online). You can also purchase the 3 ml. unit dose of saline in the vials for affordable mixing. A decent nebulizer goes for around $35. This medicine overall is expensive compared to the Primatene Mist inhaler of the past, but it works for a temporary fix. Welcome to the fascist future of health care people.
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by nellie52775 Sep 26, 2016
Asthmanefrin Asthma Medication Refill, 30 Count
This product is the only OTC medication for people with mild asthma related breathing problems. Used with an atomizer, it's a life saver. My husband and my oldest daughter enjoy the benefits of this product and would highly recommend it to anyone suffering from occasional asthma attacks. I can only hope that it remains on the market. I will definitely purchase this product again.
This is a poor alternative to the Primatene Mist CFC Inhaler. Takes forever to produce mist and the mist is weak too. Better than nothing though the Inhaler CFC footprint was very small compared to some non-medical uses. All the CFC in all the Inhalers could not have the affect of one coal power station. Very weak mist that takes too long to give relief, as stated earlier better than nothing but not by much.
by anonsheep Sep 15, 2016
Pair It with Omron MicroAir NE-U22 Portable Handheld Nebulizer To Replace Primatene Mist Bottle
I use this with an Omron MicroAir NE-U22 Portable Handheld Travel Pocket Compressor Nebulizer & has never let me down in the past year & a half. The Unit performs very well & delivers the medicine perfectly. Asthmanefrin's Unit is a joke & will not last more than 2 weeks before failing. I got the Omron MicroAir NE-U22 & all the issues stopped. Buy both & if you have asthma you will be safe once again.
Neil Young | Outlaw Music Festival | Scranton, PA | photoa by Mike Mannon
Imagine having to follow Neil Young and your sons after they’ve just slayed your own festival crowd with this string of set closers:
Cowgirl in the Sand
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Cortez the Killer
And you, with only an old, small-bodied, nylon-strung Martin with a hole in it.
Of course when you’re 83 and still on the road, you’re two days removed from releasing your 60th-something album, that guitar is one of the art forms’ religious icons, and you’re the main reason the term “outlaw” is even attached to music, the pressure’s not quite as hot.
In fact, Willie Nelson could’ve taken long stretches off from his inaugural Outlaw Music Festival closing set by listening to his legions of fans joyously serenade him with his own words as he tore through a collection of classics. It would have been wonderful to hear Willie play a few more tunes off his just-released tribute to Ray Price, but you can forgive him lining up the crowd-pleasers after Neil and Promise of the Real whipped the large down-home Scranton, PA crowd into a frenzy.
By the surging crowds that filled The Pavilion at Montage Mountain and jammed out on its expansive lawn throughout the 10-hour day, you could tell The Outlaw Music Festival would not be a one-and-done event...."
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"...For the outlaw and jam crowds, having Sheryl Crow follow CRB was perhaps a curious choice, but it proved to be a mostly popular one, particularly with the larger-than-usual female crowd. Twenty years on from her first two huge records, you forget how many hits Crow had. And she pulled them all out to the cowboy-booted faithful’s delight. Having ex-Black Crowes guitarist Audley Freed handle twin guitar duties with Peter Shroud is a wise choice. When Crow ended her set by endorsing Willie Nelson for president, saying “I think some weed in the White House would fix a lot of our problems” Crow had officially endeared herself.
So the Outlaw crowd was primed.
After opening with a solo acoustic “Heart of Gold,” Neil Young brought out his touring band of the last two years, Promise of the Real, which features Willie’s sons Lukas and Micah on guitars. Referencing the brilliant harvest moon that had filled the weekend sky, Young gifted the crowd with a beautiful sing-along rendition of “Harvest Moon.” But shortly thereafter, Young’s 1953 Gibson Les Paul “Old Black” came out and he proceeded to set fire to the mountain.
What’s most fun about seeing Young and Promise of the Real over these last couple of years is the sly looks the Nelson brothers and their bandmates exchange as they wait for “Uncle Neil” to explode. And explode he did.
Long, mournful, note-perfect introductions began “Powderfinger,” “Cowgirl in the Sand,” and “Cortez the Killer.” And the set-ending “Rockin’ in the Free World” had several glorious faux stops as Young continued to push the youngsters higher and louder out of the breaks.
It was stunning.
As the mountain stood spellbound, there was a touching and genuine band-hug that devolved into Young and the boys jumping joyously up and down as the crowd sent them off.
And the crowd still got their Willie, who still looks and sounds 20 years younger than he is, particularly when he led the band through a couple of rollicking back-to-back numbers, “Hey Good Lookin’” and “Move It On Over,” from that original, original outlaw Hank Williams."