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Are Nasal Strips a Gateway Drug?

Or is my father off his rocker

Photo by LeandroDeCarvalho on Pixabay

When I told my father I use nasal strips at night, he was worried that it could lead to more serious drugs.

“Dad, nasal strips are not drugs,” I said.

“I’m not sure about that, but I do know that using nasal strips isn’t natural, and if God intended us to use them, they’d already be attached to our nose.”




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