Relationship: Child of im/migrant

When ever we would visit Poland or one of us would come back we always brought Amol. Its the magic the cures every little pain ever, your coughing? Amol, you leg hurts? Amol, any thing amol can fix. I remember as a kid I hated it because of the strong smell and because of how cold it starts to the burn 5 seconds later. My grandmother always uses it, has one open and one still in its box next to her bed at all times. I always know when she uses it, you can smell it all over the house but one one really complains, we all love its magical powers of healing any pain you have. What really helps me giving me that feel of Poland is that its a Polish product, so the only real way to say it/pronounce it is with the Polish accent or just saying it while talking in Polish.  

– David Pastwa

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