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12 months ago

Im not asking you to try anything because almost every unknown thing is unsafe for us

11 months ago

I am not aware of any scientifically proven way of restoring brain cells, especially one that can be purchased on the Internet.

Something to ask yourself is this: If product ‘X’ was so revolutionary, effective, has all these powers, and so on then surely it would be generating incredible fuss and excitement.

The usual line for these snake-oil manufacturers is to try and cloak them is some sort of mystique. Usually by a combination of denigrating so called ‘Big Pharma’ and invoking a complex conspiracy theory to explain why this is such an underappreciated secret.

A good test is to ask yourself if it sounds too good to be true. If the answer is yes, then it probably is. The only known effect is to lighten your wallet.

The charlatans that peddle these cures are peculiarly cruel and heartless as they prey on the worries, anxieties and strong desire for that one ‘magic cure’ to MS.

They are a special kind of swine in my book šŸ˜‰



11 months ago

They are indeed
Cant disagree with you

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