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Share Price: 0.73Bid: 0.71Ask: 0.79Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Provexis
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Paludina
Posts: 43
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.65
RE: IHerb Optiflow
6 May '14
dior
Posts: 5,679
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Price:0.65
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Herb Optiflow
6 May '14
Where did you order it from? If you dont mind me asking. Thanks
tooldoctor
Posts: 1,664
Answer
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Price:0.61
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RE: Well?
6 May '14
Cobaltblue. I would not dare!
tooldoctor
Posts: 1,664
Answer
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Price:0.61
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RE: Tooldoctor
6 May '14
The pharmas have the big money and the best reason to advertise their products.
The marketing of FF is in the hands of DSM and has been for some considerable time.
DSM do market FF, with the trade, not with individual customers in the street, therefore will not be advertising in the press.
The other products out there with FF in them, such as Swansons or Biovea have the responsibility to promote their own products in a manner and at a cost available due to their budgets.
All this info and more has been around for ages.
colbaltblue
Posts: 508
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Price:0.61
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RE: Well?
6 May '14
Anybody told her that the prostate doesn't make sperm?!
dior
Posts: 5,679
Off Topic
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Price:0.61
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Tooldoctor
6 May '14
Good answer but still the point made by Gaj1 is why can't we get publicity like that. We have a brilliant product people want /should know about. A bit of that kind of publicity would be wonderful for them never mind the shareholder. I'd rather take an alternative to a drug any day. So the question still needs to be answered!!
tooldoctor
Posts: 1,664
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.62
gaj1 and others
6 May '14
This is more relevant and backs up my previous post somewhat.

From the psychiatrist who'd never take anti-depressants, to the heart doctor who steers clear of statins, we reveal the medical treatments the experts REFUSE to have themselves
Leading doctors and researchers reveal what they would personally avoid

Many surprising comments go against the established view

By Chloe Lambert

Published: 22:35, 5 May 2014 | Updated: 08:11, 6 May 2014

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2620866/From-psychiatrist-whod-never-anti-depressants-heart-doctor-steers-clear-statins-reveal-medical-treatments-experts-refuse-themselves.html#ixzz30vLrxRYo
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tooldoctor
Posts: 1,664
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RE: Article
6 May '14
Because that is a DRUG. The pharmas are not going to want tomatoes destroying their very considerable profits, and the customer being made aware that natural substances are in many cases better for you than a manufactured drug, of which some of its constituents are in some cases going to give unknown side effects. You just have to read the instructions on a drug packet. Do not take if etc etc etc. Contact your doctor if you have any of the following side effects etc etc etc.
Answer your question????????????
gaj1
Posts: 448
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Price:0.62
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Article
6 May '14



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