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    To BalancedSynergy
    GoodLookingMan posted:
    What you failed to realize is that anything located next to a CVS store has residual benefits. The drugs left in the store seem to permeate the walls of the CVS store and combine in the walls to form new compounds. Before they get out to the neighbors they morph into the cures which attach themselves to the supplement with a hydrogen peroxide carbon dioxide chain that looks like a giant moth eating a dog. Since there is an extra electron on the Oxygen atom with a negative charge, that electron strolls over to the hydrogen atom and makes friends. What is not said is that the Oxygen atom is female and the Hydrogen atom is male so commingling is easy, but beware of the Oxygen atoms that can't stop complaining especially when the Oxygen atom is heated . What makes this supplement even more effective is keeping the capsules rolled up in 100 dollar bills. They also keep them fresh.
    A typical Crohns/Colitis attack will basically bring about the same result as the supplement does ... crap.

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