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Garcinia cambogia complex Max Plus CoQ10

    PackagePriceOrder
    Garcinia cambogia complex Max Plus CoQ10 1 + 1 Bottle
    $69.99
    Garcinia cambogia complex Max Plus CoQ10 3 + 3 Bottle
    $159.99
    Garcinia cambogia complex Max Plus CoQ10 6 + 6 Bottle
    $319.99
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    star ratingstar ratingstar rating Reviewed on 19th Oct 2013
    Arthritis in pet dog Deborah Wilders, Gravesend I thought I would try my dog on the rosehip and the ginger as both are claimed to reduce inflammation of joints. I give my dog the same dose as for a human and within 2 weeks of starting them his stiffness improved significantly. He moves like a much younger dog and doesnt seem to be in the significant pain he has been in. I am very pleased with the results and as he doesnt know he's taking them it cant be a placebo effect! The alternative is a drug from the vets that has too many side effects to list some of which are life threatening. Im so pleased I have bought another order and intend to take them too.
    star ratingstar ratingstar rating Reviewed on 19th Oct 2013
    Arthritis in pet dog Deborah Wilders, Gravesend I thought I would try my dog on the rosehip and the ginger as both are claimed to reduce inflammation of joints. I give my dog the same dose as for a human and within 2 weeks of starting them his stiffness improved significantly. He moves like a much younger dog and doesnt seem to be in the significant pain he has been in. I am very pleased with the results and as he doesnt know he's taking them it cant be a placebo effect! The alternative is a drug from the vets that has too many side effects to list some of which are life threatening. Im so pleased I have bought another order and intend to take them too.
    star ratingstar ratingstar rating Reviewed on 19th Oct 2013
    Arthritis in pet dog Deborah Wilders, Gravesend I thought I would try my dog on the rosehip and the ginger as both are claimed to reduce inflammation of joints. I give my dog the same dose as for a human and within 2 weeks of starting them his stiffness improved significantly. He moves like a much younger dog and doesnt seem to be in the significant pain he has been in. I am very pleased with the results and as he doesnt know he's taking them it cant be a placebo effect! The alternative is a drug from the vets that has too many side effects to list some of which are life threatening. Im so pleased I have bought another order and intend to take them too.
    star ratingstar ratingstar rating Reviewed on 19th Oct 2013
    Arthritis in pet dog Deborah Wilders, Gravesend I thought I would try my dog on the rosehip and the ginger as both are claimed to reduce inflammation of joints. I give my dog the same dose as for a human and within 2 weeks of starting them his stiffness improved significantly. He moves like a much younger dog and doesnt seem to be in the significant pain he has been in. I am very pleased with the results and as he doesnt know he's taking them it cant be a placebo effect! The alternative is a drug from the vets that has too many side effects to list some of which are life threatening. Im so pleased I have bought another order and intend to take them too.
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