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Over the years

Posted on Jun 11, 2012

1 person found the following review helpful

From Ry: After trying many digestive enzyme products over the years, I settled on Garden of Life RAW Enzymes around two years ago. They work throughout the alimentary canal, easing my bloating and stopping those rumblings in the intestines. I can eat my broccoli without much worry of penalty. Initially, I needed to take several capsules with meals. I have noticed, however, a commutative effect over time, and can get by with one per regular meal. Occasionally, when neglecting to use any, I still feel comfortably. I also use Garden of Life RAW Probiotics, and believe the two complement each other to produce this desirable result.

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Yes and no

Posted on Jul 02, 2012

1 person found the following review helpful

From Ry: Yes: I punctured and bruised my finger at the same time. I applied this ointment, and within minutes the hurt eased away, the bruising never worsened and by the next day was almost gone. It impressed me. No: I applied it to my foot for a metatarsal injury without any benefit. This did not detract from the ointment, however; it made sense. The ointment can only penetrated so deeply, and if the injury reachable, it will help. If it cannot reach the injury, obviously nothing will be resolved. In short, for surface injuries, use this ointment.

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Okay to use again

Posted on Jul 13, 2012

1 person found the following review helpful

From Ry: Many years ago I started using Grapefruit Seed Extract for its antiseptic properties. However, a year ago it seemed a good idea to refrain from ingesting it with all the allegations of its effectiveness due to harmful chemicals in it, e.g., benzethonium chloride, triclosan, and methyl paraben. After a recent telephone conversation with NutriBiotic about its GSE, I felt confident to return to it. NutriBiotic provided me the names of two independent labs that analysed its GSE, finding no contaminants; NutriBiotic will also provide you a Certificate of Analysis for its product. Coming from organic grapefruit, Citricidal is a cheap way to protectively wash my fruit and vegetables. It comes in handy for disinfecting walls, counters, or any surface. In the past, I successfully ingest it for intestinal problems; however, this seems counter productive to me now. I mean, swallowing probiotics to build my intestinal flora with one hand, and with the other taking Citricidal which will destroy these good probiotics along with the harmful culprits. However, if travelling to some destination where Montezuma gets his revenge, I would not hesitate to use it.

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Yes and no ...

Posted on Jul 13, 2012

1 person found the following review helpful

From Ry: This is what said about trial tube, which prompted me to purchase this large size. Yes: I punctured and bruised my finger at the same time. I applied this ointment, and within minutes the hurt eased away, the bruising never worsened and by the next day was almost gone. It impressed me. No: I applied it to my foot for a metatarsal injury without any benefit. This did not detract from the ointment, however; it made sense. The ointment can only penetrated so deeply, and if the injury reachable, it will help. If it cannot reach the injury, obviously nothing will be resolved. In short, for surface injuries, use this ointment.

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Have found none better

Posted on Jul 17, 2014

I have yet to find any that tastes better or has a better reputation. It contains plenty of mother. Besides the obvious uses as a condiment, I now consume two (2) tablespoons before or during meals to help with glucose issues. This advice came to me through medical blogs, e.g., Dr. Julian Whitaker. Due to short history, no comment on efficacy regarding sugar help at this time.

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Portable

Posted on Jul 01, 2012

From Ry: These little "business" cards fit easily in shirt or jacket pocket, always at ready. People are more apt to stick into pocket for later reference than a page brochure. I put then in a little business card holder at a restaurant to display next to its cash register. Many cards have been takened.

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Well-crafted vitamin C

Posted on Jun 24, 2012

From Ry: It is a well-crafted vitamin C, with numerous natural ingredients, especially the wild Camu Camu Berry. Getting 525 mgs. of C from natural sources is a good job. I find the taste pleasant enough. This natural product will provide all the components of vitamin C. It assuredly will be better for you than synthetic vitamin C, ascorbic acid, usually derived from regular corn sugar or petroleum!

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Handy

Posted on Jul 01, 2012

From Ry: These little cards fit easily in shirt or jacket pocket for when needed. People are more apt to stick into pocket for later reference than a page brochure. I put then in a little business card holder at a restaurant to display next to its cash register. I do not like these as well as their predecessor because $5 not prominent.

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For everything

Posted on Jul 02, 2012

From Ry: Dr. Bronner's soaps can be used for a variety of purposes. I stick with the tea tree and lavender because of the antiseptic qualities of each, and use interchangeably. I wash my hands, my dishes, my hair, my body, my pots and pans, and even brush my teeth with these soaps (both tastes strong and bitter, so recommend the peppermint for beginners). During the second world war, hospitals would use lavender to disinfect the floors, walls, and operating tables.

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Oil of many benefits

Posted on Jul 11, 2012

From Ry: The taste of this hemp oil is fine, but it does not strike me as nutty ... maybe a green nut, but that's as close as it gets. My skin requires consuming two tablespoons for noticeable results, and it seems to help the nails. Providing all the essential amino acids and essential fatty acids, I find it easily digested. I prefer it to flax seed because twice as much LA as LNA, no issues regarding estrogen, and contains GLA which aids in breakdown into DHA and EPA. In short, hemp oil gives me both omega's in proper proportion, plus GLA, without needing to consume other oils.

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