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iHerb Customer
Feb 20, 2020
Where can I find the reviews and the paper about the trial of this spray? Where can I find the scientific proof that it works?
iHerb Customer
Feb 20, 2020
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This is an all natural liniment, not a spray, which really works quickly to stop leg and foot cramps. I have not seen any information regarding trials, nor scientific studies, nor papers.
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iHerb Customer
Oct 4, 2020
t is all natiraal. garlic, ginger and apple cider vinegar. It is an Amish recipe. The Amish did not take drugs. Anything they used was natural. There are no trials or scientific proof from Big Pharma. You should know that the FDA and Big Pharma work with science aand trials because they work with drugs thatcan harm your body. Natural ingredients do not harm the body. Also, scientific trials are used for the patents the get on drugs. You cannot patent natural ingredients put on this earth by God.
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iHerb Customer
Feb 20, 2020
Hi, It is liquid but not spray. I don't know anything about trials or scientific proof, to tell you the truth. And I don't know how it works, but this stuff is a miracle in a bottle. It works wonders for me, my mom and my husband. It has only three organic ingredients: apple cider vinegar, ginger and garlic juice. It's not pleasant to drink as is, so you can add it to juice or water. You either take it at bed time to prevent night cramps, or, if the cramps are in progress, you take it orally or apply it to the site of cramps. If you are not allergic to the ingredients, buy it. You won't regret it.
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