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Extremely well written-so logical and easy to understand. No gimmicks, no sales pitch, no mass marketing. Incredible "aha" moment for me. Can't wait to finish reading and then try this simple therapy. I am 90% sure I will be buying numerous copies to give as gifts!!! (Especially to my Lyme friends.)
This stuff absolutely keeps spiders away. My problem is the warning label. Not safe for pets. Don't eat. Don't go to the bathroom. Don't chew tobacco. Really weird warnings like that. I forget the exact wording. What exactly is this stuff? Here is how most will use it. Spray it and no matter what it will by wind fall on you somehow. If you smell it you are taking it in.
Works for me. Hip pain 90% gone on both sides. Knee pain gone 90%. A couple of times, due to traveling, I stopped taking it for a day (2 takes of 2 caplets) and the pain returned some. Pain goes away when treatment is resumed. Somehow does a better job re. inflammation than astaxanthine and/or aspirin (1000). No side-effect I could notice so far. I see no reason why I would stop using it at this time. 62 yo, accidentally broke a femur 2 years ago. Otherwise healthy. Not overweight.
I may have been under the impression that it could do more for me then it actually could. I wanted to set up a budget and it can do that but not the way I wanted it to.
I wanted this to be a good product so bad... I'm very disappointed and I'm returning both of mine tomorrow.
I used it to repair my Martin Electro-Acustic guitar, which is expensive and delicate. I was very afraid to use ANY product to glue the band that runs across the guitar's back border. But i took a leap of faith after reading a lot of reviews. It works like a charm. And you can remove the excess with a wet cloth.
I've switched over to Kirkland from Rogain foam for a trial period. I have a generally dry scalp which the butane in Rogain did not help with. After 3 weeks the Kirkland has not caused significant problems for me...I will follow up after 3 months. Although the foam is much easier to apply and seems to soak into the scalp with more finesse-(and/or dries faster)- I find Kirkland a satisfactory economical substitute. I have seen continued growth with the switch. Currently coming up on my 7th month of total use (w/rogain) i have about 20% more hair. Not much but I was at stage 5 baldness- i had a little left at the bridge between the crown and frontal lobe but it was sparse so i didn't expect much. I had a life situation that i think contributed to some premature hair loss so i decided to give my dome a "second life" for a while. Its slowly filling in toward the front now so we shall see in a year. The trick to using the kirkland is to cut your hair short (just as you would if you wanted a good contact surface with rogain) and spend some time working it into the scalp. It is a bit oily but its not all that bad if you distribute the excess into the rest of your hair after working it in. Be smart about it and be good to your head. Cheers.