I have read this article including how this remedy works.
The way this was written, it shows evidence, it gives sources from Medical science and research and
reliable sources such as Wikipedia.
I think people should at least look this over because the links, references and evidence supplied make
sense and the evidence reinforces the discussion. The proofs are many and support the argument.
Of course, we should be careful of false ads.
But that part about success in animals has me thinking - because it is important.
I agree that many successes in animals usually lead to success in humans. Following up on a success in animal
trial is a step in the right direction.
I believe that a remedy that has success in animals can be compared to baseball.
In baseball, there's a 1st base, 2nd base, 3rd base and home run.
The success in animals is at the point of 3rd base and just needs that extra something to get to the final
However, when we have encountered many false ads, & then the real thing that works comes along, we
may miss or mistake it for something else.
I think, this article should be allowed to remain and time will tell when people who have tried this will
come forward and give their experiences.