I recently ordered this parasite cleanse as it is meant to be very effective and is also very affordable. My concern, however, is that one of the main ingredients is grain alcohol (37%). I’m 2.5 months into the diet and was curious as to whether this would be permissible to take or not?
How much credit can you give someone who has written various “cure- all” books? The list includes a cure for cancer; then there’s the infamous book titled, “The Cure for All Diseases” … it’s no wonder this so-called doctor is considered a major quack in so many circles. And this product shows just how little the doc knows about Candida albicans. Alcohol, especially a supplement containing 37% alcohol, will make it extremely difficult to cure your infestation, but not all will be lost, at least the Candida should love it. If it has a guarantee, I’d ask for my money back. Next time maybe ask first? Just a suggestion.
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