Grapeseed muti adverts give newspaper reader the pip

Grapeseed muti adverts give newspaper reader the pip

Procydin is a pretty wonderful product. But can miracle pills really cure all known ailments?

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Submitted by : Gerd Marschner of Walvis Bay on 2011-10-25 08:27:03
Anybody who buys dodgy pills like these (there are too many around) are
a) stupid
b) gullible
c) morons
or most likely all of the above, and deserve any side effects these
wonder medicines have to offer. . .

Having said that, I would not like to discourage above nice people,
seeing I sell the stuff myself . . .


Editor's Note
And you dare call them 'medicines'?
Submitted by : Reon De Reuck of Little Falls on 2009-11-29 07:52:30
I use Procydin, it helps with aching feet, but for the heart, it doesn't help at all. I don't smoke and seldom drink, I trained 5 to 6 days in the gym, not overweight and still I got a heart attack. The reason was high cholesterol that caused artery disease. It seems that the suppliers like to use North America or China for these type of medicine.

It sounds like they went on a secret mission and made a secret pact with some Red Indian or some ancient Chinese and came back with a secret formula for there eyes only. At one stage this product was sold behind the counter as it was stolen off the floor and you could then find it at flee market.

I always wonder about the following things: 1)Where does the merchandise come from i.e blades, vitamins, oil of olay etc. 2.)The abuse of Grandpa headache powders in our country, I have seen people drinking 6 a day with a glass of coke every time.
Submitted by : Pete Swanepoel of MONTCLAIR on 2009-11-27 13:20:30
"helps in the treatment of cancer, arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, stress, high cholesterol, blood clots, hardening of the arteries, inflammation, depression, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. It also helps stimulate brain cells and protects the eyes" Izzadall? Dr Geizam in Durban will add to that paltry list: Penis enlargement, long hardness, success in business and marriage, and a whole list of more important things.

For more laughs: Die Burger "taking the moral high ground"! Talking the moral high ground more likely. Oh well, at least the lies are in the classifieds now. Used to be in the main headlines.


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