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Ovarian Cyst Miracle™ - Treat Ovarian Cysts and PCOS Naturally - A Unique 3 Step System to Beating Ovarian Cysts and PCOS the Natural Way Using Holistic Medicine

Country:, North America, US

City: -96.8353 Texas, United States

  • K. Getz - Any good knife should be sharp enough to cut a tomato ...

    I've had these knives for ten years. Despite what some say about the "cheap plastic" handles, my only issue is sharpness. Any good knife should be sharp enough to cut a tomato cleanly. These no longer can. Since they are all micro-serrated, they aren't really sharpenable.

  • Rachel F - B-Agile vs. City Mini - B-Agile is great - almost perfect!

    I had a Bugaboo Cameleon since my son was born - but we are now moving from NYC to the suburbs and the Cameleon just isn't easy to get in and out of the car, so I sold it on Craigslist and looked at both the 2011 Baby Joggger City Mini (BJCM) and the B-Agile. I ended up liking the B-Agile more than the City Mini for a few reasons:

  • Amazon Customer - Flabbergasted

    That's the word of the day. I am FLABBERGASTED that this got such high ratings? Please don't read further if you don't want spoilers. I'll try to keep it to a minimum but it can't be helped.

  • Acaman - Had to call QuickBooks to activate

    Having paid QuickBooks many years for the Payroll add on (about $400 for two employees) we switched to purchasing the software for $249 from Amazon (this was done at the kind suggestion of a QuickBooks tech person because we did not know that this other option existed). We could not get it activated however since our old license number seemed to be embedded in the program. Spent over an hour on the phone with a QuickBooks tech where SHE had to activate the software giving some weak excuse for why we could not do it. I also think I discovered that when payroll is activated it is just about impossible to run QuickBooks off a flash drive (it worked fine without Payroll).

  • PackmanJones - Shockingly enough...as advertised.

    I have used this product 3 times so far at the 40/40 pressure setting and then today at 55/55 each for about 25 minute sessions. I have to say, so far i'm optimistic. 40/40 is the recommended pressure setting for the first use in the plan. It wasn't uncomfortable in the least bit, kinda pleasing sensation actually...I definitely had the desire to bump up the pressure immediately afterwards and go for another workout(even though they don't advise). After I got up to the 55-60 range I could definitely feel my abs start to work-VERY COOL! As time goes on the belt begins to wear down your abs as it slowly increases to the desired pressure, which seems to take a couple of minutes. I can feel my abs begin contracting as the pressure builds. I don't consider myself overweight, but I am very soft... about 5'7 155 so anytime I do a lot of crunches I can start to see definition in the upper region of my abs, I did see the same results with the belt after a 50 minute session. I looked in the mirror and saw the upper portion of my abs poking through.

  • Briley - NOT GOOD FOR HAIR AT ALL!!!!

    So a friend of mine bought this for her hair from Walmart and she thought oh it tea tree oil and it cheap so why not try it, and try it she did. The very next day after putting this on her scalp to stop itchy scalp,she went from having itchy scalp to having FIRE SCALP. Her hair itched so bad that she got scratches on her head from scratching, this product may be good for other things but its not good for hair. READ THE INGREDIENTS!!!!

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