Vibrant Living Through Natural Healthcare - Making menopause magnificent through naturopathic healthcare. Our women’s health specialties are Bio-identical hormones, weight control, and hypothyroidism.
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This is the third time I've had to submit this review so its going to be shorter. I have used this product for 10 years. For the past 3 orders, the shampoo has been watered down.
I was using manual spreadsheets to manage my accounts but I got tired of logging into all my banks, credit cards, investment accts etc. to copy/paste totals without categories.
I am a skeptic but after 3 days of severe tooth ache pain (caused by a quack dentist making a hole in my tooth by mistake) I was ready to yank the tooth out myself. The pain was so severe i was literally up for 48 hours and was using Vicoden and antibiotics neither of which did a thing to help. In desparation I tried Oil Pulling and to my absolut SHOCK- It worked. I kid you not but with a half hour the pain was gone! I have been doing it twice a day now for two days and as soon as I do the pain is gone for 12 hours or more. I have a root canal scheduled for a week from now and I am going to make it through! Thank you SO MUCH!
This is a pretty solid bike for the price. At 6' 00" with 32.5" inseam, this bike is the right size. However, if you are shorter than 5' 11", you may want to consider the medium size (even though Diamondback size chart says 5' 10" is ok) as this bike runs a bit large. It DOES NOT include the assembly tools (confirmed!!). Assembly was pretty easy, but you can't go by the absolutely useless instruction book (look to their website for guidance instead). Most of the bike was already assembled. After 1 hour basic assembly, I had brake noise on rear brake/rotor and noise from chain rubbing against the front derailleur. Knowing absolutely nothing about bikes, it took several youtube videos and another 3 hour to fine tune it. This included adjusting rear brake pad position, rear brake cable tension, and bending the rear rotor just a bit. On the front derailleur, I adjusted tension as well as the high and low limit on front derailleur. They seemed pretty difficult at first, but once you get through it, it will be much easier if you need to do it again. I then made sure that everything was tight and secure, in case someone at the factory was incompetent. Now it shifts very quickly, smoothly and quietly. The brakes stop effectively with no noise at all.