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This book was written for Christians, but I can't imagine that any woman could read it and remain unchanged. Author DeMoss takes on the lies that ruin our lives and destroy our peace - lies about ourselves, our relationships, our emotions, our circumstances, our sin, and most important of all, God Himself. And then she tells us the truth.
After suffering from bloating and gas in the evenings, I decided to give this a try. I was tired of feeling sickly, and miserable every night. I started taking it with my evening meal. This product has worked wonders for me! It took about 2-3 weeks before I noticed a difference, but I no longer feel bloated or gassy in the evenings, and have even been able to indulge in beans on occasion, without the awful side effects I once had. I should mention that I also take medication for an under active thyroid, am female, age 46. I noticed no side affects whatsoever. I have been taking it for about a month and a half now, am thrilled with the results, and will continue buying this product.
Also, I noticed on this site it says for adults to take two capsules twice a day with meals, but on the actual bottle it says take one capsule daily with a meal, which is what I do.
My daughter has a genetic disorder which includes suppressed immunity. Last year she suffered a string of sinus infections, of course all bringing seizures with them. My poor 4-y-o just couldn't catch a break. My friend lives in Germany, married to a Slovakian man, and she said when she had her first baby this was one of the usual baby gifts over there. Everyone gets one. So I searched and found this.
Not a single sinus infection ever since! And all of her illnesses are less severe and shorter-lived! Literally a life-changer for her. The stuff is not allowed to sit in there and fester. It is amazing what this thing will suck out: probably 5x more junk than the bulb syringe. And with a tiny fraction of the time, effort and complaints. Actually, she rarely complains, but rather asks for the "bacuum" when she has "boogar junk."
We use it regularly, probably 5+ times a day when she's sick. I've got a chair by the vacuum closet, the vacuum always plugged in... We've got a whole system. Make sure you rinse it out right away, before stuff crusts inside. We have a dyson, which may explain why especially the larger loads get sucked out of the receptacle area and occasionally even start their way down the tube. Never gets into the vacuum though.