Hi, guys we are all same situation, i just wast to share with you this episode instead of drinking some kind
of "SUKA". here is the simple thing to remember " Try to drink a cup of coffee 2,3 or 4 times daily it reduces the
risks of HBV - virus and liver cancer, any doubt pls. check to this website "HEPBBLOG"...God Bless
Malungay juice try po ntin......procedure a half of malungay leaves half cup of water and 2 tablespoon of honey put all ingredients in to the blender and blend.. 7 months to take it every morning ung wla PNG laman ang Tiyan ntin kya q LNG nalaman dhil nag search tlga aqo it try q CIA I hope n gumaling tau lht my awa din Dios.....ang dami qoh dreams PRA s kidsqohdhil s skit n into lht un nwala I hope n mapagling tau ng malunggay juice or apple cider....
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