Yesterday, I woke up early to have my routine exercise and breakfast. While scanning the newspapers, I read something about the Korean red ginseng. The article says that it can help in reducing the Hepa B virus and such persons and individuals had healed from it since using this product. i just want to know if it is really working and safe to use...
This item is one of many that claim to control / cure HepB. There's currently no cure. While there are products that are liver friendly, reducing the virus is a long shot. You have to remember over time and across cultures, we have thrown everything at HepB and HepB is still here...unfortuately.
nawala ung pngarap ko ,nang malaman ko na may hepa b din aq,nka pasok na sana aq sa PNP,last 2009.pero dahil sa sakit na ito,bumagsak aq sa medical.epiktibo ba tlga ung korean red gensing na yan,chronic hepatitis b aq,pero sabi skin ng doctor,carrier daw aq,
guys, isa din ako sa may hepa b virus sa dugo ko. This afternoon, sabi ng doc ko na active replication ang virus ko. I tried na yung ginseng nung 2009. Ayon bumaba ang count ng virus ayon sa med results. Dahil medyo matagal at nakakainip nagtry ako ng iba. Eto ah. Yung livolin, liveraide, green barley, vita plus, fern c at usana na hepasil pero walang nangyari. Tumaas pa nga yung virus counts ko e. Narealize ko na nung ginseng ang iniinom ko bumababa siya. Sige sabihin na natin na nagmamarket lang Lizada at want mabilhan ng producto nila. Ako I tried na ibang ginseng pero bumababa talaga siya. Kaya now plano ko bumili ulet. Hindi ko susundin yung reseta ng doc sken na ACICLOVIR na I found na anti viral drug sa herpes. Naku. If sino man po ang gusto makausap ako txt lang 09127722421
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