Just a quick note to say hi! I only just realised your from the states and I'm uk. In uk I can just walk into a needle exchange and just take what I want within reason. I know there are companys on line that sell it in bulk and maybe wall mart I'm not sure. I hope you can get some by fri do they do needle exchange where u live if so go there tell them you can't get back for months and get loads you will need a carrier bag full of the vit c saches. Don't get the citric acid I've never used it so I don't know about it. I realy hope u get it I'll keep a look out to see how your doing, I'm still having a bit of trouble navigating this site from my phone. Lots of love Joey
Just a quick note to say hi! I hope this note finds you well. You dissolve the vit c in water and drink it it's that easy. Let me know if you get this I don't have a pc I just use a phone I have never used computors before, i know it's terrible in this day and age. If you have anymore questions please feel free I'm here for you. My love Joey.
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