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Re: Xango ... ( Mangosteen juice )
 
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Re: Xango ... ( Mangosteen juice )


You "miracle juice" distributors all think alike looking for an opportunistic scam based on nutritional supplements to justify "helping" people while making a quick buck. The short story is that this Xango juice has not been scientifically nor medically proven to do anything benefical to living human beings. Search all 1200+ xanthone articles in pubmed and tell me if you find a clinical trial on human beings that proves what you claim. I know of a handful of people who think they were freed from pain and several others who hadn't notice any benefical effects after consuming Xango. So to make a blanket statement that it reduces swelling and eliminates pain is subjective testimony at best and is not a quantitative measurement or indicator.

Additionally, I am an avid cyclist and ride regularly on road and mountain for the past 15 years 3 days a week. I also snowboard in season. My kness too are getting sore due to age, but after consuming Xango for a month and a half, I experienced NO improvement to my sore knees. So don't tell me it will cure the pain in sore knees!
 

 
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