Sunday, May 08, 2005

Fibromyalgia, Acid Reflux and Asthma

Ginny Winters, Montana

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I have fibromyalgia, acid reflux and asthma. I'm very active, so for the most part I can keep my fibromyalgia under control with ibuprofen and an occasional pain pill and try to get good sleep. I was up to 2000-2200 mg of ibuprofen a day before taking XanGo™. I controlled my reflux with what I ate, since I went off Prevacid because I couldn't afford it. I have an inhaler that I was taking 4 puffs a day. With fibromyalgia comes chronic fatigue. I can't tell you how tired I would get by mid-afternoon. After the very second day of drinking XanGo™, taking just 2 oz., I noticed the increase in energy. I wasn't ready to doze off at the drop of a hat. I do psychiatric transcription at home until noon or so, then I am a sexton at the cemetary nearby. I work at the cemetary daily, doing very physical work (hedgetrimming, rototilling, etc.).
After two weeks of taking XanGo™, I went for 3 to 4-mile runs with ease and didn't have to stop every mile to stretch my tightened, knotted muscles (from the fibromyalgia). After running, I could go work at the cemetary for hours without hurting at all or running out of energy. It is amazing. I haven't had an excruciating backache in two weeks, which were daily. I'm down to 600 mg of ibuprofen. I'm down to 1 puff of my inhaler in the morning. I am also putting the juice directly on a very small sore I have on my lower lip that the dermatologist wants to biopsy (antifungal cream didn't work). I'll let you know what happens. That to me is significant proof that XanGo™ really works.

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