www.hgchinesemedicine.com Review:H&G Chinese Medicine, Inc. - Acupuncture & Holistic Chinese Herbal Medicine in Framingham, MA. - Dr. Hai has 40 years of experience in Acupuncture and Holistic Chinese Herbal Medicine. H&G Chinese Medicine is located in Framingham, MA.
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I bought this product after trying many many other products to help restore the shine in my wood floors. IT WORKS GREAT!! However, do note that if your floors are very dull, they need to be cleaned first with another cleaner. Another user recommended Simple Green. I used some of the concentrate in a gallon of water as directed and mopped the floor and it go up all that waxy build up. Then I applied the Quick Shine as directed and my floors look great. I only needed one coat in most areas but the really worn out areas needed two coats. Great product. Great value.
Lego always puts out great games and this one is no exception! Highly recommended for fans of LEGO gaming. My son can't wait for the next one in this series.
It took a few weeks for this to kick in and curb my appetite. You have to drink plenty of water with each dosage and throughout the day. I did plenty of research on this product and compared several brands and this is the most cost effective and high quality ingredients. I will also try their other supplements. Also, the insert with package states take 30 min to 2 hours before meal. When I spoke with Naturewise, the said the most effective results come from 30-40 minutes before.
I've been a fan since the beginning... First of all, having a cliffhanger at the end of S6 was annoying. People watch TWD because of the characters, writing, zombies.. not because of cliche, who-shot-JR-esque season premieres, but anyway they decided to do a cliffhanger ending to S6 so fine.. of course I'll watch it..but dragging it out until a third of the way through the episode until finally revealing who died had me shouting at the screen in frustration. Also, I don't mind gore since I'm a fan of this show, but even I had to fast forward and/or mute through a portion of it. holy moly
Although the mag itself is a good source for tasty, healthy recipes the "Kindle-ization" was not a success. I hate scrolling around, zooming in and out whenever I am looking through it. It is even worse when I'm trying to cook from it.