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  • Leah Petersen - Are you in perfect health?

    If not, read this book. It is wonderful in the way it helps you understand what has been behind all those nagging symptoms and the general feeling of "unwell". This book opened my eyes and helped me get healthy again at a time when I was desperatly sick with (according to the doctors) "nothing". Everyone who lives and eats in the Western world should read this book.

  • General_Choi_Young! - The author does a beautiful job of helping you understand how to meditate so ...

    This is a very well written book on meditation, its benefits and the different types. The author does a beautiful job of helping you understand how to meditate so you can get started right away and reduce the anxiety and stress in your life. If you're looking for a great, informative and helpful introduction to meditation, then this is the book for you too! The book gives great background and context on meditation, which helped me understand it more, and then goes into benefits before giving a clear description of how you can put it into practice yourself

  • Francis L. Moore - IRulu

    I bought this so I could learn how to use a tablet, and I'm learning. I've found that no one can tell you hor or teach you how to use it you just must learn it yourself.

  • ScubaGal - Awesome!

    Nothing but praise for this download software. Easy to follow; lots of directions, explanations, and helpful tools. Would highly recommend.

  • Kari Layland - Works well but stings.

    I got this product at a discount in exchange for an honest review. I've had experience with products like this in the past like Marini lash, so I was excited for the chance to try this one out! Having something to compare it to is great, as I really liked using Marini lash and I found that it worked really well in encouraging my lashes to grow in thicker and longer. This product works similarly giving nice results. I would give it more stars, except that it stings like crazy if you get a tiny bit into your eye. I had used Marini lash for months in the past, and never experienced this problem before. I used Bang for about 3 weeks and had to wash my eyes out with water about 4 times due to the stinging sensation. So it's a nice product if you use it perfectly and never get it in your eyes, but if you do it hurts!