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Reason for taking: General Health & Wellness
9/2/2014 11:58:54 AM

Reviewer: SUBI, 19-24 Male on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Caregiver)


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Current Rating: 3

I did research about "Safed Musli" on internet. There were many positive thoughts from majority of sources. So i decided to take Safed Musli to test its effectiveness on the basis of general health and wellness. I took a couple of different Safed Musli supplements for about 1-2 months, here is what i experienced after taking safed musli supplements, Dosage taken: 150mg daily, 45 days ... Show Full Comment

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