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Reason for taking: Other
6/1/2012 7:31:40 PM

Reviewer: Lucio J. Gonzalez, 65-74 Male on Treatment for 10 years or more (Consumer)


Current Rating: 5

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Current Rating: 5

I have been using chewable acerola plus 100mg vitamin c, 3 or 4 every morning for quite a few years now for arthritis in my middle fingers. Unable to find this concentration at my local Sprouts Store any longer, I have been ordering from It is very effective, easy to take, and very affordable. American Health Brand. Check it out. LJG, Corpus Christi, TX.

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