Mine would probably be colloidal silver. I have heard a ton of good things about it and how it can be beneficial to our bodies. I think the main thing that is keeping me from trying it is I wouldn't know where to get a hold of it even if I wanted to. The second thing is it just sounds weird. When you think about it, it sounds like you are drinking metal. Which I guess in the grand scheme of things isn't that crazy when you consider we have iron in our diets and probably our water along with a lot of other minerals. I grew up in the country with well water, so who knows what I was drinking at any given point in my childhood :P
That's the one thing that I hear good things about that I am hesitant to try.
There's something my friend's just started to try after us trying to find as much about it as possible. It's a heavy metal detoxer called TRS. Our cautions were, it's a fairly new thing. Is it too good to be true and is it a scam? It's expensive and there's no long term research. My friend has lots of health issues and has taken the plunge, but I can't really afford it and am healthy enough to not want to risk the money. She's happy to be the guinea pig and give feedback, while I'll keep going with the cheaper way of including probiotics and other detoxing food in my diet.
well usually not all the ingredients sometimes available in your country to make that remedies or sometime you hesitate whether is it gonna ne useful or not. and sometime u dont care and wait that it will cure as the time pass.
Because that xyz might not be the riht xyz for me and my body. I need to figure our whats the right xyz for me, what works out for someone might not workout for someone.
although it's good, I don't understand about xyz, so I don't dare to try it