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Alan (Criminologist) - August 9, 2013, 00:32
Hi, I have kidney disease and was recently informed that I will probably have to go on dialysis. I saw a documentary on tv in which a naturist recommends boxwood tea as an agent to decrease creatine. Is there anyone who has had a that experience ?
Before Europeans discovered America, the Red Indians were using the Boxwood in the same way as Peruvian bark. It is valuable in intermittent fevers, as a weak tonic for the stomach, and antiperiodic, as a stimula...
Before Europeans discovered America, the Red Indians were using the Boxwood in the same way as Peruvian bark. It is valuable in intermittent fevers, as a weak tonic for the stomach, and antiperiodic, as ...
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