and cured my Multiple Sclerosis at the same time! 😉
I’d like to say that isn’t in their product literature, but it probably is – especially with a name like that. What I can’t decide is does the Ambrotose do something to your brain that makes you a “little” freaked out; or, is Ambrotose a maelstrom sucking in those who are already a “little” freaked out. Regardless, the partakers of that medicine are passionate, and remain convinced, it is curing their Multiple Sclerosis. In response to this anonymous post and the comment “Within ONE WEEK of taking the ambrotose I knew things were changing;” I’m sure he is right – his wallet got MUCH lighter. -and then with the extra weight/strain off of his spine he is now better able to walk.
I’m still waiting on the 3rd party review of these “glyconutrients” in a scholarly journal, but something makes me think I’ll see a scholarly review of Alex Chiu’s Eternal Life Rings long before that. 😉 Furthermore, I am sure that the National MS Society is intentionally keeping Mannatech’s product quiet, because they know it works!
As to being an ***hole I really would have a hard time defending me being otherwise. But, I bet if I took Mannatech’s Ambrotose that would cure me of being one! (though, the rectal benefits are probably an off-label use – I’m sure it has to be taken as a suppository to be most effective) 😉
Personally, I think the guy is astroturfing. Why, if he is using the product, and happy with it, would he do a search that would yield my page? He’s probably mad because I am far too high on the search engine results. I guess I get the last laugh! 😉