x factor and imflammatory diseases

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    x factor and imflammatory diseases


    what would happen if you decide to take x factor and currently have a imflammatory disease???

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGGUNZ401 View Post
    what would happen if you decide to take x factor and currently have a imflammatory disease???
    You would worsen the disease, and cause a lot of damage. If you have one, do not use it. I repeat. Do not use it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjohn View Post
    You would worsen the disease, and cause a lot of damage. If you have one, do not use it. I repeat. Do not use it!

    x2... Avoid ArA supplements, this includes a few more than just X Factor:

    Animal Test
    HLG
    Hemodraulix

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    thanks...

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