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    Well Im sure some people here are familiar with tumeric as a spice and curcumin, the thing inside it that has shown a good deal of health benefits. I was thinking, if you can make a LV-Milk Thistle, why not this? Just an idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasTitan View Post
    Well Im sure some people here are familiar with tumeric as a spice and curcumin, the thing inside it that has shown a good deal of health benefits. I was thinking, if you can make a LV-Milk Thistle, why not this? Just an idea.
    I think an even better idea would be for PP to come out with the base LV solution so it would allow you to create your own homebrews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasTitan View Post
    Well Im sure some people here are familiar with tumeric as a spice and curcumin, the thing inside it that has shown a good deal of health benefits. I was thinking, if you can make a LV-Milk Thistle, why not this? Just an idea.
    I've been researching curcumin for some time now and I agree it offers many good overall benefits.

    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    I think an even better idea would be for PP to come out with the base LV solution so it would allow you to create your own homebrews.

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    lol - i think its funny that there are so many posts for PP to release more products. They are hot right now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyChemist View Post
    lol - i think its funny that there are so many posts for PP to release more products. They are hot right now!
    Thanks, mang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyChemist View Post
    lol - i think its funny that there are so many posts for PP to release more products. They are hot right now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    I've been researching curcumin for some time now and I agree it offers many good overall benefits.



    This may happen eventually, Sean.
    I figured it would my good friend, but I was just maybe giving it a bump to happen a bit sooner as opposed to later. LOL.

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    from what i have heard on the PP threads there amybe a full cycle support product that may help with overall help but the added health benefits will differ on the ingredients but i hope eric keeps overall health in mind
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    Quote Originally Posted by JN230 View Post
    from what i have heard on the PP threads there amybe a full cycle support product that may help with overall help but the added health benefits will differ on the ingredients but i hope eric keeps overall health in mind
    i have no idea what you were trying to say but.... yeah a cycle support LV would be cool.
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