Oak Forest Veterinary Hospital | Houston TX Veterinarian - Serving Houston pets since 1964, our team of friendly, experienced veterinarians are here to help with everything from general pet checkups to specialized care.
Country: 18.104.22.168, North America, US
City: -98.3987 Texas, United States
I have tried this product off and on for several years but want to make sure, from this point to keep some in stock. I take about a tablespoon a day and wash it down with a green smoothie...I have excellent results in lowered blood sugar and the gall bladder pain I was previously experiencing has all but disappeared. I also use it on my temples when I feel a slight headache coming on and it changes my whole disposition. I recommend this oil for those who want to increase their health benefits holistically.
I am pretty disappointed, as mine arrived with the battery cover off and broken, I cannot get it to stay on. Also there is no lens cover and I'm questioning if I even received a new thermometer or not...
Excellent "photo" of historic connections about money and power. Quick and easy read and holds your attention.
Performs faster than the stock "802.11b/g" wifi on my old laptop. Great inexpensive upgrade to help bring an old laptop back to life.
I've had horses most of my life and I've used this shampoo (and the conditioner too) on my horses, dogs, and my own hair too for over 30 years. It has always been a great product and I still use it on my own hair. Getting old and gray doesn't matter to me since this shampoo makes my salt and pepper gray hair look and feel nice and soft and shiney. My hair has always been thin but it still looks nice and has a bounce to it. I have always used it thinned down to half water and half shampoo for my hair only since it is so thick out of the bottle. One thing I've noticed with my dogs that I bathe with it is that their fur seems to stay clean a lot longer than when I used to use dog products on them. They smell nice after their baths too and it doesn't seem to irritate their eyes or ears if I get any shampoo in those areas by mistake. My horse likes to roll in the red Texas mud after her bath (ungrateful creature that she is to not want to be clean) but when the red mud dries it just falls away and she stays fairly clean till her next bath. The mud doesn't seem to cling to her fur.
Like most people, we don't love housecleaning. I had looked at Roombas several times since they were introduced, but shied away from them over concerns about reliability and how well they vacuumed. The Amazon reviews on this model were considerably better than past models, so we decided to give this one a go. Now officially dubbed "Robbie" (yes, for the obvious reason), our little robot has been zooming about the place cleaning the carpet and linoleum. The floors haven't looked better in years.