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This juice is really works. My mom have tried and she said its working well.

Posted by Lizzi on October 9, 2006 10:33 PM

FDA and the Drug companies.
what a match. They approve a drug and the Drug companies makes billions. The FDA gets first hand knowledge when a drug will be releasted to the public and what do you think some of them do? why they buy stock in the company before the FDA gives it's approval. What a racket! They both benefit, the FDA employees get rich, and so does the drug company.

Posted by Francois on October 12, 2006 10:50 AM

Xango and many of their out of control distributors are to blame.No uniformity in that company-same thing happened w/Seasilver and in the Network marketing arena when the ka-ka hits the fan more than once which it has w/X,a company never gets a 2nd wind unless they open in some 2nd/3rd world countries.
Plus their prices are nuts,not for the masses and contrary to what many X'ers think- they have not cornered the market.

Posted by Dave on October 16, 2006 11:46 PM

I believe that the FDA is just out to make money regardless of what happens to people who take the medicine. Every day on television there seems to be a new drug that really will not benifit anyone
except the FDA who wants the money and the side effects of the medicine are worse than what was wrong in the first place. I have read storys on how the FDA actually caused companys with healthy products that God gave us from nature to keep us healthy were either shut down or made to say that there products cant actually cure health problems. But God will judge those people in the FDA one day.

Posted by Anonymous on January 29, 2007 5:05 PM

--Riddle me this--.....I've often thought about the billions of dollars drug companies pull in each year selling their remedies...not cures mind you, but bottled short-term relief. Being a diabetic for the past 18 years, I've slowly come to the realization that curing a disease, especially one like Diabetes-which affects literally millions in the U.S. alone-would completely wipe out certain drug companies. Not that that brings a tear to my eye...but it forms a harsh reality. In a nation where money is king...cures are "bad business". There's no money to be made from happy healthy people right? Sick people = money in the bank. Not dead people...just weak, ill...but treatable people. I think we can all prepare for many years of new viruses, diseases, and aliments with few cures but plenty of medication to treat them. Maybe I'm just cynical. Needless to say...I expect to live out the rest of my days as a Diabetic thanks to the financial beast greedy pharmaceutical companies have created. I completely agree with whoever said the FDA is a corrupt joke....but I see no end to the folly. I'll end with a question: Can anyone tell me what kind of budget pharamceutical companies set for the development of 'new products/treatments' each year? I'm sure its a shocking number.

Posted by Anonymous on February 1, 2007 12:43 PM

My husband fought CLL (leukemia) and his results after 8 months of chemo treatment were o.k. At that time we learned about Xango and my husband tried it - just about 1 to 2 fl. oz. per day. After one year with Xango he recently returned for his routine blood check. The Oncologist told him that his results now are that good that no doctor could tell anymore that he once had CLL.
Does anybody understand that I'm that convinced regarding Xango that I became an indepentend distributor. And I love seeing people becoming better...if this is the genuine result of Xango or from whatever. At least the 'statistical correlation' is amazing - even when we are not allowed to make any health claims.

Posted by Alice Stuebling on February 19, 2007 2:58 PM

hi how could this start in philippines than you

Posted by elizabeth on April 3, 2007 12:24 AM

The FDA is always quick to cut down and bad mouth a natural health product always.They are afraid it will cut down on their drug sales.This is how the FDA makes all their money by paying for ad's to promote their drugs that most people do not even need.

Posted by anonymous on April 23, 2007 2:38 PM

I just started taking xango a week ago. Xango is just taking away from the fda making money on perscription drugs. I'll let you know how it works for me..it's all natural so it has to be good for you!

Posted by Katrina on October 3, 2007 4:45 AM

Does Xango help anxiety also?

Posted by Anonymous on November 3, 2007 3:42 PM

You all need to find The Amazing Randi's Skeptics web site (Google it) where facts about herbal alternative medicine are researched and debunked, not network marketed using medical and biological fiction. You can free yourselves from the silliness that a juice (isn't it funny how these juices have all just been "discovered" recently and they come from a fruit that only grows high up in the mountains of Asia in vineyards tended by monks?)has miraculous powers. And the FDA doesn't sell drugs, people. They are lobbied, like the oil industry lobbies to keep fossil fuels our number one source of non-renewable energy, but let's be serious, folks.

The real reason for the FDA's action on fruit juices, you conspiracy theorists need to know, is because you naive little sheep might actually put off seeking real medical care for serious illness by simply increasing your intake of a juice that tastes like mouthwash and windhshield washer fluid mixed in a gym shoe.

Dr. Linus Pauling used to preach that we need 3 to 4 GRAMS of ascorbic acid each day. Now we know that that kind of oxidant overload will actually strees the mitochondria in your cells and cause aging and disease at a rate higher than without it.

The juice thing is so overblown and such a scam. A few people in your church ward are getting rich and you're sqaundering your children's college fund for greed and then getting ripped off.

Posted by Bill Lines on December 30, 2007 10:00 AM

15. Anonymous said on November 3, 2007:

Does Xango help anxiety also?

Hi Anonymous.. I'm not sure what what it would do for you but it deffently has helped with with anxiety..
:) Doldena

Posted by Doldena on March 19, 2008 4:02 PM

Hi, I just started taking Xango. Did anyone notice that when they first started taking Xango, that they seemed to have gas? Or a gurgly stomach? I think I might have been taking too much? Not really sure...

Posted by FireyLola on October 27, 2008 4:07 PM

I want to say that Xango isn't for everyone! It has caused me to react severely to 3 different drugs, which I had previously used without trouble. I ended up at the Urgent Care twice and had to do steroids. I still have rash that the Dr. can't clear up and afraid to take any new drug. I recently learned that the concentrated purplish pigment in Xango is being used as a dye. That is the pigment to which I am acutely allergic and since I ingested large amounts of it in a 2 month time period, I am still paying a very high price --health wise & money wise-- trying to clear this out of my system. Be sure you know what your body can tolerate before you blindly take a food supplement just because everyone tells you how much you may benefit from it.

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Posted by reverse phone lookup on March 13, 2012 3:15 PM

The FDA is always quick to cut down and bad mouth a natural health product always.They are afraid it will cut down on their drug sales.This is how the FDA makes all their money by paying for ad's to promote their drugs that most people do not even need.

Posted by Comparatif forfait on April 8, 2012 11:40 AM

The juice thing is so overblown and such a scam. A few people in your church ward are getting rich and you're sqaundering your children's college fund for greed and then getting ripped off.

Posted by Secret Story on April 8, 2012 11:42 AM

Plus their prices are nuts,not for the masses and contrary to what many X'ers think- they have not cornered the market.

Posted by Video drole on April 8, 2012 11:43 AM

Hi, I just started taking Xango. Did anyone notice that when they first started taking Xango, that they seemed to have gas? Or a gurgly stomach? I think I might have been taking too much? Not really sure...

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