Posted by JerseyJerr on November 5, 2010, at 3:26:35
In reply to Re: ABOUT THE COMPANY SELLING CLAROCET, posted by KellyKelly on May 19, 2009, at 1:45:17
I have one thing to say to people like you KellKell:
In my experience, I could do all I could do with my psychotherapist (and I certainly did!), but my psychotherapy could not do what food (the stuff that fuels our brains and our bodies) could do for me. Food makes the chemical reactions in our brains and bodies possible!!!
I've never take this Clarocet, but I have used vitamins and supplements (plants, too!) for many years now, without which I would not be the generally happy, well-adjusted gentleman I am today.
To call all dietary supplements all lies is a hasty over generalization, which doesn't help anyone learn anything but your opinion--there is enough scientific evidence to prove your opinion wrong at this point.
> Lies. All Lies. Clarocet is yet another in a long line of products engineered by devious men to take money out of the hands of people who need professional help. Ginseng? Dark Ages? The active ingredients have only ever been proven to do anything by people who want to believe that there is a natural cure for everything. Keep your money, talk to a therapist or psychologist. They will help you deal with anxiety and depression better than a plant.