Dbx 13 (Thread 251946)

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ron Says:
what is this drug, or a medical book of curesron

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David Says:
Hi Ron,

Based on my research, DBX-13 is a comprised of 11 natural ingredients that are each shown to fight diabetes (by balancing blood sugar levels) without many of the harsh side effects of prescription medications.

The strange part however, is that I can't find much information on it other than what is mentioned above; not even a list of ingredients.

It makes me wonder if it's really legitimate to be honest.

Where did you first hear about it?

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Nicky Says:
I seen it on a video with Jenny Thompson Director of Health Sciences Institute.

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dave Says:
DBX 13 is touted in one of those "we can cure anything" advertising circulars put out by a group called "Health Sciences Institute".
Always wondered, if their "cures" are so great, why don't more doctors tout them??

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hassain hashmi Says:
i need more detail about DBX-13.

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mary Says:
Because doctors know absolutely nothing about alternative medicine and don't want to lose the big money by not being needed as often, as alternatives go to the cause and Dr.'s "cures" only deal with symptoms. Doctors also get big bonuses from pharmceutical companies for promoting their drugs. In other words, It's all because of money.

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january 2013 - I recently purchased a subscription to the Health Sciences Institute (HSI) newsletter and got the book "Miracles from the Vault." I scoured the pages to find DBX-13 which they advertised as the diabetes miracle cure, and couldn't find it anywhere. I called HSI, and after three attempts and threatening to take them to court for false advertising, a response finally came by email. DBX-13 is called X-Cravings. But get this... it is no longer being manufactured. X-Cravings appears to be a formula to help you stop craving food... a diet product... and I guess they apparently felt this would help you lose weight which would help your diabetes. I placed a call to the manufacturer of X-Cravings, Nutricology. Tel: (800)545-9960 who claims they don't know that X-Cravings was called DBX-13 by HSI, and they said they discontinued X-Cravings last year (2013). They also don't have a replacement product for it either. I hate when companies like HSI scam you by offering you hope that doesn't exist, which is why I am posting this information.

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Gwendolyn Says:
thank you for sharing the information regarding HSI. I, like you had hoped that the information they sent me was a wake up call for those of us who recognize the need for natural products to stay healthy.

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naj Says:
I hate to be lied to. Searching through my recently acquired copy of HSI's book Miracles from the Vault I could find no mention of DBX-13. I have sent an inquiry to HSI today. I'm very disappointed at not being able to find it listed and available.

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Jim Says:
Easy, because doctors get money from drug companies to prescribe their drugs.

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Donna Says:
The name is the problem ..... Someone who has the book says it is listed as this: "Syntra5" TM, by Syntratech. I found it under this name.

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TUMF Says:
It would make sense for doctors NOT to advertise about cure all drugs... if they did, they'd be putting themselves out of business... I don't know if any of these products work, but appreciate everyone's input here...

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John Says:
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Doctors are not taught to treat the root cause of disease and ailments, they are taught to maintain the symptoms associated with disease. I am sure that pharmaceuticals rake in trillions of dollars annually and there is no money in truly healing people. It's not like doctors want to hurt people or anything but it's what they learned is the correct way to treat. Where does that standard of learning come from? World Health Orginization and American Meadical Association, ect... The same people who brought Ugenics programs and forced sterilization programs ,AGENDA 21 and CODEX ALIMENTARIUS, GMO's

Look up Bill Gates TED talks where he talks about depopulation.

Ted Turner " too many damn people using too many things"

Oprah talking about older southern generations " they just need to die"

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Michael Says:
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Because they get big bucks from drop dead gorgeous pharmaceutical reps to push FDA approved patented pills...!!!

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TD Says:
I am a family physician who has practiced for 43 years. Many of these "natural cures" or "alternative medicines" are bogus and until subjected to rigorous double-blind, randomized studies to show safety and efficacy, they should be avoided like the plague. We physicians are not owned by the drug companies, get no kickbacks, or any of the other ridiculous charges made against the medical profession. When you hear "things your doctor does not want you to know", that is also bizarre; as an advocate for my patients, if there is a treatment that will help, I will research it and prescribe it if the treatment is safe and effective. Why would I withhold information from the very person I am trying to help?

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Ruth Says:
Hmm. I've just listened to a load of waffle to get a "Free" booklet on "HSI's 167 Natural Health Breakthroughs" only to find out they want £50 or £90 subscription fees. I think Natural Health Solutions have joined the financial band wagon. Lets face it, it's all about getting as much money as they can out of us. Not impressed at all.

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