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ingredients in dbx 13
Why can't I find an ACTUAL list of ingredients in DBX 13? I'm interested in this product but I don't understand why I can't find a list of the ingredients. ## Hello, Susan! How are you? Many people have been asking about this, H86 and others ever since that email newsletter has been going out, but there is nothing to be found! I'm sorry, I know many people's hopes were falsely raised, so I know what I'm saying is very disappointing. But I have searched extensively and repeatedly in many different resources, both paid and free, that cover everything from experimental drugs to natural supplements and have been unable to find a single mention of these, whatsoever. Does anyone else know more? ...
Updated 7 months ago.
Thu, Dec 12 '13, 4:29 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 256388
dbx 13
what is this drug, or a medical book of curesron ## 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? ## I seen it on a video with Jenny Thompson Director of Health Sciences Institute. ## 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 gre... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Diabetes.
Fri, Apr 25 '14, 2:41 PM   7  Subscribe to thread 251946
Where can I find dbx 13
Where can I find this and what type of form is it in..? ## Hi CAW, From what I could gather, DBX-13 is said to be made up of 11 natural ingredients that are each shown to help fight diabetes (by balancing blood sugar levels) without many of the harsh side effects that prescription medications come with. However, the strange part is that I can't find any more information on it other than what is vaguely mentioned above; not even a list of ingredients. This makes me wonder if it's really legitimate or possibly some type of scam. Did you hear about it from a group called "Health Sciences Institute"? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Diabetes.
Mon, Mar 10 '14, 12:14 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 259853
what is dbx 13...Answer
Not a scam! I do not know why the reference is "DBX-13," however the formulae in the "Miracles from The Vault - Anthology of Underground Cures" refers a formulae to the same statistics for "DBX-13" AS "Syntra5" TM, by Syntratech. Syntra5 is sold by Amazon but the best deal is similar to the manufacturer, but cheaper, at quick2you, savings of @ $20 (buy 2 and get one free). Now that you know the actual name, check it out. I have never been steered wrong by HSI over the last 7 years. Great info in the book above. ## I know you mentioned that HSI has never steered you wrong in the past, but I am curious to find out if you've had a chance to actually try any of their products over the past 7 years? Apparently the active ingredients contained in Syntra5 ar... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Biotin.
Fri, Apr 11 '14, 10:18 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 262578
what is dbx 13? i have the pretender's link and using the name of jenny thompson as the director of HSI
so you are saying there is no such thing... Health Sciences Institute (hsionlineorders) is the site i was also led to in hopes to help my diabetes... ## There are actually several other discussion threads here on this very topic; including one scenario where a person reported getting scammed by HSI through their subscription: Discuss/DBX-13-scam-261559.htm The farthest I've come with my personal research, is finding out that DBX-13 is supposed to be comprised of 11 natural ingredients that are each touted for their ability to fight diabetes (by balancing blood sugar levels) without many of the harsh side effects of prescription medications. But what's odd is that there's not much information on it other than what is mentioned above; not even a list of its own ingredients. I ... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Diabetes.
Fri, Apr 25 '14, 12:24 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 262658


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