Brain Act

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Mike Hilliard - Indonesia Says:


I have been told that by taking Brainact I can reduce my chances of having a stroke...I am 67 years old and I believe in good health...what would be your recommendation please...
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hopedee2 Says:
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My mom also being told to take this med. She had her first stroke 2 days ago. How this med works?

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