Osteo-bi-flex Information

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jacque Says:


I have had lower back problems since I was in high school. I needed to have a discectomy surgery when I was 25 years of age. I will be 32 this year and there is not a day that I would like to go without taking osteo bi flex. The thing about this supplement is that you will not neccessarily notice a large difference in the way you feel, that is not until you slip up and forget to take osteo bi flex for a few days. Then you will really know exactly what it does for you! This is really an amazing supplement and I would highly recomend this to anyone.



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SUZY Says:

IS IT OK TO CUT THESE PILLS IN HALF? I CANNOT SWALLOW THEM LIKE THEY ARE.

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Verwon Says:

The only time it isn't safe to cut or break a pill is if it is time released medication. There are an over the counter supplement and are not time released, so yes, you can safely cut or break the tablets.

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Maitdee Says:
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I bought a large bottle of Osteo-BI-Flex. They are large white tablets with no markings. Is this legal?

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