Pd 157/40

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frank ramsey Says:

Is this provigle

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Verwon Says:

No, this is not Provigil, this is Lipitor 40mgs.

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Lipitor is Atorvastatin which affects the bodies ability to make cholesterol, so it can help, along with diet and exercise, to lower the bodies cholesterol levels.

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