Kurzyme Supplement

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lucky Says:

does kurzyme work??

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Stephen Crespi Says:

would kurzyme help to reduce a blockage in a heart coronary artery ?

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Verwon Says:

Kurzyme is just an over the counter supplement that contains a variety of enzymes and herbs, thus it hasn't actually been proven to help with any medical condition and it has not been tested for side effects, as is done with prescription medications.

And when it comes to a blockage in a coronary artery, please check with your doctor before taking anything, since there is still a possibility that supplements may interact with certain medications, or cause problems with certain medical conditions.

Are there any questions or comments?

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