What Are These Medications That Are Used For Helping In Heart Disease,toren, Horton, Grape Seed Extract & Nissan

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Dr. Francisco Contreas speaks about these meds on the Benny Hinn tv ministries. 9th Dec. in relation to Holistic medicine.
he indicated that these along with garlic, grape seed extract in combination can help significantly in reversing heart desiease and High blood pressure. Also where can I purchase these meds.



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