[Homestead] Alternative medicine = mainstream
rayzentz at aim.com
rayzentz at aim.com
Sat Jan 10 19:43:24 EST 2009
None, at least according to the financials I have seen. He is not directly involved with the company at all. He is a friend of the founder, however. He has spoken at some meetings, however, and I am sure he does have a fee for appearing...
I take a look at everything. We researched it for a month or so before taking it at first, and have done more since then. My wife does have a mind bowel reaction to it..., probably due to high fiber content, but she feels the mild discomfort is well worth the benefits. We have heard of some other difficulties, but upon more research. almost all of those were due to taking FAR more than is recommended. Even a true panacea would have a recommended doseage.
And yes, it is a networking company. Your point?
From: Lynda <lurine at com-pair.net>
To: homestead at lists.ibiblio.org
Sent: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 11:28 pm
Subject: Re: [Homestead] Alternative medicine = mainstream
Well, I'm glad it worked for you folks, Ray but keep an eye on it as it has
caused a lot of folks a lot of trouble medically speaking and has caused
some folks to have migraines that have put them in the hospital. I look
askance at anything that claims to cure all the ills of everyone and that is
the claim they are making.
Also, something to think about is that Zrii is a MLM or the fraternal twin
to the pyramid scheme. I don't have time right now to dig into the
financial but it would be interesting to know just how much money Chopra is
making off this.
----- Original Message -----
From: <rayzentz at aim.com>
> Didn't know much about Chopra until about a year ago, when I was
> introduced to a product that is the ONLY third party product the Chopra
> Centr has EVER endorsed. Gave it to my wife, 'cause the person wanting to
> sell it to me said it would help migraines. My wife has had migraines
> since she was 14 or 15, 3-4 times a month, lasting anywhere from12 hours
> to three days.
> She started taking this stuff in november of 07, just after Thanksgiving.
> She had her last migraine in January, of '08... hasn't had one since.
> He may be a huckster, but a lot of people believe what he says, and we are
> I heard him speak about 6 months ago. Part of it struck me as quackery,
> but some of it also resonated deeply with my personal beliefs.
> Oh, and yes, my wife and I both still take the stuff faithfully...
> And for those interested, it's called Zrii.
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