I’m sorry. What the hell are you selling? Indian Blood Syrup?
Wow, this appears to cure everything.
Dr. Clark Johnson was a complete charlatan and that doesn’t even do him justice. He was a phony and snake-oil salesman. He certainly wasn’t unsuccessful hawking his wares, being quite the creative entrepreneur when it came to bilking people of their hard-earned dollars. Johnson even had a book published, detailing his years spent living among the Comanche and Apache tribes. It was a complete fabrication, meant to drum up business and give an air of authenticity, but sadly, promoted as fact and taken as fact.
The instructions are the best.
Should this move the bowels too freely, reduce the dose. If not enough increase it.
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