The link to your lower pain site goes to a commercial portal. Is there a new link to the site?
Where can I find the recipe for your pain spray?
I disagree that it is a commericial portal. The recipe is available FOR FREE through that portal as you call it. There is no charge for the recipe. In addition to the recipe there is an explanation my FREE "Lower Pain For America" which is a project to help restore America's health. The project will not work unless the sign up process is followed.
The best to you.
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