What is the strangest thing you've done to save money on medical bills?
One thing that I've done is take fish antibiotics to avoid having to go to the doctor. Have you done anything similar or have any tips for others who may not have medical care?
Probably the most advantageous tip I can offer is using natural antibiotics,and supplements when sickness emerges. As well as the tips about allergies,and asthma.
Among the natural anti biotics include garlic,oregano, and grape fruit seed extract.
No trip to the doctor, no copay on the visit,and no copay on meds. Average cost about 8.00. The trick is to catch it early, so have them on hand when you feel that tickle in your throat or the sneezing starts.
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