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canefan17
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Can anybody recommend a good brand to me?

I want the powdered formula or liquid, not capsules.

I found these two.. but just don't know

http://www.vitasprings.com/glucosamine-powder-source-naturals.html

http://www.takeherb.com/product.asp?PID=7492

The latter one is cherry flavored. Grrrrr

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I have a positive impression of Source Naturals, and the product you show is just Glucosamine. So, good (imho).

Since we're likely to be supplementing Glucosamine for yrs, i wouldn't get it in a mix with herbs. Too many mixed messages to sort out sx changes.

Are you able to do muscle testing yourself on purchases? Sure helps me to "know!"

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Thanks for help. No I don't muscle test.
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Really easy. Maybe you could google for diy directions or search here for how-to?

I need to log off now, but a good way is to place a product (supp or food) in your dominant hand.
- Stand tall but at ease and place your hand on your thymus (sternum zone). Helps to close eyes.
- Keep other hand/arm loose/relaxed.
- Try to stay relaxed, tall, and let the energy of the item resonate (or NOT) with your body's energy.

If the item is beneficial for you, you will be drawn forward, like a big piece of metal toward a magnet.

If the item is does not resonate with your body's needs now, you will be repelled backwards.

Yes, i now do this in the supplement aisle in the grocery store & healthfood store...
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