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Introduced to me by a stylist and this is now a staple of my mornings. Smells like candy and the hold is a moveable, light hold always bouncing back when reworked. A little goes a long way and I personally found this works EXTREMELY well to tame friezes and keep the hair sexy. I normally have to use 3 oils in my hair and this has replaced that for frizz, which is a side effect of what I amam using it for. My hair is stacked and this can give it a classic polished look or a sexy tousled look. You won't find a better product or price!
Have your wife help you with the install. Is so simple that we guys could not understand. I recommend it, just follow as is writen.
We use this for when we have our family reunion. We always have instruments there and some of us that play in bands now so we use this program to get the additional sounds we want to add for the instruments that are not with us. It works well and the sound is just as good as having that instrument with us. It was easy to load the program and easy to use. You do need to register this program to use all the features but you only have to do it once and of course you can do it online. It only takes a few minutes. If you are having slow connections, lag time between each sound, it's your computer, not this program. This was much less costly than the download because other people had it for sale for about half that price.
Works great for keeping the aliens from reading / manipulating your brain waves AND makes for really easy clean up when cooking.
My expectation was for information on natural treatment for physical symptoms. I enjoyed reading Dr Wallach's journey in developing his method of healing diseases, but was turned off by his continuous negativity toward physicians. The doctors I know are not ignoring healing in favor of money, they are just doing what they have been taught, or what they know. There are some doctors who try to expand their knowledge base by studying naturapathic medicine also. He is too liberal with his generalizations against all doctors intentions, instead of focusing on what he does to treat people. His bitterness against the medical profession is apparent and is on nearly every page of the book. It seems that some physicians questioning his Nobel Prize nomination poisoned his feeling about all doctors. I wish he had just stuck to his story about his growth in knowledge about causes and cures of diseases, and what people can do to heal themselves, and leave the doctor-bashing out. They have taken over his life to a degree, and spills over into his writing and lectures. His anger and bitterness against doctors is not very becoming. He likes money too... he has an exclusive contract to get his products from a specific place, sells books etc. There is nothing wrong with that, but he likes money like doctors and the rest of the population would like to have. I just wish the book had a different tone.