Oxytocin Accelerator v.wtf

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  1. Falconer

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    http://oxytocinaccelerator.com/

    (lol @ the typo in their header "Accerlator" :mamoru: )

    I'm 99% sure this is a scam product, but the potential ramifications of something like this could be :noes:
     
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    just skip a shower every other day, your body makes that shit for free :hsugh:
     
  3. Falconer

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    you're thinking of pheromones
     
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    First off, seven of their ingredients are amino acids, and only one of them is not produced in your body: isoleucine, which is one of the "essential" amino acids that you must receive via your diet. If you are lacking this AA then you have a medical problem.

    Also, they say it contains "Natrum Muriaticum". Want to know that this is? It is another name for Sodium Chloride, NaCl, a.k.a. table salt. They claim table salt is a "mood enhancer" lmao. Also included is "Silicea", which is just flint. Why you would want to ingest flint, I don't know.

    Anyway, obvious scam, just like most of homeopathic medicine. These people should be heavily fined, or jailed.
     
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    You know what they call homeopathic medicine that has been proven to work?

    medicine.
     
  6. Falconer

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    where'd you see the ingredients? I didn't see it on the page.

    Is it like every other homeopathic thing and is diluted a billion times so there's no trace of the original ingredient in the final product?
     
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    I can't tell if you are agreeing with me or if you support homeopathy.
     
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    http://oxytocinaccelerator.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10&Itemid=21

    Sounds like it is diluted. But, the point is that it contains things that either made naturally in your body, occur in a standard diet, or are basically inert substances.
     
  9. Falconer

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    I think that's the homeopathic word that means "shaken and diluted."
     
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    In other words, it isn't even as good for you as a multi-vitamin. Placebo effect can do wonders though.
     

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