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Medicine Woman

Posted by amber | Meds | Posted on July 26th, 2010

Well as you are no doubt aware there is no CURE for chronic fatigue, merely a million peripheral ways of dealing with the fall out. Presently I am on a concoction of omegas, immune support, pro-biotics etc. But more about that later.

This blog does not profess to have all the answers, it is merely a diary of what I have done and what has worked for me. So please, if you have a great remedy, tell me about it.

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