OxyMax Sublingual or Topical Spray, the bonding & love amino acid chain, Wholesale price = $25
Since the age of the dinosaurs, peptides have been found in all animals as the primary bonding and love agent. Dogs especially bond to one another and to their humans thanks to amino acids in OxyMax™ Sublingual Spray. However during aging, amino acid levels decline and eventually result in grumpy dogs and even humans. (Think of the movie, “Grumpy Old Man” staring Jack Lemon and Walter Matthou.) OxyMax™ Sublingual Spray revives the friendliness and lovingness because it is specially produced using nanotechnology for rapid absorption under the tongue or in the nasal cavity or transdermally on the skin. Also, OxyMax™ Sublingual Spray gives a gentle feeling of well being, improves sleep, and releaves stress. High doses enhance the sexual experience especially orgasm. No preservatives were used in its manufacture.
Discover why many people might need supplement with this amino acid, not only related to orgasms, but also to tender love, attachment, friendliness, passion and many other matters. The book, "Passion, Sex and Long Life" by Dr. Thierry Hertoghe explains in detail the detection and treatment of these phenomena alongside abundant scientific literature supporting this information.
Valuable for both patients and physicians willing to:
acquire in-depth knowledge of the smile and happiness spray.
discover the best methods and products to treat a deficiency.
solve problems that may occur during a treatment.
We offer OxyMax™ Sublingual Spray at a reduced price of 25 US dollars per 1-bottle package excl. tax, plus shipping. Each bottle contains 100 tablets. (Retail value = $49.99). 6ml bottle, 500IU liquid (60 sprays) for sublingual or topical application.
Ingredients: distilled water, homeopathic micro-lipolysed protein neurophysin.
The famous doctor Thierry Hertoghe discusses the wonderful benefits of OxyMax:
The FDA has not evaluated these claims. No claims are made to correct or cure a disease. Problems caused by aging are not considered to be diseases. Instead, they are natural processes encountered during aging.