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Talk:Precision Herbs

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Biased?[edit]

I don't think I've read any article that was more biased against herbal treatments in my lifetime. I've never received anything from Precision Herbs that did not do exactly what it was supposed to do. Not only myself, but several family members and colleagues have also used Precision Herbs under the recommendation of a health professional and achieved results where modern medicine had routinely failed.— Unsigned, by: 24.140.179.129 / talk / contribs

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Anecdotes do not constitute (scientific) evidence. Furthermore, who were those "health professionals"? Are you sure it was not the placebo effect in action? Unless something is clinically proven, it cannot be called a medical treatment. Nerd271 (talk) 01:58, 5 November 2017 (UTC)