We sell this wonder juice called TimJan at the shop, we have a few customers who order it BY THE CASE in the U.K. and people come in specifically to buy it. Yesterday 2 ladies in the shop were talking about how marvelous the tonic is and so I decided to read the little tag on the bottle:
This remedy helps for the following:
Stomach problems and ulcers
Purifies the intestines
Relieves stress and depression
Has a calming effect
For healthy digestion
Fights stomach parasites
High blood pressure and angina
Prevention of kidney stones
Treatment of arthritis, rheumatism and gout
Contains certain vitamins like: A, B1, B3, B6 + E
Sporting injuries and stiffness
Snoring and sinus
Use directly on skin for eczema, skin disorders, shingles.
WOW. Can one tonic really fulfill so many ailments? The juice is from the aloe and grape vine, a lethal combination of disgusting flavours, I kid you not. I decided to try some, what harm can something with such a long list of cures really do? Of course I had washed my face, brushed my teeth and had already been lying in bed awake (insomnia?) when it suddenly occurred to me that I had not had my tablespoon of WONDER JUICE.
I made a dash for the kitchen, grabbed a 15ml measure and poured the revolting brown liquid into the spoon and opened wide. To say it is foul is an understatement. I have never tasted something that bad before, aloe and grape vine it certainly must be, no added sugar.
The taste stayed in my mouth and throat for a long time afterwards until I eventually fell into a deep and peaceful sleep...I will be using it again tonight...tonic in one spoon and sugar in the other....my list of ailments may not be long but if people actually buy it by the case and it tastes that BAD it must be bloody GOOD for you...
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