Original Limu

September 6, 2006

Improving Health Naturally

Filed under: Blogging, Health, Original Limu — Original Limu @ 9:09 am

In today’s world of technological advances and medical miracles, I increasingly question the need for so many types of medication.  Is it a ploy to make money for pharmaceutical companies, or do all of these drugs really improve our quality of life?  Now do not get me wrong, if a person has a heart transplant and needs medication so that the body will not reject the new organ, then I am all for that.  I just see a growing problem with doctors prescribing a pill for high blood pressure, another to build healthy bones, and another to thin the blood, etc.  Before people know it they are forking out hundreds of dollars a month to keep their body going.  The question bears asking, is there really nothing out there on this vast planet that could naturally improve multiple fascets of life without the exorbitant cost?  And if there is, wouldn’t people opt to take this avenue? 

I believe an answer lies in Original Limu.  This all natural, seaweed extract drink can help to improve health, enhance the immune system, relieve allergies, control blood pressure and cholesterol, inhibit cancer properties, improve hormone and breast health in women, help with diabetes and hypoglycemia, and control weight and appetite just to name a few.  I don’t know about you, but it seems amazing to me that a dose of Origianl Limu in the morning and evening can help with all of these health issues.  And if it does have the affect people say it does then why are more people not drinking it?  I for one would love to leave a doctor’s visit with a clean bill of health, knowing that I do not need medication or that my current medication has been reduced because of a natural drink. 



  1. Well, I just had to answer the question “Why are more people not drinking it?” The main reason is the price. The second reason is that because of the price and the way the product is marketed, people do not believe the product is worth using.

    I have personally used the product and would be using it continuously if I could afford to. I would be a distributor if I could afford to. I know the value of the product, and I’m not talking dollars. I am into alternative ways of living. Because I live in America, I do not have guaranteed choice and access to medical care, and for this household that means that we cannot get medical or dental care. While this is a scathing complaint against the values of America’s system, it is not a complaint about the life we live. We do what we do best, regardless of monetary compensation, and our goals are serving others and living a good life ourselves. America and its government has no concern for us, and we in turn contribute the least amount to the economy. Actually, if I were able to maintain an Original Limu distributorship, both the government and society would gain much more than they ever will any other way from our existence.

    Comment by Nyx — September 10, 2006 @ 8:11 pm

  2. Nyx – Thank you for taking the time to voice your opinion. I am interested to hear your issue with the way Original Limu is marketed…care to ellaborate?

    Comment by Original Limu — September 12, 2006 @ 10:06 am

  3. Thanks for your nice comment, Jonh.

    Comment by Original Limu — October 25, 2006 @ 2:51 pm

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