â<80><9c>Dr. Andrew McCullough mentioned that it was â<80><9c>marketing hocus pocus.â<80> What heâ<80><99>s talking about is the original â<80>~mamajuana,â<80><99> which we have nothing to do with â<80>¦ nothing what-so-ever. To me, it was pretty irresponsible for a guy whoâ<80><99>s supposed to be a doctor saying something so bogus without knowing what it is.â<80>
â<80><9c>If someone wants the veracity of this, try it. Try to make up your own mind. We have had 100 percent of people whoâ<80><99>ve tried it say how great this product is. This doctor doesnâ<80><99>t even look at it. All he does is stick up for his pharmaceuticals. Thatâ<80><99>s one of my issues with the pharmaceutical industry â<80>” they believe pharmacy is a panacea for absolutely everything. They give drugs for everything. We never claimed to be a drug. We never claimed to cure a disease. We never claimed to cure erectile dysfunction.â<80>
â<80><9c>Thatâ<80><99>s not what Mamajuana is for. This is simply the hottest new product that Layfield Energy has out. Itâ<80><99>s to raise your libido, give you a great sex life and thatâ<80><99>s all it is for. Itâ<80><99>s not meant to put a man on the moon. This doctor claiming this is about as irresponsible as you can claim. I hope he does better research for his institution than what he did before the interview for this article.
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