I recently tried to find a local herbal medicine in Singapore.
It turned out that a local brand had already been around for years, but that was no longer available in Singapore, so I went on eBay.
I got my first email with a link to a listing for a brand called “Herbal Medicine”.
The seller was offering $7.90 for the entire contents of the container, including the medicine.
But as a herbal medicine is a medicinal herb, the prices of these herbs are higher than what I could pay at the local pharmacy.
I did my best to look for other local herbal medicines online.
I found the one I liked.
The price was reasonable.
It was about $6 for a capsule.
My experience with herbal medicine seemed to be that the quality was generally good.
I would buy a capsule of an active ingredient from a Chinese herbal medicine vendor and try it out.
The ingredients for the capsules were well researched and the ingredients were generally pretty safe.
The capsules were of a clear liquid and were packed in a capsule with a label and instructions.
Some people, however, would find the capsules to be less safe and the active ingredients to be of a less effective level.
For example, one seller described the active ingredient in his herbal medicine as having “more toxins”.
This seller also gave me a bad review of his herbal product because he claimed that he had a high dose of vitamin B12 and that it could cause a liver problem.
I contacted him and he apologised for the review.
He also claimed that the capsule in his medicine contained the active and inactive ingredients, but there was no information on the label about the dosage.
However, this seller also claimed to have a very good recommendation for the product on the seller’s page.
He recommended that I buy the herbal medicine because it contained B12, but added that the active component was not recommended for my skin type.
I was so shocked that I contacted this seller.
He said he had tried a lot of herbal medicines and he had never encountered a negative review.
I asked him how many capsules he had and he said he only sold one capsule for $7 and had never received a negative recommendation.
I told him that I had tried many different herbal medicine brands and I was really satisfied with the ingredients of my herbal medicine.
I felt confident that the products I was buying would be of good quality.
I ordered another capsule from him, and he sent me another box of herbal medicine to try.
We went to his shop and I tried the herbal product.
I was surprised at how good the ingredients are.
I also noticed that it was more concentrated than I remembered.
I have used other herbal medicines before, but I have not tried any of them this much.
I did notice that the taste of the herbal products were different to that of a Chinese medicine.
The product I bought was not of any special quality, so it was not something that I would recommend to people.
So I left the seller alone.
The next day, I went to the same seller’s shop and tried the same herbal medicine he had recommended.
This seller also told me that he did not have the ingredients and that I should order a capsule instead.
I agreed to this seller’s recommendation.
When I got my capsule, I felt as if I had just purchased a new life-preserving medicine.
The packaging looked like a generic product that I have never heard of.
I thought that I needed to make a decision.
But it did not seem to have any special ingredients in it.
It looked like it had been prepared from ingredients that are already in the body.
I do not know what it is, but it seemed to have something in it that could cause some problems.
What does this mean for me?
I have been using herbal medicine for about a year now.
I had a problem with my skin a few years ago, and I have been trying to find the right herbal medicine every time I get a cold.
But I do believe that the herbal medicines in Singapore are of a good quality and the prices are reasonable.
But the quality of the ingredients, the price, the ingredients used and the safety of the active components is not good.
For me, I do have to give up on using herbal medicines.
I think that this is because there is a lot more money in herbal medicine than in other kinds of medicines.
If I am not careful, I might end up buying a lot too much and end up with no choice but to stop using the medicine altogether.
Source Engadgets article Written by Mandy Kwan