Grateful for Feeling Better

Shared by Hannah Kotzé, AIM Preferred Member Klerksdorp, South Africa.

In 1982, my husband, Gert, had a motorcycle accident that broke his collarbone and tore a nerve in his arm.

Paralyzed from the elbow to his hand, he had constant arm pain that worsened when the weather was stormy or cloudy.

In 2020, he started taking Composure to help him relax and sleep better. He tried it during working hours to see if it might help him concentrate, but it made him tired.

I had read a testimonial about CellSparc 360 and Proancynol 2000, and the first evening Gert took CellSparc 360, he fell asleep within half an hour. Gert said that he was able to sleep better because the discomfort in his arm was reduced a little.

He decided to take it during the day, which improved the feeling in his arm for about four hours. It also helped him to concentrate on his work a bit better.

I ordered Proancynol 2000 for him to take with CellSparc 360. This combination kept him feeling well at work. Taking them again at dinner helped him sleep through the night.

By continuing to take both products, Gert feels much better and has finally found a way to improve his life. It’s also a healthy option.

His mood has also changed a lot. People at work notice that he is calmer and can concentrate better.
We are so happy with the progress that he is making. It’s all thanks to God and the AIM products. Thank you, AIM, for improving our quality of life.

Testimonials should not be construed as representing results that everyone can achieve.
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