1 Miracleman Asea Up Date
Just think 2017 is almost over. I would like to give an up date on how Asea has been my miracle. Redox Signaling Molecules have given me back my energy and my ability to walk.
1. The first weekend June 1and 2, 2017. We were in 4 of the biggest and busiest airports in the Midwest. Because we only had a carry on bag I could not take my 32 oz. bottle of Asea on the plane. So I took over 4 oz. of Asea before we left our home Thursday morning at 8:00 AM. Thursday we flew from Chicago O’Hare airport to Minneapolis, Mn Airport and down to Columbus Ohio. Stayed over in Columbus. Then on Friday we flew from Columbus, Ohio down to Atlanta, Ga International Airport and back to Chicago O’Hare airport.
2. We had a 1 and 1/2 hour delay at the Columbus Airport waiting for our flight down to Atlanta. I was getting very weak and could hardly walk with the use of a rollator. I needed help to get on and off the airplane when it landed in Atlanta. We had only 22 minutes to get to our connecting flight back to Chicago. The flight crew was a great help when we landed back in Chicago to get me off the plane and back up the ramp to the flight desk. The lady at the flight desk said, she saw us yesterday. I said right, we are coming back home but I need a wheelchair because I was having a problem walking. She got a wheelchair for me and a helper to help us get to the place where the limo driver was waiting to pick us up. When our driver saw me he was wondering how I was going to get back in our home.
3. We got home about 11:50 PM Friday night and my wife got me the wheelchair for me to get in. At 11:55 PM I took 4 big oz. of Asea and went to bed. I got up at my 5:05 AM Saturday morning and took my 2 oz of Asea, went for my early morning walk and came home and got things around to be out at the Farmers Market at Lake Carroll Camp ground by 8:30 Saturday morning. I was good to go the rest of the day.
Thanks to Redox Signaling Molecules. As long as I get at least 4 oz. Asea every day, I am able to walk with the aid of a rollator. Asea is a must for me every day.