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Has been in use for the past 55 years in about one-fourth of the world's countries

PlaqX Forte

PlaqX Forte therapeutic formulation has been time-tested and used in over 501 countries for the past 55 years. Originally developed to dissolve fatty embolous in pre- and post-trauma surgery, as well as treating liver disease2 , its use shifted to treating plaque deposits in the 1990’s whose therapy include removal of fatty and hardened plaque from blood vessels.

PlaqX Forte for Anti-Aging

Eventually, PlaqX Forte’s formulated therapy became a treatment in its own right due to consistent and effective therapeutic results. The formula used in PlaqX Forte not only clears fatty and hardened plaque, it also causes significant effect on a person’s overall appearance by way of restoring cellular health including skin cells. Patients undergoing plaque therapy were recorded to start looking younger and healthier after they have had about 20 treatments.

 

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