The origin of the saying "a picture is worth a thousand words" has been traced to Fred Barnard, an advertising manager in the early 1920s. Barnard used these words as a headline when selling advertising in trams. He originally claimed that it was a Japanese proverb, then in a later advertisement that it was Chinese - a literal Chinese translation in his copy lent authenticity.
Regardless, I'm sure you've seen one of the almost endless infomercials that are on late night or Saturday mornings. The common these running through each of these is a demonstration of the product. The point is I simply wanted to show you someone who had taken the product for 60 days. Just like in any of these shows on TV, you be the judge.
Obviously it is our desire and goal that you experience Himalayan Goji Juice for yourself. In fact our belief in the product is so strong that it contains a virtually unheard of 60 Day money back guarantee. I challenge you to find another nutritional supplement with this long of a guarantee.