How often have you heard someone say, “I wish I could bottle that!” while watching children play? Youth in a bottle. Right? If you look up the official definition of “youth,” you’ll find several:
- a : the time of life when one is young.
The Oxford English Dictionary says youth is:
“The time between childhood and adult age.”
But how does one define the feelings after 9 weeks on a supplement called “Youth”? For starters: A higher level of energy; deeper sleep, a higher level of mental alertness and focus. Less stiffness and pain in fingers and feet. A more youthful appearance when I glance in the mirror.
So, perhaps one day, they’ll be an additional listing in Merriam-Webster or Oxford or Wikipedia . . . for now, we’ll have to consult the PDR (Physician’s Desk Reference):
http://www.pdr.net/full-prescribing-information/ageloc-youth?druglabelid=3773 because this supplement is listed there for all the world to see!
I woke up this morning with this playing in my head . . .
and will continue to swallow my 4 purple capsules daily as I sing along.