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Arbor Patient Direct - Online Refill & Medication Home Delivery Program - Patients of Edarbi, Edarbyclor, & Bidil – Get your Arbor prescription medications delivered to your home by signing up for the free Arbor Patient Direct Program!

Country:, North America, US

City: -77.4728 Virginia, United States

  • Michelle - Good little Laptop

    For the price, this a good day to day laptop. I can play games on Facebook with no problems. The only thing that made me to give a 4 star instead of 5 is that the keyboard is not back-lit so until you type you don't know if your are typing with lower or upper cases. Other then that, I will give it a clean swipe ( came loaded with loads of crap), and will be good to go. Keyboard is easy on typing, since I type very fast, colors are good, again , for this price, don't expect a gaming computer, but for school, and everyday surfing, watching movies on Netflix or Amazon video, this is a good laptop !

  • Amazon Customer - I can't say if it was this for sure, ...

    I can't say if it was this for sure, we were trying for four cycles (had a very early miscarriage on the third cycle). Started this at the end of 4th cycle and got pregnant on 5th cycle.

  • sundoode - Very easy to install

    Very easy to install, seemed to work ok. But when I tried to reinstall an MMO, the launcher would not connect. I checked the firewall rules, and the program had the right access. Turned off the application, and it still wouldn't connect. Deinstalled the tool, and the launcher worked fine. Something else I noticed was the tool appeared to use 15-18% CPU when no scans were going. Between those two items, I went ahead and left the program de-installed and went back to my original internet security product.

  • carebear - Simply fabulous

    Love love love this product!!!! I have super sensitive skin so I'm always worried when trying a new product. Let me just sat this product is amazing...great smell-great exfoliator-and left my skin feeling soft. This is a product that I did receive at a reduced price to yr and provide my honest feedback on...but let me tell you I will be buying more when needed as I will continue to use this product.

  • lina - Perfect set of popular oils

    This is a fantastic set of oils for anyone wanting to try out oils for the first time or for those of us that use oils, these are some of my most frequented oils so this set is perfect for me. This set comes with 10 ml bottles. The oils included in the set are: Lavender, Eucalyptus, Lemongrass, Peppermint, Sweet Orange and Tea Tree. The oils come packaged in a nice sturdy box which is perfect for wrapping and giving as a gift. At this price it would make a fantastic gift for a friend or even break up the set for stocking stuffers. This set is filled with mood enhancing oils as well as excellent healing oils. The oils are 100% natural and have no carrier oils added. These are best used if added to a diffuser and allow the oil and aromatherapy fragrances to fill the air. These oils smell amazing and I highly recommend them.

  • V. Smith - Just a Little Too Light-hearted

    As much as I enjoy Craig Johnson's "Longmire" books (and I've read them all), this one is just a little bit too much tongue-in-cheek. The plot was good, even though it was obvious from the get-go who the villain was, but in "An Obvious Fact" Johnson's tongue has just about bored a hole through his cheek. I'd hate to see him follow the path of James Doss who wrote the Charlie Moon mysteries. Doss's first books were good reads but somewhere along the way he got off track with the humor of it all, and the series went downhill. His last books were not his best work. Johnson is a good writer but considering the discoveries, etc. in this story, his approach is just a little too light-hearted. His characters deserve more from their author.

  • Laurie Meyers - I didn't notice any change using this product but I ...

    I didn't notice any change using this product but I didn't purchase Step 2. Not sure if that would have made the difference or not.