All of the attention that I give grapefruit might lead one to believe that I'm paid handsomely by its people--or that I have no enamel left on my teeth.
Though quite possibly nothing more than pseudo-science, grapefruit seed extract's touted as nature's most powerful, broad-spectrum, non-toxic anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-parasitic, and anti-fungal.
They had me at the first anti-.
For years now, this $14 bottle (this exact bottle--it lasts forever) has been my woobie.
Ten drops in my water at the first sniffle or throat scratch or word of a tummy bug taking prisoners, and though an onlooker might suspect demons are overtaking my body from my reaction to its taste, I'm immediately back on health's good side.
In my gullible bubble, GSE disinfects produce and toothbrushes and doorknobs and humidifiers and breath and Brita water pitchers and sinuses and cutting boards and old Strawberry Shortcake dolls and dishwashers and Bear Grylls' (or anyone versus wild's) drinking water fetched from a questionable stream.
Apparently, it also works wonders on horse colic and Bali belly! And a litany of other ailments that'll never bring me down thanks to this panacea.
Don't take my word for it though--I'm not getting a kick back.