Waver - Thanks for the information.
According to the link, BioPerformance claims to have had $25 million in sales since December alone, and 4,500 distributors just in Texas. No doubt most of those 4,500 distributors (if they really exist) claimed that the product performed as advertised, based on testimonials, lab results provided by BioPerformance, or whatever. The Texas AG concluded, however, that the BioPerformance gas pill (which was really just naphthalene, i.e., mothballs) had no effectiveness and, if anything, had a negative effect on automobile performance. This news item shows once again how easily thousands of people get sucked into a scam, and will present baseless claims of efficacy as if true for whatever reason (wishful thinking, placebo effect, dishonestly, lack of knowledge and sophistication, etc.)
Waver, I’m starting to think that in your heart you are seriously beginning to doubt the Lifewave thing. If so, congratulations.