|Received:||6/18/2006 9:08:28 PM|
|Organization:||Touch of Cajun|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been taking Xango mangosteen juice for 9 months. I was at a point where I was going to have to quit my job as cafe manager due to severe arthritis in my feet. I was being treated by a doctor and could not get enough relief from the medicines prescribed. A friend introduced me to Xango and within 2 weeks, my foot pain began to go away. Nine months later, my pain has lessened to where I can do my job and live a normal life with no foot pain. Xango is the only product I tried, other than prescription medicines, and I got off the prescription medicines within a month of beginning Xango. Anything which keeps others from having the benefit of this health supplement would be a disservice to the many people it could help, not just with arthritis but other ailments the juice has helped. Just because Xango is sold as a home marketing structure doesn't make it bad like others before it. The proposed Business Opportunity Rule would create so great a burden, many people could not sell the juice and be helped as I was.