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Keep your ads to yourself. We at Zenith Herbal spend lots of time managing this group, so we believe we’ve earned the right to promote our own products. You don’t have that right. Spammers will be booted AND BANNED. Be careful!

No unrelated posts

Yes, there are lots of posts out there that are very interesting. This group is about Bloodroot. If your post is interesting but unrelated, then please don’t post it.


We welcome you to post pictures of your treatment. This is the most effective way to get support and help from other group members.

Please put images in the comments section. This will mostly avoid the problem of Facebook censoring your posts, and sending warnings, or banning you.

If posting breast pictures, cover or photoshop the nipple out. Facebook will target you otherwise.

To protect your images from unauthorized usage, please watermark them. Ask uncle google if you don’t know-how.


This is a closed group, so only members can see the posts. Respect others’ privacy, and share posts only with the permission of the poster.

All members are free to approve new membership applications.


Be very thoughtful about how you phrase your sentences in your comments and posts. Rudeness and thoughtlessness will not be tolerated.

This is not a religious community.

We have differing opinions on this matter, so please keep yours to yourself as a courtesy to others.

Please report spammers, bad posts and trolls as you find them. You can send a personal message to the admins.

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