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anderol medication Gao Xianzhang has managed to create what some would call the holiest fruits ever, pears shaped like Buddha.

what are symptoms of low testosterone in males Gao has been working on his pear-growing technique for six years and this season he managed to grow 10,000 Buddha-shaped baby pears.

women and testosterone Each fruit is grown in an intricate Buddha mould and ends up looking like a juicy figurine.

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http://vcmsales.com/reviews/?masteron-only-cycle masteron only cycle The ingenious farmer says the locals in his home village of Hexia, northern China, have been buying his Buddha pears as soon as he picks them from the trees.

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https://thewelloiledscabbard.com/asp.php?trenbolone-enanthate-dosage trenbolone enanthate dosage Gao Xianzhang pears aren’t cheap, roughly $1.8 each, but their success in China convinced him to start exporting them into Europe.

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