I understand that the reports generated are for us to take to a practitioner, but this is new technology, and alot of us have to interpret these reports as best as we can ourselves. I took my report to a recommended practitioner, and I probably understood it better. I’m not complaining, and I know you cannot give medical advice, but it would be better to tie your Excipient Reports with some kind of explanation without crossing the line to medical advice. I can infer a lot of the Excipient reports reveal problems with vaccines, problems with Urea causing gout, heavy metal toxicity, etc. Do you think you could send me a list of ‘consequences’ without crossing the line to medical advice? Thanks.