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Review of Dr. Bronner's Magic Soapbox

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I am going to sit here and say that I LOVE Dr. Bronner's multi-purpose, under one God, magic soap. I use it for everything. It's awesome.

What is funny is when I first started using it me and my friends had this joke about it because on the label there is the smallest print ever rambling about this crazy stuff about religion, self coming, and togetherness. We thought it was hilarious. Of course I read it all being intrigued and it's just interesting.

I'm so glad this documentary came out. I am so glad I know what kind of person Dr. Bronner really was.

He's exactly the way I thought he would be. Absolutely nuts.

I am so happy that his son is carrying on his traditions and pushing his message out there. This documentary showed me just how nice the entire Bronner family is.

It was interesting to hear the public talk about this soap and what they mainly use it for because this soap can literally be used in over 20 ways.

Brush your teeth?
Wash your dog?
Wash your walls?
Get rid of headaches?
With the peppermint brand of his soap hell yeah it can.

This dude made a universal miracle liquid. This documentary leads you into the life of this genius and what impact he has made on the world.

Little did I know that the label on each of his bottles is his own personal teachings that he created of which he believes everyone should follow. Despite the broken English of it, it sounds like he was a very god-connected person.

Overall: this documentary is great, mainly because I am an avid user of this soap and the bottle has intrigued me for over a year now. I finally I got to learn all about it.
Added by TeamDaiGurren
6 years ago on 4 November 2011 20:16

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