Melanin: The Chemical Key To Black Greatness (Black Greatness Series)-A book talking about how melanin is important for memory, for anti-cancer, ant-aging,etc

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Melanin helps us so much. A long time

I’ve known that melanin makes BLACK

people stay younger looking longer. That’s

what this book says too:

Melanin: The Chemical Key To Black Greatness (Black Greatness Series)

         According to the review on the amazon’s

site this book talks about how melanin is

important to life and its ancient  African

History. Also, it talks about melanin in

relation to the sunlight, music, dancing,

anti-aging, anti-cancer, religion,

electromagnetism, and other

scientific and cultural parameters. This information

is written out for the editorial reviews for the

book description. I already know it’s going to be

a great book because I love facts like that, the ones

in the book’s description.

                 It makes me want to write

 a song or poem about Melanin, the beauty of it because Black has always  and will always be beautiful. And then to see the other advantages of melanin to top it off is extra special. Melanin …. Melanin..Melanin…………

           The Book has 103 pages as written on the site.

The author of the book is Carol Barnes.

            Oh, on the site, there is also a person who

did a review that said that white people have to take a melanin pill.

         Yes, that’s what Osiristheking said in his review

of this book below the book’s description.

The url to buy the book is:

http://www.amazon.com/Melanin-Chemical-Key-Black-Greatness/dp/1930097352/ref=sip_rech_dp_3

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