REVIEW: Relumins Gluta-1000 Glutathione capsules

I waited for over three months before I started writing a review about this glutathione product I bought online for P900 pero bottle of 60 vegetarian capsules.

<Buy a bottle of Relumins Gluta-1000 here>

The bottle instructs the user to take two capsules every day, one in the morning and one in the evening preferably.

Relumins Gluta-1000 has three major contents:

1. L Glutathione (675mg) – Glutathione prevents damage of healthy cellular components and makes us radical free. It is also a good antioxidant for the body.

2. Alpha Lipoic Acid (200mg) – another antioxidant that boosts glutathione levels of our body.

3. Rose Hips(125mg) – a highly absorbable form of vitamin C that is a perfect combo to glutathione.

Good Effects:

1. Glowing skin noticeable within 7 days.

2. Hindi ka nahahaggard.

3. Fresh skin and face every morning, pwede ka ng mag-woke up like this selfie.

4. Regularize your poop time as it removes toxins out off our system.

5. Brighter but NOT dull skin after a month of use.

Side Effects:

1. Lagi kang gutom.

2. Frequent comfort room breaks.

3. Slight sleeping disruption.

I really like Relumins Gluta-1000 because aside from the fact that it’s effective to me and has no harmful side effects, it is also affordable at a price range of P900-1,200 for 60 capsules already. It is also halal guaranteed, meaning it is a vegan medicine.

I have tried quite a lot of glutathione capsules such as luxcent, Ishigaki, etc. and I must say that Relumins Gluta-1000 is my favorite budget-wise, effect-wise and quality-wise.

During my three months of using Relumins, I didn’t take vitamin C para mas makita ko talaga yung effect ng Relumins itself and I can say na no need na for vitamin C tablets because this gluta capsules itself is already good.

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OJT Experience in DPWH Central Office 2018

Ever since I took the Civil Engineering program, I’ve always wanted to work at DPWH. Working on a government agency makes me feel like I’m contributing something for the development of our country so now that I am taking up my 5 units OJT course, I grabbed the opportunity to work here and see how this department works even if there is no allowance included.

I was alone when I took my OJT course, my friends went on another company which I will no longer mention.

Anyways, back to my story, I got accepted right after I submitted my endorsement letter and resume (that’s pretty much all they need from an OJT applicant). I was endorsed by Sir Jimmy to the Planning Services – Programming Division on July.

Our office is located at DPWH Central Office in Port Area near Intramuros, a few blocks from Manila Hotel and Philippines Ports Authority. From my school, Technological Institute of the Philippines, I just have to ride a jeep to SM City Manila then I go towards the city hall, then take the underpass then I ride another jeep with a signboard that says “Pier.”

The division that I was assigned to is the division that review the budget, communications, database of projects and other programming and computer organizing systems of DPWH.

It took them a while before they were able to assign an engineer for me to help because they were quite busy when I started. Days after, I was assigned to an Engineer II, Engr. Ray.

I struggled a bit to blend in with the people at the office at first because they seem to be all focused with their tasks and the Engineer III and supervisors are just around the office so they can’t be just chillin’ out. I was shy too because I was the only trainee in there and they don’t seem to be used to having so much trainees in the office.

During the next weeks of my OJT time, I slowly started to feel comfortable, I was given a desk and a PC to use and the engineers started to talk to me, they were all warm and friendly yet, I still felt a bit shy until they asked me to join their meeting at the Department of Budget Management (DBM) in Malacañang after our office hours.

Man, it’s so cool to enter Malacañang with a valid reason. I just watched them do their jobs and then assisted a bit. We all went there to submit the budget summary papers (it’s so thick!!) but there were a few revisions that we went there around 7PM and finished all the work around 5AM, yes, we slept there at DBM!

Honestly, I feel so lucky to be a trainee in this department. The engineers are so nice they sometimes treat me foods, share a little chit chat to make me feel comfy and it’s cool that there is another engineer at the office, Engr. Fred, who graduated from the same alma mater as me.

Anyways, enough of the personal stuff. About the work here, being someone who works on Planning Service – Programming Division exposes you to so much computer works — highly of MS Excel. Unlike the Bureau of Construction, engineers and trainees under Programming division doesn’t go out on fieldworks, they do not inspect sites or go on sites, they are the office engineers.

It’s kinda sad for me because I wanted to be exposed to construction sites too but then I’m starting to love it here so I thought I can do construction site visits to another company, SC Megaworld, to be exact since one of my mom’s friend works there as a civil engineer.

It’s cool that in DPWH, I get to expand my connections that may help me in the future when I go out there in the world of Civil Engineers. I met the Mayor of Sorsogon, Engr. Glen introduced me to him — btw, Engr. Glenn and Engr. Ray are both from Bicol so it’s really cool because they appreciate my support to mom (Leni Robredo).

Another thing, I just experienced to ride DPWH’s shuttle bus. Engr. Fred accompanied me, it only costs P5 if you’re dropping place is near and P10 if you’re as far as Cubao. It’s exclusive for DPWH employees and what’s amusing is that the system here is that once the bus arrives, all the male employees give way to the female ones and let all of them sit first before they enter, it doesn’t really matter if they’ll stand as long as all the women are comfortably sitting. Power!!!

I’ll probably write more soon about my OJT experiences in DPWH. I am yet to finish the required 240 hrs OJT time of our school so I hope to earn more experience here!

A Milk Tea drink to try from CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice!!!

Have you noticed the long lines in CoCo? Milk tea lovers are quickly multiplying and I gotta say that I do hope they aren’t just hopping inside the bandwagon!

I’m not a big fan of CoCo even after I tried their best seller drinks but I was shook to ny inner milk tea loving core when I tried something out from their menu.

Are you ready to discover the best drink from Coco?

Salty Cream Milk Tea

Price:

P100 (Large)

P90 (Regular)

It cannot be seen under the Tasty Milk Tea menu but it’s under the Cream & Latte menu.

It has a tasty milk tea base and a nature salt & cream kind of topping. I previously said in one of my entries that Macao Imperial Tea’s Cheesecake & Pearl Milk Tea is the best tasting milk tea drink I’ve tried so far and I gotta say that CoCo’s Salty Cream Milk Tea goes in same level with MIT’s Cheesecake&Pearl Milk Tea. I think the only difference between them is that the cream in CoCo is more of a liquid, Macao’s C&PMT’s cream is more of creamy soft solid.

Macao’s C&PMT comes in a small cup for P120. I highly recommend CoCo’s Salty Cream Milk Tea if you’re craving for a milk tea drink that’s as good as Macao’s best seller + you’ll probably appreciate it because it’s way cheaper and bigger.

Normally, Salty Cream Milk Tea doesn’t come with pearls but if you want to chew something up while drinking you can put a Pearl add on to this drink as well. It’s good, imo!

In Summary:

Taste: 4.7/5

Packaging/Cup: 4/5

Price: 4.5/5

Will recommend? Yes!!!

Will buy again? Absolutely!

Milk Tea drinks from Happy Lemon

So I just ordered two milk tea beverages from Happy Lemon through honestbee PH app.

What did I order?

1. Milk Tea with Rock Salt & Cheese – P109

2. Milk Tea Dinosaur – P99

At first, I was amused because it’s kinda cheap for a milk tea drink but then upon receiving it, I realized it’s too small for a P100+ worth or beverage. Kaya naman pala mura.

Anyways, going to the drink itself, I think Happy Lemon milk tea are just fine. There is nothing really special about their classic milk tea but I appreciate their Milk Tea Dinosaur (Milo Milk Tea) because I love Affinitea’s Manong Dino Milk Tea (Milo MT) and Happy Lemon’s Milk Tea Dinosaur was able to topple my appreciation to one of Affinitea’s best seller drinks.

To think about it, it’s price is lower than the other milk teas out there which made me think baka di naman legit na milk tea? Baka di masarap? But turns out it’s actually good but the problem with Happy Lemon is their cup size is small.

I’m yet to try their best seller beverages soon tho and make a review about it again. I made this one because it’s my first time to try Happy Lemon out.

Check their zomato page out for their menu here.

In Summary:

Taste: 3.5/5

Packaging Cup: 3/5

Price: 4/5

Will go back again? Yes.

Will recommend? Sure.