Is ARGO cornstarch effective to the immune system?
Mirage V2.0 AWOL Feb 4th, 2007 I used to work in an ethnic market. The boxes of ARGO were often found open around the store, partially eaten. The explanation I got was that it was considered a form of birth control. I doubt that this is true, but may be an urban legend. While I have never heard of any one being hurt by this product, its use is probably pointless. Tani gives a good response re: nutrition which I refer you to. Like (2 people like this.) • Report 4 comments | Post one | Permalink Comments Anonymous Cheers 🙂 Report Feb 4th, 2007 Mirage V2.0 AWOL TRIMONDA left the building and has not been heard from since posting her one and only question in Oct. 23, 2006. Maybe she will get an email alert. How do questions like this get lost for so long? Report Feb 4th, 2007 Mirage V2.0 AWOL Hi there Tani: no points coming from this one! Report Feb 4th, 2007 Anonymous I kept looking at this question and trying to determine what they actually meant. I think sometimes that can cause a ques