Drawing Salve Is The Best Treatment February 17th, 2011
People with skin conditions like drawing salve.
The reasons for its use:
- The itching from eczema and psoriasis stops immediately when drawing salve is applied to the affected area.
- It is inexpensive compared to traditional medical treatment.
- There are no side effects at all.
- When coupled with diet discipline (cut out sodas, sugar foods, increase good water consumption, eat good vegetables, increase zinc, vitamin B, A, Cc and E) it works remarkably well.
- It can be used at any time, but works the best when used at bedtime. Cover the area with a soft cloth or bandage so as not to rub it off. The salve has all night to work and heal the skin.
- It lasts for a good, long while. One tin supplies many treatments.
- It can be stored for years without experiencing and reduction of quality or potency.
- It is easy and safe to use.
At our retail outlet, we hear countless success stories of people who have used the salve in a variety of situations.
People with all kinds of skin conditions, from rashes, eczema, psoriasis, dry and cracked skin, chemical skin problems, and many other situations have all found relief. One man had sores from being confined in a wheelchair which were very painful. After one week of use, he came back and thanked us because of the fact that the sores were healed. Another man worked in the steel mill in an area of very high temperatures. He had to wear gloves due to what he handled every day, and his hands would sweat, causing severe cracking and bleeding. After using the drawing salve under his gloves, the condition cleared up.
We have many people who have been prescribed medication by their doctors, only to have little to no results. Unfortunately, there are also many side effects that occur. The drawing salve works very well for most people and it has no side effects. People are very happy and relived when the learn that the salve works so well.
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