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Best Answer Sherrie Westerfield, Cpht says
thank you for the best answer pick,
Abby Campbell says
Not a "cure all." However, if there is infection, it will kill it. In other words, it isn't an oral antibiotic but a topical salve. Only one drop is needed in many cases to begin healing almost within hours. Even with national awards, no media attent
Tell me more! I'll buy it! Where can I get this from?
Not quite ready for general distribution. I'm actually doing real market analysis as well and hoping to find a better way to get it out fast and across a lot of markets all at one time. A story about me in the Chattanooga paper allowed inventor to me
That's awesome, Inventurist. Please keep us informed. ;)
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It IS FDA approved. "Give" won't allow it to be available for long - sell is more likely. It isn't free to make. I do hope to help a lot of people.
I know, seems like a miracle product. Already approved by FDA, it is over the counter (no prescription needed) which may actually be a mistake in marketing. Proof has been in the pudding, so to speak. Healing has occurred as noted in all wounds.