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If you had a product that cured all known infections, how would you go about marketing it?


If you had an FDA (US) approved product that had been proven to kill MRSA, Staph, even other highly infectious micro-organisms, and it was ready to sell, where would you start? Military? Hospital groups? Church or free clinics? Drug store chains? Anecdotal evidence shows cures/healing of spider bites, psoriasis, MRSA and Staph infections, diabetic foot ulcers as well as veterinarian uses and more.

 

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    Inventurist 4 years ago

    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


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    Inventurist 4 years ago

    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.

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    Inventurist 4 years ago

    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.