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posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 10:13 AM
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Thanks for all suggestions guys. I will let you know if anything will help.
Btw, I am on antibiotics right now. I have inflammed lymph nodes due to infection, so I must take them. Hopefully antibiotics will kill it from inside.




posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by Farnhold
Thanks for all suggestions guys. I will let you know if anything will help.
Btw, I am on antibiotics right now. I have inflammed lymph nodes due to infection, so I must take them. Hopefully antibiotics will kill it from inside.

Ouch...inflamed lymph nodes is not good. I really do hope the antibiotics do the trick for you. You should take them Farnhold.

Prayers for Good Health...

Des



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 04:49 PM
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Originally posted by Destinyone

Originally posted by Farnhold
Thanks for all suggestions guys. I will let you know if anything will help.
Btw, I am on antibiotics right now. I have inflammed lymph nodes due to infection, so I must take them. Hopefully antibiotics will kill it from inside.

Ouch...inflamed lymph nodes is not good. I really do hope the antibiotics do the trick for you. You should take them Farnhold.

Prayers for Good Health...

Des


Thanks Destiny
. Aye
, I wasnt expecting this, but I found a bump under my ear, visited dermatologist, she said that this could be inflamed lymph node, and sent me to "neck doctor", if this is how you call it in english (sry,english is not my first language), where she confirmed that this was it.
I also do EFT and chant Apadamapa mantra during day, so hopefully I asssist myself in healing as well. I am quite desperate now
. I also use one dermatological cream in the meantime,but I will switch it for your medicine once it arrives.
Again,thank you
. You are kind. Have a nice day
.



posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 08:23 AM
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I don't really have problem with my skin.I have not visited a dermatologist before I think my skin is ok.[font=Verdana]I don't really have problem with my skin.I have not visited a dermatologist before I think my skin is ok.[/font][font=Impact]I don't really have problem with my skin.I have not visited a dermatologist before I think my skin is ok.[/font]



posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 03:49 AM
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Destiny,package just arrived. Many thanks !
Both "bottles" were packaged and protected very well.
I am trying it right now. I want to see how my skin reacts to it before I use it on bigger area (just in case of allergy), I put it on few pimples. After finding out if my skin is ok with it, I will put it on inflammed skin.
Liquid indeed has strong smell
, it smells bit like alcohol. And shea butter has very nice smell.
Many thanks Destiny. Really appreciate it
.
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posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 06:53 AM
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Originally posted by Farnhold
Thanks for all suggestions guys. I will let you know if anything will help.
Btw, I am on antibiotics right now. I have inflammed lymph nodes due to infection, so I must take them. Hopefully antibiotics will kill it from inside.


Skin infections can be tricky. If its a fungal infection, or yeast, than you'll need an anti-fungal, an antiobiotic like Diflucan. Because the infection involves the skin, you might have a Staph infection, which is common because we have Staph all over our bodies, it just doensn't normally cause us to be sick. If its Staph, than you'll need a broad-spectrum antibiotic, something like Keflex or Kefzol. Your lymph node swelling is its natural reaction to the infection and common, but they can be painful.

The most important thing is to take ALL of the antiobiotics. A common mistake is that people stop taking the prescribed antiobiotics when they start to feel better. Do not do this. Take the full course of medications.

Good luck. Hope you are well.



posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 08:49 AM
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Originally posted by Farnhold
Destiny,package just arrived. Many thanks !
Both "bottles" were packaged and protected very well.
I am trying it right now. I want to see how my skin reacts to it before I use it on bigger area (just in case of allergy), I put it on few pimples. After finding out if my skin is ok with it, I will put it on inflammed skin.
Liquid indeed has strong smell
, it smells bit like alcohol. And shea butter has very nice smell.
Many thanks Destiny. Really appreciate it
.
edit on 10-10-2011 by Farnhold because: (no reason given)

Good it arrived. It had a long journey from me to you.

Good that you are testing a small area first. The strong smell is the clary sage EO with the tea tree oil in the witch hazel.

Whatever you do, do not stop taking any prescriptions your Doctor has given you. What I sent is not to replace what your Doctor has prescribed, but to augment it. Or, to use after you finish prescriptions.

Keep us posted on your progress....Blessings for Good Health my Friend.



posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 12:09 PM
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Originally posted by Cosmic911

Originally posted by Farnhold
Thanks for all suggestions guys. I will let you know if anything will help.
Btw, I am on antibiotics right now. I have inflammed lymph nodes due to infection, so I must take them. Hopefully antibiotics will kill it from inside.


Skin infections can be tricky. If its a fungal infection, or yeast, than you'll need an anti-fungal, an antiobiotic like Diflucan. Because the infection involves the skin, you might have a Staph infection, which is common because we have Staph all over our bodies, it just doensn't normally cause us to be sick. If its Staph, than you'll need a broad-spectrum antibiotic, something like Keflex or Kefzol. Your lymph node swelling is its natural reaction to the infection and common, but they can be painful.

The most important thing is to take ALL of the antiobiotics. A common mistake is that people stop taking the prescribed antiobiotics when they start to feel better. Do not do this. Take the full course of medications.

Good luck. Hope you are well.


Aye, luckily it is not Staph infection,however, my doc mentioned that I have yeast infection as well (when I showed her the white line), or maybe only that. Not sure. She adviced me to use bioderma soap on whole face, and prescribed me duac gel, and differin gel to use it on affected area.
My skin is prone to acne, it's oily in T zone (especially nose) and is very sensitive. Things she adviced me to use are are drying out my skin, which should be good, I guess. However,so far, they didnt really do anything, but that has been only few days since I use new medication.

Thanks



posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 12:19 PM
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Originally posted by Destinyone

Originally posted by Farnhold
Destiny,package just arrived. Many thanks !
Both "bottles" were packaged and protected very well.
I am trying it right now. I want to see how my skin reacts to it before I use it on bigger area (just in case of allergy), I put it on few pimples. After finding out if my skin is ok with it, I will put it on inflammed skin.
Liquid indeed has strong smell
, it smells bit like alcohol. And shea butter has very nice smell.
Many thanks Destiny. Really appreciate it
.
edit on 10-10-2011 by Farnhold because: (no reason given)

Good it arrived. It had a long journey from me to you.

Good that you are testing a small area first. The strong smell is the clary sage EO with the tea tree oil in the witch hazel.

Whatever you do, do not stop taking any prescriptions your Doctor has given you. What I sent is not to replace what your Doctor has prescribed, but to augment it. Or, to use after you finish prescriptions.

Keep us posted on your progress....Blessings for Good Health my Friend.


Indeed, it did
. It took around week and half to arrive, if I am correct (havent checked the dates).
I finished taking antibiotics anyway.
Destiny, may I use your medicine along with prescribed items? Lets say if I used what doctor prescribed me in the evening,and yours in the morning? Not sure if taking applying many things at once on my skin would be best idea.
I will see how my skin reacts, and if it'll help in just couple of days with my pimples (does it fade acne scars as well?), and no allergic reaction will appear, then I think it would be best to replace doctors medication with yours.
I put liquid right when the package arrived,and 20 mins later raw shea butter
(that was in the morning), it is evening, and so far, nothing bad happened,which is a good indication.

Thank you for everything Destiny, you're a very nice person
.



posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 08:37 PM
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That was very kind and thoughtful for you to see him that package. Good karma for you!



posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 09:04 PM
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Hi Farnhold,

I haven't a clue what your Doctors prescribed for you, so I would be cautious in mixing too many topical things on your skin. As for the Liquid I sent, use a Q-tip or very small piece of sterile cotton, place a small drop on the selected test area. Do this several times a day for several days. If it is pimples you are applying it to, they should clear up fast.

Only you can judge what reaction you are having. Yes to the question regarding acne scars. Both products I sent are excellent for that. Shea Butter is used by burn victims to help prevent/heal scarring. It is also used for stretch marks in pregnant Women. I've seen a man with horrible scarring on his face from a terrible accident, end up with almost no visible scars, from continued use of Raw Shea Butter.

Please, any questions you may have...ask away.


Des

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posted on Dec, 19 2011 @ 06:20 PM
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I forgot to let you guys know about my condition. It is now december, 2,5 months later since my OP. I visited more dermatologists, and on the beginning on november, two identified my condition,and diagnosed me with Seborrhoeic dermatitis, or also called Seborrhoeic Eczema. So far nothing worked :/. I have been researching deeply about this condition since my diagnosis, and found many hopeful ways of curing it. I do not really like word treat, because... you are admiting that it is still there and for the rest of your life. I am looking for a permanent cure,or at least something that would help me get rid of it through oral ingesting,etc.
Anyways, I bought myself coconut oil, I am planning to do oil pulling every morning for 20 minutes before eating a meal,and then keep ingesting at least one tablespoon each day. I will do the oil pulling for 1 week at least,to see, how well has it progressed.
Then I will also add vitamins, such as Biotin, Zinc Carnosine and MSM in higher doses. I read that they kind of cure leaky gut syndrome,which is associated with candida and also root of the problem.

I will let you know how I progress


If you have any other tips, on how should I change my plan, or some precautions,etc, please, let me know. I will start approximately on christmas
.

And, if you have any other, better tips, on how to cure it, please, too let me know
. I would be very thankful.
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posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 11:10 PM
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To prevent your skin you have to do clean up on your face. Avoid oily and junk food. Take healthy food like fruit juice, salad in your breakfast. Infection may cause your skin so dry, so please take skin spa. If you live with more infection meet your skin specialist to prevent skin daises.



posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 11:34 PM
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if your a pig you should use oinkment.



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 07:24 AM
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posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 09:38 PM
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Try increasing your glutathione levels. You have to do this indirectly with sulfur rich foods, and NAC, and ALA. This is a master detoxifier molecule.



posted on Dec, 28 2011 @ 12:54 AM
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take some fish oil supplements and get those omega-3ʻs in and make sure they are good quality high in DHA and EPA

and use virgin coconut oil to rub on your skin



posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 04:36 PM
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I second the use of tea tree oil.

I've had a nasty skin infection for a few years now that I have treated with an anti fungal cream during flare ups that costs me $30 a tube. I had had several blood tests to try and identify the infection but they all came back clean. Even went to a so-called 'specialist' once but the infection wasn't displaying any symptoms at the time so I was told to come back when I had symptoms and was charged $150 for the consult.

Eventually I went to a doctor who took a swab and I was diagnosed with Staph or strep G (I think it's the former). So finally I thought they had found it and I was prescribed antibiotics. Unfortunately this did nothing so back to the doctor I went and was prescribed a different antibiotic. This failed too. I continued to go back and was prescribed different antibiotics again as well as creams and cortisol. Still nothing. During my last visit the doctor told me if this doesn't work I may need to see a specialist. The whole exercise has cost me approx $200 (fortunately health care is subsidised in Australia).

So at least knowing what condition I had I then started to google for a natural solution when I came across tea tree oil. I bought an $8 tube of the stuff and applied the cream & the results have been instant. Since I started using the oil 2 days ago I have had a lot less discomfort. The fights not over yet but I feel I'm winning the battle. Apparently tea tree oil kills even penicillin resistant bacteria jac.oxfordjournals.org... (which obviously is what I have).

Tea tree oil is unique to Australia. This site contains more info on this amazing natural remedy www.thursdayplantation.com...

phase3ministries.com/tea_tree_oil.htm
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