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Straight From the Source
I developed P on my lower legs about a year ago.
I first though it was infections of some description and the
doctors here treated me likewise to no avail.
I saw a dermatologist in a nearby city and he diagnosed my
affliction as P. I was on
several pills and using two creams, Dermovate 30g and Daivobet 30g that
helped me greatly and very fast too. My
spots went away in about 30 days but when I stopped the treatment they
A lady in the
pharmacy here told me about Kalawalla, then I found out it grows wild here
It is a dark
green plant with narrow leaves and pulpy stalk.
You pound the whole plant into a juicy pulp in a bowl (mortar and
pestle fashion) and then smear the green slimy juice all over the spots
before bedtime, let it dry and shower it off the next morning.
Does it work!
In six days the spots were almost gone and in a full 2 weeks they
were only a figment of my memory. When
the spots begin to return, I get the plant and do the treatment for a day
or so and all is well again for another few months.
selected drug stores you can get capsules of Kalawalla and the cost
is about $12.50 per bottle. I
have never taken the capsules but I understand it works for many people.
When you have an affliction, you begin to talk to different people
and this is how I discovered how widespread P really is.
As a newbie to
this P issue, I can confirm that the Kalawalla plant does work. -Ron K.,
Response: Thank you Ron!
Refresh your memory here: Kalawalla
Kalawalla preparations we can buy off the Internet may take a long time to
work, but given what I’ve read about this remarkable plant, I’m not
surprised that you got fast results by applying the fresh-ground plant
directly to lesions. In fact,
this suggests to me that the active compounds in the plant work at the
skin level, not the digestive or metabolic level, and one of the reasons
it takes so long to work if consumed may be that the active compounds have
got to migrate through the rest of us before they can get to the skin.
hearing from Susan G. about Kalawalla in early 2002 — Kalawalla
Helped Her — and subsequently getting substantial information on
Kalawalla from Kathy N. in early 2004 — Kalawalla
Re-Investigated — and now getting your first-hand report, Ron,
Kalawalla is definitely on top of my list of natural things to try.
Thanks again. -Ed