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on CMO for Psoriatic Arthritis
CMO for Psoriatic Arthritis
I have tried CMO, (and read Dr. Sans book) and got NO results at
It took me a long time to get up the nerve to spend $80 for the
treatment, which I got from a wonderful health food store in Lexington,
and was so bummed that I didn't see some kind of results.
just moved to Cary, North Carolina and miss Kentucky very much.
It was also Kentucky where I first heard about and tried the "scalp
It helped me tremendously, as long as I stayed faithful to using it
at least for a month.
Have since ran out and can't find anyone here to quickly go to and
get my prescription refilled for the cocktail.
is a very positive and entertaining (not to mention helpful) site.
Thanks for caring enough to do this. -Connie K.
Well, Connie, our loss is North Carolina’s gain.
I hope you have luck finding a compounding pharmacist who can keep
you in scalp cocktail.
My pharm says it’s a real “bitch to make,” as salicylic acid
and the coal tar derivative do not like to co-exist.
Finding the right base was half the battle, but according to him,
the physical process of mixing can also “let it happen” or “ruin the
Don’t hesitate to suggest a new compounding pharm in Cary call
your old pharm in Lexington for tips and tricks.
guess the “cautionary” note I published in the earlier email about CMO
for psoriatic arthritis was verified by you.
Sorry it cost you $80 — for nothing but a lesson learned.
If not for the P-banter, check the “Briefing” for nostalgic
photos of your homeland!
I know from first-hand observation that North Carolina is