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- A Word Worth Learning
I have just read the article with regard to Psorigon.
Am I missing the point, but I want the stuff back. Now.
It is the only thing that has ever worked on me apart from UVB
treatment, which I am only allowed once a year for a few weeks, after
which I revert to looking like the amazing scaly woman for the rest of the
on the injustice and disgrace of the company that was supplying PS-98 and
saying it was the same product. I
used it and it nearly killed me last year (stupidly I didn't do anything
about it). I was afflicted with Erysipelas, St. Anthony’s Fire (bacteria
under my skin). Had it not
been caught in time I could have died.
yes, please, I would have Psorigon back tomorrow.
If I had to sell everything I own to buy it I would. -Teresa K.
Response: Wow, Teresa!
I’m very glad you wrote. You
prompted me to go to WebMD.com and look up erysipelas.
Here’s a piece of what I read:
article went on to confirm erysipelas can be life threatening — it
starts as a skin infection of strep or staph bacteria which, if not
thwarted, can grow to infect other organs.
we all know, P-lesions are not normal skin.
They are areas quite susceptible to infection, especially when they
crack. Your experience here
should be a wake-up call for all of us.
fact that you did so well on Psorigon means you responded well to the
unmentioned high-potency corticosteroid in the formulation. Psorigon’s base either helped or was irrelevant.
All I can suggest is that you seek a prescription for a legal
compound of comparable potency. Read
Looking to Buy Psorigon in the UK for
luck and THANKS for the wake-up call!