Monday, June 16, 2008 5:31 PM
Ingredients: Vitamin E Oil 1000 IU capsules
Instructions: Use a pin or needle to pierce the Vitamin E Oil 1000 IU capsules. Squeeze oil unto the blisters. Repeat as often as necessary to keep the blisters from drying out. It is sticky, but no stains on sheets, and no scars. It stops all itching. It can be used on any part of the body. It is good for the skin too. I used this method on my children and they have no scars. They are now grown adults, with children of their own, and they will use this method for them.
NAME_OF_REMEDY: Chiken Pox
INGREDIENTS: Baking Soda
INSTRUCTIONS: My oldest son got the chicken pox before my youngest (he was already in school) so inevitably my younger son got them a couple of days later. I didn't think to try a baking soda bath with my oldest but I did with my youngest and his chicken pox went away before my oldests did. It dried out the pustules and helped the itching, my youngest has not one pox scar.
My name is Shannon. I'm from New
Jersey. Give this a try it will help.
Normal Table Salt
You will need: Ingredients listed above, a clean cotton dish towel,and a frying pan.
Over medium heat ; mix salt and vinegar in frying pan. Mixture should be the about the consistency of paste. Once you get the desired consistency , heat it so it is hot but not scalding. Put some of the paste on clean towel and rub firmly but gently (especially for younger children) into all of the sores. Let mixture dry , then give a Luke warm bath.
Believe me it really works. I've done this for all 3 of my children and quite a few of my friends children. The salt breaks the blisters open and then the vinegar kills the infection. Usually it only takes one application, but if it is a really bad outbreak it may take two. I would not recommend any more then 2 for small children or 3 for older.
This remedy came from my now ex-husband's grandmother. I wish you luck.
Date: Saturday, August 14, 2004
Time: 3:35 PM EST
Country of Remedy: usa
Ingredients: colgate toothpaste (gel)
Instructions: simply blot toothpaste on the red bumps (blisters) and allow to dry. this will soothe the itch and because of the color and
texture of the toothpaste, you won't want to itch. this will also keep the pox from spreading.
Date: Sunday, June 1, 2003
Time: 5:41 AM EST
Email address: Saif Mahommed Saif ALMehrezi
Country of Remedy: uinuted arab emarets
Ingredients: herbs like mint mixed with salt.
Instructions: Last year when I was on holiday, I walked with my friend Ali. He was sick because he had chicken pox. I thought I was safe from chicken pox, but after 5 days I became sick. In the morning when I wanted to get up from my bed I couldn’t because I felt too tired. I had a fever, felt cold, had nausea and had some red bumps. My grandmother gave me a remedy. She brought some herbs like mint but it had brown paper, was dry and had strong roots. She got it from mountains. She mixed the herbs with salt. I put that remedy on the bumps and rubbed it and kept the remedy on for 7 hours. After that, I took a hot shower. I used this remedy for 3 days. The day after that, my father took me to the sea to swim. After one week, I felt better and had no more chicken pox.
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