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Grandpa's Pine Tar Soap? Help with PUPPS rash

Discussion in 'Natural Remedies' started by hwillm1977, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. Oct 1, 2010
    rhoda_bruce

    rhoda_bruce Almost Self-Reliant

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    Ask your doctor if an application of lidocaine would be contraindicated due to pregnancy and if the risks outweighs the benefits.
    Do you have a treater in your area......a healer? Give it a try. They have connections in very high places.
     
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    Tracy Rushing

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    I invented an all natural cure for PUPPP in 1997. It's made by hand, in small batches. It's called PUPPP Relief Soap and Cream. The soap is made with coconut oil and Shea butter with our proprietary blend of all natural and organic herbs (5 in all). It has a fresh scent and can be used as often as desired. It has no steroids, pthalates, mineral oil or anything else synthetic in it. I have sold it and shipped it internationally for over 20 years and have helped hundreds and hundreds of women. It also works great for hives! Be very careful about what you are putting on your skin while pregnant. There are lots of things out there that give temporary relief but are not good for you or your skin. I am happy to answer any questions about the products.
     
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