Hi Mark; so does the the big M keep your P under control? My Derm has been pushing me towards this for a few years now. My other go-to's are failing. I've been avoiding this for about 8 years now. Since the very beginning of my first outbreak. My first Derm said under no circumstances take that. I don't have him anymore because I had to go to treatment as an emergency and my Dr changed. I've been told I have to have a liver biopsy every 3 months if I take it.... don't like the idea of that....
Just giving blood is probably okay. I take a medication for my P that disallows my giving blood. I feel like an outcast as I used to do that. I have to wait for 3 years to give blood. My Question is... what the heck they are subjecting us to if we can't even give blood ... for a very long time. Peace. xo
Sort of both and neither. I got it from a nutritionist (one of my client's daughter's friend's cousins LOL) who is developing a new line. I believe she had been selling with prescription only prior to the new law changes. Now she's branching out and asking for a few testers. I agreed to test, and I'm blown away by the results. It's a modification of a cream that she sells for arthritic clients, and those with COPD. It has less of the ingredients that might cause a flair for sensitive skin. Her brother has P and she originally made it for him.
It's a cream with Cannabis, organic coconut oil, lavender, and a bunch of other natural stuff (hehe). It's not straight oil Robin. I think that would be too strong. I saw a difference within a couple of days. Been using it a month or so. The lady who makes it recommends twice a day but I find that too much for my skin, I use it once every 2 days. Not tried soap Michelle.
Thanks Chris, but 70 percent is with doctors :) I'm on meds, creams and I'm still waiting to get back into light treatment. I've been this way pretty much full time since it began 7 years ago. I get slight improvement with tar and light, but it comes back in 3 months. Been 70% straight for the past 3 years. No break. That's why it's hard to tell if the little things help or not. Thanks for your input. I appreciate it.