Stubborn Staph Infection Lurking Under Fur
Author: Linda T.
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Testimonial ID: 8380-OR
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One of my French Bulldogs breaks out with frequent staph infections on his skin. He has sensitivities to many things.
At first I will notice his fur flicked up in a specific spot or feel a hard, flat scab under his fur when petting him. The spot will spread and eventually he looses all the fur there, it heals and then he regrows new fur.
Now we are boosting his Immune System with the NingXia Red juice, Essentialzyme-4, Life 5 and Inner Defense. His eruptions are fewer and farther between. I've treated the ones he gets by rubbing Frankincense on them when he wakes up and last thing before going to bed. The scab comes right off with the oils and it never spreads! The spots stay very small and heal up quicker than we've ever seen.
Not only is his staph infection clearing up super quick without antibiotics but he is getting wonderful protection from cancer every time I treat him with Frankincense.
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