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kev
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Aug-29-06, 01:22 PM (CDST)
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"Bag Balm for HPV outbreaks"
 
   I just wanted to share this with everyone, my wife and I have been using bag balm to treat hpv outbreaks. Apply it twice a day, once in the morning, and again at bed time. Be sure to use a Q-tip, never stick your fingers into the can of balm. After about a week to a week and a half the wart will dry up. This sure beats using some kind of acid. Use the Q-tip to rub the ointment into the skin real good.

We also added lysine supplements to our morning vitamins, and have been outbreak free for around 3 months.


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lapo
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Aug-29-06, 11:12 PM (CDST)
 
1. "RE: Bag Balm for HPV outbreaks"
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   Good stuff.

Was this your idea or a suggestion from someone else?


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auntiejessiadmin
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Aug-30-06, 07:27 AM (CDST)
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2. "RE: Bag Balm for HPV outbreaks"
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Keep in mind that HPV runs a natural course, and usually clears in about 8 months. Some take longer - up to about 2 years.

I have no idea if the bag balm worked for you, or if it was just time, but either way, I am glad you are wart free.

Jess

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mandm
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Dec-11-06, 10:23 PM (CDST)
 
3. "RE: Bag Balm for HPV outbreaks"
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   what is bag balm?


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Rajahadmin
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Dec-15-06, 12:51 PM (CDST)
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4. "I grew up in farm country so we all knew about.."
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Bag Balm. http://www.bagbalm.com/ It was originally intended as a veternary product for treating cow's chapped udders, but it's really good for irritated human skin, too. People use it on their hands, babies chapped bottoms, chapped lips, etc. You don't have to go to the farm store to get it, most drug stores have it, too.

Another great product to keep on hand is Watkin's Petrocarbo salve. Great for cuts, burns, abrasions and that sort of thing. My grandmother always kept a tin of it handy, along with a bottle of Witchhazel. My son who is sensitive to most scented products uses that as an aftershave.

"Do the Right Thing. It will gratify some people and astound the rest." - Paraphrased from Mark Twain


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5. "RE: I grew up in farm country so we all knew about.."
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   Very random but Bag Balm is also great for healing tattoos!!! and it is amazing for dry skin ect... I love that stuff, its great for so many things, a lil pricey for me but a tub of that stuff will last you years!


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