Original Limu

September 23, 2006

Skin Rash is Gone!

Filed under: Blogging, Fucoidan, Health, health drinks, Limu, Original Limu — Original Limu @ 9:54 am

As the days go by I am more and more impressed with Original Limu.

A friend of mine came over for dinner Thursday night and was complaining of a rash that had spread all over her chest.  I took a look and the rash was pretty bad looking.  She had been to the doctor where she was given some pills to take and cream to spread on the affected area.  She said it was working ok but not as fast as she was hoping for.  I told her that she might think I am crazy but rubbing some Limu on the area might help.  She figured that it would not hurt anything so she gave it a try.  I pulled my bottle of Limu out of the refridgerator and poured a small amount on a cotton ball.  She took it and applied it evenly on her rash.  I also gave her a small amount of Original Limu to take home so that she could re-apply on Friday.

I forgot about us doing all of this until about 15 minutes ago when she called (very excited) and told me that her rash was gone.  She was absolutey amazed, as am I.  I think it is great that there is a product out there that can help with such a wide range of ailments.  

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2 Comments »

  1. I wanted to know if this also helps with a Grover’s disease rash?

    Comment by Erin — November 2, 2006 @ 6:56 pm

  2. Erin – I am not sure if Limu works on Grover’s disease specifically, but I know from my own experience and from others
    that it does help with rashes in general.  Along with my friend’s experience, I received an email from a man who has had
    a recurring rash for a long time and Limu helped his rash go away and not come back.  You would have to give it a try to
    know for sure.

    Thanks for the comment!

    Comment by Original Limu — November 2, 2006 @ 10:45 pm


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