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Salcura samples - now back in stock

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Posted before, but ive just had an email saying the samples are back in stock
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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
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thx heat rep added
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thank u
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thank you
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Thanks.
banned#10
thank you very much!
#11
thanks
banned#12
salcura=snake oil
but free is free
#13
interesting to see its good for urticaria - something I have suffered with for 2 years now so fingers crossed
banned#14
madkitty
interesting to see its good for urticaria - something I have suffered with for 2 years now so fingers crossed


Wouldn't hold your breath; Ive had it for 16 years .
Wouldn't call it 'suffering' though
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Mascherano
Wouldn't hold your breath; Ive had it for 16 years .
Wouldn't call it 'suffering' though


Thankfully i dont suffer from it now, but i suffered from urticaria for 10 years. I used to regulary get debilitating flare ups. Massive hives all over my face and body, on the palms of my hands and soles of my feet, for days on end. You dont mind if i use the word 'suffered' do you??

Glad to hear that youre not 'suffering' Mascherano. Well done for all your support there!

Madkitty, i hope it clears up quickly for you, it can be quite awful to live with.
#16
Have recently suffered with red and scaly patches of eczema on my face and tried a free sachet of zeoderm - it's managing it really well so glad to get some more free samples - thanks!
banned#17
antiLorna
Thankfully i dont suffer from it now, but i suffered from urticaria for 10 years. I used to regulary get debilitating flare ups. Massive hives all over my face and body, on the palms of my hands and soles of my feet, for days on end. You dont mind if i use the word 'suffered' do you??

Glad to hear that youre not 'suffering' Mascherano. Well done for all your support there!

Madkitty, i hope it clears up quickly for you, it can be quite awful to live with.


How did you get rid of it? Did the condition just run its natural course and go away on it's own?
Often I think the condition is psycho-somatic
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Anything can spark it off, poor health, sensitivity to something you are in contact with daily. I think mines was more due to lifestyle, but it may partly have been psycosomatic. I was smoking whatever and drinking alot, my diet was poor, lots of processed foods, i took very little excercise, i was overweight, i worked in a crappy, dusty document store and had very low self esteem. The specialists at the time linked the start of it to a bad bronchial infection and subsequent courses of antibiotics. I had spontaneous and pressure related urticaria. If i wore anything tight against my skin, even the tops of my socks or rings, id get massive whelts, of course you scratch it and it just starts to flare up. It was controlled for most of the time with antihistamine and the hives would be gone by the following day. But sometimes i was just a painful swollen mess, my shoes wouldnt fit and i wouldnt be able to make a fist my hands would be so swollen. I was always told that it would just have to run its course. On good days i would cut down to half an antihistamine and as my lifestyle gradually changed to something a bit more healthy, it started to happen less and less. Ive not taken antihistamine for about 10 or 12 years now although i found it kinda came back when i was pregnant with my daughter, but it wasnt bad enough to have to take medication.
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antiLorna
Anything can spark it off, poor health, sensitivity to something you are in contact with daily. I think mines was more due to lifestyle, but it may partly have been psycosomatic. I was smoking whatever and drinking alot, my diet was poor, lots of processed foods, i took very little excercise, i was overweight, i worked in a crappy, dusty document store and had very low self esteem. The specialists at the time linked the start of it to a bad bronchial infection and subsequent courses of antibiotics. I had spontaneous and pressure related urticaria. If i wore anything tight against my skin, even the tops of my socks or rings, id get massive whelts, of course you scratch it and it just starts to flare up. It was controlled for most of the time with antihistamine and the hives would be gone by the following day. But sometimes i was just a painful swollen mess, my shoes wouldnt fit and i wouldnt be able to make a fist my hands would be so swollen. I was always told that it would just have to run its course. On good days i would cut down to half an antihistamine and as my lifestyle gradually changed to something a bit more healthy, it started to happen less and less. Ive not taken antihistamine for about 10 or 12 years now although i found it kinda came back when i was pregnant with my daughter, but it wasnt bad enough to have to take medication.


I appreciate the info- thanks.
You clearly suffered with your condition- sorry if I sounded flippant in previous posts

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