Hi Dr Ben!
Im writing you about your SAPROX product. I have been suffering with tinea versicolor for over 35 years. My entire upper torso is covered, as well as my groin area. I have tried everything on the market, the teatree oils, the lotrimin, Selsun, ORAL NIZORAL (totally worked my liver over in a bad way), and just about every sort of anti fungal cream on the market. I even tried massive oral zinc, but nothing works.
I am reading that once used as instructed, you have a success rate of it never coming back?
Id really like to try this. I can tell you that if it works, I will be your star endorser. If this can actually cure my tinea for once and for all time, I will send over before and after shots if you would like to use my experience from using your product.
Please tell me more me about your first hand experience with SAPROX and those of us with tinea.
Tinea is due to many reasons. A few of those reasons are weak immune system, low nutrients such as vitamin A, D, E, C, zinc, selenium, stress, poor hygiene, damp environment, etc
Saprox works topically to remove the fungus but it does not ensure that it will not come back. People have told me that it has not but I don’t know how they know that as they didn’t use it for very long. If they change their immune function, diet, add in the proper nutrients and decrease stress after the Saprox application, then likely, yes, they will have a great longterm success rate.
Saprox is simply applied, let dry and then rinse off. Do this a couple times a day for as long as you need. Basically you’ll see it go away but then keep going. Do it for another week after you don’t see it anymore. Then also improve your digestion, immune system and take a multivitamin. I should write an article about this….
Careful with massive amounts of zinc – you may be very low in copper now….zinc competes with copper and vice versa.
Dont just treat the outside – also treat the inside….
Here is the Saprox.
Here is the specific strain of acidophilus which may help you – many docs say to take 1 full sachet at dinner in a half-glass of water for 14 days.
You may want to get your vitamin D level checked also by your doctor – serum 25 (0H) vitamin D is what needs to be measured – it is usually very low in people and then you may want to get some cod liver oil or a vitamin D3 supplement to improve the low levels.
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