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Nerve damage: Using electronic implants to hasten healing

An implantable electronic device that can heal injured peripheral nerves by stimulating them with electric pulses before the body biodegrades and absorbs it has shown successful results in preliminary tests. Scientists have created a new device that can help heal nerve damage. A study led by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO,… Read More »

Miracle of Aloe Miracle Ointment Aloe First Aid Cream 2 Oz. For Cuts, Scrapes, Insects, Bites, Poison Ivy and Burns with Lotion Skin Repair Cream Non scaring. No Medicine Cabinet Should Be Without It, Helps Speed Healing and Reduce Scarring. It’s Like Having a Live Aloe Plaint in a Jar. Fast Cooling Soothing Relief. Repairs Wounds Fast.

Miracle of Aloe’s Miracle Ointment provides safe, effective, temporary first aid relief from the pain and irritation caused by minor burns, sunburn, chafing, scrapes, poison ivy and oak blisters and non-poisonous insect bites. This gentle ointment cools, soothes and reduces itching while 70% UltraAloe helps accelerate the healing process and reduces scarring by promoting the… Read More »

SkinSmart Antimicrobial Eczema Therapy, 8 oz. Clear Spray. No steroids! For all ages, babies, all skin, faces. Help itch, soothes, promotes healing! 800+ sprays. Calm flare ups! Replace eczema cream!

Eczema Therapy is a BREAKTHROUGH liquid spray for people with eczema. It is for use on skin with minor irritations like eczema and even hives, rashes, sunburns, more. It was used in specialty medical fields for years, but is now available over-the-counter from SkinSmart Antimicrobial. It promotes healing, soothes raw irritated skin, and helps relieve… Read More »

Aztec Secret – Indian Healing Clay – 1 lb. | Deep Pore Cleansing Facial & Healing Body Mask | The Original 100% Natural Calcium Bentonite Clay

How Aztec secret works Indian healing clay clays have been used for centuries to beautify and refresh when used as a facial mask. Cleopatra used clay from the Nile River and the Arabian Desert over 1800 years ago, as part of her beauty ritual. German and roman spas have been using clay packs and treatments… Read More »