Emuaid First Aid Ointment
- Relieves symptoms due to scrapes
- For rashes, blisters, bug bites & eczema
- Relieves minor inflammation
- Topical symptomatic relief for resistant skin conditions
- Modern homeopathic medicine
- Reduces pain, infection, and inflammation
- 2x bacillus ferment, 10x tea tree oil, and 50x vitamin E
Probably the most advanced homeopathic healing for rapid symptomatic relief of resistant skin conditions. Our concentrated ingredients assist the human body in activating its self-healing powers to safely fight outward indications of most resistant bacterial and fungal skin conditions.*
Recommended relieving outward indications of resistant skin conditions**: moll scum contagious; shingles; severe boils; hemorrhoids; eczema; cold sores; fungal infections; warts; poison ivy, oak & sumac; other resistant skin conditions.
No chemicals, artificial ingredients, artificial preservatives, lanolin, petrochemicals, fragrance, alcohol, steroids. No animal testing. Parable-free.
*Emuaid is a homeopathic product and hasn’t been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration for safety or efficacy.
**Emuaid is supposed for symptomatic relief of self-limiting disease conditions amenable to self-treatment without needing a doctor’s prescription.
I used the product religiously on my two toes for the fungus, putting it on 2 or 3 times a day for three weeks, and I saw simply no change in my toenails. I believe it is a fake claim and that many of these positive reviews are fake and being generated by someone with a curiosity about the organization succeeding.
It is worthless for toe fungus.
What someone was telling me and really without doing any research. I once told my grandfather after finding a Speeding ticket and telling him I couldn’t believe it was $85, so he said education is expensive. So I did it again with this junk. After researching homeopathic medications, I feel like I was cheated; I can’t believe Amazon would sell snake oil. I seriously considered demanding my money-back based on selling me a
Fraudulent products are based on fraudulent claims. I guess now they are going to start selling paranormal activity meters. Wow, I Checked. They do sell paranormal activity meters. Oh my God
I get my toes done monthly at a nail spa. A few weeks ago, I removed my toenail polish and was horrified. Three toes on one foot and two on one other looks super bad. The big toes were almost a white/yellow color. The toes weren’t crusty and flaky yet, but obviously, I had fungus on over 50% to 70% of the big toes. This is precisely what Used to do:
l put about 3″ of hot water in a tiny plastic tub, which was slightly bigger than my feet, combined with the following: 1 cup of raw apple cider vinegar, about ten drops of tea tree oil, and Epsom salt (about 1/2 cup). I soaked for 30 min. (You’re supposed to make use of baking sodas, but Amazon didn’t deliver it on time, and I was too lazy to pick some up. I’m going to add baking soda tomorrow.) Then I use a whole new nail brush, wash my feet/toes, and scrub them with this brush. I read that I’m supposed to do this every single day for several months.
I dry my feet and toes and then cover this product- Emuaid-on every one of my toenails. I’m careful to utilize a clean swab when signing up to my toes not affected. I wore clean sandals around, so my toes weren’t stuck in socks. But, when I went out of the house, I wore clean socks inside my shoes because I heard that the fungus could live inside of your shoes. Likely to work with disinfecting my boots today.
When I woke up today, about 80% of my toenails look normal. I’m freaking out. I am aware I still have fungus, but my minor combo treatments found by reading Amazon reviews and watching videos on raw apple cider vinegar home cures must undoubtedly be working. I don’t know which product is doing the trick or combo of everything, but I can’t become more excited! So wish I would have taken a photograph of my toes a few days ago to post. OH! I also started on a container of digestive enzymes and probiotics!