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almagarret
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Sun Apr 17, 2005 11:22 am      Reply with quote
I found this on this Web site:
http://askwaltstollmd.com/archives/acne/134800.html

Hi guys, I have been looking on this board for about a year for a cure for acne (ihave mild "small pimple acne")maybe they have worked for you, they did not work for me as I had hoped although they did help! I therefore started going to every site I could find trying to "cure" myself and I came across this one site (sorry, forgot the site address) and it really helped me! Suprisingly, although it stings, it does not leave redness. Here's what to do. At night preferably, wash face with mild face wash or alternatively "steam" face with hot water vapours. Once done, apply this solution to the face:

Crush two garlic cloves.
Add 3-4 table spoons of aplle cider vinegar (enough to make face wash)
Let garlic soak in vinegar for 1 hour or more.
Strain liquid
Apply liquid to washed face
WARNING!!!! IT STINGS A LOT!!!!!
Leave overnight
Wash off with face wash in morning
Dab cider vinegar around face (as you would a toner)

VISIBLE RESULTS AFTER THE FIRST NIGHT (I had them anyway!)
I hope this helps a lot of people who have had no success with acne cures! Here's wishing you luck. Take care!

PS: IF ANYONE KNOWS OF ANY RISKS/SIDE AFFECTS TO THIS CURE, PLEASE POST IT, BUT I HAVE HAD ONLY POSITIVE RESULTS SO FAR!
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Sun Apr 17, 2005 11:35 am      Reply with quote
This reminds me of the time I had an ear infection and squeezed nearly a whole bulbus of garlic down my ear - needles to say I stunk for a week and nobody would come near me!!! Laughing
Cider vinegar is a good idea though
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Mon Apr 18, 2005 6:37 pm      Reply with quote
Did the garlic work for the ear infection, Rosebud??
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