A Revolutionary New Concept in Skin Care
[ Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis, Wound Healing / etc. ]
hen we introduced H3O (now sold in the U.S., Canada, and Europe as Calcium Sulfate Hydronium Concentrate) in 2001, we were well aware of its properties. We had worked closely with one of the developers, the late American inventor and formulator, Steven Wurzburger (HPT Research, Grass Valley, Calif.).
Wurzburger had documented numerous anecdotal cases of positive effects in treating acne, psoriasis, eczema, as well as a broad range of bacterial infections. Moreover, anyone who used it could readily see that it did a remarkable job of quickly healing wounds. (The use of our "H3O" to heal wounds became an issue in my FDA case in 2003, as is thoroughly documented in Chapter 3, Section 1 of our online book, Meditopia. This was because of its successful use by American osteopath and surgeon, Dr. Charles Smith at the Parkview Medical Center in Dallas, TX.)
The official position of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration is that H3O is "battery acid." (This is made evident in the testimony and documents provided in Chapter 3 of Meditopia, despite the fact that I produced a YouTube video in 2009, where I drink 150 ml. of the pure, undiluted CONCENTRATE without any ill-effect, if only to show how proposterous the FDA's position really was. (Note: no one has ever been advised to do this in our entire history, and -- in fact -- we advise that the drinkable version of H3O be prepared to making it at a dilution ratio of 1-to-128.)
A Better, General, Topical Healing Creme
In the right column, you'll find the ingredient declaraion, indications, effects, and directions for use of CS Creme. If you have any questions or comments, just let us know.
New for 2016!
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Ingredients: Carbo-mer, cata water, calcium sulfate hydronium solution, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), collagen, colloidal silver; essential oils of olive, yew, flax, frankincense, walnut, myrrh, moringa, pomegranate, sesame, jojoba, marula, coconut, apricot, almond, honey.
Recommendations for Use (Indications): Acne, eczema, psoriasis, dry skin, minor cuts and bruises, topical bacterial and fungal infections.
Effects of General Use: As a moisturizer, CS Creme is on par with "face cremes" costing twice the price. The experience borders on the exotic, much like our customers report that AO III Herbal Toothpaste is far superior to other dentifrices in its intended function. Besides addressing the above indications, it very favorably improves the appearance, feel, and texture of the skin.
Instructions: Apply liberally over application area two to three times a day. The protocol for the use of CS Creme may vary, depending on the underlying condition, its severity, and/or other previously used treatments. If you have any questions, please write to us at email@example.com