Allimax Liquid with Allisure®
How to get the best from Allimax Liquid
Allimax liquid contains Allisure AC-23 stabilized allicin – natures’ anti-microbial agent. This means that Allimax liquid can be used to help resolve any condition that has a bacterial, fungal or viral cause.
For a fungal nail infection or athlete’s foot apply the liquid or cream twice daily to the affected area. Taking 1 to 3 Allimax capsules daily at the same time speeds the healing process greatly.
Your legs and knees
You can also use Allimax liquid on any cuts, bruises, bites or stings which can become infected. The liquid may be applied as and when required. You can impregnate a bandage or dressing for easy application.
Allimax™ has been used very successfully for treating open weeping MRSA infections. Once the liquid has started the healing process and some new thin skin has appeared it is then more effective to continue using Allimax cream topically on the wound and stop using the liquid.
Conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea may also benefit from a course of Allimax liquid. It is estimated that up to 95% of simple cases of eczema are infected by a bacterium called Staphylococcus aureus. Children who suffer from viral infections such as molluscum contagiosum can also benefit whilst using Allimax liquid.
Your hands and finger nails
Fungal infections are very common on the finger-nails, usually shown by tiny black or white spots which in time may get bigger and if not treated could lead to a split or cracked nail that can eventually be lost. Allimax® liquid or cream, applied twice daily over the nail and cuticle surface along with two Allimax® capsules taken daily ca
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Allicin Extract ( Garlic Bulb ) . Other Ingredients : Water .
Free from Does Not Contain Declaration Obligatory Allergens.
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