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 Actinic Keratosis Vanishing with Bee Propolis
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Brad

USA
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Posted - 07/10/2015 :  04:13:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have posted a couple times on my experiences with different suppliments for treatment of my wife's Actinic Keratosis which we have battled constantly over the years. At times her skin can be quite scary.
Many things help but nothing has been profound until now.
By accident we saw an improvment in her skin and worked it back to a skin cream she had obtained from a spa she works for ( Product is " Restore" by anakiri ) The key ingredient was bee propolis. It has lots of auto immune properties. She began taking bee propolis tablets orally and Her skin has cleared up to a point she now looks practically like just a sun sensitive freckly skin woman.
If you have actinic keratosis , you have to try bee propolis orally, It is what you have been searching for.
Brad

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Posted - 07/10/2015 :  10:22:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Very interesting Brad thanks for posting this info.

It will be interesting to see if others have the same results ..

It would be helpful if you shared the dosage your wife is taking.
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Brad

USA
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Posted - 07/19/2015 :  05:51:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Bee Propolis from a health food store:
1000 MG Capsules 3 capsules twice a day
After she finished the last bottle we figured it would be good to take a break. Two weeks. You could see the redness irritation flaring up again. I think we will just keep it up and not take a break next time. We will try reducing the dosage. What is happening is the shallow bumps scales vanish quickly and the deeper lumpy ones become more superficial and seem to be coming to the surface of the skin. Obviously these will take longer to fully heal. She said the persistant " scalies " went first.
Brad
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