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dan

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Posted - 02/09/2009 :  00:34:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Poll Question:
Is Cymilium effective as a skin cancer treatment? Cymilium is an insect bite remedy that contains pancreatin enzymes, ammonia, aloe vera, and urea.

Choices:

Yes - I have tried it - recommended
Yes - I have tried it - but severe reaction
Probably - I have tried it - outcome unclear
Probably not - I have tried it - outcome unclear
No - I have tried it - it did not work - I gave up
I have tried home remedies based on Cymilium's ingredients that worked
I have tried home remedies based on Cymilium's ingredients that did not work
Serious side effects stopped my trial
Have not tried it - seems like a good remedy
Have not tried it - seems like a poor candidate

Lani Jacobson

USA
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Posted - 12/04/2012 :  01:54:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm planning to use Cymillum if the high-CBD Cannabis poultices don't do the job. I notice that one person had to stop the experiment with Cymillum due to serious side effects. i'm concerned, especially since i'm working with a very delicate area of my face (lips). Wondering what the side effects were and were the product was used.
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