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Molluscum Contagiosum


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Comment from: Coral, 7-12 Female (Caregiver) Published: January 11

Several years ago, both of my children developed molluscum contagiosum. None of their doctor's solutions worked. I scoured the internet and found ZymaDerm. This little bottle of magic cured my children within just a couple of weeks. I applied it twice daily, just dabbing the liquid on each of their lesions. Within days, I could see the effect it was having. The lesions sort of came to a head and then started disappearing. Within 4 to 6 weeks, they were cured. I've never seen anything like it!

Comment from: The saviour, 45-54 Male (Patient) Published: December 21

Simply, and I do mean simply, apply liberal dosage of colloidal silver to the site affected with molluscum contagiosum. I can't explain the miraculous effect it has on the disease. I urge you to buy good quality colloidal silver, 99.9 percent silver suspended in solution for best results. You will be amazed and cured. So far I have had little or no reoccurrence but as soon as I feel the irritation I apply the silver and it goes immediately. Good health to you all.

Comment from: supermom, 0-2 Male (Caregiver) Published: July 19

Two of my three children developed molluscum contagiosum. My daughter's lasted about 6 months and cleared up by itself. It stayed in a small area on her chest. My son however had it all over his chest, back, upper arms, buttocks and upper thighs. He developed secondary infections that required antibiotics. It was a nightmare! We had a few warts burned off but the healing took quite a while,it was rather expensive and obviously painful. We eventually used a product called zymaderm. It is a natural remedy,and within 3-4 weeks he was free of lesions after a little more then a year since the appearance of the first spots showing up.


American Academy of Dermatology. "Molluscum contagiosum." <https://www.aad.org/public/diseases/contagious-skin-diseases/molluscum-contagiosum>.

United States. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Molluscum (Molluscum Contagiosum)." May 2015. <http://www.cdc.gov/poxvirus/molluscum-contagiosum/index.html>.

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