The reason why we have a first-aid box in the home or among our vacation luggage is to have some basics on hand to use in case of an emergency. You’d be sure to have bandages, plasters, some sort of antiseptic, rubber gloves, tweezers and safety pins.
Discovery’s advice goes a step further, including emergency meds:
- Sore throat soothers
- Antacids for indigestion
- Painkillers and fever-reducing medicine like paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin.
- Oral rehydration sachets containing electrolytes
- Medicine for the relief of nausea and vomiting
- Medicine for an upset stomach to stop diarrhoea and cramps
- A laxative for constipation
- Antihistamine tablets to relieve allergies
- Decongestant for a stuffy nose
- Saline eye drops for dry or itchy eyes
- Topical cream for insect bites and stings
It’s the last point here that brings us to emergency aid for the skin and that brings us to Supersalve’s All-Care Balm.
In Case of an Emergency
Many users describe Supersalve’s All-Care Balm as a miracle cream. The reason is that because the formulation is organic, the skin responds instantly to its urgings.
Val Brooks of Mossel Bay, SA is one such happy user and here is her story:
“I am 72 years old and have a problem with one knee…arthritis. I tripped and came down on both my knees and hands. I rubbed this ointment onto both knees and immediately felt relief, but the pain was still there. I rubbed the ointment in again before bed and when I awoke, no pain and not a blue mark anywhere. My knees feel so good and still do. I can confirm that this cream is truly is miracle cream.”
Recommended by doctors, homeopaths and many therapists, All-Care Balm has anti-oxidant properties and ingredients that treat inflammation, pain, burns, wounds, ulcers, psoriasis, Neuralgia, eczema, and more. Because this preparation is so well-absorbed, it works on deeper levels to assist myalgia, sciatica, fibrosis, sinusitis, arthritis, headaches and sore or sprained muscles tendons and ligaments.
With a pedigree like that, how can you not afford to have a jar or two of this miracle cream in your first aid kit?