Rub this on your skin to heal rashes and bumps

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You can find this at almost any health-food store

—-Important Message: Beware Criminal Big Pharma—-

Proof that 40% of top medical studies use fake or fraudulent data

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I’ve found shocking evidence of criminal behavior from Big Pharma…

…evidence that they are faking studies to get men to take their pills for profit.

And I’m not the only one…

Anaesthetist John Carlisle analysed 526 trials submitted to Anaesthesia and found that:

  • 73 (14%) had false data
  • And 43 (8%) he categorised as “zombie” — trials where the data lacks so much credibility and so blatantly that it is considered “zombie”

When he was able to examine individual patient data in 153 studies:

  • 67 (44%) had untrustworthy data
  • and 40 (26%) were zombie trials

So what does this mean for you and your health?

It means you could be taking treatments that are more harmful than helpful…treatments that your doctor thinks are safe…

Like this super common treatment that is giving men terrible erections problems — are you taking it?


Rub this on your skin to heal rashes and bumps

One of the things that makes me nuts about Big Pharma is that they will promote products that can be toxic instead of more natural solutions.

It’s all about money. You can’t patent natural solutions and make bank off of them.

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So you go with the solution you CAN patent.

But when it comes to scabies, the natural solution may actually work BETTER than the “traditional” Big Pharma solution.

What is Scabies?

Scabies is a reaction to a tiny bug appropriately named the human itch mite.

This mite lives in the upper layer of skin and lays eggs. Gross, I know — but 100% real.

Scabies is an infestation of the skin by the human itch mite (Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominis). The microscopic scabies mite burrows into the upper layer of the skin where it lives and lays its eggs. The scabies mite usually is spread by direct, prolonged, skin-to-skin contact with a person who has scabies.

Anyone can get scabies, but it’s most common in places like nursing homes and child care centers where there are a lot of people all together.

What are the signs of Scabies?

The classic signs of scabies are intense itching and rash. Scabies can show up on your butt and penis as well as other areas of your body.

The most common signs and symptoms of scabies are intense itching (pruritus), especially at night, and a pimple-like (papular) itchy rash. The itching and rash each may affect much of the body or be limited to common sites such as the wrist, elbow, armpit, webbing between the fingers, nipple, penis, waist, belt-line, and buttocks. The rash also can include tiny blisters (vesicles) and scales. Scratching the rash can cause skin sores; sometimes these sores become infected by bacteria.

This itching can become unbearable, and if you have a scabies outbreak it will need to be treated promptly.

Traditional scabies treatments

There are traditional medical treatments for scabies that kill the bugs and eggs that cause scabies. They are available by a doctor’s orders only.

Products used to treat scabies are called scabicides because they kill scabies mites; some also kill eggs. Scabicides to treat human scabies are available only with a doctor’s ‘order’; no “over-the-counter” (non-‘Rx’) products have been tested and approved for humans.

There’s a problem though.

These scabicide chemicals not only possess toxic qualities, but they also are starting to lose effectiveness.

That’s really bad news if you end up with scabies.

A review of the literature demonstrates the emergence of resistance toward classical scabicidal treatments and the lack of effectiveness of currently available scabicides in reducing the inflammatory skin reactions and pyodermal progression that occurs in predisposed patient cohorts. 

Tea tree oil for scabies.

Luckily, tea tree oil has shown promise for scabies treatment. This INCLUDES cases that did not respond to standard treatments.

Tea tree oil (TTO) has demonstrated promising acaricidal effects against scabies mites in vitro and has also been successfully used as an adjuvant topical medication for the treatment of crusted scabies, including cases that did not respond to standard treatments.

That’s because tea tree oil has some unique properties that make it highly healing.

The cumulative acaricidal, antibacterial, antipruritic, anti-inflammatory, and wound healing effects of TTO may have the potential to successfully reduce the burden of scabies infection and the associated bacterial complications. 

Use a carrier oil.

Warning: Straight tea tree oil is quite strong, and can burn skin when applied directly. Always dilute tea tree oil with a carrier oil like MCT oil.

Generally you will want to use 1 drop of tea tree oil to every 10 or 12 drops of carrier oil.

Once you dilute the tea tree oil with the carrier oil you can apply it directly to your skin.

The bottom line.

Scabies is gross and uncomfortable and traditional Big Pharma treatments are losing effectiveness.

However tea tree oil is showing promise for treating scabies.

—-Important Message About Men’s Skin Sensitivity—-

This makes penile skin 9x more sensitive — results in more sensation and pleasure during sex

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I’ve discovered a 60-second technique that makes the penis more sensitive, so men can feel even more pleasure than before.

With this, there are no creams, no pills, no surgeries, no pulling or tugging techniques…

This does not involve any treatments or any supplements that you’d need to run by your doctor.

This is a natural solution that men can use as soon as tonight for up to 9x more sensitivity down there.

Give this sensitivity solution a try — it’s free



Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the to ensure accuracy.