Egg White for Fever

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Posted by Amanda (Sault Ste. Marie Ontario Canada) on 10/21/2006
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My son had a fever all day today. I had overspent at the grocerystore and just didn't think he was going to get sick. Needless to say, the fever came on quick. I was worried because I don't have a thermometor and could not check his temperature. I called his dad, and he hasn't called me back. So, I did what any single mother with a fevered child would do. Look for home remedies. I was a little reluctant at first, but then thought, well, I need to try something. With in the first ten minutes of application, his fever was starting to go down. I am so thankful for this site. Thank you very much!


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Posted by Lianna (Montreal, Quebec) on 10/01/2006
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Hi, I am very grateful to you for posting this method. It helped to reduce my daughter's fever form 39.7 (celsius) to around 38.8 in about 30 minutes. I was alone with her and started to panic as her temperature was going up and up. I started to check the Internet in an attempt to find a natural remedy when I came accross this method and implemented it at once. It was back in April but I couldn't find time up until now to post what I wanted to tell you - a big "THANK YOU".


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Posted by Donna (Shrewsbury, MA) on 09/10/2006
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My daughter's temperature started at 101.7, then to 103.8 even after Children's Motrin. I wrapped her feet with egg white clothes and her fever was down to 101.9 within 20 minutes!


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Posted by Sarah (Overland Park, KS) on 09/07/2006
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My 10 year old son woke me up at 12:30am. His temp registered at 104.5. I gave him a tylenol, which he proceeded to throw back up. Dropped him into a cool tub and ran to the internet. I found your site and thought your remedies sounded silly. There was no way eggs would work. Well, the tub did not drop his temp and he was still throwing up, so down to the kitchen I went. We got a big laugh out of the slimy, cold feeling of egg whites on bare feet, but we wrapped them up, covered them with his Dad's socks and waited. Within a few minutes his temp dropped to 103.4. 10 minutes late, down to 102.6. Within 30 minutes he was at 100.5. Just not sure how long I need to leave the eggs on him feet. Will definitely use this remedy again. Thank you!


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Posted by Joni (Kula, Maui, Hawaii) on 08/30/2006
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The flu, a bug was going around. Last week my 60 year old husband had awful body chills that often come before a high fever. His fever then started to rise and rise to 102-F where it stayed for hours. No amount of cool cloths, etc seemed to work. Desperate, I went online and Googled for some help and found your site. I raced into the kitchen, soaked two paper towels in chilled egg whites and wrapped them around his feet and added warm, dry socks (note: he truly hated this feeling and let me know in no uncertain terms!) As I hovered over him there was initally no relief. I was making both of us crazy, so I sat down quietly and took his temparture about 30 minutes later...the fever had broken and within the hour his temparture was back to 98.8-F. When I took off his sock and unwrapped the towels it was amazing to see the egg whites COOKED! I have passed along your site and this remedy to many friends. Mahalo nui loa (thank you very much!)


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Posted by Robert (Los Angeles) on 08/27/2006
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My son had a fever of 101 this morning. By noon it was up to 103. I checked Earth Clinic for remedies and found this one. We applied the eggs whites and within half an hour, his fever had dropped to 101. Great remedy!


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Posted by Angela (Aliso Viejo, CA) on 08/11/2006
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This is by far the weirdest thing I have ever heard of for curing a fever... but it works! I had a fever tonight that was rising rapidly. I was desperate, so I had my husband help me with this strange concoction. But after about 20 minutes, my fever was up to 101.9! The problem: he hadn't wrapped my feet up - he had simply put some paper towels on the bottom of my feet. So we decided to give it another try... the right way. We soaked two paper towels in egg whites, and wrapped each one around my feet. Literally, within ONE MINUTE, I started feeling really hot (I had been really cold up until that time). Could these be the sweats you get when your fever breaks? No, not so fast, I thought, and assumed my fever had gone up. But when I checked it, it was 101.8, and about 15 minutes later it was 101. Now, about 30 minutes later, it is 100.5. My husband thought I was crazy when I suggested this method - but he is now a believer! We are definitely going to be using egg whites to fight fevers in the future!


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Posted by AM (SC) on 06/05/2006
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I had scalded my hand while making homemade jam and fortunately my father-in-law was present and had me soak it in eggwhites and then drenched a papertowel and placed it on my hand and wrapped my hand in a small towel for 30 minutes. The pain was immediately gone and did not return. I have no marks from the burn either. MIRACULOUS!


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Posted by Jon (Indiana) on 03/30/2006
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My son's temp was 102.6f and was trying to get him to sleep. Within less then 10 minutes, his temp dropped from 102.7 to 100.8 and he was asleep in less then 15 minutes. Glad that I came across this one, never heard of egg whites for fevers this one is one that I will remember.


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Posted by Rose (Ohio) on 03/21/2006
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Yes, there is the FLU going around.. My husband and I have had a cough for over a month. Now we have the flu in the house. My daughter got it first -- she's ten, then me. Now my husband has it and it looks like my son 14 is getting it as well. hank You for this site. It helped my daugher's fever. i tried the egg whites and i was amazed it really worked!! I will pass on this site to all my friend's and family just like it was passed on to me :)


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Posted by Hannah (Sydney NSW) on 03/08/2006
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I have tried egg whites remedy and it really helped, thanks millions. My sister had a fever after liver biopsy and I didn't want to continue with Panadol, so, when I found this site, I tried what you recommended.


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Posted by Peter (Davis, CA) on 02/27/2006
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My boyfriend had a 103.8 fever for a while, and after trying absolutely everything I came across this site. I read up on the egg whites to bring down a fever, I was skeptical at first, but I gave it a shot. Within a half hour his fever had gone down from 103.8 to 100.1 .. WOW. Amazing!! Thank you very much!!!!!


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Posted by Mike (Haysville, KS) on 02/13/2006
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You made me a believer. On 02.10.06, my wife got a high fever of 103.2 and, after to resorting to all the over the counter medications, I found this article. I tried it exactly as recommended and with an hour her fever was down to 101. It took a bit longer for her to finally break the fever and start the "sweats" but thanks to you, she is now fine. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.


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Posted by Cathy (Houston, Texas) on 01/09/2006
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I am so thankful for this site. My daughter called me and my grand-son, 4 years old, had 104.9 and I was so scared. I told her to try the vinegar and Motrin and she did and nothing really happened, but then she tried the egg whites which I really thought it would not work, but in 20 minutes his fever went from 104.9 to 101.00, IT REALLY DOES WORK!!! Thank you so much at least my little grand-son did not have to be traumatized in the hospital with blood tests, etc... Thanks again


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Posted by Sick Person (Singapore) on 11/06/2012

Hi, can I just soak the feet in a bowl of egg whites? will it work?


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Posted by Amaryah (Plummer, Idaho/usa) on 11/29/2011

Thank you so much I believe from all that I READ I'm using eggs white on our three year old with faith that it will work his temp was a 103.3 and now it's 102. and going down. He's now able to sleep. It's a long day and thanks for this website. Smile for there is love all around the world, though I heard ww3 due to oil declining- could happen soon get chickens and find ways to make oil to run tools and cars.


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Posted by Roxanne (Paterson, Nj) on 01/01/2011
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Just did the egg whites. My temperature went up from 101.1 to 102!!! My head is clearer though. But don't know if the eggs had anything to do with it. Oh well!


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Posted by S.Turner (Nevada City, CA) on 04/19/2009
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Worked Temporarily

Three treatments of egg whites on the feet using 5 egg whites for the three treatments brought the temperature down from 103 to 101 and 1/2 but only temporarily....for about 2 hours.


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Posted by Kira (Saratoga, NY) on 03/19/2009
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Unfortunately the egg whites did not work in bringing down my husband's fever. He seemed a little cooler but fever came right back (1/2 an hour later). I soaked paper towel in egg whites and put on the bottom of his feet. I put large plastic gallon size bags around his feet to keep egg whites off blankets. I kept it there for 15 minutes-20 minutes. I think it is always safe to have some store bought fever reducer on hand.

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Posted by Toni (Salt Lake City, UT) on 02/23/2009
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Eggs White Cure : Last night I was searching on the web for a natural cure for my 4-year-old daughter's fever, I found this website. Asked my daugther, Anna Marie if I could do this crazy medicine on her feet. She allowed me to do it, and within 20-minutes the fever was gone. It did not come back! Thank you so much for this information, it is so valuable.

Gratefully, Toni & Anna Marie Lock


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Posted by Jeanette (Abilene, Texas) on 02/04/2009
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egg whites for fever: I really wanted this one to work. My 2 year old son had a high fever so I used the egg whites on his feet, of course they were spilling around everywhere so I wrapped his feet with handkerchiefs. Then put socks over it He looked ridiculous and uncomfortable, it was messy and his fever kept going up. I tried it all day long, mostly his fever just stayed the same or went up. Didn't work for us.


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Posted by Markus (Spokane, Washington) on 03/23/2008
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Sorry to say that the egg white remedy didn't work for us. We tried for an hour but very little change. Didn't want to wait much longer at 104.1. Used Pedia Tylenol in the end. Glad it worked for others. Worth a try though. We soaked cloth in the egg white, wrapped around foot. Put food in plastic bag, then sock on. Anybody doing research on this? More information on how to apply it? Does it have to be cold egg whites out of the fridge. Maybe more description hints could help.


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Posted by Suzanne (USA, USA) on 02/24/2008
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As a final resort to get my daughter's fever down from 105. I tried the egg whites. In less than 10 min her temp was down to 101.9. Within he hour her temp started to creep up so went back to Pediatric Motrin. This afternoon I'm doing the egg whites again. It only seems to work momentarily. At least I can say I tried. Thanks!


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Posted by A. Hobbs (Kyle, tx) on 02/15/2008
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The egg whites did not work. Her feet were soaked in egg whites. My wife's temp was 100.5 when I found this site. 20 minutes later after applying the egg whites correctly it was 101.8 an hour later 102.8. I took the egg whites off her feet and used very hot towels on her feet and forehead. As of now 3 hours later it dropped for the first time to 101.5 I will see if the hot towles work. Egg whites seemed to raise the temp.


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Posted by JRO'Crolic (Jackson, MS) on 02/15/2008
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Tried the egg whites and the temperature went up.


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Posted by Jing (Bainbridge Island, WA) on 12/29/2007
3 out of 5 stars

Worked Temporarily

Egg white cure for fever.Last night my 11 year-old son had a fever of 101.9. Who wants to be sick, especially during Winter Break and on your parents' 22nd wedding anniversary? He detests taking medication of any sort because of the taste and texture, but will if he absolutely has to. This time he tried to take an Advil and threw up. He refused to try the kids Tylenol Meltaways after that experience, saying he'd rather let the fever go away on its own. So off to google I went and found Earth Clinic. We tried the egg white remedy and the fever started going down after 20 minutes. By the time he went to bed, his fever was down to 99.5. While his fever wasn't cured completely and as quickly as others have written, I will say it sped up the process for recovery. One suggestion: I should have read all the comments before applying the egg whites. Next time, I will put plastic bags over the egg white-soaked bandanas before I put on the two pairs of socks. Some of the egg white slipped out. The plastic bags would have helped. I really appreciate this web site and people's comments.


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Posted by Jing (Bainbridge Island, WA) on 12/29/2007
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An addendum to my post this morning. After a night's "rest" the fever is back but even higher (102.5) so I'm rethinking the wonder of the egg white remedy. I think I will let nature take its course and just make sure my son is comfortable while he rides this out.



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