Milk of Magnesia Cures

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Posted by Kimber (Pittsburgh, Pa) on 10/28/2012
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After going through 6 months of a rash I thought was yeast, doing a yeast cleanse diet with beaucoup supplements, I htought maybe me and my baby had a staph infection and looked here for answers. I stumbled upon the pages where Ted had noted milk of Magnesia's effectiveness against staph. I can't find the original page now but I put the Milk of Magnesia on my skin rash that I suspected was staph. I did this 2-3 times a day and by the 3rd day, it was scabbing and healing, barely itchy. Before, I would wake up at night with my stomach bleeding from itching so much. By the end of the week with the milk of Magnesia, you could barely see where the infection even was. My son who is just 1 year old would get the bumps on his cheeks. I tried many other things before- ACV (in the bath too), absorbine jr (because we tried treating for ringworm), and nothing worked- except for the milk of magnesia. Within 2 day his cheeks started clearing up. I will say that the absobine Jr. Helped to relieve some of the itchy for me, but I'm not sure if it is advisable to use for that- I was just desperate. Thank you for your valuable information here, it is changing lives.

Replied by Gavin
Manganui, Northland, New Zealand
10/30/2012

Thats intesting because I put magnesium sulphate cream on a couple of detox boils and it cleared them up, when they seemed to be going on to long.

Replied by Cindy
Illinois, Usa
05/17/2015
164 posts

If I'm not mistaken, all of you and your baby's symptoms can also be symptoms of candida, like thrush, for which MoM is excellent.

Replied by Jeannett
Scotland
09/15/2018

The treatment of staph with milk of magnesia was mentioned here:

https://ted.earthclinic.com/remedies/milk-of-magnesia8.html


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Posted by Jellybean (Chicago, Il) on 05/25/2013

Many years ago my mom used to have blocks of milk of magnesia in blue paper that she purchased from the drug store. Whatever happened to that form of MoM? Is it still around?