OnGuard Isn’t Just For Sniffles

The weather has turned cold and brisk over the past few weeks. With the cold winds, more hand washing, and other projects that have worn on my hands, they have become cracked and dry.

Generally, I use On Guard to keep the nasty bugs away; colds, cough, and sniffles. However, last night the cut on my finger became red and sore. So sore that it felt like it was pulsating. I knew an infection was brewing.

First, I added one drop of On Guard, but it continued to sting and throb. I thought I would have to go to the cabinet for the usual over-the-counter items. Oh, no, no, no!

All I had to do was dilute! I simply added one drop of fractionated coconut oil. The stinging immediately subsided and the throbbing went away. So I put a Band-Aid on the wound and went to bed.

When I woke up this morning, I was amazed at the difference. There was no pain, no redness, and the wound had sealed shut!

No over-the-counter products, no chemicals, just natural oils from plants!

Kudos to my On Guard for reaffirming the quality and use of these little gifts from God!

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Kim Mitchell
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

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