Saturday, 29 October 2016

Stretch Marks: Prevention and Blemish Repair with Rejuvinit and Axhilirit

Stretch Marks: Prevention and Blemish Repair with Rejuvinit and Axhilirit

What can I use for stretch marks?

To assist in preventing stretch marks, the Axhilirit© E range of skin moisturizing products can be applied to the affected area twice a day.

To repair blemished skin, use Rejuvinit© Beauty Oil on the affected area until desired results have been achieved. Do not use Rejuvinit© during pregnancy.

Axhilirit© and Rejuvinit© can be used while breastfeeding.

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Friday, 21 October 2016

ALERT: Eczema SCAMS using our Great Axhilirit Eczema Name

ALERT: Latest Eczema SCAMS using our Great Axhilirit Eczema Name - Buyer Beware!

Axhilirit Eczema Products versus Eczema Free Forever ebook.

Concerned clients in the UK alerted us that Axhilirit E Eczema's name was used for click-bait to draw people to the EczemaFreeForever website.

When you have an amazing product that really works, unscrupulous people may use your name as a drawing card to steal the banking details and money of legitimate clients.

This scam (a long standing one) involves an ebook called 'Eczema Free Forever' about how to supposedly cure eczema. When you search Axhilirit Eczema on the www, references with our exact phrases that are available on our website comes up as the meta-tags and intro on search engines of 'affiliates' to this company. This is open fraud as it is a copyright infringement.

When you click through and open the website, Kaspersky goes ballistic, warning about phising software.

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Thursday, 20 October 2016

Zika Virus: Does the drive for profits make us miss the mark?

Zika Virus: Does the drive for profits make us miss the mark?

While researching natural plant oils related to improving my range of natural products, I came across a site dedicated to information sharing among scientists, One of the communications caught my eye relating to Zika and microcephaly. This information never reached mainstream news¹. 

This post refers to a four year survey done by paediatric cardiologist Dr Sandra Mattos on the incidence of microcephaly in Brazil, and specifically in Paraiba, where incidentally the highest number of Zika infections and microcephaly was recorded during 2015-16. The results showed that microcephaly had escalated from an expected 3-4 cases per year to between 2000-4000, a thousand fold escalation.

These numbers started rising in 2012, before Zika became a problem, and also correlates with the increased use of spraying with insecticides (Pyriproxyfen). In fact the highest numbers of microcephaly occurred in 2014, which also did not make the news. What changed was that from the middle of 2015 to 2016 the severity of the malformations drastically increased, although the total incidence declined. The timeline would match well with the Pyriproxifen being added to the water in 2014 when you add 3-9 months². This chemical was deemed safe enough for the WHO to release advisories on its use in drinking water, despite previous links to causing microcephaly³ʾ⁴ʾ⁵.

The survey calls into question whether these microcephaly cases are caused by Zika virus or something else. If it is Zika virus, it has been in Brazil for a lot longer than people have thought, but that does not explain why after 50 years Zika has only now been linked to microcephaly.
Why did this survey not make the mainstream news? This also begs the question of how does the Zika virus enter the placenta and cross the blood-brain barrier? At present there are no clear answers.

My personal opinion is that the Pyriproxifen provides the tick marks for all the questions asked, but the $1,1 Billion and any subsequent funding related to Zika is driving the search for answers and vaccines that fit the object of providing easier access to benefitting from that funding.


Personal Opinion Piece: Ronald Gibson

Sunday, 16 October 2016

Axhilirit© Pain Therapy for Arthritic Joints

Axhilirit© Pain Therapy for Arthritic Joints

Clients have reported that the best results to their painful and uncomfortably stiff arthritic joints were achieved by using the combination of Axhilirit© HO skin enhancing healing oil and Axhilirit© Pain Therapy Gel (with Arnica and Wintergreen) to alleviate painful, stiff joints.

It has been noted that regular use of this combination of products enhances not only pain alleviation, but joint mobility as well.

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Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Axhilirit© E - Best Eczema Products - Feedback from Client -Eczema Blogs

Axhilirit© E - Best Eczema Products - Feedback from Client

Feedback from a happy client:
"This is a miraculous product! People do not want to believe me when I tell them the eczema was under control within 4 days. They can see, but they do not want to believe. All I can say is thank you Healing Oils." Bridgitte, Kleinmond 03.10.2016
Bridgitte used a combination of Axhilirit© E Cream, Oil and Soap.
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