On 10/23/05, Michael L wrote:
> On 10/23/05, Gina wrote:
>> I recently discovered that magical little product called
>> GSE. They might as well take the E off the end and call it
>> a "God Sent". Aside from making cage, veggie, perch and toy
>> cleaning alot safer and easier, it has cleared up my acne
>> completely in 4 days! Got rid of a canker sore in 2. And
>> made kitchen and bathroom cleanup a breeze. For anyone who
>> may be deterred by the price (25.99$ dollars for a very
>> small bottle (I do't remember the oz) here in Quebec), I
>> have to tell you it is well worth it. Those of you who use
>> it already know that. I just have one question... can I
>> mix a bottle of diluted solution and use it later? Its
>> hard to throw this stuff down the drain if I mix too much
>> due to its cost. So if it can be saved for the next day, I
>> would like to know. Until then I will continue dumping it.
> GSE is my favorite product to use when I prepare
> soak/sprouted seed. It has served me well for a long time.
> I will tell you that I found an artilce, but do not have my
> hands on it right now, where it was stated that the
> effectiveness of GSE was only due to the preservatives used
> in the product and not the grapefruit extract itself. It
> also went on to say that if grapefruit extract was
> a "natural" perservative/disinfectant in itself, then why
> it need a preservative in the bottle?
> Regardless of what the article said, I continue to use it
> have had excellent results with it.
> As for myself, I cleared up a nail fungus on one of my
> fingernails by massaging the product into the nail bed twice
> a day.
> Like you, I also find it to be a "miracle."
> Michael L
Ive also used it to cure major bacteria infections
in wild quakers and parrotlets adding to formula
but only few drops for 2 days in a row cured
the birds when everything from baytril to amacasin
did nothing as I tried same clutch baytril
baby and GSE baby. Dr Backos of florida had
no clue what to call this bacteria at that time.