We use Lauricidin for skin fungal infections, some skin rashes, insect bites, yeast as well as other unknown causes. As long as the person does not have a coconut allergy - topical melted Lauricidin solution can be very effective!
Some of my patients have tried steroid creams, anti-fungals or other anti-infective medications that were topical or oral and still had no improvements.
In most cases, after just a few days they had improvements using the Lauricidin as a topical application.
Since Lauricidin comes in pellet form it needs to be melted down to do this topical application. This is a very simple thing to do and it doesn’t take much time in preparation or product to complete. You can see the video here or click the video below and it is also written out here...
For a small area of rash simlar to the size of quarter dollar You can use just one to 2 pellets of Lauricidin and a very small amount like a knife point or ⅛ of a teaspoon of coconut oil.
You put these together in a small melting pot such as you would use for butter and melt it on your stovetop.
It melts very quickly but will be very hot so please be careful.
If you let it cool for 30 seconds or so you’ll be ready for application, some times people use gauze or a cotton ball to apply it.
Dr. Lorn Allison D.N.