A 60 year old female had both knees damaged by rheumatoid arthritis. She walked slowly with a cane or walker. Twice daily applications of a cream of Example 3 to both knees over 3 weeks gave substantial relief and allowed the subject to walk without cane or walker.
A 73 year old male was scheduled to have Mohs surgery on his scalp to remove a basal cell carcinoma. One week prior to surgery, the subject applied twice daily a pea-sized amount of the lotion from Example 1 to the area scheduled for surgery. After surgery and one week recovery followed by removal of the stitches, the application of the lotion of Example 1 was resumed. After three weeks of twice-daily application of the lotion, the incision area was returned to normal skin with no evidence of painful scarring or surgical insult.
A 60 year old female incurred breast cancer procedure requiring 15 rounds of chemo and radiation dermatitis after breast surgery. One week after last radiation treatment, the skin was red, scaly and itched. The itching prevented normal sleep patterns. Skin lotions and steroid creams did not help. Skin cream was applied in pea-sized amounts daily over 4 weeks to the surgical site beginning one week after last radiation treatment. Subject was able to sleep through the night on day one without itching. Redness was greatly diminished after three days. After four weeks, the skin had returned to normal color without any itching or redness.
A 50 year old male experienced stress-induced episodes of migraine headaches five to six times/year, each preceded by a "trigger signal" of slight dizziness or lightheadedness. Sumatriptan prescription was slow to relieve the pain. The skin cream was supplied by the subject. Application of pea-sized amounts to the forehead and temples caused the trigger sensation to recede within 30 minutes and the migraine did not develop. No migraine episodes have occurred in the past eight months.
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