In late July 2016, my poor son developed a rash on his body, which looked like chicken pox.
However, since he already had his chicken pox vaccination, I was skeptical.
When I shared some snapshots with my WhatsApp group, someone mentioned bed bug bites.
Anyway, I went on a cleaning frenzy by:
i) replacing all the bed linen and
ii) vacuuming the edges of our mattresses etc
Days, weeks and months went by and we also went to see THREE doctors who gave different diagnoses.
Each doctor prescribed steroids, then antibiotics and finally, an unrelated drug that he'd have to take for 3 months!
If you're a mother, you'll know what "heart attacks" are when you have a sick kid, especially one with a skin problem :-(
If you follow my blog, you'll know that I had been drinking it myself for my muscle fatigue and although I have seen Izumio working on kids with eczema, I was still nervous when I saw my son's skin looking like this:
Since I have seen the effects of Izumio on children with eczema and even adult diabetes patients with skin ulcers and psoriasis, I gave him one pack of Izumio per day (in July 2016) and increased it to 2 packs a day (in September 2016).
I am not an overly religious person but I thanked God when I saw his skin gradually healing.
Every week, his little sister and I will examine his body, especially his back and the back of his legs, to document the progress with photos. We were such scientists!
After this "healing crisis", I am glad that I persevered with IZUMIO because I had stopped steroids when he had eczema as a toddler. No way am I going back to drugs.
Why did Hydrogen work for his "healing crisis"? Please read the next post on Hydrogen as a unique antioxidant.
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