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BGO ointment last distributed by Calotabs Co. in Greenville, SC. Company has apparently closed...not further info. Ointment is an antiseptic, antifungal cream for relief of th athlete's foot, ringworm, hemorrhoids, externally caused blemishes, cracked lips, minor cuts, burn and bruises, corns, itching from burning skin due to sunburn and non venomous insect bites. Contains salicylic acid, sulphur, zinc oxide, phenol calamine, menthol, petrolatum lanolin and mineral oil. Have used this product for over 50 years and it works great. Would be so happy to find a new distributor if one exists.

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Lynn Wilson Says:
 
This stuff is great. I still have one new bottle since i bought all the local drug store had a few years ago. I too have researched and not found anything on where we might get some more. It is good inside the mouth too, though not listed as an approaved application. It is good for a miriad of skin ailments as well as gums. Might be something wrong with putting it in the mouth, so you might be harmed by this use.
Legal aside this is wonderful medicine.


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Beverly Smith Says:
 
I am ordering the ointment that will be compounded with the same ingredients as BGO. I have to purhcase this in large quantites.

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david Says:
 
where?

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Fran Says:
 
Where are you getting the product from and what is the name? Have been looking for BGO for years.

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Jacob Says:
 
I have recently been informed about the healing properties of BGO Cream by a coworker. My wife and I own a Pharmacy named Beasley Drug Company with access to a compounding lab and are interested in discovering the formulation of B-G-O Ointment. The compounding laws are very specific, so when we figure out a similar equivalent, we will only be able to compound on request. I'll keep you informed of how the process goes. If anyone knows the percentages of the

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Jacob Says:
 
...compound, just let us know and we can have the product.

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Scott Says:
 
I am 61 yrs old and have used BGO for 55+ years. It is FANTASTIC!!! My relatives used to come from Ohio and buy 6 containers at a time. I still have 1/2 bottle left and use it very sparingly. Hoping it will last until I die! It will heal a wound 3 times faster than anything I have ever tried.

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