Cream Of Tartar Pills

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kelly kleinpeter Says:


I AM LOOKING FOR CREAM OF TARTAR TABLETS OR PILLS. I HAVE FAMILY MEMBERS WHO ARE GETTING ALOT OF STAPH BOILS. I USED TO GIVE THIS TO MY SON 30 YEARS AGO FOR INFECTED MOSQUITO BITES AND IT CLEARED THEM UP



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Bobby Says:

I am looking for a place to buy cream of tartar pills.

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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, but we have no way of knowing what store, or pharmacy has any given item in stock, at any given time.

Have you tried asking your pharmacist, or seeing if the store you regularly use can order them in for you?

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buz Says:

If it is the same cream of tarter that is found in the spice section of the grocery store, then you could look for empty capsules at your pharmacy and make them yourself.

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christa Says:

is cream of tarter pills good for arthris

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Dan Says:

I take MSM supplements for boils (although I haven't had them in a long time now) since I couldn't find the cream of tatar and sulfur tablets anymore. MSM is somewhere around 30% sulfur, and boils and even acne just go away. I take 500 mg three times a day like is says on the label. I use to have boils real bad with cores the size of the end of your finger in them, that would have to be lanced and removed. Very painful. Now if I think I am getting one I just take the MSM and it goes away and stays away for a long time.

The only side effect I have had is occasional diarrhea, and if you pass gas you will clear a room quickly.

If you are allergic to sulfur or sulfur based compounds, this is of course not an option for you, but if you can take it, it is inexpensive, and easy to find, and hopefully will work as well for you, as it did for me.

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Kori Says:

Google Bert's better health products and you can find them. I hope this helps.

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Charlie Says:

For ailments that were treated in the past by home remedies GO back to the home remedies!! for skin problems ,(boils, zits or pimples ,etc. use the Cream of tarter sulfur tablets. sounds easy ,but then these products are not readily available today due to FDA, Pharma, and other groups interested in marketing their own stuff!! Sulfur Tablets WORK and very well.. For skin, Arthritis, and general minor Bacteria problems.. Cuts can treated by the use of Sulfur, Element 16 , Pure Sulfur will help with many of the ailments MSM 1s based on Sulfur and works for arthritis pains... The Cream of Tarter Sulfur Tablets are produced by some groups (red Arrow in texas. etc.. ) They are getting some harassment but still manage to HELP people with this Sulfur based compounding.. I have posted before but I recommend DO Your Research .. relief is available just keep looking and Keep The Faith!!!


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Texan Says:
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It also works as insect repellent. Mosquitoes and chiggers do not like the sulfur.

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