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Re(3): Overweight, fungi/bacteria, low white cell blood count with gum and t ...

Posted on July 24, 2017 at 04:57:10 PM by KenricoCare
Hi J.M,

In your case, we recommend a treatment of between twelve (12) to sixteen (16) weeks.

The protocol will also address toenail fungus.

The most effective method to get the pad on the areas of the feet that are small such as gums / jaw / teeth is to place the pad on the larger section between the metatarsal and the phalanges (toes).

As long as the prescribed placement areas are covered by the pad (even if the areas are covered only by the edge of the pad), the placement is correct.

All the best,
KenricoCare

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