Results 1 - 9 of 9 for Menthol OR CAMPHOR NATURAL OR SALICYLIC ACID
  1. ... use topical preparations with a lot of alcohol, menthol, spices, or lime ... salicylic acid (wart remover), and dandruff shampoos containing sulfur or ...
  2. Overview of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (National Psoriasis Foundation) - PDF  
    ... treatment of psoriasis. Over-the-counter (OTC) topicals Salicylic acid Also referred to as “sal acid,” salicylic acid helps to remove scales and is often recommended ...
  3. Shaving (Children's Hospital Boston)  
    ... shaving cream or gel that contains glycolic or salicylic acid (to unclog your pores). Styptic pencils: Styptic pencils are used to stop the bleeding of minor cuts and nicks. If you're new to ... as shaving scrapes natural oils off of your face. Aftershave products come ...
  4. Psoriasis on Specific Skin Sites (National Psoriasis Foundation) - PDF  
    ... treatment of palm and sole psoriasis includes tar, salicylic acid and corticosteroids. Combinations of these three agents may ...
  5. ... 714-X is a chemical compound that contains camphor, a natural substance that comes from the wood and bark of the camphor tree. Nitrogen, water, and salts are added to ...
  6. ... coating) to protect them against attack by stomach acids. While garlic is a ... Staphylococcus aureus, and Salmonella enteritidis in the laboratory.
  7. ... balm. It seems to significantly reduce severity of acid reflux, stomach pain, cramping, nausea, and vomiting. Relaxing ... in which the stomach is not producing hydrochloric acid (achlorhydria): Don’t use enteric-coated peppermint oil ...
  8. Soman (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... Chromium Colchicine Cyanide Digitalis Ethylene glycol Hydrazine Hydrofluoric acid Hydrogen chloride Lewisite Melamine Mercury Methyl bromide Methyl ... VX List by Category Biotoxins Blood agents Caustics (Acids) Case Definition: Caustic or Corrosive Agents Incapacitating Agents ...
  9. I've Been Stung: What Should I Do? (Divers Alert Network)  
    ... flood the wound with vinegar (5 percent acetic acid). Keep the injured person as still as possible. ...
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