"Pico Skin Relief"- Our History Not Sold In The USA
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Phone: 336 306-0193 Email: donwilshe@biobased.us

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Our History With "Pico Skin Relief" And How it Started!

The history of "Pico Skin Relief" all started in really 2003 by accident just 12 years ago with two letters from Dr. Beam who has practice medicine for 50 years. The great thing about working with Dr.Beam was he has seen it all and tried it all. But he said he had never seen something like what he used to simply call it "The soap". When he started doctoring in the 1930s there were just but dozen or medicine drugs he said.

He was only aware of the soap for only 2 weeks in 2003 with some samples we gave him, and his wife fell on the razor sharp rock roads of Florida, something made him reach of "The Soap" instead of the traditional products he had used on her and patients for over 50 years. So that was the beginning of what we never thought would evolve to be "Pico Skin Relief" Family of products.

We didn't set out to make a skin care product, it just happened as hundreds of customers using our product for household hand cleaning, shampoo, body wash, etc. kept reporting back to us that skin disorders would disappear or that would happen as well. So we read and kept the testimonials and filed it all in the back of our minds, as we were busy in our primary humanitarian goals of the elimination of worldwide hunger, health, suicides and poverty, which were all are connected and have the same common obstacles. When you solve crop production and nutrient density, you can also help solve all of the issues to some degree!

Dr. Beam first letter about debriding and long term healing. Summarized are his observations of his wife after the fall"

This Audio explains how we heal, clean wounds and bites

Who Wants Some Fire Ant Bite Relief!
Fire Ants can sting, causing red, swollen spots and White Pusticles, Than Itch, and Hurt
Just Take a Listen to how you trick the body! And within 10 minutes you will have none
of what happens to the 80 million people biten in the USA annually.
Also dont forget to read the results above and recommendations below from Dr. Beam about 14 years ago.
And finally above there is I promise an Audio that you might be interested in hearling!

Picotechnology Controls Prostaglandin 2 and Leukotrienes.

Picotechnology Controls Prostaglandin 2 and Leukotrienes.

Dr. John: Hello, Don Wilshe. This is Dr. John calling you. Other than I want to order three cases of four gallons of the Picotechnology on the same credit card as before, thatís aside from the issue.

I read your email about that doctor who was so impressed with his wifeís healing and he was absolutely right. The number one thing that it helped was the infection. It kept that down. But what he didnít realize is what I mentioned to you before about how it helps the ant bites or any other insect bites because prostaglandin 2s actually mediate inflammation and they are oil-based, as well as leukotrienes, and the fact that Picotechnology eats oil. That is probably something that he hasnít thought of or he didnít think about thatís what it would do.

If I were you, I would let him know that a doctor said that since inflammation is prostaglandin-mediated, which is oil-based and Picotechnology eats oil, probably thatís the way it even set up the healing in his wifeís injuries so quickly. Normally she heals so slowly, which implies she has all these prostaglandin 2ís and/or leukotrienes that are out of control so she was a slow healer.

However, because Picotechnology ate the prostaglandin or the oil-based inflammatory molecules, that is probably the main reason why he was in shock on how quickly that thing healed her. I think because the Picotechnology eats the inflammation thatís why she healed so quickly.

So Iím not saying donít do it. Iím just saying if you want to get into thatÖNumber one, what you could do is say to people, ďLooking for testimonials for treating any of these conditions and youíll get a free gallon of Picotechnology.Ē Theyíll send you lots of testimonials that way.

Also this explains why Picotechnology treated insect bites like fire ants, wasp, bees, hornets, mosquitoes, spiders, and other toxin injecting biting insects after use of Picotechnology, dont leave infection, inflammation, red marks and white pulse bumps on the skin. Any of these pests if the person is highly allergic can die from pests bites.

Note1: leukotriene defintion, is a lipid, C20 H30 O3, produced by white blood cells in an immune response to antigens, that contributes to allergic asthma and inflammatory reactions.

Note 2:Prostaglandins defintion are lipid autacoids derived from arachidonic acid. They both sustain homeostatic functions and mediate pathogenic mechanisms, including the inflammatory response. They are generated from arachidonate by the action of cyclooxygenase (COX) isoenzymes and their biosynthesis is blocked by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), including those selective for inhibition of COX-2. Despite the clinical efficacy of NSAIDs, prostaglandins may function in both the promotion and resolution of inflammation.

Dr. Beam first letter about debriding and long term healing. Summarized are his observations of his wife after the fall"

Dr. Beam second letter, Summarizes future benefits he believes are possible. This was 15 years ago!

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The Burning Sting of Fire Ants

Overview of fire ants

Red imported fire ants aren’t supposed to be in the United States, but these dangerous pests have made themselves at home here. If you are stung by fire ants, you’ll probably know it. They swarm onto your skin and their stings feel like fire.

Fire ants range in color from red-brown to black, and grow up to 1/4 inch in length. They build nests or mounds about 1 foot high, usually in grassy areas like lawns and pastures. Unlike most anthills, fire ant nests don't have just one entrance. The ants crawl all over the hill.

Fire ants are very aggressive when their nest is disturbed. If provoked, they swarm on the perceived intruder, anchor themselves by biting to hold the skin stable, and then sting repeatedly, injecting a toxin alkaloid venom called solenopsin. We refer to this action as “stinging.”

History of fire ants in the United States

Fire ant nests are like small cities, sometimes containing as many as 200,000 ants, according to Texas A&M University. Inside these busy colonies, female workers maintain the nest’s structure and feed their young. Male drones breed with the queen or queens. When young queens mature in communities with more than one queen, they fly off with males to create new nests.

Red imported fire ants came to the United States by accident in the 1930s. They have thrived in the Southern states and moved north because they had no local predators. There are fire ants native to the United States, but they are not as dangerous or hard to get rid of as red fire imported ants. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fire_ant and Estimated bites in the USA annually is 80 million and can cause death.

Fire ants can withstand just about any challenge. Researchers at the University of Arkansas found that it would take two weeks of temperatures below 10°F (-12°C) to kill an entire colony. While fire ants kill and eat other insects like regular ants, they have also been known to live on crops and animals. Fire ants can even form nests on water and float them to dry locations.

What is that sting?

If fire ants sting you, chances are you’ll know. They attack in swarms, racing up vertical surfaces (such as your leg) when their nests are disturbed. Each fire ant can sting several times.

To identify fire ant stings, look for groups of swollen red spots that develop a blister on the top. Stings hurt, itch, and last up to a week. Some people have dangerous allergic reactions to stings and will need to seek immediate medical help.

Getting relief

Treat mild sting reactions by washing the affected area with soap and water and covering it with a bandage. Applying ice can reduce the pain. Topical treatments include over-the-counter steroid creams and antihistamines to reduce pain and itch.

Texas A&M University recommends a home remedy solution of half bleach, half water. Other home remedies include diluted ammonium solution, aloe vera, or astringents like witch hazel. These remedies may offer some relief, but there is no hard evidence to support their use.

The sting and bite marks should go away in about a week. Scratching can cause the affected area to become infected, which can make sting and bite marks last longer.