As a child Mintezol was the only meds that cleared my boils. My daughter is now riddled with it. Had her to GPs, physicians, homeopaths, etc. to no avail. Mintezol is no longer available on the shelves in South Africa and I'm desperate to obtain some, My daughter has at least two or more boils at any given time. I AM DESPARATE! PLEASE HELP!
Can anyone tell me how can I obtain Mintezol in South Africa. It is no longer available here?
- 20 Dec 2009 by Anin
- mintezol, strongyloidiasis, angiostrongylosis, ascariasis, capillariasis, cutaneous larva migrans, dracunculiasis, hookworm infection (necator or ancylostoma), trichinosis, trichostrongylosis, visceral larva migrans (toxicariasis), whipworm infection
21 Dec 2009
You said you tried Homeopathic doctor. I am not sure if you have aloe vera there. I know that it is in the mid-east. Sounds like your daughter system is toxic. Ask your Homeopathic physician, how much to drink and how much to do topical to detoxify your child.
Merck makes this drug here. You may be able to buy it and sent out of Canada if your country allows drugs to be shipped in.
Also for South Africa Merck can be contacted through their site. http://www.merck.co.za/en/contact/contact.html
Send them an email through their web page.
This medication is also for ringworm and thread worm and others.
Hope this helps.
- Mintezol Information for Consumers
- Mintezol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Mintezol (detailed)
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