|Subj: It works!
Date: 11/8/1999 6:05:03 PM Central Standard Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Dave Compton)
Dear Zanfel Laboratories:
I am writing to thank you for the much appreciated innovation. I have suffered a variety of exposures to poison ivy, ranging from small, isolated exposures to a systemic infection. Being a research chemist, I have tried most commercially available, over-the-counter remedies and even some of my own concoctions. Nothing has worked. Such treatments result in only temporary relief of the itching and weeping of the rash, which for me, persists from one week to a month.
While suffering from my latest bout with poison ivy, I turned to the internet in search of a better treatment or cure. When I came across Zanfel I was very skeptical of the lab's claims, so I contacted the author of a testimonial who had praised Zanfel's effectiveness as well as the laboratory's president to confirm their claims. The cost of Zanfel is significant, and I wanted to be sure that I would be getting my money's worth. I was convinced enough to give it a try.
Five days had passed since my exposure to the poison ivy before I received the Zanfel ointment. I had several isolated rashes that had developed blisters and weeping sores to which I applied the ointment as instructed. I purposely left one area untreated and applied my favorite over-the-counter remedy for comparison. Within minutes of applying Zanfel the itching was gone, and after an hour the redness and weeping of the sores had been significantly reduced. By comparison, there was no improvement in the area treated with the over-the-counter remedy. After only one day, the redness of the Zanfel-treated rash was barely noticeable and the open sores had scabbed over. The rash treated with the over-the-counter remedy showed little improvement, and I couldn't take it any longer. I broke out my Zanfel, and the itching and weeping were gone the next day.
Zanfel works, period. It is the only treatment for me that has delivered on every one of its claims.
David L. Compton, Ph.D.
Dr. Compton is employed by the United States department of Agriculture as a Research Chemist. His Doctorate is in inorganic chemistry with a Post Doctorate in Bio-chemistry.