|Subj: Leaves of three, let them be...unless you have Zanfel
Date: 5/17/2000 1:40:29 PM Central Daylight Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Patrick Hays)
I had to write to tell you what a Godsend your product was for our daughter, Jennifer, age 8. She had terrible poison ivy rashes with oozing lesions on her legs and arms and intense itching. When the rash spread to her face and eyelid we went to see her doctor. Jennifer was given a prescription of prednisone (steroids) and we were to continue to treat the itching with over the counter anti-itch creams. We tried calamine lotion, Rhuli gel, Cortisone cream, Benadryl gel, cold compresses. We also tried something called Oak-n-Ivy Tecnu skin cleanser that I purchased at a sporting goods shop. The ingredients in Oak-n-Ivy are deodorized mineral spirits, water, propylene glycol, oxctylphenoxy-polyethoxyethanol, mixed fatty acid soap and fragrance (thought you'd like to know that since Zanfel is a laboratory). NOTHING got rid of the itching.
My husband and I searched the internet for additional info on poison ivy treatments. A number of sites talked about Zanfel. We found your web site and both of us had trouble believing the testimonials and your claim that Zanfel stops the itching in 30 seconds. We placed an order hoping, but not really thinking that your product would really work as you claim. Also, since it was Saturday we assumed that no one would be at your laboratory to process our order till Monday. I'm so glad we were proven wrong on both accounts. The Zanfel arrived Monday morning and we quickly tried it out. Absolutely unbelievable!! The itching stopped!! Because my daughter's case was so severe we did five more spot treatments over the next three days. Thank you for inventing such a wonderful product.
Now my question is why doesn't the rest of the world know about Zanfel? Why hasn't it been written about in the American Journal of Pediatrics, Time magazine, the newspapers? This is not a minor achievement. You discovered a formula that cures poison ivy itch. For anyone that has suffered from poison ivy dermatitis or watched a loved one suffer from unbearable itching, it is no small miracle. The word needs to get out.
Jean E. Hays