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Cellulitis is an infection of the deeper layers of skin and the underlying tissue. It can be serious if not treated promptly.

The infection develops suddenly and can spread through the body quickly. Severe infections can spread deep into the body, and can be life threatening.

Most cases are successfully treated with antibiotics at home, although sometimes it needs to be treated in hospital.


Cellulitis causes an area of skin to suddenly become:

-It most often affects the lower legs but can occur anywhere.

In more severe cases, cellulitis can also be accompanied – and often preceded – by:

-a high temperature (fever) of 38C or above
-vigorous shaking (rigors)
-nausea and vomiting

These are signs that the infection has spread deeper into the body. Read more about the symptoms of cellulitis.


Cellulitis can also cause additional symptoms that may develop before or alongside the changes to your skin.

These can include:

-feeling generally unwell
-feeling sick

Occasionally the infection can spread to other parts of the body, such as the deeper layers of tissue, blood, muscle and bone.
This can be very serious and potentially life-threatening.

Signs the infection has spread include:

-a high temperature (fever) of 38C or above
-a fast heartbeat or fast breathing
-being sick
-feeling dizzy or faint
-confusion or disorientation
-cold, clammy, pale skin
-unresponsiveness or loss of consciousness


In the morning, drink 1 capsule, Natural Antibiotic Blend.

In the evening, drink 1 capsule, DNA Protector.

Apply over the affected area on the skin Frankincense/Myrrh Blend. Topically also apply Burn Blend.

Bathe in Epsom salts mixed with 5 drops Lavender 5ml  10ml , 5 drops Frankincense 5ml  10ml and 5 drops Cedarwood 5ml  10ml, once a day.

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