This magic burn cream healed my motorcycle chrome burn in two days; I kid you not. I learned about Ching Wan Hung herbal balm years ago from a Chinese herbalist in San Francisco. Whatever's in this stuff, it stops the pain almost immediately and heals burns in a fraction of the time than with any other cream I've ever tried. Can't argue with 4000 years of medical history, right?
I keep small tubes of it everywhere: in my toilet kit, in the junk drawer in the kitchen, in the garage, with my camping cook kit, in my toolbox. It works for insect bites and stings, too.
I used it as a stocking stuffer one Christmas and the next day my sister-in-law grabbed an oven rack without a mitt. She rubbed the cream on, put gloves on over her hands, and woke up the next day to no burns.
Use this stuff to heal chrome burns, cooking burns, severe sunburns, and even insect bites and stings.
It used to be cheaper before people caught on, but it's still priced in line with other types of burn creams. Ching Wan Hung doesn't smell the greatest, but it's a small price to pay for fast action pain relief and less chance of scarring.
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