WebMD Reviewer: Conniejean, Consumers aged 45-54 taking WW for 10 years or more
I am reading some negative comments re Willard’s Water and that it’s a scam. That is simply NOT true. It is not a scam. I’ve been using WW since I found out about it in the 90s. I don’t know HOW it works, I just know that it DOES work. I’ve used it on chicken pox (me and my daughter), shingles (my son), burns (the other son), acne, cuts, stitches…. you name it. WW causes whatever you have to heal faster. My son just got over a serious bout of shingles. We sprayed WW on the lesions about 3-5 times per day. He was completely healed within 2 weeks. Shingles are known to last 4-6 weeks. I would not be without my WW. Everyone should have some pre-mixed in a small spray bottle – especially if you have kids. Don’t listen to the negative scam comment on this page. He probably didn’t use it, or he didn’t use it long enough. Is WW a “cure all” for everything? No. But it sure does work for everyday burns, cuts, scrapes, etc.
WebMD Reviewer: Conniejean, Consumers aged 45-54 taking WW for 10 years or more April 23, 2016