How to use White Capsule and Dry Gin to Cure Gonorrhea
White capsule and dry Gin for STD infections
– It is believed by many people that the combination of a White capsule and dry Gin can cure STDs and this has led to the birth of this article. White capsule and dry Gin for Gonorrhea, staphylococcus aureus, syphilis, and other STD infections. You can check out: How to use vaseline and egg for bigger buttock
In this article, we are going to discuss the uses of white capsule and dry Gin, red and yellow capsule and dry Gin, white capsule and peak milk, and ampiclox and dry Gin, for the treatment of common STDs like Gonorrhea, staphylococcus, syphilis, etc.
White capsule and dry Gin is a known home remedy method to treat Gonorrhea and other STD infections. But, can white capsule and dry Gin cure Gonorrhea?
I have tested this home remedy and I will share with you what the result was.
Firstly, let’s talk about the most asked questions about how to cure STDs with home remedies and different ways people are using to treat STD infections.
Can White Capsule and dry Gin cure STD infections?
Many people claimed that it works. Using white capsules and dry Gin to cure STD infections like Gonorrhea, staphylococcus, chlamydia, and syphilis is common today and it is known as a home remedy for infection.
My observation about this remedy is that, even after curing it for a while, there is a possibility that the infection will reoccur.
My friend used a white capsule and dry Gin some years ago to treat Gonorrhea, although, he was relieved for some time, the infection re-occurred and he have to use an alternative method to treat the infection.
If you ask me, I will say it is better to use an antibiotic to completely cure an STD infection rather than using a white capsule and dry Gin. However, our body reacts to medicine differently. My contribution is based on my friend’s experience.
If you have also tried this white capsule and dry Gin remedy, kindly use the comment box below to share your own experience.
How to use white capsule and dry Gin for STD infections
For Gonorrhea, staphylococcus, chlamydia, and syphilis, Get a small bottle of dry Gin and a white capsule also known as a chloramphenicol capsule. Cut the capsule and mix the powder with the Dry Gin.
Dosage: 5mls as a shot Morning & Evening after a meal.
Red and yellow capsule and dry Gin
Red and yellow capsule and dry gin when mixed is believed to be able to treat and cure STD infections.
The red and yellow capsule is also known as the tetracycline capsule with dry Gin is just like that of a white capsule and dry Gin. It works in the same way.
People who use red and yellow capsules and dry Gin at an early stage of STD are likely to be cured by it. However, if you have a long time Infection, you might need to take a strong antibiotic to treat yourself.
White capsule and peak milk
There is no evidence that a white capsule mixed with peak milk can get rid of STD infection in the body system. This method is not advisable at all. In fact, a study
shows that there are some dangers associated with the combination of a White capsule and peak milk.
Can Dry Gin cure infection?
No, Dry Gin is not an antibiotic and it cannot cure STD infection. Most of the common STD infections known today are caused by bacteria, therefore, there is a need to use antibacterial medicine known as antibiotics to treat them. Though there are alternative ways to treat these infections, dry Gin is not one of them.
Can red and yellow capsule cure Gonorrhea?
Red and yellow capsule is also known as tetracycline capsule can cure male uncomplicated Gonorrhea. (Reference)
Your doctor may recommend only tetracycline capsule for your Gonorrhea or in combination with other antibiotics. Kindly consult a physician before proceeding to use tetracycline to treat Gonorrhea.
White capsule and dry Gin
White capsule and dry Gin, red and yellow capsule and dry Gin, and Ampiclox and dry Gin are home remedy methods used by many people to treat STD infections like Gonorrhea, Staphylococcus, chlamydia, and syphilis.
It works varies and this blog does not recommend its uses for the treatment of infections.
If you or someone you know have used this remedy in the past, kindly drop a comment in the comment section below to educate others.