About Agurzil

Not Your Ordinary Lab
Our philosophy

We run a different kind of lab. We are passionate about saving people and our planet so all our scientists take the pledge to only create products that meet all three standards:

  • Effective without harmful side effects
  • As close to natural as possible
  • Affordable for all

Agurzil exceeds the standards. It is highly effective, in laboratory tests, against herpes simplex II virus (genital herpes). In laboratory tests, AGURZIL has been 100% effective killing the virus.  Pain from rashes or blisters, caused by Shingles, stops immediately upon applying the AGURZIL ointment.  AGURZIL promotes the expeditious drying and healing of the virus outbreak within days. Our discovery has also been effective in the prevention of nevis (skin moles).

AGURZIL is an ointment that you apply externally. If you are allergic to iodine, seafood, shellfish, or seaweed, you may not be able to use AGURZIL. Consult your physician before using AGURZIL.  It is not clear whether-or-not AGURZIL is passed on through breast milk.

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AGURZIL is an organic ointment that is a natural treatment for Herpes Simplex 1 Virus, Herpes Simplex 2 Virus, Shingles, Chicken Pox, and the Prevention of Moles (it does not remove moles).

Wash the area with soap and water before applying the AGURZIL to the area of concern. Apply AGURZIL three times daily. Use a Q-Tip swab to apply the AGURZIL. Do not use the same Q-Tip swab in the AGURZIL. Avoid contaminating the AGURZIL. Use a clean Q-Tip swab for each application.
Keep AGURZIL refrigerated.

Caution: If you are allergic to seafood, shellfish, iodine, or seaweed, you may not be able to use AGURZIL. Check with your family physician prior to the use of AGURZIL. It is expected that any risks, discomforts, or inconveniences will be minor, if they occur at all. AGURZIL is for external use. You may want to test a tiny area prior to using it on the entire breakout area. It is not known whether AGURZIL passes into breast milk. Consult your doctor before breast-feeding.

If you have an allergic reaction, discontinue your use of AGURZIL immediately and see your physician.

If you have any questions or concerns about AGURZIL please contact us at www. AGURZILworks.com or AGURZILWORKS@gmail.com