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How to Easily Heal Wound Using Natural elements

Will you be willing to use maggot to heal wound? That’s a little too gross. And perhaps, you’ll only use this method if there’s really, really no other choice. Diabetics would most probably consider it at their most desperate times. Maggot enzymes can be purchased nowadays, though. But we’re not using maggot this time; and diabetics can actually benefit from it.

Treat your wound with sugar. SUGAR?! Yes, sugar. Birmingham hospital has been using it to heal infected wounds of diabetic patients. You may think they’re only cutting on expenses. Well, why not? After all, everyone has to be thrifty nowadays. But cheap sugar does more than just saving costs from expensive ointments and healing wounds.

How did this come about? Birmingham University researchers discovered sugar cane was able to heal wounds where medicine had failed. Why use it on diabetic patients? Will it not aggravate their conditions? No, IT WON’T. The researchers, headed by Scientist Moses Muranduinto, have also found that it healed wounds without affecting insulin levels. Furthering the study, Muranduinto have already tested it to 21 willing patients at Selly Oak Hospital this year.

Sugar’s higher osmolarity or ability to dissolve more particles has been the key. It prevents the microorganisms from growing by absorbing water, and thus preventing bacteria from feeding off the tissue underneath. It also kills any unpleasant smell. And best of all, Muranduinto said sugar treatment seemed to work better on diabetic patients. With the £25,000 granted to him, Muranduinto is on his way to begin wider study.

Other known ways of treating wound naturally:

  • Crushed Cayene Pepper – Can stop bleeding, heals wound without scarring, prevents infection, and with no side effects.
  • Essential Oil (Tea tree oil & lavender) – When diluted with carrier oil will be more effective.
  • Carrier Oil – Rosemary, anti-inflammatory, soothing & pain reliever; Melrose, helps tissue repair and healing. Olive and evening primrose are also good for healing.
  • Aloe vera and honey are also effective wound treatments.

All of which are cheap and easy to find. No need to be a nurse with all the nursing scrubs to be able to easily treat wounds. It can be right in your kitchen or garden.

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