Diabetes Wounds

Heal Diabetic Ulcers With Sugar

…use on diabetic wounds because they do not enter the bloodstream.) Here’s how to use sugar to treat an open wound: * Unravel a 4” x 4” piece of gauze into a long strip and coat it with Vaseline. Place it around the outside edges of the wound, like a donut. * Cover the wound with…

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Sugar Dressings for Diabetic Ulcers

…on top of and inside of an open wound, it dissolves in the fluid exuding from the wound, creating a highly concentrated medium. Bacteria cannot exist in this environment, and infection is dramatically curbed. This natural treatment for diabetes related wounds also reduces swelling and encourages…

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Knock Out a Top Cause of Diabetic Complications

…poor wound healing. Furthermore, lack of vitamin C is linked with susceptibility to infection. Folks, I don’t believe there is a single essential micronutrient that is not either wasted or used up in patients with diabetes. Not one. And the consequences of this fact are obvious. The diabetic

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Tips for Treating Bedsores

…if you already have these lesions? A Sweet Solution for Bedsores The best way to heal any open wound, from bedsores to diabetic ulcers, is sugar. When sugar—or honey—is packed in a wound, it creates a highly concentrated medium where bacteria cannot survive. It also reduces swelling,…

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The Many Health Benefits of Garlic

…effective against a variety of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. Bandages soaked in diluted garlic juice are reported to have saved many a wounded limb in World Wars I and II. Allicin also has antimicrobrial action when taken orally. Garlic, either fresh or in supplement form, is particularly…

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