Treating Wounds With Sugar

Heal Diabetic Ulcers With Sugar

…pustules that are covered with skin. Also, do not use these dressings on a bleeding wound, as sugar promotes bleeding. (Sugar and honey are perfectly safe to 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…

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Treating Type 2 Diabetes: A Tale of Two Brothers

treating his type 2 diabetes and related complications, and dealing with a severely infected foot. Conventional wound care had been unsuccessful and he was facing amputation, so in a last-ditch effort to save his foot, he came to Whitaker Wellness. I covered T.K.’s open, festering sore with sugar

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A Sweet Solution for Treating Diabetes Complications

…that improves circulation. Next, we dressed his diabetic ulcer with sugar. That’s right, white table sugar, which was poured into the wound and wrapped up with an occlusive dressing. We changed the dressing regularly, applying more sugar each time, and within days there was a difference. “I could…

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Tips for Treating Bedsores

…to put sugar on them wounds.” Although he was dubious, he gave it a try. To his surprise, it worked like a charm. Within a couple of days the wound was free of pus, and with continued use of sugar dressings, healing was complete. Dr. Knutson, a meticulous record keeper, went on to treat and document…

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Sugar Dressings for Diabetic Ulcers

…of EDTA chelation. In addition, we treated his infected diabetic ulcer—which was so far gone the skin was almost black—with sugar dressings. When sugar or honey is packed on top of and inside of an open wound, it dissolves in the fluid exuding from the wound, creating a highly concentrated medium…

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