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the onger you let it go on, the closer to amputation she is,,if I have time, I will detail another protocol
SharonC last decade
Jerome, a 53 year old high school teacher, was in the hospital awaiting amputation of his left leg. He,d been receiving antibiotics to treat a diabetic ulcer, a wide, oozing open wound on his ankle, but this didn,t halt the steady advance of gangrene, and he was told they had no choice but to take his leg.
Jerome called Dr. Whitaker,s clinic and asked if there was anything we could do to save his leg. I said we would certainly try. Figuring he had nothing to lose, Jerome left the hospital againt their advice.
At the clinic he was started on two procedures, IV EDTA Chelation, and second we dressed his ulcer with sugar. White table sugar was poured into the wound, wrapped up, and the dressing changed regularly. Within days there was a difference, The sores were starting to get better, the swelling had gone down. At first the leg was almost all black, then it started to get pinkish. Within three weeks, Jerome,s ulcer was healed and he was able to resume his job.
Raw, unpasturized honey works the same, and may even be a little better.
When sugar or honey is packed on top of and inside an open wound, it dissolves in the fluid exuding from the wound, creating a hyperosmotic, or highly concentrated medium. Bacteria cannot live in a hyperosmotic environment any more than a golfish could survive in a Great Salt Lake. Most bacteria cannot survive in a honey or sugar solution. It draws fluid out of the wound, which reduces the swelling. Itprovides a covering or filling and therefore prevents scabbing.
It encourages the removal of dead tissue to make way for new growth. It promotes granulation, the formation of connective tissue and blood vessels on the surfaces of a wound. Finally, it supports the growth of new skin covering the wound. The net result is rapid healing with minimal scarring.

Protocol for Treeating Wounds With Sugar:
1. Unravel a 4" by 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.
2. Cover the wound with one quarter inch of sugar, The vaseline donut will keep it in place.
3. Place a 4" by 4" sponge on top of the wound. Bandage it firmly but not too snugly witha cling dressing.
4. Change the dressing every one or two days. Remove, irrigate with water, saline, or hydrogen peroxide, pat dry, and repeat steps 1-3.

Honey and or sugar has been used to treat traumatic injuries for 5.000 years, The earliest known mention of it in writing was found in Luxor, Egypt, in 1862.
SharonC last decade
as you said that she feel relief from cold, you should try LED PAL.
drsajid last decade
Do you realize..the longer you play around with these herbs..the closer to complete AMPUTATION..this poor woman is getting closer to??
SharonC last decade
You can use a calendula ointment. It does wonders on open wounds.

My aunt had an open ulcer due to her diabetes on her toe. She went to 3 allopathic doctors with no help. She got antibiotics and pretty much it. She came into town and told me about it and I made her this ointment and within a week she had healed nicely and within 2 weeks she was completly healed. After not even being able to wear a shoe cause of the pain.
You can find this ointment just about anywhere.
jose07 last decade
Thank you everybody.

SharonC, what do you mean playing around with herbs? I'm treating her with homeopathy. Do yo know what is homeopathy at all? It is certainly not herbs, even though i believe in herbs can help a lot as well. You see, there are a lot of people who were helped by herbs, or homeopathy or hundreds of others therapies of leg ulcers. I have also heard of the honey thing. Somebody mentioned it when i was still in homeopathy school that their cat had the whole flesh off the leg, it lost it in an accident, and they wrapped it in honey and everything grew back! It is an amazing story!
But the difference here is that she didn't get it from an accident, but from the whole body being diseased. I am not saying that honey wouldn't help, maybe it would and maybe i'll try it, but my main aim is that i correct the energetic imbalance in the vital force of the patient, which is what we do in homeopathy with energy remedies. Maybe it wouldn't hurt to do both. The problem is with us begineer homeopaths that some homeopaths teach you not to do external things as the disease is coming from the inside, and others say do everything you think could possibly help.

Jose07 - She is aleady using Calendula lotion, she only started.

Mr Mahmood, Ledum sounds good. What do you think of Lach though?
Bambi last decade
I just read your whole text properly. It sounds amazing! Did you use it many times, or that once?
Thank you very much, it is very appreciated.
Bambi last decade
I mean no disrespect to your healing modality. I am just frustrated for this poor woman, and meant that something had to be done very soon or she will lose her leg. I,m sure many good things have come about through homeopathy, but in this case, you really can,t take the time to try one thing and then another. Obviously her leg is getting worse every day.
The honey or sugar treatment has been used time and time again for excellent results. Treating the body from within also is a wonderful concept,but surely in some cases as this, which is urgent, other healing modalities along with homeopathy is what is best for your patient. Your main aim is to get her well with whatever knowledge you have at hand. I know many people who have tried various treatments together and if it works it is so wonderful for the patient. Again, I meant no disrespect, I certainly hope you can help this woman save her leg. Would you be kind enough to let us know how she is coming along.

SharonC last decade
hi bambi! how r you? i just read all the discussion above after this lot of gap between. i dont know much about treatment that sharon is saying all about but she is right that bacteria won't survive in such an environment and it will help healing wound earlier. but i must say i am not convinced much with merc"s choice for the case actually you must know why not other remedy"s for thois case rather than why this one?
i must tell you the state your patient is in and the cause for ulcer should respond to reepaeted doses of lach probably in 200th potency b.d. i would like to know after so much time has elapsed how is your patient by the way?
we will meet soon but be sure if your patient has gen of merc or not. yes merc has night agg. but merc is agg by slight changes in temp up or down . for similiar ulcers lachesis has agg from heat as your patient has and lachessis is also worse at night. if she has dry mouth, thirstlessness you can go for pulsatilla and vipera aslso you should go for constitutional and therapeutic treatment both with local calendula or honey bandage whateverimpresses you. bye
drsarvesh last decade
Thank you everybody.

What happened was that I was abroad for a while and so she went to the doctors again. I am back now and i have told her if the doctors don't help, we can try again. I also told her about the honey, and also about the use of caggabe in the same way. I have heard it from a nurse that treats a lot of these wounds and she said that both work, but the cabbage is not as messy.
I also told her that even if her leg is batter with her doctor's treatment, i recommend constitutional treatment so that it does not recur.
That is all i could have done.
Bambi last decade

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