Care Magnesium Sulphate Paste 50g, Drawing Ointment for Inflammatory Conditions
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A 2010 study on 10 adults with osteoarthritis found that applying a warm ginger compress to the kidney area improved pain and stiffness, as well as overall well-being. For external use only: TRIMOL is an ointment so that you can only use it on the outside of the skin.
The two main drawing ingredients in this salve are activated charcoal and bentonite clay. Activated charcoal is well known for its effectiveness in pulling out and absorbing toxins and poisons. Bentonite clay is powerful at both cleansing and drawing out infections and toxins. You may remember a grandparent or great-grandparent smothering a homemade paste over their knee for arthritis. Using herbs for arthritis is a practice that continues to this day. After the salve has been on the wound for several hours or more (overnight is great!) I remove the bandage and carefully clean away the salve. At this point, I like to examine the wound to see how it’s doing.Heat the herbs and olive oil in a double boiler. Leave on low/medium heat for about an hour until oil gets strong smelling and darker. Strain through cheesecloth for use.
Basically, always remember that magnesium sulphate paste is a handy traditional remedy for minor wounds and infections. It should never be seen as a substitute for modern antibiotics. How to apply magnesium sulphate paste Lai J C-Y, et al. (2016). Treatment for diabetic ulcer wounds using a fern tannin optimized hydrogel formulation with antibacterial and antioxidative properties. DOI: This is a product of Legend’s Creek Farm , a combination of 20% Ichthammol content with other natural ingredients, including Petroleum Jelly, Pine Tar, and Lanolin.Some salve products contain corrosive ingredients, highly reactive substances that injure living tissue. They act either directly, by chemically destroying the tissue (oxidation), or indirectly by causing inflammation. Either way, the result is damaging, painful and can result in permanent disfigurement (scarring).