Natural Treatments for Cellulitis

| Modified on Aug 21, 2021

Turmeric
Posted by Sharon (Florida) on 07/25/2021
5 out of 5 stars

Turmeric works for me every time I get bit by a yellow fly. The cellulitis infection can take 4 days before it starts to go down but then it quickly vanishes away. I usually take 1 heaping teaspoon two to three times per day mixed in water. Thank you for sharing this wonderful natural remedy.


Borax
Posted by Aja (NZ) on 07/24/2021

Hello William,

What is elysian please? I have cellulitis on my face and to make it worse I am allergic to the endotoxin. My eyes and cheeks are swollen & it takes a while to unglue my eyelids on waking. Eyes themselves, are

OK - no conjunctivitis.

I am allergic to so many things, but have been spraying with C/silver, applying 3% H2O2 on cheeks, taking allicin, vit c (haven't reached bowel tolerance yet at 30g per day) echinacea & golden seal root & quercetin. I have propolis coming by post this week.

This is the 3rd time - first time I was hospitalised and their treatments nearly killed me, 2nd time was 5 years later & I did all of the above & healed without medical ministrations. This is the 3rd time, day 2 and I'm either slower healing or impatient! :-)


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Robert (BC) on 05/07/2021

Cellulite is subcutaneous fat under the skin. Cellulitis is an infection under the skin.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Bonnie (Oakville, Ontario ) on 01/30/2021

Cellulitis posts; Janet in Ontario (I am also) how close to cell tower, wifi, smart meter? Research effects on humans.

Other person: betadine? How similar is it to nascent iodine? I want to try it myself. I have a spot on my leg, thought it may have started with a tick bite...


Avocado and Garlic
Posted by Sammie (London, UK) on 08/25/2019
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Avocado & Garlic

Something bit me on my forearm, and 2 days later some 30% of my entire forearm was red and swollen. This is something you'd normally go to A&E for to get IV antibiotics. But I wanted antibiotics to be a last resort, something I would use if I had fever indicating sepsis and/or compartment syndrome. I read somewhere that someone tried avocado for something similar and it worked almost miraculously overnight, and they tried it on a relative and it worked again. I had an avocado in my fridge so I thought I'd give it ago. Like the guy recommended, I simply squashed up some avocado flesh and applied it, not just on the bite mark, but all over the forearm where it was red and swollen. At first there was a stinging sensation, as though the avocado was reacting with the venom or bacteria in and around the bite mark. Then my arm felt calm, the pain and throbbing had stopped.

I applied the avocado before bed, and when I woke up, the arm felt and looked a LOT better. But as soon as I washed the avocado off, it felt like the redness and swelling was quickly coming back. So I quickly put more avocado on and the arm calmed down again.

Then on that day I learned about another person's experience with GARLIC for a similar problem. So that night I decided to apply grated garlic over the avocado. Garlic being alkaline, made my arm sting all over at first.

When I woke up the next morning, almost ALL the swelling and redness was gone! In fact, the only redness that remained was the occasional small blister caused by alkaline burns from the garlic, so you need to be careful with this one. I don't know which was the greater help, but I know both avocado and garlic helped me to cure some seriously severe cellulitis on my arm, and did so within just 2 days, something even IV antibiotics would have taken at LEAST 3-4 days to get rid of.

And all without any systemic side-effects. No gut trouble, no building up antibiotic resistance. I think it's important to also combine this topical approach with a systemic approach.

I was sure to avoid all grain-based carbs and sugars, I drank ACV diluted with water (I really think this helped), and I took a high dose of turmeric capsules.


Borax
Posted by Mark (Sunshine Coast, Australia) on 08/23/2020

Hi William,

I would like to know a little more, what was the strength of the peroxide? We use 3% on a regular basis, it starts out as 35% food grade peroxide. It is however broken down with distilled water on a 11 to 1 ratio from 35% food grade which will give a severe burn if used anywhere near that strength. Or maybe a link to the article.


Borax
Posted by William (Mi) on 06/27/2020
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I knew a friend on a forum who had Elysian 2in long on her arm and another one on her forehead. They had lasted two to three years. She was a nurse. She used Ted's mange cure which is one 16 oz bottle of peroxide two 16 oz bottles of water and a tablespoon of borax the peroxide is neutralized by The Borax and the and the peroxide causes the borax to penetrate into the skin and kill the infection within one month for her.

Many other people on The Forum used it also to stop the itching that was caused from something from dogs and cats and squirrels some sort of bug.


Garlic
Posted by Valerie (Oklahoma City, Ok) on 03/19/2018
5 out of 5 stars

Dog bite & terrible infection wouldn't heal even after 6 days in hospital & on 3 antibiotics by IV.

At home, it took a month still on antibiotics, skin was literally rotting. Each day new rot would form under & around a 1/4 inch humongous scab. Smelled like green rotten meat. Cellulitus/staph arm 3 times swollen.

I minced a couple of cloves of garlic placed it on wound AND OVERNIGHT IT KILLED THE INFECTION NEXT DAY I KEPT PLACING FRESH MINCED GARLIC. KNOCKED IT ALL OUT!!!!!!!

U can place minced FRESH garlic any place on your body, open wound or not. It will absorb thru skin.


Turmeric, Black Salve, Tea Tree Oil
Posted by Jasmyne (Wa) on 09/24/2017

Hi Lon! Not sure if you'll end up even seeing my message in reply to your post but I just wanted to reach out and say THANKYOU for sharing your and your son's experience with all of this. I must say I find it super weird and so so interesting in some of the similarities we share. I have cellulitis right now on my shin and have been choosing to treat it with turmeric tree tea oil garlic echinacea goldenseal and also some calendula cream and soap also starting zinc and vitamin c tomorrow. However the most interesting things that have stood out to me thus far, would be the fact that my 9 year old little brother (I'm 25 myself, ) also has Downsyndrome, and just like your son was also born with hirschsprungs. Which I don't hear of very often from other people who too have it. The other strange things that caught my eye we're the facts that you yourself are from Stanhope, NJ. My fiance is from New Brunswick, born and raised, but has moved around and lived in many different cities from North to south end of the shore. And our anniversary date is May 18th 2014 . I noticed you posted on Feb 18.....ever since we got together the number 18 seems to follow us like a creepy stalker! LOL! Not too mention the fact his birthday is on August 18th, AND the bus I rode to and from school for over 5 years was bus #18! Sounds silly almost stupid when I say it outloud, but Oh well, just one of the sweet memories from when we met and realized ALL of these strange coincidences. (I also had the stone peridot in my ear piercing which just So happens to be the birthstone for the month of august.) So again, just another strange tribute to our now lucky number 18....there were just WAY TOO MANY things that stuck out to me about your post that I felt compelled to reach out and comment. Hope you and you're son are both doing well now, and hopefully the cellulitis has been kept at bay for everybody's sanity and comfort. If nothing else, being a loved one of a homie with an extra chromie always makes me feel connected to other parents, caretakers, siblings etc. So God bless you and yours. We're a pretty special Group of peeps if I do say so myself. 😊 Sending lots of peace, Love and good health your way from the west coast, jah bless!

Xx Jasmyne, Mac, Mike and Jeffrey!! :)


Don't Ignore Cellulitis
Posted by Judy (The Villages ) on 05/27/2017

I have had reddness near my ankles for a couple years. The doctors all thought it was from bad circulation. I did exercise, etc. It come on after a bad sinus and cold I had. I did the vein thing to open all of them for better circulation. I tried ten days of anti-bioltics with no improvement. I read your suggestions on this site and went out and bought some Bee Propolis Extract. They say 1-2 times a day with meals. I also rub coconut oil on the reddness. I purchased some Manuka Honey. I guess I rub that on? Anyone know? I hope I am on my way to a cure and solution.


Dietary Changes, Natural Remedies
Posted by Phil McQ (Usa) on 03/08/2017

Try drinking strongly brewed nettle leaf tea every day to control your edema.


Castor Oil
Posted by Almccardle (Pittsburgh, Pa) on 03/07/2017
5 out of 5 stars

Castor oil for swelling of cellulitis: castor oil will reduce the swelling apply three times a day, rub it in, it also helps the lymph system.


Bee Propolis
Posted by Marly Duran (Las Vegas, Nv.) on 01/31/2017

Thank you for posting the bee treatment, I'm going to check into it, it sounds amazing. I just want to point out in the story above, the woman says, "Because of the severity of his cellulitis I still gave him the antibiotic, BUT CUT THE TREATMENT TIME IN HALF...." It is extremely dangerous to start antibiotics and not finish all of them. This is because the antibiotics in less than the full course won't kill all the bacteria. The surviving bacteria are then immune to that antibiotic and all their descendants are immune as well. This plays a big part in creating the "superbugs" we see now that are very resistant to treatment. This puts all of us at risk. IF YOU START ANTIBIOTICS, FINISH ALL OF THEM!


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 11/19/2016

Jenn, this is something I would use Medicinal Clay and/or Activated Charcoal poultices on.


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Jenn (Cobbora, Australia) on 11/17/2016

Hi and hello!

It has been awhile since I have posted but have tried wherever possible to put into practice what other posters have given me in the past... So here I am again seeking some help..

4 months ago my bite ( wolf spider) broke out in a painful ulcer, due in part to my immune system which doesn't work too good since I have been sick ( to counteract this I have taken large doses of Vit C, Oregano Oil, filtered water with a tad of ACV to alkaline my body, Kyolic garlic and Pau D'Arco., .. All over a period of 16 months) Then a month ago it got very very sore and horrible looking with lots of biofilm over it so I went to the doctor and she told me I had 2 very bad infections from swabs done way back in August ( so no one notified me?) MRSA and pseudomonas A and that I had to go straight to the hospital where they would put me into ICU for a few weeks..

So I went home and went up the next day, saw a doctor who advised me to go home and take Bactrim DS and use Fucidin Cream ( Fucidic acid ). This cream ranges in price up to $20 for 15 gr depending on where you get it., so I used it once a day instead of the recommended 3x.

Yesterday I had my long awaited appointment to see the specialist and he told me that the Bactrim is only for the MRSA and the recommended treatment for the rest is to be debrided under general anesthetic and have a vacuum put on my leg for a few months to assist the fluid. So has anyone had this done? It sounds painful.. He asked what I use on my legs and I told him I spray my legs with CS after I wash them because it takes the sting out. I wash my legs in separate buckets using either a small amount of Dettol disinfectant ( which kills the germs in the wash so I also use it as a final rinse when washing dressings etc) or I use a very weak solution, the horizontal length of Condy's Crystals on the edge of a matchstick. Any bigger amount and it really burns. Missionaries in tropical areas used to use Condy's Crystals for purifying water and to treat ALL infections.. However they didn't have superbugs in those days!

Anyway, sorry I have wandered... The Doc has been a specialist for 35 yrs and so he has kept an open mind on ulcers and CS. He advised me to use a stronger solution of CS between 16-30 ppm.. So I am onto my second lot of Bactrim 10 day treatment and my cellulitis ulcer on the other leg is nearly cleared up after 4 yrs.!! I'm also drinking a litre a day of filtered water with a teaspoon of ACV in it to make my body more alkaline.

So my question is this .... How long do you leave the generator on for to make a solution of say 20 ppm initially? I have a large Maxwell House coffee jar that holds just over a litre in solution when made. I also have a Silverwell machine so rather that guessing I'm asking for help based on those items used with Noble's water. A water meter that I bought from the U.S. and used very few times completely went haywire and never worked again... Sorry it's a bit all over the place but read it through and tell me what you reckon...

Thanks in advance... Jenn xxx


Dietary Changes, Natural Remedies
Posted by Jean (Rio Rancho, Nm) on 10/10/2016

You can get rod of candida if you get serious about eating right. You will have a good clue that it is gone when your tongue no longer has a white coating, along with your other symptoms. Your gut contols about 80% of your health. You eat garbage and you won't be well.


Dietary Changes, Soap
Posted by Angie (Los Angeles) on 10/08/2016
5 out of 5 stars

For cellulitis, I began showering my body with Zest bar soap. I would leave the foam on the infected cellulitis areas for a few minutes, rinse and repeat five more times. This helped dry out the skin from the outside. I cut out all sugar from my diet. It FEEDS of sugar. You need to cut it out!! I mean everything including fruits, bread, pasta, starch vegetables everything!! Every morning I would drink a green smoothie consisting of red chard, spinach and dandelions. I also took two garlic capsules, B vitamin and folic acid capsules every day. Within 4 months my skin was healing and my body was EXPELLING the bacteria from my body!!! I have been suffering from this for 8 years and after so much trial and error I finally found my cure.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Jerome (New York, Ny) on 08/29/2016 7 posts
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CELLULITIS: I recently developed cellulitis in my feet and ankles for the second time in my life. The first time my ankles swelled up like an elephant's after my cousin's cat rubbed up against my bare legs and I went to the emergency room (I was only 23). They pumped me full of high dose IV antibiotics and after a few days it went away.

This last time I developed the same problem again 15 years later after rubbing a dog with my bare feet. My ankles again swelled up and I realized it was cellulitis exactly as I had years ago. This time, however, I didn't want to go through with the antibiotics again since the first time they messed up my digestion bad and it never fully recovered. So I tried to go the natural route with oral colloidal silver (1100ppm), GSE, olive leaf, etc. This seemed to keep it from spreading for a few days but it wouldn't heal. Then I got a colloidal silver topical first aid gel which you can buy in any Vitamin Shoppe or major vitamin webseller. I applied it, let it dry for a few hours, rinsed my feet off then applied it again, for a total of about 4x/day. The silver gel combined with the oral stuff reversed the infection on the tops of my feet and shins dramatically, but though it was receding it was very slow and stubborn in my ankles and heels.

So I began researching online again and found a medical paper from a hospital that showed that giving cellulitis patients 400mg of ibuprofen every 6 hours for 10 days together with antibiotics resulted in much faster healing than with antibiotics alone. I had my wife pick up a bottle of ibuprofen at the drug store and began taking it. By that night with the silver gel, oral silver, GSE, olive leaf, myrrh and a few other basic things (vit C, echinacea, etc.), the cellulitis was 80-90% gone. I also took proteolytic enzymes which may have helped too.

After the second full day of the above regimen, including the ibuprofen, the cellulitis was basically healed. Oh and one more crucial thing if you're dealing with cellulitis of the legs or feet: ELEVATE THEM!!! They will not heal if you don't keep them elevated, HIGH! I sat on a lounge chair with my feet high on the wall for almost three days straight. Take breaks and walk around every hour or so but try to keep them elevated for the whole day. Sounds crazy but I was not going to get those IV antibiotics which destroyed my gut again if I could help it.

In sum what I did was this:

  • Oral colloidal silver 1100 ppm, 3 droppers a day
  • Silver gel applied 4-5x a day
  • Oral GSE, olive leaf, myrrh, and some other immune boosting supplements
  • Ibuprofen 400mg every six hours
  • Keep feet elevated

Jerome

*UPDATE*

July 04, 2018: I had a recurrence of the cellulitis and hit upon something that worked brilliantly: BETADINE. I applied straight Betadine to my feet and ankles with a cotton ball every few hours for a couple days and kept my feet elevated. Worked like a charm. I recommend trying Betadine as soon as the signs of cellulitis rear their head.


Turmeric
Posted by Billy (Coahoma, Texas ) on 08/02/2016

How do I use the turmeric and garlic together? I've been taking raw garlic and it has helped some but I need something else to help with it. I have some organic turmeric powder.


Turmeric
Posted by Wendy (Bc) on 08/02/2016

Hi. I never knew what cellulitis was until I got it. It took over my entire front and lower part of my left leg.

The pain and swelling was incredible and I have a fever of 40 and my blood pressure dropped very low. I didn't even know anything was wrong with my leg until I got to the hospital by ambulance and the nurses were taking my vital signs every 5 minutes. They put me on oral and IV antibiotics. They didn't work and my leg just kept getting worse. Finally after the 3rd day a different Doctor switched my antibiotics and it finally showed signs of improvement. That was April 19th of this year. I was off work for over two months and my leg went from a pink rash to looked like someone had BBQd it to cracking and all of the skin cracked and fell off over a few weeks. Now we are in August and I still have to be careful not to over do it and elevate my leg when ever I can. My ankle still swells.

This is extremely serious stuff and don't try to treat yourself. I was fortunate to be seen by the Infectious Disease specialist who after seeing my leg and the swelling and a rash over my entire back, put me on a plane and took me off the other antibiotics that had been given to me and told me to wear compression socks as soon as I could to work the swelling out of the leg, I finally made a lot of progress. But I was in the hospital my daily for IV antibiotics for three straight weeks. This is horrible stuff!


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Vicki (South Australia) on 05/09/2016
4 out of 5 stars

Cellulitis:

Thank you to everyone who has tried & had results, this site is a great help. I regularly fast, sometimes for days at a time, this has not helped, I have had this severe condition for 13 weeks and was getting worse to the point I couldn't walk on the foot at all, currently on cleocin antibiotics, from 1 every 4 hrs 2 wks ago upped to 2 tablets 3x a day, tea tree oil has halved the stinging burning pain that is worse than child birth. the only way to describe the pain is like being burnt badly while cooking 1st degree burn, that is the closest pain that comes close, followed by contractions in the area ( mine is in the little toe I cut nail too short)

I have changed my diet: Apple Cider Vinegar 2 tbl spoons in a glass of water I sip all day, & drink 2 ltrs or more of water room temp, Echinacea & berry tea & green tea. dandelion tea. Turmeric, Curcumin & black pepper about 2 tbl spoons of each & fresh garlic cloves I put all over my salad & I eat for lunch: tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber & carrots, capsicum, green apples for lunch with salad oil dressing to help spread the turmeric into every cell of my body and the bone marrow, I found having tomato on buttered (has oil in it) toast with pepper & turmeric helps the stinging/swelling calm down first thing in morning. I have tried sucking a raw young lemon or add to water also.

I'm on day 2 of this, and pain has halved, I can finally sleep with out being woken by crippling pain, and I can walk with out a cane. the toe is not dark purple now its going pink, red & skin colour, I wipe tea tree oil around the area not on the sore itself, as they removed the nail & sliced into area to squeeze out infection twice, it's covered all the time, dressing changed every 2 days. The antibiotic not working so I had to try everything I can find on the net & combine it into 1, I'm about to get the manuka honey to add this too. It's very slow healing but its progress considering what pain I'm in & keeping the toe.

Researching it has shown me, smoking, eating sugary stuff, fasting too much (malnutrition) & little exercise is stopping it from getting better.

1) It's important to get 10+ min exercise in so the oxygen & blood flow gets to the area.

2) Turmeric & black pepper & the Tea tree oil halve the pain & swelling,

3) Water fluids flushes toxins out. So go pee pee pee.

4) Warmth helps the pain, the cold make it hurt more.

5) Keep foot raised at all times possible. even when sleeping rest it on a pillow.

I hope this helps someone.


Turmeric
Posted by Ben (Bremerton Wa) on 05/04/2016

The type of pain you are having is an easy one to fix if you apply the correct drug. Antibiotics treat bacteria not virus and not mycoplasma. You could use a truckload of antibiotics and find they have zero effect. Meanwhile they create unwanted side effects and wreak havoc on the intestinal bacteria.

A better way of treating your condition is to use something that is easy on your body but kills organisms that antibiotics cant touch. The best thing found is either gallium nitrate or a new version of gallium called gallium maltolate. This stuff is available as a skin cream you can apply to your face. Other people been there and done that with your type of trouble and found gallium works when other things dont

Here is a little info on gallium maltolate http://www.painmed.org/2013posters/poster110.pdf.

Now certain class bugs such as mycoplasma attack the pancreas too and gallium will help to get rid of them. A little research might help prevent more severe pancreas troubles.


Turmeric
Posted by Myway (Usa) on 05/03/2016

Alexandria, I am so sorry to hear of your plight - unfortunately, you are not feeling well so, I will give you a couple very specific things to do to feel better. This is a regimine I use to boost my immune system when my body is compromised with infection. Start taking 1,000 mg (1 gram) of Vit c every hour. Take with a cracker or piece small piece of bread to protect stomach. Look up Dr. Andrew Saul on the net - learn how to use Vit c - it's cheap. For now, use any kind. Vit C is very, very safe in high doses. I personally have taken up to 15 grams in one day - fought off pneumonia in 2 days....lowered the dose to 10 grams then now take 2 grams (2000 mg) daily for prevention.

Secondly, spray your legs with colloidal silver 2x a day to prevent infection. Follow the colloidal silver threads here on earth clinic. You live in CA, there are vitamin shops everywhere.

Lastly, No junk food. Period. Healthy, non- processed food if you can manage it! Eat some fermented foods to start rebuilding your gut bacteria. Flood yourself with vitamin rich fresh juice daily - mostly veggies!

Keep asking questions, talk through this. You will get better if you research and figure out what works. You can do it!!!!

Myway :D


Turmeric
Posted by Alexandra (California) on 05/03/2016

I am a long time painfully chronicle facial cellulitis victim. To some bad cuts that originally happened years ago.

I went through many antibiotics clindamycin citronella k ed flex bactrim....I became more immune and had to visit hospital to recover iv antibiotics vancomycin, cubucin, the big guns of antibiotics, only to learn the last 6-7 yrs antibiotics has destroyed not only my immune system but my pancreas. I'm living with pancreatitis, normal pancreas range is 8-19. I was just hospitalized at 600..now one month later it's 200.

So I am fighting for my life here and can't have another antibiotic n my life, yet just off antibiotics. My cellulitis is back less than 2 weeks out of the hospital. My God, BE CAREFUL WITH ANTIBIOTICS! I was so naive..

I'm praying turmeric, cayenne, and goldenseal, echinacia will work. For some reason I also I get a sore throat with it! I believe my immune systems is so low from antibiotics that an opportunistic infection sneaks in there.

With much love n compassion to you all. Alexandra from Los Angeles


Turmeric
Posted by Jemmren (Cobbora) on 02/26/2016

Delia,

am wondering if you are meaning " cellulitis" or " cellulite " ??

Cellulitis is a staph infection in the cells which can cause major damage to your body.....whereas, Cellulite is skin that is dimpled and is more of a cosmetic problem than anything else!


Bee Propolis
Posted by Christiane (North Dakota) on 02/25/2016

Hi, I wanted to share that you can easily make propolis tincture. Just let the propolis sit in alcohol for a couple of weeks. It will dissolve and keep fresh. It is an amazing medicine. Use it straight, by the dropperful, or add to water or juice.


Iodine, soap, fasting
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 12/31/2015

Dear Raychil,

Great job! And thanks for sharing!

We have also found hot/cold therapy to be very helpful for cellulitis.

The fasting we have not tried, because I have only dealt with it in children. But an observation I made with one child was that it always looked better first thing in the morning (all night fasting! ) and much worse in the evening (when he had eaten all day.) It seemed especially bad when his diet was particularly high in sugar because we were out of town at Grandma's. :)

Thanks for taking time to post!

~Mama to Many~


Soap, Iodine, Fasting
Posted by Raychil (Chiang Mai) on 12/31/2015
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Woke up yesterday to realise that I had 20-30 cellulitis pustules on my thigh and some were draining. The area was also really swollen. It started from an insect bite I scratched the head off a few days ago and didn't think much of it but it must have got infected.

Anyway it got so much worse during the day and I was getting really worried. I applied iodine to the area maybe 3 times in the day but it kept getting worse. Then the next day I woke up and it looked awful and probably worse, so I decided to get really serious and water fast all day, applied hot then cold then hot then cold etc. water for few mins with shower head, washed the area well with soap and then apply iodine when dry. I went out to shops to buy bandages etc. and when I got back about 2 hrs later it was so much better I didn't need them - it was amazing!

I washed with soap and when dry applied iodine again and changed clothes (In case it got dirty outside house) and reapplied iodine again in evening, and now it is so much better! No swelling, no drainage and bumps are so much smaller. I expect will be gone now in couple days.

I have had it once before in past from insect bite again but it was really serious before I realised what was happening and I resorted to loads of antibiotics. But I still found washing area with soap thoroughly and applying hot/cold/hot/cold water with shower head very effective at healing it, I would see big improvement after showers doing this. And again I would apply iodine after shower when dry, and couple more times a day.

I think the water fasting, soap and hot/cold/hot/cold water and iodine was an amazing combination. Truly miraculous how fast it turned around.

Hope this helps someone :)

Turmeric
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 12/21/2015

Nanawhit, read up about Clay pulling out infections and healing the skin.


Turmeric, Black Salve, Tea Tree Oil
Posted by Don (Cheltenham, Pa) on 12/20/2015

And I complain about my infections, which are much less problematic. God bless you.


Turmeric
Posted by Nanawhit (Haines City, Fla) on 12/20/2015

I don't know anything about this cellulitis but I have had an injury to my right calf a week and a half ago almost two weeks ago started cleaning it myself putting antibiotic cream on it keeping it wrapped in away from any thing dirty it felt like it was and look like it was getting better and then on the third day I wake up and it is my ankle is all swollen black and blue toes are black and blue and I have a big swollen infection on the lower part of my leg where the deeper scrapes are, I still was stubborn and continue to clean it keeping it wrapped until it got so bad and painful that I couldn't even walk on it! So then I decided to go to Urgent Care one look at it and the doctor on call there said you have cellulitis a deep tissue infection, put me on two different kinds of antibiotics the ones that are commonly listed when you look up what to do about cellulitis! I've been on it for 3 days now my ankle and foot did go down a little bit but the swelling or I think that the infection is still there the scrapes are healing still in pain nauseated feeling like crap and ready for this to be over with, I am ready to jump into something natural to get rid of this thing fast! I am so glad that there are sites like this where people are willing to talk about infections and things that I didn't even think was common it scared me to death when I heard what it was! The swelling where the infection was is hard to the touch it's about 3 inches long and about 2 inches wide it still has a low heat like fever in it that kind of scares me because it hasn't gone down!

Has anybody else had any problems with that kind of area swollen like that please let me know if I have to go back to the hospital I will because I don't want to lose my leg!


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Sonnie (San Antonio,. Texas) on 12/09/2015

I am unclear here. Are You saying it was really omega 3's and the 50 mg's of iodine that worked most effectively or the book from Dr. Sarno and it's psychological approach to wellness?


Oil of Oregano
Posted by Margo (Toronto, Canada) on 10/19/2015
5 out of 5 stars

Less than 48 hrs after a botox treatment at a professional medical clinic I found symptoms of swelling and tenderness on the one side of my face into my hairline and down to my gland area in front of ear. Immediately the next morning I started oil of oregano which made the symptoms stop increasing; and they have decreased over the past 4 days to where if this continues all symptoms will be gone tomorrow or the next day. My question is "how long should I continue the Oil of oregano?" and should I continue to take the same amount as I am presently taking. I have been taking 6 drops about 4 or 5 times a day.

Your help is much appreciated,

Blessings, Marg


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Dolores (Mira Loma, Ca) on 09/08/2015
1 out of 5 stars

I originally got Cellulitis in Dec 2014, since then I have had 4 flare ups. Dr's have given strong antibiotics for 20 days. It seemed to work, it has been 2 months and noticed redness starting along with pain. I do not want to use antibiotics any longer. I have used Tea tree oil, coconut oil, colloidal sprays etc. I am a diabetic, have gone through chemo, but why do I keep getting these flare ups? Please someone help me I am at my wits end

Thank you so much,

Dolores


Treatment Regimen
Posted by Al Hudson (Homestead, Fl.) on 08/28/2015

Agnes, Sorry this has gone on so long. I have had rapid results combining suggestions from the EC community where infections become threatening. The ingredients are costly but the speedy results assure that I keep these things on hand at all times.

To address the systemic infection take the following before or 30 min. after meals;

1/2 teaspoon L-Lysine powder in 3 oz. water. Drink...

Next, 1 pack LivOn Liposomal Vitamin C & 1 pack LivOn Liposomal Glutathione in 4 oz. water follow with 2 capsules of Meriva Turmeric Phytosome 500mg. This can be used 4x a day for most things and more frequently in severe situations. The use of liposomal/phytosomal delivery assures that therapeutic blood serum levels are achieved and maintained until the infection is overcome. (like antibiotics, continue on past the relief of symptoms to effect a lasting cure.)

For topical treatment of an advanced infection, I use 2 remedies

1) soak with lukewarm 50/50 mix of Betadine / water by immersion or compress for 5 min. rinse...the, make a fluid paste of Turmeric powder/Castor oil and warm until oil takes on the orange color of the turmeric. Apply heavy coating and bandage. As the infection subsides, decrease the amount of castor oil until turmeric powder dries up the remnants.

2) For Cellulitis in particular, and all slow healing ulcerous sores, family members have had great success with Manuka honey applied topically.

Get well soon.


Treatment Regimen
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 08/27/2015

Dear Agnes,

Your most recent posts make it sound like your condition is getting worse instead of better. Natural remedies have their limitations. You really need to seek advice from a health professional. Cellulitis and complications of it can be very serious and life threatening!

I hope you feel better soon!

~Mama to Many~


Treatment Regimen
Posted by Agnes (Warsaw) on 08/27/2015

Dear Mama,

Do you pour sugar on wounds? If so, on infected wound with red ring around it you would recommend charcoal or rather sugar?


General Feedback
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 08/26/2015

Dear Agnes,

We have seen hydrotherapy significantly reduce swelling, especially when used frequently. I love this remedy because it is so simple and it is free!

I am not sure what you are asking with your question about sucking some liquid.

~Mama~


Treatment Regimen
Posted by Agnes (Warsaw) on 08/26/2015

Dear Mama,

Treating my cellulitis bears some problem when it comes to treating as it is complicated by my general skin sensivity. Baking soda made my skin dried out and some rash appeared so I look for another option for swelling remedy. I'm disappointed tha tit takes a lot of time to cure it and I wonder if this swelling does not last too long as I started to feel coolness in this hand and more numbness, I start panicking that some nerve damage begins to develop, sometimes even thoughts about gangrene come to my mind. I read that it may develop from cellulitis. Can you tell me if hydrotherapy is good for getting rid of swelling or just it improves lymph circulating? Is it necessary to "suck" some liquid causing swelling physically with aid of charcoal? I'm very grateful for your care.


Coconut Oil
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 08/24/2015

Dear Agnes,

Well, I absolutely love to walk in the woods (or anywhere in nature) and do this as able. Fall is around the corner-I try to walk most days when the weather is not extreme. But mostly I just enjoy the flowers, trees, clouds, sky, birds, and ocassionally a wild turkey or deer. Most of the herbs that I use are ones that I buy in bulk. I do finally have a couple of wonderful comfrey plants growing near my house and I have wildharvested burdock, plantain, and jewelweed. But it has all been one step at a time. I would never want someone to be discouraged that they "can't do herbal medicine" because they cannot collect or grow it themselves.

I really admire Mmsg on this forum, growing things on the balcony of her apartment. I would like to see natural remedies available to anyone who wants them. Most people can grow an aloe plant on a window sill and it has many applications. Many people can buy a bag of turmeric or cayenne pepper at a local market of some sort. There much healing benefit to be had from such! (But you are correct that it is common to doubt that a plant would be very helpful. I definitely had no idea how healing plant medicine could be! )

My hobby of nautural medicine is one that has turned out to be useful for my family. I could probably enjoy searching the globe for useful medicinal plants, but alas, I have many more interests than time to pursue them, as most people do. :)

I actually grew up in the suburbs and rarely used anything "natural." Even now, I do use over the counter or prescriptions for my family, once in a while, if it seems to be the best thing. I have been grateful for some good doctors for emergency situations over the years. But year by year we have learned and applied more natural things to our lives, and it so so satisfying to have safe, simple, inexpensive options.

While we do live on a small farm, we are not living "off the grid" or anything. If my family had to live off what we grow, we would be long dead. :) I hope to empower my children to take responsibility for their health and nutrition and at the same time be grateful for what they have whether it is home grown or from the store, an herb from the woods or a medicine from the doctor. I am not Amish, though have some Amish families that live not to far from us and we admire their resourcefulness and productivity!

I haven't worn make up regularly in decades (its just not my style)...but I am quite intrigued by the creating of make up. I have a friend that has done so and it is probably something I would have fun researching and doing if I had the time.

So here a little, there a little and we each learn a little more each day!

~Mama to Many~


Coconut Oil
Posted by Agnes (Warsaw) on 08/23/2015

Dear Mama,

I just had such intuition that you live in a close contact with nature wandering through forests and fields and picking up plants in order to make some preparations from them. My intuition turned to be correct. Some time ago I had a possibility of buying very interesting book about herbs but unfortunately I thought that those prescriptions can be found by me in other books which turned to be untrue and now I have difficulties in finding this book again. I think that your knowledge about herbalism is built in in your genes I would say because your upbringing was rural as I guess? We, people from big cities are toomuch restrained by fear that herbs will tend to be inefffective or too weak so we are more prone to intoxicate ourselves with bigpharma products. Have you ever used antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals or just some natural products? What is your opinion about vaccinations especially for children? I'm also wondering whether you produce your own cosmetics? Your complexion and hair are very healthy. Do you have your own canal on YT? And last question: are you an Amish? (I hope this question is not too personal). Best regards, Agnes.


Coconut Oil
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 08/22/2015

Dear Agnes,

You are very encouraging and kind. I am really blessed with great kids and also lots of natural health resources, especially Earth Clinic! :)

When I was a girl, I used to hang out in the kitchen and watch my mother cook. She would let me stir or get out ingredients, etc. I remember marveling that she never needed recipes and yet she was such a great cook! When I first got married I had to use a recipe for everything. Now, 25 plus years later, I do a ton of cooking without recipes. Because you really do get a "feel" for things.

It didn't occur to me that herbs would be the same way. I remember buying some herbs in bulk because I wanted to try them out. It was so dreadfully intimidating and I had no idea what to use for what or how much or how often.....

But it ended up working out a lot like cooking. I got more and more comfortable with different herbs. Just like I now know that I want to include basil when I make Italian food, I know know that I want to include turmeric when I am dealing with inflammation.

I do have a number of books I consult for dosing information. Practical Herbalism is a favorite of mine for that. And I do seek the "wisdom that is from above." (Js 3:17) Because natural medicine is so fascinating to me I have read and read and read, too. For me, reading about how a natural remedy helped relieve someone's suffering is like hearing a bedtime story with a happy ending!

I have learned so many things reading posts on Earth Clinic. It is a fascinating collection of information from lay people. It is neat to see people post questions and over time they end up posting answers to other peoples' questions based on what they have learned. It is empowering to be able to take responsibility for your health, even if in small ways at first.

Have a super day!

~Mama to Many~


Coconut Oil
Posted by Agnes (Warsaw) on 08/22/2015

Hello, Dear Mama to Many,

I must say that I really admire you and envy you your knowledge. Your children have wonderful mother and I'm sure that with such care they will live very long in excellent health. I'm wondering if you consult your prescriptions with some naturopath or you have such an amazing intuition what to apply and take in some particular medical problem/case/ailment...


Turmeric
Posted by Delia (Vallejo ) on 08/16/2015

I see lots of ideas but no concrete details as to how used...ex: tumeric and tree oil for cellulites I hav a big problem on my thighs since I became ill with diabetes and my liver what can I use to help....thanks


Bee Propolis
Posted by Martine (Phoenix, Az) on 07/31/2015

For cellulitis, it didn't mention how many mg's to take per day for treatment.


Turmeric, Black Salve, Tea Tree Oil
Posted by Geraldine (Western Australia ) on 07/23/2015

Hi, been reading your story & I'm glad you have found a way to help your son. I have been getting celuitis in my left cheek on my face, I have searching the net for a cure, as antibiotics don't work for me anymore, that is how I found your post. I have a question on what you did day to stop it from coming back? :)


Dietary Changes, Natural Remedies
Posted by Patrick (Fairbanks, Alaska) on 07/19/2015

For the hydro therapy, try using as hot as you can safely stand, then go with freezing cold. Do this several times and finish on cold.


Tea Tree Oil
Posted by Chrystal (Dalton, Ma ) on 06/26/2015
4 out of 5 stars

Was diagnosed with cellulitus 3 days ago. I was put on antibiotics and have been using tree tea oil. It has stopped spreading and my skin is not looking so purple anymore, but the swelling will not go down. Any suggestions on what I could use to help reduce swelling?


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Pbird (Western Wa) on 05/23/2015

Jenn, if there is biofilm on the wound it will keep it from healing according to the literature. This means that to finish healing it has to be debrided, or have the biofilm removed.

Manuka honey, if it is the good strong stuff, will remove biofilm. There is lots of information on the web about this. I am studying it myself as I have a large wound in the same condition,


Turmeric
Posted by Pbird (Western Wa) on 05/23/2015

Jenn, cellulitis is a bacterial infection, not viral. Check it out. Its staph in the layers of the skin.


Clay, Supplements
Posted by Pbird (Western Wa) on 05/23/2015

Sherri, I have to thank you personally for mentioning this supplement, which I have never heard of before today. I just went over to Amazon and bought some and am eager to try it, as I have a gross huge ugly cellulitus lesion on my calf.

I finally went to the doctor and got an antibiotic because nothing I was doing seemed to be working well enough and I am exhausted from not being able to sleep etc etc. You know the story.

Thank you for your detailed reports.


Turmeric
Posted by Melanie ( Tipp City, Oh) on 05/11/2015

I think it sounds like great advice. I have cellulitis now too. I will try all but turmeric. If you have high.blood pressure which I do, turmeric can make it even higher. Which happened to me about a year ago. My BP went to nearly stroke level. Be careful.


Wheatgrass, Supplements
Posted by Joanne (Meridian, Mississippi) on 05/10/2015

Hi: Colloidal Silver acted as an antibiotic and healed the cellulitus I had, also I take Goldenseal which is a great preventive, along with Vitamin C. Good Luck.


Colloidal Silver, Serrapeptase
Posted by Joanne (Mississippi) on 04/29/2015
5 out of 5 stars

Have discovered and used both colloidal silver, internally, 2 tspns, plus cleaned wounds externally for leg ulcers with colloidal silver spray for no infection successfully. Plus, then I take Serrapeptase around minimum of 80,000 per day. After one month the ulcers were closed, clean, and gone.

Thanks for everyone giving the health items that they use. Invaluable help.

The above colloidal silver and serrapeptase is the first time I completely cleaned up the ulcer on leg!!

I am at this time still continuing with colloidal silver and the serrapeptase.


Coconut Oil
Posted by Joanne (Mississippi) on 04/29/2015

Have discovered and used both colloidal silver, internally, 2tspns, plus cleaned wounds externally for leg ulcers with colloidal silver spray for no infection successfully. Plus, then take Serrapeptase around minimum of 80,000 per day. After one month the ulcers were closed, clean, and gone.

Thanks for everyone giving the health items that they use. Invaluable help.

The above colloidal silver and serrapeptase is the first time I completely cleaned up the ulcer on leg!!

I am at this time still continuing with colloidal silver and the serrapeptase.


Clay, Supplements
Posted by Sherri (Long Island, Ny) on 04/16/2015

When I used the amla on the last blemish that would not disappear it made it worse so I discontinued the paste after a couple of days. And I am not taking the amla internally anymore either because the cellulitis is gone and what is left does not seem to be helped by the amla anymore. What is left on my leg is something else (which I believe had originated from the tenus vaccine interacting with the cellulitis). I am going to go to the doctors to have them remove it.


Clay, Supplements
Posted by Sherri (Long Island, Ny) on 04/05/2015

Diane- I am taking 8-10 teaspoons of amla a day now. I found that after 6 days almost all of the cellulitis blemishes were gone - except one. One blemish about the size of a fingertip is still there. I decided to take 8-10 tsp. because after observation I felt that my body needed that much. (Amla is a food powder so if your body is sick of it don't force it.) I found that I needed 2 tsp. after each meal during the day; and at night when I wake up in pain or discomfort I take 2 more tsp. and go back to bed. (Most nights I wake up two times.) I take the amla right before my meals. (I believe it is also high in enzymes.)

I think that the resistant blemish is correlated to a possible basal cancer growth on my face. (When I use silver to clean the leg blemish, the growth on my face also responds) I obviously have much more than cellulitis wrong with my body so I probably will be on a higher dose of the amla longer than expected. I am now putting the amla on the facial growth as a paste to see if that speeds up healing both my leg and my face. I believe that both infections are actually stemming from an infection in my intestines and this is why they are connected.

Many times during these 12 days that I have been on the amla drink I have experienced the Herxheimer Reaction and questioned whether I was hurting my body by taking so much. But because the blemishes continued to heal and my body got stronger and stronger I continued. In my case, this was the correct call because often I would get tired and have symptoms right before significant progress was acquired. So I think the symptoms were only because my body was detoxing. Listen to your body; it really will help you know if you are going in the right direction. Don't force anything and use common sense.


Clay, Supplements
Posted by Diane (Sherborn, Ma) on 03/26/2015

Hi Sherry, Could you please let me know how much Amla you took per day.? From what I read about this product it does amazing things for many issues...Thank you and continued healing...


Clay, Supplements
Posted by Sherri (Long Island, Ny) on 03/25/2015

The cellulitis on my leg is almost gone! I am in shock over how fast it is recovering. I am still doing general detox remedies as well as the garlic as posted earlier but am taking 2 tsp. of amla with water after my meals. I did this initially simply to boost my vitamin C levels naturally so I could stop taking so much Ester-C. Well from the very first dose it started healing my leg. I could also feel activity going on in my lower intestines. It has only been 3 days on the amla and the cellulitis is almost healed! I would give it another 3 days and I expect it will be completely gone. If not, I will let you know. I don't know how it works, but I believe God's grace led me to it. It is Indian gooseberry -Amla organic powder about $20 a lb. Just warning you it tastes terrible - like sour dirt!

I plan on continuing it for a long time and to reduce the levels I am now taking. Right now I am taking 6-8 tsp. daily with meals. Right before I notice the most improvement I get very sleepy and a little dehydrated. I think this is because my body is detoxing. I have learned the hard way that when you body shows signs of dehydration (dry mouth) you must supplement with a natural salt as well as water. It is counterintuitive to think that you need salt when you are dehydrated but in Oct 2013 my salt levels plummeted and I had to be hospitalized. So now I have learned to take salt if I show signs of dehydration - but not iodized salt - it is toxic. (I also learned this the hard way.)

Of course if you are detoxing too fast you can lessen the amount of the supplement to slow things down. I may be taking a lot of Amla but I feel normal except for a little dehydration and sleepiness at night. All I know is that it is working. I will probably reduce the amount of Amla soon and I will eventually go down to 1-3 tsp a day for maintenance. I have a feeling the Amla is healing much more than only the cellulitis. I want to keep taking it for a long time to see if it addresses other health problems. If you are very sick don't give up, it may take months for your body to heal, even with the Amla. The cellulitis on my leg was about the size of a Tablespoon and has been there only about 6 months. Once you start taking the Amla it should be obvious that it is working though. This is what I have learned from my experience.


Clay, Supplements
Posted by Sherri (Long Island, New York) on 03/20/2015

This is an update on what I am doing to beat the cellulitis. I have tried many of the recommendations on this site and am continuing to experiment with them. But so far I have found raw garlic cloves head and tails above anything I have tried. I left chopped garlic paste over the open wound and bandaged it up. I left it on several hours. (I do not recommend using garlic on the wound directly if the wound is sore and tender to touch. I my case there was no pain just a chronic low-level inflammation.) The wound started oozing and became inflamed and a scab formed. It has definitely also decreased my over-all body symptoms dramatically. I stopped putting the cloves directly on it because of the irritation and am now using olive oil with a little garlic infused in it. Instead I am taking the chopped garlic cloves soaked in Braggs apple cider vinegar internally after each meal. But my experience with using it topically has convinced me that the garlic kills the infection better than anything else I have tried. I continue to detox using clay, cilantro, etc. and now have added curcumin extract. Will let you know how I make out.


Bee Propolis
Posted by Shellyscorner (Greensboro, Nc) on 03/19/2015

Reply to Gillian
Blackpool:
Hi Gillian, unfortunately people rarely remember to list the "doses" that they use and often forget to even mention whether something is used externally or internally (when it might not always be obvious and could be used either way). And it's very rare that people follow their own comments or check back to see if anyone has asked questions about their suggestion. And by the way, I don't mean to sound critical of others. When you're the poster, things often sound obvious to you because it was your experience, but it's just not obvious to others reading your post ...

So ... that being said, I would assume that you can purchase the bee propolis she refers to in your local health food store/vitamin store and I would start by taking the recommended dosage on the bottle. Also, when you purchase the product, be sure to talk to the store clerk! They are often a HUGE wealth of knowledge! They may well be able to tell you how much you can safely take above the bottles "recommended dosage". I can almost guarantee that you won't be the first person to come in for the propolis for the purpose of treating cellulitis! If you are, I would be very surprised! Also, I would try going to a Whole Foods Market before I went to a "regular" vitamin store (assuming you have one in your area).

My daughter is currently dealing with her second bout with cellulitis. The first one was several months ago. That's why I came here to the Earth Clinic site. I wanted to see what was suggested here for a natural remedy. She has her FOURTH back surgery coming up the end of April for severe scoliosis. But if she has even a HINT of cellulitis, the surgeon would of course post-pone her surgery. which would create a problem for my daughter.

Anyway, I hope this is helpful to you and I wish you the best of luck!


Bee Propolis
Posted by Gillian (Blackpool) on 03/19/2015

I have suffered cellulitis for over 3 years now, consultant has stated that there is no permanant cure, and has put me on antibiotics, Penicillin VK, for the forseeable. I am interested in trying other treatments, and wondered, how much or what dosage of Propolis have you taken, and how long was it before you noticed a significant change.


Clay, Supplements
Posted by Mica (Wisconsin, US) on 03/15/2015

Hi Sherri, I know this isn't really regarding your post but as a cat owner of three cats I thought I would put my three cents in. I'm always getting bitten or scratched by one of my cats and have never in ten years gotten an infection. Even when my daughter was little and was bitten, and scratched a lot neither of ever had to go to the doctor. What I do is as soon as it happens (now only a few times a year) I put undiluted peroxide on a cotton ball and apply it to the injury, and no swelling or infection has ever occurred. I know we are always told to dilute h2o2 but it has worked for me for ten years and counting with no problems. :)


Dietary Changes, Natural Remedies
Posted by Pbird (Wa., US) on 03/14/2015

Just as an additional note, if you do have athlete's foot. My husband had it badly until we ran into work socks that have a silver fiber in them and they cleared his athlete's foot up. We were not expecting that, but that's what happened.


Clay, Supplements
Posted by Sherri (Long Island, New York) on 03/13/2015
4 out of 5 stars

My experience with cellulitis:

I ate some bad chicken breast and got very sick. A few weeks after this my cat scratched me on the leg while I was trying to get him out of the house because of a fire. A month later I began getting strong flu like systems and I noticed on my leg that the area where the cat scratched me had become a big red infected gash. I went to an emergency clinic and was told it was cellulitis. I went on 24 days of antibiotics but stopped after I started losing my hearing. By this time the gash was pretty much healed over but was red and inflammed underneath. The flu symptoms are gone and I am pretty normal except for the red gash on my upper leg. I have tried numerous natural solutions but am currently using a daily pascalite (calcium bentonite) clay internally 3x a day and a cilantro drink 2x a day to cleanse my system.

I found that Epsom salt solution also helps retard the infection topically. I've only used the clay for a week and the infection has definitely decreased. I'm just going to stick with this because I am noticing other minor healing signs as well. It is my conviction that the cellulitis is an internal problem and has to be treated both internally and externally. I think restoring health to the gut is always an essential and I am working on that as well. The clay has enabled me to sleep through most of the night. I normally take Coral Calcium and a methylated B complex to boost my system and immediate feel the lack if I miss a dosage. But with the clay I forget sometimes to take these pills because it seems to be keeping my body stronger. Hope this helps somebody. Thanks for all the good information everyone has contributed.

Treatment Regimen
Posted by Agnes (Warsaw, Poland) on 02/23/2015

Hello, here is a regimen for treating cellutlitis.

Take 3 drops of oregano oil mixed with 1 tsp pf coconut oil and 1 tsp of honey - 5 times a day for the first 3-4 days

then - maintenance dose- of 3 times a day for a week+ Also rub the area with a mix of coconut oil and oregano oil 4 times a day+ Morning and night do clay poultices+ once a day turmeric poultice, lots of water and ginger tea and a cup of milk with 1 spoon of turmeric at night

Dietary Changes, Natural Remedies
Posted by Jay (Australia) on 02/07/2015

Tinkerbell. It sounds like you need to get on oxygen and investigate the possibility of sleep apnea. Both factors are linked to assisting edema. I have seen the difference oxygen makes to quality of life and lower circulation. Niagara Therapy (Cycloid Vibration Therapy- CVT) massage mats make a good daily difference too. The other thing is lemon water. It's like a broom for your body. Best wishes. Jay in Oz


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Dave (Fountain Inn, Sc) on 01/22/2015

To Jenn:

Re Silver and all to help with infection...

I'm glad to hear of your immediate success. I'd said that if me I'd assume the infection was systemic and would be taking colloidal silver two or three times daily for about 6 months. The CS can also be applied topically as I previously discussed. I'd change the water daily. If me, I'd merely apply the CS mixed with 20 percent DMSO as a solvent and carrier...that applied with a white cloth to the infected area topically. I had recommended the Echinacea also as a topical bacterial killer.

Other things can be used to kill an infection topically. Tea Tree oil. Borax mixed in water and applied to the site might also act as an antibacterial. Maybe more effective than Colloidal Silver topically, would be a "Silver Nitrate" application....google "silver nitrate topical cream"...and you will find articles on how to use it topically. Encyclopedia Britanicca has a good Silver Nitrate article.

If you want a higher concentrate of CS just use less water in making the silver solution.

I would not drink that much concentrate...that high concentrate would be for topical use.


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Kathleen (San Antonio, Texas) on 01/22/2015

Jenn,

Have you looked at clay or ozonated oil (usually olive)? I'm not an expert on either one though I have used clay on my foot when I stepped on a nail. It's probably one of the first things I would use for an ulcer or infected wound. Clay is great for drawing things out of the body that don't belong. Since you're already making colloidal silver, you can hydrate clay with it to make it even more effective. I looked at the remedies page but didn't see anything on either of these so I'm going to give the links for two sites run by a gentleman whose email list I subscribe to. The first is about clay. While the second is largely about silver, it also has information on ozone. Just from a practical standpoint, the easiest way to use ozone would probably be to buy ozonated oil. I know I've seen more extensive information on ozonated oils but I can't find it right off hand. I did a quick search and included a link to a brief blog entry I found. Hope you find this useful.

http://www.eytonsearth.org/

http://www.silver-medicine.org/

http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/ozonated-olive-oil/


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Jenn (Cobbora, Australia) on 01/22/2015

For all those people who have used Colloidal Silver for Cellulitis, I need some advice please!

For the first 6 days on CS my leg improved far beyond anything I could ever imagine, but now although it has shrunk to roughly palm-sized, I seem to have a little hotbed of infection that keeps repopulating with that biofilm gunk and my ulcers just will not shrink any further. I have no doubt that the CS will kill everything eventually..question is though, how much longer can I let the generator go on for to make a stronger mix ? I'm using one of those sort of square-shaped Maxwell House Coffee jars, because it is the biggest jar I have. (500 gr net) so it makes nearly 2 litres of CS..

I'm drinking 750mls over a 24 hour period with water that is slightly yellow.. but today I bought a nappy bucket ( with a lid) and want to know if I made enough CS to cover my ulcers, does it have to be changed daily, or can I leave my lower leg to soak in it for an hour or so at a time ?, then when should I change the water ? Every 2 days or what ?

I have ordered a water meter but won't get it for another week or so, so at the moment I am guessing that it is definitely stronger than the 30ppm, which was clear, bought from the health food shop, just because it is slightly cloudy, depending on whether I use distilled water or Nobles water. So I remember someone on here telling me I could go up to 500ppm to soak my leg in but then how long would you leave the generator on for to get that strength ? Should I buy another generator and have the 2 of them going simultaneously ? Sorry for so many questions but I would love to see this thing gone forever and know that it may take awhile to shift it from my body and I see tonight that I have a tiny blister at the back of my ankle which tells me I could have a new ulcer forming..God forbid I have enough CS in my body to kill any bacteria, and I know from past experience in the past 4 years that Cellulitis and it's partners are very aggressive..CS is my last hope. I mean it's not as if you can pick up the phone and ring someone about it but I need the wisdom of people on Earth Clinic who have beaten this thing..If there is something I can do differently or better please tell me about it. I'm open to any suggestions no matter how silly they may sound but if it worked for you perhaps it will work for me, too.

Thank you in advance for any assistance!!

To Dave, who mentioned about Echinachae drops..have had a lot of trouble trying to get them, but managed to buy powdered capsules...so when I have my protein smoothie of a morning I open 2 of them, and 1 x 1000mg Vit C capsule and add to my breakfast with 2 tablespoons of protein powder, a tray of ice cubes , some ginger and some milk of choice, mix in my blender for 2 mins and drink..

Dietary Changes, Natural Remedies
Posted by Alyssa (Miissouri) on 01/13/2015

Kathy try using Alliderm gel. (I buy from Amazon.) I have dealt with eczema for at least 20 years. Sadly I am researching Cellulitis because of a comment from my masseuse, not one of the countless doctors or dermatologists I have seen. I have also had results from the Candida treatments. Hats off to you for being able to follow the diet!


Turmeric
Posted by Jenn (Coborra, Australia) on 01/03/2015

Cellulitis is a viral blood infection and can re-occur many times. At least 6 times this year my ulcers have returned after what looked like a total healing and it can become very demoralising to think you have to go through the whole thing again but am now doing it the 7th time and I've had enough. Our local nurses told me that some people can have these for many years but I was determined to find a more natural cure and so I recommend that you research, not just from one source but at least 3 sources for the same "cure" and if helps, to write down as you go so that eventually your experiences can help others, because like most viruses these days, it is on the rise...but the antibiotics seem to be the same. Hope this has helped just a bit..


Don't Ignore Cellulitis
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 01/03/2015

Dear Sara,

I would add turmeric to what you are doing, internally. 1 teaspoon three times a day. Taking it in milk is a good way to get it in you, though it doesn't taste the best.

When you are not soaking, perhaps overnight, charcoal poultices are a good option.

I would also be drinking plenty of water, perhaps with a couple of teaspoons of raw apple cider vinegar a couple of times a day. Staying hydrated is important to flush the body of toxins.

Are you soaking in epsom salt?

~Mama to Many~


Don't Ignore Cellulitis
Posted by Debbie (Illinois) on 01/03/2015

Try Manuka honey!!!!!


Don't Ignore Cellulitis
Posted by Sara (Ny.) on 01/02/2015

I have cellulitis on my foot and hand. My foot was very red with fever. Now it is still swollen but the outside of the area is very dark brown and the center piece is black. Is this the healing process? I am soaking my foot and keeping it elevated. Please give advice. Thanks


Borax
Posted by Maria (Gippsland, Australia) on 12/16/2014

Hi Jenn, Celluitis is caused by the bacteria staphylococcus aureus and mrsa is methicillin resistant staphyloccus aureus. Colloidal silver works for both of these so it would be worth looking into it. Internally and externally.

I have no experience in using borax for infections because colloidal silver has always worked for us. Ours is homemade and when its to be used externally we make it stronger. Borax should still be helpful so l hope someone has an answer for you. Cellulitis is happening too often after knee operations so it does not surprise me that you got yours after an ankle opperation. I remember the days when staph was only in some city hospitals and patients transfered to a hospital without staph were barrier nursed till tests showed they were negative. Now its everywhere. All the best in your journey to health, God bless



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