Posted By Guppydas (Lamsai, Prathumthani, Thailand) on 03/17/2010
Replied by Rena (Mineral Bluff, Georgia, Usa) on 03/17/2010
I understand the financial situation, so perhaps we can start off with the less expensive remedies. First off, you need to alkalize your system with fresh lemon or lime juice, mixed with baking soda.
Recipes can be found here:
Next due to all the antibiotics, you need to replenish your good flora with a good pro biotic. If you can't find any, then perhaps you can make some fermented foods, or kefir.
Good recipes can be found here:
Now for the wounds themselves, to put on externally and this will be the most expensive, is to get some Manuka honey. You may have to google this, but you will get some good information. If you can not get Manuka honey, then use a good pure or raw honey and apply to wounds, and bandage. Change bandages and re-apply the honey morning and evening. You can not use pasteurized store bought honey, it will not work, it must be pure honey. Your best wound healing would be to get the Manuka Honey, so if there is anyway, please get this.
I wish you the best, Peace, Rena.
Replied by Guppydas (Lamsai, Prathumthani, Thailand) on 03/18/2010
Replied by Charlotte (Boston, Ma) on 03/17/2010
Please let me know if the turmeric helps you.
Replied by Shandy (Limerick, Ireland) on 03/18/2010
It might be worth making a poultice and applying it to your sores since onion and potato have drawing power and garlic is antibiotic, all cheap and available? I'm not sure if you have plantain (plantago) growing in your country as I think it is a temperate climate plant, but one thing I also considered was pineapple - which I think is abundant and cheap in Thailand? Apparently it is also good for rejeuvenating tissue. I had considered binding freash pineapple pieces to my daughters sores but her being 15 and objecting to walking around like a human fruit salad we settled for plantago tincture.Vit e would most likely be the most expensive thing you could try also after the sores are healing well and the skin has grown over and is pink. Hope it's a help.
Replied by Rena (Mineral Bluff, Georgia, Usa) on 03/19/2010
Yes, I am a believer in vitamin C in helping to heal infections. What kind are you taking and at what dose? The H2O2 should have helped by now in increasing your energy, what is your dosage of this in drops to the 5oz? Do be mindful of your nutrition during this healing. Juicing vegetables would be a good way to go, if you don't have a juicer, could you borrow one from a friend? It also sounds like you are not sleeping well, this is also important in your healing, you need to sleep to help keep your immune system strong.
I have seen others post some good suggestions on a poultice, if you can't get manuka honey, or pure local honey, maybe you can try another poultice, there are many that could work.
Do keep the H2O2 and lime/baking soda taken different times of the day, not together. Keep us posted of your progress, Peace, Rena.
Replied by Bill (San Fernando, Luzon, Philippines) on 03/19/2010
Replied by Guppydas (Lamsai, Prathumthani, Thailand) on 03/21/2010
Replied by Lisa (Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa) on 03/23/2010
Seeing that you are in Thailand, I am going to assume young coconuts are readily available to you. I don't think there would be opposition to you taking these. They are full of nutrition and very healing. Google about young Thai coconuts and you will see all the benefits. They could help you with several of your issues. I hope this info helps. Best to you, Lisa
Replied by Guppydas (Lamsai, Prathumthani, Thailand) on 04/23/2010
PS: Please excuse my typos as I can't sit and type. I have to lay on bed with notebook on tummy. Not particularly comfortable for typing.
Replied by Guppydas (Lamsai, Prathumthani, Thailand) on 04/26/2010