Gangrene is a serious disease that affects many people. It is caused by disturbed blood circulation that leads to premature death of the cells and live tissue necrosis.
Circulation disorder usually occurs after injury, severe burns, frostbite or various infections. In addition, disturbed circulation can cause diabetes, atherosclerosis, drug addiction and smoking. Gangrene can occur in almost all parts of the body, including the internal organs.
It is believed that as many as 50% of gangrene is caused by severe injuries, as well as badly treated wounds and infections during surgery. Gangrene is extremely dangerous because it spreads quickly, more precisely, it may cover large areas, which in most cases leads to amputation of the infected part of the body, most commonly the limbs.
In order to prevent this, gangrene should be treated as soon as the first signs are noticed, and those are usually cold and black tissue that seems to dry. A large number of people that didn’t want to accept amputation of a body part decided to apply natural methods that have often been very successful.
In a bathtub full of water pour a pound of Epsom salt and half quart of 3% hydrogen peroxide. If it is gangrene in the legs, it is not necessary to use a bathtub, if opportunities don’t allow it, however it is necessary that the legs are as deep in the water as it can. This is also applicable to other infected body parts. It is necessary to take a bath for about 30 minutes.
This is followed by an unpleasant activity, but it is necessary. After the bath you should immediately go under a cold shower for at least a minute, but preferably longer. Though this sounds too easy, many argue that it is very effective because it kills the free radicals caused by acidity.
Cut Aloe Vera leaves and squeeze out the juice. Dip infected body part in this juice, especially if you have gangrene on the fingers or toes. Keep it as long as possible.
In a jar, chop 10 ounces of garlic and pour a quart of 60% alcohol. Close it well and let it stay for 10 days. Strain it through a multi-layer gauze. You should get a liquid with a color similar to the color of the balm for skin diseases. Take 20 drops, two or three times a day, half an hour before meals. This tincture is effective for internal gangrene, and for improvement of the overall circulation.
If you are concerned about the odor, the garlic can be taken as syrup. It is necessary to mix one part garlic with two parts water and two parts sugar. Take 2-3 tablespoons a day. The garlic treatment is not harmful; therefore it can be used continuously for many months. Garlic also is very good for patients that have lung problems due to use of tobacco.
Pour 1 ½ cup of vegetable oil (St. John’s Worth is the best) into an enamel sauce pan. Add a piece of beeswax, about 2 ounces. Melt the wax over low heat. Boil an egg, separate the yolk and white, and then smash the yolk. When you hear “crackling” sound of the oil, slowly add the yolk, piece by piece. When the oil begins to foam, remove from heat and wait. Put the pan back on the fire and add the remaining egg yolks, stirring constantly with a spoon. The mixture will change color and become dark brown.
Remove from stove and let it stand for 15-20 minutes. Strain it through gauze. When the balm cools, put it in a glass jar and tightly close it. Keep it in the fridge for maximum of 10 months. Smear the balm on the infected body parts, and cover them with a paper napkin, change every two hours.