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My daughter has an ulcer on her ankle from getting injections for spider veins. The doctor told her he could remove the ulcer, and she would have only a couple of stitches. She ended up with 17, and he took out too much skin from the ankle. The last one is 1 year old this month.
She is going to a wound care clinic, but it is not healing, her foot and leg swell up 2 times normal size, she is not diabetic. Does anyone have any suggestions?
try sea buck thorn oil (also called Siberian oil)
try papaya skin (peel it an put peel flesh side down on wound
try actual propolis (gummy looking dark brown stuff) direct on it
i did consume a product call SNE and the ingredient is sea buck thorn.
there are many people consuming this product and recover from their problems. Even those who suffer from diabetes and had wound also recover.
Strangely enough, try honey. It has been getting a lot of attention lately as a way to help stubborn wounds to heal. There is an article that you can read here:
Google "honey wound care" to find more articles about honey to treat wounds.
Powder Alum is a very good healer, I keep it all the time & put it on everything that hurts. Put 1 teaspoon in a cup of water, apply it to the cut 3 or 4 times a day. Sounds like she needs to go to a Dr. for the swelling, she might have a blood clot, that is very bad news if she does.