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injuries

Health

Wounds

The most common symptoms of wounds include: pain, swelling, bleeding, burning sensations, bruising, itching, damaged to the local tissue, loss of tissue and numbness.

Some of the most common causes of wounds include: industrial accidents, sports injuries, home accidents, car accidents due to being distracted by things such as texting or talking on the cell phone or by being mentally or physically impaired by the effects of alcohol, drugs, junk food, clogged arteries, poisons, chemicals, lack of exercise, lack of rest, mal-combined foods, vitamin, mineral, nutrient and/or amino acid deficiencies, viruses, bacteria, funguses, ameba, parasites, negative thoughts and obesity.

The things disclosed next have helped many people to accelerate wound healing and alleviate the symptoms of wounds.

Antioxidant/Alkaline water

Nutrition

Physiotherapies: micro-current therapy.

Vitamins:

Beta-Carotene: 10,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin A: 10,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin D3: 100 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin E: 400 IU’s, 2 times a day, with meals

Vitamin K: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin C: 2,000 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Bioflavonoid: 300 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Folic Acid: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-6: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin F: 25 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Minerals:

Magnesium: 300 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Calcium: 350 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Chromium: 50 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Iron: 2 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Zinc: 20 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Amino Acids:

L-Arginine: 200 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Histidine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Lysine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

American Herbs:

Aloe Vera

Althea

Amaranth

Betony

Bistort

Calendula

Cleavers

Club Moss

Echinacea

Linden

Gentian

Peach Tree

Prickly Ash

Stone Root

White Pond Lily

Chinese Herbs:

Mastic: 10 grams

Myrrh: 10 grams

Carthamus: 10 grams

Catechu: 10 grams

Homeopathic Remedies:

Arnica

Bellis Perennis

Hamamelis Birginica

Specific Foods:

Avocado, Olive, Almond, Butter Nut, Cashew Nut, Filberts, Lentils, Pinon Nut, Pistachio Nut, Sesame Seed, Sunflower Seed, Soya Bean, Beet, Beet Greens, Pineapple, Papaya, Figs, Brown Rice, Whole Wheat, Taro, Red Bean.

To treat wounds and the symptoms caused by them, as with any other health problems, it would be of unrivaled importance to find the cause or causes of the wounds and remove it or them and find the things which have been identified to have helped many people alleviate wounds and the symptoms caused by them, then eat, drink, have and/or do as many of these as you can.

For example: if you were cutting things improperly when you were cooking, which caused a wound to your hand from the knife. The first thing to do is receive medical care if it is necessary, then utilize the things which greatly speed the healing process, then eliminate the underlying cause of the problem: make sure you know how to cut things properly, you are being very careful, you are taking your time, you are not emotionally upset to the point of distraction and that you are not influenced by alcohol, drugs or other unhealthy things.