How to speed wound healing

November 18th, 2015 at 9:14 am EST
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If you have an arthritic pet. or are dealing with recurring bouts of back pain, then you should try acupressure. I regularly use it, and I have taught hundreds of pet owners how to use it.

It works great, and is easy to use IF you watch this video..

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Scientifically proven wound healing remedy

Honey has long been acknowledged for its antimicrobial properties. Traditional remedies containing honey were used in the topical treatment of wounds by diverse ancient civilisations. Manuka honey is derived from nectar collected by honey bees foraging on the manuka tree in New Zealand and is included in modern licensed wound-care products around the world. However, the antimicrobial properties of honey have not been fully exploited by modern medicine as its mechanisms of action are not yet known.

Evidence of healing

Numerous scientific studies have been conducted to observe the wound healing properties honey can possess. Researchers from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, have discovered how honey was able to effectively reduce the healing times of burn wounds. Using data from 19 clinical trials dealing with 2,554 patients with untreated wounds, the doctors were able to prove that honey helped the wounds heal quicker than normal gauze and film dressings that commonly used to treat burns.

Another study published in the International Journal of Lower Extremity Wounds involved researchers discovering a wide variety of treatment qualities found in honey that are almost unparalleled to other forms of treatment. After conducting 22 trials involving 2,062 patients who were subjected with honey as a wound dressing, the following properties were found:

Infections were not only cleared, but wounds were protected from spreading bacteria
Honey was able to control and eliminate strong odors from wounds
Permanent scarring was dramatically reduced
Honey promoted anti-inflammatory activity

Honey can reverse antibiotic resistance

Professor Rose Cooper from the University of Wales Institute Cardiff is looking at how manuka honey interacts with three types of bacteria that commonly infest wounds: Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Group A Streptococci and Meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Her group has found that honey can interfere with the growth of these bacteria in a variety of ways and suggests that honey is an attractive option for the treatment of drug-resistant wound infections.

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 our lives, Halo, for Pet of the Week.

 Also, in the interest of giving you some comparison and a
 choice, I'm including Halo and her first trip to the beach at almost 4
 months and the day we got her at 8 weeks. She will be 5 months this weekend and growing like crazy, 8 pounds in the first picture and now at 40 pounds.
Her mother was half Great Pyrenees half golden retriever and her father was
half Great Pyrenees and half husky.


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Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM
P.S.   I have used honey to heal MANY clients wounds- in particular though it should be unpasteurized, dark honey.. Clean the wound first, then apply the honey to the entire area.

P.P.S. My most effective back healing remedy

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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