Wound Healing

A Honey of a Cure for Burns

…methods of keeping a wound safely moist and help with healing is by applying Vaseline. While it’s true that Vaseline is a good method to use, there is another solution that may be even better—honey. Burns are one of the most difficult problems to treat, because this type of wound provides the perfect…

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Bromelain Has Cardiovascular Benefits Too

…used the juice to aid in digestion of meat and cure stomachaches. Women used it to beautify their skin and warriors used it to improve the healing of their wounds. Recent research suggests that the pineapple (more specifically bromelain, which is extracted from the stem) may be one of the best tools we…

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The Health Benefits of Whey

…whey protein also undoubtedly contributes to its ability to help repair tissue and heal wounds. With whey, you also get the added growth factors (IGF-1 and 2)—both of which have been shown to accelerate wound healing in the gut. Finally, glycine is also important in both memory and cognitive functions…

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The Whey to Good Health

…-inflammatory action, cancer prevention, infection fighting, and wound healing. Research has now determined that lactoferrin is able to increase the production of new bone, which could have enormous impact on the treatment of osteoporosis and non-healing bone fractures. * Prebiotic activity: You may already know…

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Natural Egg Membrane for Bone and Joint Pain

…This is the eggshell membrane, and it has always been known by natural medicine enthusiasts as a powerful healing aid. For example, this membrane can be put on small cuts to promote wound healing, and can even help with acne. Most significantly, however, eggshell membrane has been found to outperform…

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