Deep Wound (to the bone) Healed by Urine Bandage
[re-posted from curezone.com and a lost link to Dionysus Junior.com]
Unknown insect bite, wound spread upon scratching
Old Urine* applied on the wound DRESSING
Shape of wound : ugly jagged shape
After urine application : wound shape became nearly geometrical, almost rhomboid form
New pink color skin growing around wound
Shape of wound : rhomboid -> ruby -> rectangular -> healed
Patient did NOT drink urine at all
Patient advised to keep blood sugar as low as possible, consuming low glycemic foods, tea/coffee/alcohol avoided
Healed within 8 months, with dedicated treatment
Doctors studying case notes wound is candidate for gangrene, amputation if skin graft fails
*Note* : Iodine (betadine) application on wound did not help
Note : Old urine is also known as lant
I am often only called in for supposed hopeless cases, where medical intervention has failed. CASE: Mr S. M., a farm manager presented with a huge wound on his lower leg. Frankly it looked as though a bear had bitten off a chunk of his flesh. He informed us that it began as what he thought was an insect bite and spread as he itched it.The wound spread even faster with hospital care of antibiotics which had cost him a few thousand rupees he could ill afford. I asked him what medicine he was applying and he showed me iodine. Now iodine is a poison and his was not a case of infection but simply that the body could not cope with healing itself.
I enquired as to whether he was diabetic. He said no, and this was good because diabetic wounds only respond once the sugar level of the patient has been brought down. High sugar in the blood inhibits the immune response. The gaping ugly wound went practically right around his leg above the ankle (see photos). This is the first really photographic documentation we have of the efficacy of Urine in healing. It was said Mr S. M. could have had a skin graft involving more expense (Rs 20,000/- and up, about six months salary) and associated hardship but, as the photographs show, we cured his problem with externally applied old Urine … gratis.
Mr S. M. was advised to follow dietary restrictions (patthiyam) that is, to absolutely quit tea, coffee, and beedies … he was not an imbiber of spirits.
As the documentation shows the course of Urine treatment caused the outlines of the wound to go from an ugly jagged shape to a nearly geometrical almost rhomboid form. Of course every stage of the treatment was covered, the dressings being allowed to remain in place for several days at a time and allowed to dry during a twenty four hour period and fresh medicine (matured Urine) injected into the cotton being careful not to touch, of course, the flesh below. The patient would perform this aspect of the treatment himself after being instructed. We came only to change the dressings and swab the area around the wound. This latter is an important part of the treatment taking off the toxins thrown out by the healthy skin and stimulating the capillaries around.
Following on the rhomboid stage a ruby like swelling formed, the new epidermal layer (skin) growing around it being pink in colour.
The ruby then collapsed into a rectangular scab and eventually fell off.
At no time did we ask the patient to experiment with Auto Urine Therapy. Of course he might have benefitted had he done so, but we did not feel that he would have proceeded along such lines and such a radical approach would have spoiled the progress already being seen.
Along with avoiding tobacco and caffeine Mr S. M. was urged to eat plenty of greens and take fruit (or raw onions) with vitamin C supplements, about 500 mg or more per day with fruit. Often people in his economic bracket cannot afford to buy fruit, but guava grew freely around his cottage. Besides raw onion as a source of vitamin C another inexpensive fruit is Indian Gooseberry (amla, nellikay) a rich anti-scorbutic resource used widely in Ayurvedic medicine.
Even though he was not diabetic we advised Mr S. M. to avoid potatoes and other high glycemic index foods, such as (too many) bananas, white rice (at least, include wheat or ragi) and mangoes etc. Keeping down the blood sugar of even a non-diabetic patient is also helpful, this is another reason why, apart from the deleterious effects of tea and coffee on the circulatory system, caffeine should be avoided since it floods the blood stream (in an artificial “fight or flight” response) with stored sugar from the liver.
Yes, in the early stages of treatment there was some pain. For pain Mr S. M. took, over a short period, Buta-proxyvon with the serious warning that painkillers are addictive. He was also warned that in the first days of the treatment blood will begin to flow to the affected part and that the appearance of blood in the bandage is a good, not bad, sign, since it is only by way of a renewal in the flow of blood that the wound will heal.
It took eight months of faithful treatment from beginning to end, but the flesh rejoined in a most dramatic and (step by step) progressively positive way as the documentary evidence shows. If the area had been treated surgically and the graft not “taken” the existing flesh would not have rejoined. This we also know from experience. Physicians studying the initial photographs of Mr S. M.’s case generally concede that he could have been a candidate for gangrene and, failing a skin graft, might have had recourse to amputation.