Topical Treatment for Skin Problems That Are the Result of Heroin Use
One problem of heroin use is the breakdown of veins,
fat, muscle, and skin. Sometimes
these conditions do not heal well, due to the body breaking down from the stress
The body usually heals sores, wounds, damaged tissue,
veins, and other damage using antioxidants. Antioxidants are substances that repair and heal the body.
One reason that tissue may not heal or heal slowly is antioxidants are
not sufficient or there are circulation problems making it difficult for
antioxidants to get to the damaged area.
Dr Bob is mentioned on this web site many times.
He was a M.D. internal medicine, orthomolecular doctor, M.D.
psychiatrist, chiropractor, and healer 65 years.
He was a diabetic who lived to 108 years with only 1 side effect 2 years
before he passed away. He started
treating addicts in the 1930's and continued to treat addicts until the 1990's. He developed a topical treatment that often helped heroin
addicts. A topical treatment is a
way to deliver antioxidants to a wound, sore, or other tissue damage, while
internally there may be difficulty in delivering antioxidants due to circulation
problems, swelling of tissues, insufficiency problems, and many other possible
reasons. The topical method is only one aspect of healing tissue, mainly in
neutralizing free radicals. Free
radicals are considered by modern medicine to cause 80 per cent of damage to the
body. Therefore neutralizing free
radicals will go a long way in healing damaged tissue.
However, balancing hormones, improving circulation, improving digestion,
using optimal methods of antioxidants, and other ideas are important in healing,
and topical methods should be used in conjunction with other treatments.
The following is Dr. Bob's topical treatment,
particularly for slow healing wounds and long time damage such as scars, vein
destruction, and so on.
Use tea tree oil. This can
be found at health food stores. Dr.
Bob said that in his 7 decades of the healing arts, he found tea tree oil was
the most effective and fastest working ointment for wounds.
Use vitamin E oil. It is an
antioxidant and can be used in conjunction with tea tree oil.
Use ascorbyl palmitate, fat soluble vitamin C, 1 capsule. Fat-soluble vitamin C needs to be used with tea tree oil and
vitamin E oil. Water-soluble
vitamin C will not work as well in oil bases.
Break open the capsule and mix the powder with the other ingredients.
Use 50 mg of Pycnogenol. It
is an antioxidant. Break open the
capsule and mix the powder with other ingredients.
Use apricot oil. This helps
heal skin conditions and can be found mixed in with some vitamin E oils already
Use MSM sulfur. Mix this
into ingredients. MSM is involved
in healing of skin, hair, and nails.
Use Udo's oil made by Flora or other oils with omega 6 and omega 3 oils
and mix into ingredients. This is
the key ingredient that turns an excellent formula into a topical blend that
seems to work at incredible speed.
Mix everything together and stir until evenly mixed.
Apply several times a day. I
have seen this topical method used on many occasions.
At times the speed of healing was so rapid that it seemed more like a
psychic healing rather than a healing using antioxidants and nutrients at the
site of damage.
In conclusion, topical methods can sometimes provide
the body with antioxidants. In
stress conditions such as heroin use, sometimes the body does not heal well.
One reason may be that the bloodstream cannot deliver the antioxidants
needed to heal the damage, due to the stress of heroin use.
Topical methods are a way to deliver antioxidants to the damaged area.
Dr. Bob often said, "good luck and may heaven's blessings be
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