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Ostoemyelitis Herbal Treatment


Dosage :- 20 drops three times per day

100ml for $58

Osteomyelitis is a bone infection usually caused by bacteria but sometimes by a fungus. Bones may become infected from three different routes firstly via the blood, secondly by direct invasion such as fractures or surgery and thirdly adjacent soft tissue infections.

Once this occurs the soft inner part (bone marrow) can swell and press against the rigid outer wall of the bone. This can further complicate the pathology by cutting the blood supply to the bone or cause abscesses in adjacent tissues.

The symptoms may or may not include fever and persistent pain and swelling in the effected area restricting movement. The mix for this condition consists of herbs to support bone health generally, the lower levels of the immune system which is involved, and the cleansing from the bones, blood and associated tissues of the toxic products of infection and inflammation.
I recommend both the bone healing mix and the blood cleansing mix seen below:
http://www.herbal-treatment.net/herbs_bone_healing.html
http://www.herbal-treatment.net/herbs_abscess_toxin_elimination.html

Blood cleansing herbal teas taken while clearing infections and abscesses are helpful as well. Rosehips tea and Dandelion tea especially.

Remember assisting bodily processes is best done gently and slowly and there are no prizes given to those who want to get the whole process over in an instant, there is only discomfort.

Please consult your Herbalist if any discomfort, related to taking the mix, persists after stopping for a few days.



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Please Note;
This information is not intended to replace medical diagnosis or treatment. Herbal descriptions are examples of combinations of herbs and should not be interpreted to mean that this combination is for this condition.
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