When people ask me what I do for a living and I tell them I treat wounds, they usually look at me blankly for a few seconds and then say “like a gunshot wound?” While a gunshot is certainly one type of wound, many other types of wounds exist, including wounds from diabetes, burns, surgery, circulatory diseases, and pressure, commonly referred to as bedsores. Some of these wounds heal quickly and easily, while others linger and become an ongoing problem.
Chronic wounds are not only painful, they are costly. The obvious costs include direct medical costs, but the emotional toll is also a cost on the patient, the caregivers, and the health care providers.
Many successful advances have occurred in the topical treatment of wounds during the past decade. However, to build strong, new tissue, you also need right mix of nutrients. This site is dedicated to providing you with all the information you need to promote healing from the inside out.
Chives – use in dips, add to salads, top potatoes
Cilantro – use in Mexican dishes and in salsa
Dill – mix with yogurt to make a dip, use on fish
Rosemary – use in bread mixes, rub on chicken or lamb
Sage – use in stuffing
You can also purchase commercial spice blends and rubs in numerous varieties. Read the label to see the sodium content. Once you try some new ideas, you won’t miss the salt shaker at all!